#Textiles #CarbonFiber #TextileCoach Introduction: Carbon fibre, also termed “CF, “ is about 5-10 micrometres in diameter and is composed of 90 % carbon atoms in its mass. This fibre is produced by the carbonization of organic fibres. CF has various advantages like Low weight, High Strength, chemical resistance, high stiffness, low thermal expansion, and high-temperature resistance. Due to the above properties, CF has various applications like Military applications, Aerospac
#Textiles #Sizing #WarpYarns Sizing: It is defined as the process of coating the yarn/warp sheets with the adhesive binder. Generally sizing is done to warp yarns to minimize the yarn breakages during the weaving process. Objectives of Sizing: To improve weavability of the warp or to overcome inherent deficiencies of the yarn to withstand the stresses and strains of weaving. This can be attained by improving primarily the abrasion resistance of the yarn. This in turn is achie
#Gate #Tf_Gate #SolvedPapers #Textiles #GatePaperswithSolutions #TextileCoach 1. During length measurement of Fibrograph 2.5% span length was found to be 25mm. it means. 2.5% of fibers clamped are 25mm in length. 2.5% of fibers clamped are longer than 25mm. 2.5% of fibers clamped are 25mm or longer. 2.5% of fibers clamped are less than 25mm. Ans: 1 2. The count of yarn is 20 Tex. It is equivalent to a yarn of 29.5 Ne. (English Count) 180 Denier. 50 Nm (Metric count) None of t
#Textiles #Winding #QA #Spinning Q: What is winding? Why winding is necessary for weaving? Ans: Winding; Winding is the process of transferring yarns from the ring, bobbin, hank, etc into a suitable package. It may be electrical or mechanical. Warp → cone, cheese, flanged bobbin. Weft → pirn, cop. Objects or necessary: To transfer yarn from one package to another suitable package, this can be conveniently used for weaving purposes. To remove yarn faults like hairiness, neps,
#Textiles #Textile #Knitting #Gate #Fabric Open Loop: The open-loop is one in which the loop forming yarns doesn’t cross at the bottom of the loop. Closed-loop: In a closed-loop, the legs of the loop cross so that the loop closing takes place. Face loop: During loop formation when the new loop emerges through the old loop from back to face side it is called a face loop or weft knit loop. Back loop: If the new loop passes from the face side to the backside of old loop it is ca
#Textiles #Textile #Handlooms #IPR #India India has made many strides in the world economy since its Independence in the year 1947. The country sets a very good example to aspiring third-world countries to take leaps in economic development. Currently, the Indian economy is the fifth-largest economy in the world. The country has also made recent strides in the field of arts and crafts. Out of the said industries, the Handloom Industry is one of the largest unorganized sectors
#Gate #Textiles #MMFT #Viscose #ViscoseRayon #Fibers #TextileApplications #Textile History and Applications of Viscose Rayon Viscose Rayon: Viscose rayon is a synthetic regenerated cellulosic fiber made of wood pulp. It is the first viable manufactured fiber. It is also known as Artificial Silk. History of Viscose Rayon: In the year 1664, an English naturalist Robert Hooke gave a theory about artificial silk filaments that can be spun from cellulose / wood pulp, which is simi
#MMFT #Textiles #Gate #ManMadeFibers #Gate2022 #TfGate Forms of Man-Made Fiber Man Made fibers are produced in 3 types: Filament Staple Tow and Filament Top Filament: These fibers are spun from spinneret of 350 holes or less which determined by the size of the yarn to be made. Mono Filament - This filament is made only with single filament. Multi Filament - This type of filaments is made of more than ne filament. Staple: Staple fiber is of limited and relatively short length.
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#Gate #tf_gate #polymer #polymerization #monomer #textiles #TextileCoach Monomer: A monomer is a molecule that forms the basic unit for a polymer. Polymer: A polymer is defined as the repeating unit of a chemical. (or) It is a substance or material consisting of very large molecules, composed of many repeating subunits (or) Polymers are high molecular weight compounds, fashioned by the aggregation of many smaller molecules called monomers. The term Polymer is a Greek word Po