Textile Study

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COURSE LAYOUT

Weeks Weekly Lecture Topics Assignments (No. & Type)*Week 1: 1. Introduction to Textiles– classification and terminology- Part 12. Introduction to Textiles– classification and terminology - Part 23. Part 1- Cotton – history, composition, types, production and physical properties4. Part 2 -Cotton –Chemical & Biological Properties and Consumer preferences (1 Objective)



Week 2: 1. Linen – history, composition, properties, production and uses2. Wool – history, composition, types, properties, production and uses3. Silk– history, composition, types, properties, production and uses4. Rayon fibre- history, composition, types, properties, production and uses (1 Objective)
Week 3: 1. Nylon fibre - history, composition, types, properties, production and uses2. Polyester- history, composition, types, properties, production and uses,
consumer preference, blends and uses3. Acrylic fibre - history, composition, types, properties, production and uses4. Identification of Textile Fibres (1 Objective)
Week 4: 1. Methods of spinning – mechanical spinning2. Methods of spinning -chemical spinning3. Yarns- Part I4. Yarns- Part II (1 Objective)
Week 5: 1. Fabric construction methods- Part 12. Fabric construction methods - Part 23. Part 1-Introduction to fabric finishes4. Part 2- Mechanical Finishes (1 Objective)Week 6: 1. Part 3 Chemical finishes2. Special purpose finishes – Part I3. Special purpose finishes – Part II4. Weaving- introduction & Basics of Loom operations
(1 Objective)Week 7: 1. Types of looms2. Jacquard looms- principle and functions3. Shuttle less looms4. Preparation for weaving -warp preparation process,
drafts and peg plans for various weaves (1 Objective)
Week 8: 1. Weaving calculations- weft consumption, loom setting – sectional and peg warping2. Fundamental weaves3. Complex weaves – introduction, colour and weave effects4. Complex weaves – leno, mock leno, bed ford cord (1 Objective)
Week 9: 1. Complex weaves – Extra warp and weft figuring and Spot designs2. Knitting – terminology, characteristics3. Warp knits – principle, characteristics of warp knits and types4. Khadi and Cottage Industries- Fiber, Yarn, weaving and dyeing (1 Objective)Week 10 : 1. Types of fabrics and their selection2. Classification of design3. Layout in design : repeat4. Introduction to computer design software CAD (1 Objective)
Week 11: 1. Introduction to dyeing and printing - principles of dyeing; related terminology; Difference between dyeing and printing2. Different types of dyes and their applicability to different fibres – Natural & Synthetic - Part A3. Different types of dyes and their applicability to different fibres – Natural & Synthetic - Part B4. Types of dyeing- fiber, yarn and fabric (1 Objective)
Week 12: 1. Natural dyes- history, sources, environmental advantages, method of moranting and dyeing2. Styles of dyeing – Resist, discharge3. Hand printing – painting, stencil, block, spray4. Machine printing – flat bed and rotary, screen, spray, flock (1 Objective)Week 13: 1. Advanced methods of printing –Digital printing2. Technical textiles and Smart Textiles3. Major Fabric Faults and Fabric Inspection4. Water – hard and soft; (1 Objective)Week 14:1. Soaps and detergents2. Bleaches- classification, application of bleaches on various fabrics, OBA additives3. Starches and softeners – types and characteristics4. Principles of laundering (1 Objective)Week 15:1. Principles of dry cleaning2. Stain removal, Preservation, storage and disinfection of clothes3. Laundering of Cellulosics, silks and woollens4. Laundering of synthetics and special type of fabrics (1 Objective)

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