TX 704 Advance Yarn Manufacturing Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV Advance Yarn Manufacturing Syllabus
Textile Engineering (TX) VIII-7th Semester Syllabus

TX 704 Advance Yarn Manufacturing Course Contents:

UNIT-I Limitations of conventional methods of spinning, summer of different new spinning process and their possibilities and limitations; Rotor spinning- Overview, objects, developments, principle and speed; Raw material requirements and preparation; Method of operation – opening unit, yarn formation, structure and aspects of rotor and its influence on yarn, yarn withdrawal and winding system, automation. Calculation related to twist, production etc. Yarn characteristics – structure and its difference wit ring spun yarn, briefidea about the end products; Production of fancy yarn/core spun yarn in rotor spinning.
UNIT-II Air Jet Spinning – Principle, raw material requirements, yarn characteristic and yarnstructure, comparison with ring spun yarn, inter-relationships in spinning technology, end use of yarn.
UNIT-III Friction spinning – Principle, raw material requirements, yarn structure and its comparison with ringspun yarn, end uses of yarn. Wrap spinning and False twist spinning – Operating principle, yarn structure.ADVANCED YARN MANUFACTURE PRACTICAL Detailed study of modern yarn manufacturing machines. Constructional details, setting and gauging, controls and change places. Calculations of speeds, production.
1. The Textile Institute-Short Staple Spinning, Series-Kleiwn. (Vol.5)
2. Spinning – P.R.Lord
3. New Spinning Systems – R.V. Mahendra Gowda (NCUTE Pub.)
4. Handbook of yarn production, Peter R. Lord, Woodhead 2003
5. Spinning in 70’s- P.R. Lord
6. Rotor Spinning-ATIRA
7. Cotton Spinning calculatious-Taggart.
8. Recent Advances in Spinning Technology – BTRA International Technical Conference
9. Yarn Production Theoretical Aspects, P Grosberg, C Iype, Woodhead 1999
List of Experiments (Please expand it):
1. Detailed study of Open End Spinning
2. Detailed study of friction spinning.
3. Detailed study of air-jet spinning
4. Detailed study of constructional details, setting and gauging, controls and change places
5. Calculations of speeds, drafts, production etc.