Papers

SPIRALITY IN COTTON KNIT FABRICS BEFORE AND AFTER COMPACTING USING SELECTED YARN COUNT AND STITCH LENGTH (Pages : 11 - 17)

M.A. SHAHID, F. AHMED, A.K.M. MAHABUBUZZAMAN, M.A. HANNAN AND A.N. KHAN

Single jerseys knitted fabrics were produced from different yarn count (26s/1, 28s/1, and 30s/1) using different stitch length (2.58mm, 2.63mm, 2.68mm, 2.70mm and 2.73mm) with positive feed device in Jiunn long knitting machine. The fabrics were dyed in light shade by a winch dyeing machine, dried with Unitech Stenter machine and compacted by Ferraro compactor using selected parameters. The results showed that spirality% were lowest for 26/1 Ne, 28/1 Ne and 30/1 Ne knitted fabrics at stitch length 4.58mm, 2.70mm & 2.73mm before compacting and at stitch length 2.68mm, 2.68mm & 2.73mm after compacting respectively.Download


Latest News

Upcoming Issue: International Journal of Sustainable Crop Production, Volume 14 Issue 1, May 2019
Upcoming Issue: International Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume 9 Issue 2, May 2019
Upcoming Issue: Journal of Innovation and Development Strategy, Volume 13 Issue 1, August 2019
Upcoming Issue: Institutional Engineering and Technology, Volume 7 Issue 1, August 2019
Upcoming Issue: Journal of Soil and Nature, Volume 10 Issue 1, November 2019
Upcoming Issue: Marine Resources and Aquaculture, Volume 4 Issue 1, November 2019

Contact Us

Green Global

+880 1712 068306


Green Global

editorATggfjournalsDOTcom rajuakhtar8ATgmailDOTcom