RGPV / RGTU B.E. TX, 4th (IV) Semester syllabus TX 405 Fabric Structure and design-I Revised syllabus Textile Engineering TX
B.E. (TX) Textile Engineering FOURTH IV SEMESTER
TX 405 Fabric Structure and design-I syllabus
Revised Syllabus and Scheme of Examination Effective from July 2007
Unit 2 Twill weave its different types and derivatives e.g., pointed, curved, broken, elongated, transposed, fancy and cork-screw, Satin and sateen weave regular and rregular.
Unit 3 Diamond, Honeycomb ordinary honeycomb and brighton honeycomb, Mockleno, Huck-aback, crepe weave, different types of bed ford cord, welt and pique.
Unit 4 Twill angle and yarn twist angle, Effect of yarn twist direction on the prominency of twill lines in the fabric, Reed and heald count systems and related calculations.
Unit 5 Color and weave effects stripes and checks.
1. Grosicki; Watsons’ Textile Design & Color.
2. Nisbet; Grammar of Textile Design.
3. Klibbe; Structural Fabric Design.
4. Murphy WS; Textile Weaving & Design.
5. Mary Humphries Fabric Glossary.
List of Experiments (Pl. expand it): FABRIC ANALYSIS PRACTICAL
Basic principles of woven fabric analysis and estimation of data for cloth production, Recognition of fabrics and yarns and material used in their construction, Weave analysis of basic fabrics (plain, Twill, Satin and their derivatives), Putting the design on graph paper and preparation of drafting and peg plan, Color and weave analysis of yarn dyed verities of fabrics, Study of sett, cover-factor, count and weight calculations for basic fabrics.
Suggested Instructional strategies
Fabrics should be shown at the time of discussion on a particular design. Experiments Analysis of the following fabrics of different varieties
a) Plain b) Twill c) Broken Twill d) Herringbone Twill
e) Satin f) Diamond.