TT3351 Syllabus - Preparatory Process For Woven Fabric Manufacture - 2021 Regulation Anna University

TT3351 Syllabus - Preparatory Process For Woven Fabric Manufacture - 2021 Regulation Anna University

TT3351

PREPARATORY PROCESS FOR WOVEN FABRIC MANUFACTURE

 LTPC

3024

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• The main objective of this course is to enable the students to understand the preparatory processes involved in the production of fabrics.

UNIT I

WINDING

13

Objects of winding; principles of cheese and cone winding machines; drum and precision winding; uniform build of yarn package; types of drums – half accelerated and fully accelerated drums; control of balloons; Classification of yarn faults and its removal; concepts in yarn clearing – mechanical, optical and electronic clearers; knotters and splicers, weft winding; study of modern automatic winders.

UNIT II

PROCESS CONTROL IN WINDING

5

Faults in wound packages, their causes and remedies; winding synthetic and blended yarns; winding for colouration; quality of knots and splices; winding performance; productivity; maintenance; quality control; material handling.


UNIT III

WARPING AND SIZING

18

Objectives of warping, material flow in beam warping and creels used in warping machines; sectional warping machines. Sizing objectives of sizing; sizing materials and recipe used for different types of fibers; size preparation equipment; sizing machines; sizing filament yarns; concept of single end sizing, combined dyeing and sizing. Control concepts in modern sizing; energy conservation in sizing; Sizing defects and production calculations.

UNIT IV

PROCESS CONTROL IN WARPING AND SIZING

5

Process control in warping (production calculation, machine and labor productivity, control of end breaks, quality and hard waste in warping); Control systems used in sizing machine

UNIT V

DRAWING- IN

4

Need for drawing-in operation; manual and automatic drawing- in, leasing, knotting and pinning machines; selection and care of reeds, healds and drop pins, control of cross ends and extra ends and calculations.

TOTAL: 75 PERIODS (45L + 30P)

COURSE OUTCOMES:: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to CO1: Explain the types of winding, yarn faults and automatic winding CO2: Elucidate winding package faults and winding performance 69 CO3: Discuss the types of warping and sizing process CO4: Describe the process control in warping and sizing CO5: Explain the manual and automatic drawing in process CO6: Analyse yarn faults and control of faults in cone / cheese finding CO7: Understand the preparatory process of fabric manufacturing by practice.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Sriramlu P.K., Ajgaonkar D.B. & Talukdar M.K., "Weaving Machines: Mechanisms, Management", Mahajan Publishers, Ahmedabad, 1998. 2. Lord P.R. and Mohammed M.H., "Weaving – Conversion of Yarn to Fabric", Merrow Publication, 1992.

REFERENCES:
1. John A. Iredale “Yarn Preparation: A Hand Book”, Textile Institute, Manchester, 1992, ISBN: 1853390429 2. Lord P. R. and Mohamed M.H., “Weaving: Conversion of Yarn to Fabric”, Merrow, 1992, ISBN: 090409538X 3. Ormerod A. and Sondhelm W. S., “Weaving: Technology and Operations”, Textile Institute, 1995, ISBN: 187081276X.

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