RGPV / RGTU TX 505 Textile Testing-I Revised syllabus Textile Engineering (TX) B.E. Tx, 5th (V) Semester syllabus
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B.E. (TX) Textile Engineering FOURTH IV SEMESTER
TX 505 Entrepreneurship and Management Concepts syllabus
Revised Syllabus and Scheme of Examination Effective from July 2007
Unit II Humidity and moisture in textile, terms and definitions, measurement of atmospheric condition, regain–humidity relation in textile, measurement of regain and principle of operation of equipments, concept of correct invoice weight and official regain, factors affecting the regain of textile material, Hydrophilic properties–terms and definitions related to swelling, man-made fibre testing like linear density, spin finish, strength, elongation, crimp.
Unit III Fibre testing– measurements of fibre length, fibre fineness and fibre strength, maturity of cotton and its measurement, measurement of trash content. latest methods of fibre testing e.g. HVI, LVI, fibro-graph, auto-span and AFIS, Nep testing of cotton, fibre quality index.
Yarn testing– measurement of yarn count by different methods, measurement of twist of single and plied yarns based on various principles, Yarn hairiness, classify faults, principle of textured and continuous filament yarn testing.
1. Booth JE; Principle of Textile Testing;
2. Grover EB and Hamby DS; Handbook of Textile Testing & Quality Control;
3. Kothari VK; Progress in Textiles Science and Tech-Vol.1, Testing & Quality Mgt;
4. BTRA; Identification & Analysis of Textile fibre;
5. Angappan P and Gopalakrishnan R; Textile Testing;
List of Experiments (Pl. expand it):
Determination of trash content of cotton fibres, fibre length, fibre strength, fibre fineness, maturity ratio and moisture content, testing of yarn for appearance, count and twist
1. Trash analysis of the cotton fibre
2. Fibre fineness testing
3. Fibre maturity testing
4. Fibre length testing by Bear sorter method
5. Measurement of the span length by fibrograph method
6. Strength of the fibre by Stelometer
7. Roving, silver Hank Count by Cut and Weight Method
8. Yarn Count measurement
9. Yarn diameter and packing factor
10. Twist of the single and double yarn measurement
11. Yarn Board Appearance Tester.
12. Yarn imperfection testing.