Effect of Moisture on Physical Properties of Fiber

Effect of moisture on physical properties

Effect of Moisture on Physical Properties of Fiber The physical properties of fiber can be affected by their moisture content. In general the fibers that absorb the greatest amount of moisture are the ones whose properties change the most. Three main types of properties are affected. They are... Dimensional Mechanical Electrical Dimensional The mass of the fibers is simply the sum of the mass of the dry fiber plus the mass of … [Read more...]

Process Flow Chart of Industrial Engineering (IE)

Industrial Engineering

Process Flow Chart of Industrial Engineering Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Apparel Manufacturing Asst. Merchandiser Opex Sinha Group, Narayongonj Email: raju.uttara72@yahoo.com   Industrial Engineering: Industrial engineering is a profession in which a knowledge of mathematical and natural sciences gained by study , experience and practice is applied with judgment to develop the ways to utilize economically the materials and other … [Read more...]

Features and Classification of Plain Weave

Plain Weave

Features and Classification of Plain Weave Mofizur Rahaman Akash B.Sc. in Textile Engineering World University of Bangladesh Cell: +88 01818766765 Email: akashcox@yahoo.com . Plain Weave: The simplest of all weaves is the plain weave. Each filling yarn passes alternately over and under one warp yarn. Each warp yarn passes alternately over and under each filling yarn. Some examples of plain-weave fabric are crepe, taffeta, organdy, … [Read more...]

Method of Costing in Textile and Apparel Industries

garment costing

Method of Costing There are different methods of costing. The systems normally followed in textile and apparel industries are historical costing, standard costing, marginal costing and activity based costing. Historical costing In this system of costing the past performance (three months, six months or even one year) is considered and cost is worked out. This system is suitable where single product is being produced. If the product … [Read more...]

GSM of Different Types of Woven Fabric

GSM

GSM of Different Types of Woven FabricMofizur Rahaman Akash B.Sc in Textile Engineering World University of Bangladesh Cell: +88 01818766765 Email: akashcox@yahoo.com   GSM GSM of woven fabric means ‘Gram per square meter’ that is the weight of fabric in gram per one square meter. By this we can compare the fabrics in unit area which is heavier and which is lighter. From the Table and Figure; we were seen that some variation of GSM … [Read more...]

Basic Qualification of a Good Merchandiser

Basic Qualification of a Good Merchandiser

Basic Qualification of a Good Merchandiser Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Apparel Manufacturing Asst. Merchandiser Opex Sinha Group, Narayongonj Email: raju.uttara72@yahoo.com       Introduction of Merchandiser A merchandiser works as a communication manager between buyer and seller. He communicates with the buyer or his representative and makes a bridge between the buyer and the seller. A merchandiser always has to be … [Read more...]

Basic Structure of Woven Fabric

Basic Structure of Woven Fabric

Basic Structure of Woven FabricMofizur Rahaman Akash B.Sc in Textile Engineering World University of Bangladesh Cell: +88 01818766765 Email: akashcox@yahoo.com   Basic Structure of Woven Fabric Woven Fabric has three basic structures Plain Weave Twill Weave Sateen / Satin Weave Plain Weave: Plain weave is the easiest and simplest of all weaves plain weave to made woven fabric is obtained by using all even numbered … [Read more...]

Responsibility of Industrial Engineering Department for Production

Industrial Engineering

Module and Responsibility of Industrial Engineering Department for ProductionAmarnath Sharma MBA, NIFT-Bangalore, India Email: sharmaamarnath1973@gmail.com   Introduction: Gone are the days when we used to do everything in production. In modern sewing structure drastically changes has been done for taking out maximum benefit from production. Through development of some extra department with very less manpower and cost company may able … [Read more...]

Determination of Reed and Pick in Woven Fabric by Counting Glass

Counting glass

Determination of Reed and Pick in Woven Fabric by Counting GlassMofizur Rahaman Akash B.Sc in Textile Engineering World University of Bangladesh Cell: +88 01818766765 Email: akashcox@yahoo.com   Counting glass: Counting glass is used to determine the reed and pick in woven fabric. Reed is actually number of ends or number of warp threads per inch and by picks we mean the number of picks or number of weft threads per inch. Working … [Read more...]

Analysis of Woven Fabric (Stripe Effect)

Analysis of woven fabric

Woven Fabric: Woven fabric structure is formed by interlacing of warp and weft yarn to one to another. Woven structure is classified as simple structure and compound structure. It is produced on a loom, and made of many threads woven on a warp and a weft. Object: To know the fabric specification. To know the raw material of fabric. To produce exactly the similar fabric. Sample: A piece of plain woven … [Read more...]