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Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp — Google Scholar. Part 1 Natural fibres: An introduction to cellulosic fibres; The structure of cotton and other plant fibres; An introduction to protein fibres; The structure and properties of wool and hair fibres; The structure of silk. Part 2 Regenerated natural fibres: The structure of man-made cellulosic fibres; Regenerated protein fibres: A review; The structure of alginate, chitin and chitosan fibres. Part 3 Manufactured non-polymer fibres: The structure and properties of glass fibres; The structure of carbon fibres; Processing, structure and properties of ceramic fibres; Structure and properties of asbestos; Thermally and chemically resistant textile fibres: Structure and properties; Structure, properties and characteristics of optical fibres; Production and applications of hollow fibers.

Introductory chapters provide the basic principles of fatigue and descriptions of the main types of fatigue in textile fibres, such as tensile and flex fatigue. The remainder of the book concentrates on the factors that affect fatigue life; topics include the effect of structure and property on fatigue and environmental aspects of fatigue. An authoritative review, suitable for textile technologists, fibre scientists, textile engineers and those in academia.

Part 1 Principles and types of fatigue in textile fibres: Basic principles of fatigue; Tensile fatigue of textile fibres; Flex fatigue of textile fibres; Torsional fatigue failure in fibres; Biaxial rotation fatigue in textile fibres. Part 2 Factors affecting fatigue life and fatigue case studies: Effect of structure-property relationships on fatigue failure in natural fibres; Effect of textile processing on fatigue; Environmental aspects of fatigue; Fatigue of polymer-matrix textile composite materials; Fatigue damage in structural textile composites: Testing and modelling strategies.

Introduction to fibre structure; Testing and sampling; Fibre fineness and transverse dimensions; Fibre length; Fibre density; Thermal properties; Equilibrium absorption of water; Heats of sorption; Rate of absorption of moisture; The retention of liquid water; Swelling; Theories of moisture sorption; Tensile properties; The effects of variability; Elastic recovery; Rheology; Directional effects; Thermomechanical responses; Fibre breakage and fatigue; Theories of mechanical properties; Dielectric properties; Electrical resistance; Static electricity; Optical properties; Fibre friction.

Part 1 Understanding friction in textiles: Textile fiber morphology, structure and properties in relation to friction; Fundamental concepts of friction and lubrication affecting textile fibers; Friction behaviour of fibrous materials used in textiles; Stick-slip phenomena in textiles; Experimental methods for analyzing friction in textiles. Part 2 Friction in particular textile fibers and processes: Friction and surface characteristics of cotton fibers; Friction, felting and shrink-proofing of wool; Friction and surface characteristics of synthetic fibers; The role of fiber friction in staple fiber processing; Friction in woven fabrics; Finishes and treatments to control friction in textile fibers; Boundary lubrication phenomena in coated textile surfaces.

Part 1 Textile structure and moisture transport: Characterising the structure and geometry of fibrous materials; Understanding the three-dimensional structure of fibrous materials using stereology; Essentials of psychrometry and capillary hydrostatics; Surface tension, wetting and wicking in textiles; Wetting phenomena in textile fibres; Interactions between liquid and fibrous materials.

Part 2 Heat-moisture interactions in textile materials: Thermal conduction and moisture diffusion in fibrous materials; Convection and ventilation in fabric layers; Multiphase flow through porous media; The cellular automata lattice gas approach for fluid flows in porous media; Phase change in fabrics; Heat-moisture interactions and phase change in fibrous materials. Part 1 Textile fiber structure and characteristics: Introduction to textile fiber identification; Ways of identifying textile fibers and materials; Natural animal textile fibers: Structure, characteristics and identification; Synthetic textile fibers: Structure, characteristics and identification; High performance fibers: Structure, characteristics and identification; The use of classification systems and production methods in identifying manufactured textile fibers.

Part 2 Methods of fiber identification: Optical microscopy for textile fiber identification; The use of spectroscopy for FP textile fiber identification; Microspectrophotometry for textile fiber colour measurement; Alternative and specialised textile fiber identification tests; Analysis of dyes using chromatography; DNA analysis in the identification of animal fibers in textiles. Part 3 Applications: Identifying plant fibers in textiles: The case of cotton; The forensic identification of textile fibers; Identifying and analysing of textile damage in the textile industry; The role of fibre identification in textile conservation.

Characterization and measurement of textile fabric properties; Structure and mechanics of woven fabrics; Structure and mechanics of knitted fabrics; Structure and mechanics of nonwovens; Structure and mechanics of 2D and 3D textile composites; Structure and mechanics of yarns; Structure and mechanics of coated textile fabrics.


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Introduction to fabric testing; Sampling and statistical analysis in textile testing; Fabric composition testing; Physical and mechanical testing textiles; Fabric chemical testing; Fabric appearance testing; Fabric permeability testing; Testing for fabric comfort; Dyeing and colouring tests for fabrics; Testing intelligent textiles; Key issues in testing damaged textile samples; Flammability testing of fabrics. Fiber and yarn identifications; Chemical analysis of feather and down textile materials; Chemical analysis of leather; Analysis of common chemicals used in textile wet processes; Analysis of chemicals used in fiber finishing; Chemical analysis of fabric finishes and performance related tests; Chemical analysis of textile coating; Chemical assessment of damage to fibers and fabrics; Water and wastewater analysis; Chemical analysis of dyes and pigments.

Textiles and moisture; Fibre dimensions; Yarn tests; Strength and elongation tests; Dimensional stability; Serviceability; Comfort; Colour fastness testing; Objective evaluation of fabric handle; Quality. This book reviews recent developments in the range of filament yarn spinning techniques. Part one looks at general issues such as the range of synthetic polymer fibres and their processing requirements, fibre behaviour during spinning and the range of spinning techniques. Part two reviews individual spinning techniques including melt spinning, gel spinning, electrospinning, wet and dry spinning, as well as specialist techniques such as bi-component spinning.


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Tensile failures; Fatigue; Other fibre studies; Textile processing and testing; Case studies — clothing and domestic uses; Case studies — industrial uses; Fibre archaeology and textile conservation; Forensic studies; Textile damage in forensic investigations; Medical applications. Part 1 General issues: Synthetic polymer fibers and their processing requirements; Understanding the behaviour of synthetic polymer fibers during spinning; Technologies for the manufacture of synthetic polymer fibers.

Part 2 Spinning techniques: Melt spinning of synthetic polymer fibers; Gel spinning of synthetic polymer fibers; Bi-component and bi-constituent spinning of synthetic polymer fibers; Electrospinning of polymer-based nanocomposite fibers; Integrated composite spinning ICS of composite yarns; Dry spinning of synthetic polymer fibers; Wet spinning of synthetic polymer fibers.

Objective measurement technology of woven fabrics; Fabric structural properties; The tensile properties of woven fabrics; The bending properties of woven fabrics; The shear properties of woven fabrics; Fabric complex deformation analysis and simulation; Properties of fabrics with seams; Modelling drape deformation of woven fabrics and garments - theory; Modelling drape deformation of woven fabrics and garments - computation and simulation.

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Pilling Textile Progress: Volume No. The development of textured yarns; Basic principles of false twist texturing; Yarn texturing machine design; Yarn twist application methods; Process performance issues in yarn texturing; Newer yarn texturing machine designs; Air jet mingling in yarn texturing; Optimisation of process parameters in yarn texturing; Draw textured yarn variants and speciality yarns; Process control and quality assurance in yarn texturing; Process costs in yarn texturing operations; End uses for draw textured yarns; The future of false twist texturing.

This book provides an introduction to quality management in spinning operations. Chapters discuss the impact of yarn parameters on spinning and the causes of quality and other problems related to spinning. This book thoroughly describes fundamentals of yarn laying on a package.

It also describes mathematical equations related to various modes of winding, including random, precision and step precision winding, and focuses on fundamental aspects to be taken into consideration for building a winding package according to its end use applications.

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