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  • Weaving technology for manufacturing high performance ...

    2008-1-1 · In air jet weaving system, the weft yarn is inserted into the warp shed by a blast of compressed air coming out of a nozzle. Normally the air velocity in tandem and main nozzles exceeds sonic velocity and provides high initial acceleration. Subsequently as the air expands freely, relay nozzles are used to maintain high air velocity across the shed.

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  • Smart Textiles and Wearable Technology Innovation With ...

    2019-1-1 · Smart Textiles. Smart materials (SM) encompass a range of advanced hard and soft materials, including flexible fibrous textiles that can sense the environment and react in a prescribed way. Smart textiles (STs) are a subset of the SM categories. STs imbue fibers, yarns, and fabrics with intelligent functionality.

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  • Wearable technologies enable high-performance textile ...

    2021-5-1 · Flexible and wearable energy storage devices are expected to provide power support for the burgeoning smart and portable electronics. In particular, textile substrate and wearable technology derived supercapacitors (TWSCs) bear the inherent merits of high flexibility, stretchability, washability and compatibility over the non-textile devices, therefore, attract the …

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  • Napper - DYEING AND FINISHING

    fabric tensioning by means of a pneumatic system of our own design. contact arc variable by means of a motorized system. possibility of using a conventional and/or a diamond (long life) abrasive. automatic seam passage. static eliminator. fabric cleaning by means of a beating/brushing process with a suction nozzle. dust suction and collection ...

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  • (PDF) [2000] Handbook of Weaving

    Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers.

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  • (PDF) Supersonic Jet Texturing of Yarns, 76th Thomas ...

    machines, air-jet spinning, fluid-jet weaving, weft knit- ting, multi-filament mingling (interlacing), yarn splicing, fabric dyeing and finishing machines, and the air-jet tex-

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  • Nanomaterials

    One-dimensional metal nanowires, with novel functionalities like electrical conductivity, optical transparency and high mechanical stiffness, have attracted widespread interest for use in applications such as transparent electrodes in optoelectronic devices and active components in nanoelectronics and nanophotonics. In particular, silver nanowires (AgNWs) have been widely …

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  • Multi-component yarn and method of making the same ...

    2000-5-11 · In 'air interlacing' and the term is used herein, adjacent strands of a cut resistant yarn and a non-cut resistant yarn and/or fiberglass, at least one strand being a multifilament strand, are passed with minimal, i.e., less than 10% overfeed, through an entanglement zone in which a jet of air is intermittently directed across the zone ...

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  • Effects of Various Enzymes on Denim ... - Textile Learner

    2021-4-19 · AIR-JET WEAVING: Air-jet weaving is a type of weaving in which the filling yarn is inserted into the warp shed with compressed air. Air-jet system utilizes a multiple nozzle system and a profiled reed. Yarn is drawn from a filing supply package by the filing feeder and each pick is measured for the filling insertion by means of a stopper.

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  • D&D 5e – Questionable Arcana – Crafting: Weaver’s Tools ...

    2019-1-5 · To form (cloth) by interlacing strands (as of yarn); specifically : to make (cloth) on a loom by interlacing warp and filling threads. To interlace (threads) into cloth. To make (something, such as a basket) by intertwining. Spin 2 — used of spiders and insects. To interlace especially to form a texture, fabric, or design

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  • ATME-I 2000 Exhibitor Overview

    2000-12-1 · ATME-I 2000 Exhibitor Overview. December 1, 2000. Exhibitors offer new products, services at textile show. Following is a look at some. of the companies that exhibited at the American Textile Machinery Exhibition-International 2000. (ATME-I). Obviously, space does not allow a comprehensive review of every display.

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  • A Wearable All-Solid Photovoltaic Textile

    In 2015, Zhang et al. demonstrated a PV woven fabric by interlacing all-solid-state co-axial DSSC working electrodes (weft yarns) with metal coated polymer counter electrode (warp yarns) [152 ...

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  • Silver Nanowire Synthesis and Strategies for Fabricating ...

    2021-3-10 · Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. One-dimensional metal nanowires, with novel functionalities like electrical conductivity, optical transparency and high mechanical stiffness, have attracted widespread interest for use in applications such as transparent electrodes in optoelectronic devices and active components in nanoelectronics and nanophotonics.

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    V. KOTHARI, Professor Emeritus | Cited by 1,640 | of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi (IIT Delhi) | Read 162 publications | Contact V. KOTHARI

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  • PROLIFERATED THREAD COUNT OF A WOVEN TEXTILE BY ...

    In one or more embodiments, multiple texturized polyester weft yarns of denier between 15 and 50 are wound on a single bobbin in a parallel adjacent fashion such that they may be fed into an air jet pick insertion apparatus of an air jet loom to weave a textile that has between 90 to 235 ends per inch cotton warp yarns and between 100 and 765 ...

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  • Shuttle less weaving - SlideShare

    2017-4-28 · Shuttle less weaving. 1. 1.Drawbacks of a conventional shuttle loom conventional looms, a shuttle housing a pirn of weft yarn is propelled to-and-fro across warp shed by either an overpick or an underpick uttle propulsion …

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  • Dictionary - TEXINLIFE

    2020-11-11 · In woven fabric, it is the distance from selvage to selvage, and in flat-knit fabric, the distance from edge to edge. WILLIAMS UNIT: A wet-processing unit for open-width processing of fabric. The fabric passes up and down over rollers in the liquor. The unit is widely used for dyeing, washing, pretreating, and aftertreating.

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  • Handbook of Weaving - SILO.PUB

    Weaving is the interlacing of warp and filling yarns perpendicular to each other. There are practically an endless number of ways of interlacing warp and filling yarns. Each different way results in a different fabric structure. Braiding is probably the simplest way of fabric formation. A braided fabric is formed by diagonal interlacing of yarns.

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  • Patents in Class 57/6

    Composite yarn, intermediate fabric product and method of producing a metallic fabric A method for forming a metallic fabric includes forming a composite yarn having a metallic wire core, and a cover yarn including a fluid-soluble strand such as co-nylon or polylactic acid. The... 17 : 6945026

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  • Textile Classroom: 2012

    2012-10-1 · Interlacing float over 4 or more yarns before a single interlacing (4/1, 7/1 or 11/1) float in warp direction (satin), floats in filling direction (sateen) Warp-faced fabric have vertical floats while filling-faced fabrics have horizontal floats Shiny surface on float side if structured with smooth, shiny yarns Flat, lustrous, smooth surface

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  • Wearable technologies enable high-performance textile ...

    2021-5-1 · Flexible and wearable energy storage devices are expected to provide power support for the burgeoning smart and portable electronics. In particular, textile substrate and wearable technology derived supercapacitors (TWSCs) bear the inherent merits of high flexibility, stretchability, washability and compatibility over the non-textile devices, therefore, attract the …

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  • Napper - DYEING AND FINISHING

    fabric tensioning by means of a pneumatic system of our own design. contact arc variable by means of a motorized system. possibility of using a conventional and/or a diamond (long life) abrasive. automatic seam passage. static eliminator. fabric cleaning by means of a beating/brushing process with a suction nozzle. dust suction and collection ...

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  • Apparel-Merchandising: Complete Textile Glossery (W to X)

    2021-7-7 · Costing Format, Cotton, Spinning, Yarn, Knitting, Fabric, Cutting, Printing, Embroidery, Sewing, Washing, Finishing, Iron, Packing, Carton, Cost sheet

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  • Proliferated thread count of a woven textile by ...

    For example, while the loom apparatus may be traditionally configured to produce a textile with a plain wave (e.g., having a woven fabric interlacing diagram 600 of alternating weft under warp 602 and weft over warp 604 in both the weft direction 606 and the warp direction 608, similar to chess board), the result will be a the 1 by 2 “pseudo ...

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  • Needlepunched Nonwovens

    2008-12-11 · fibers into a fabric. The estimated global share of needlepunched nonwovens is 30 percent. Needlepunching is a very traditional method of forming nonwovens and is especially suitable in. terms of flexibility, quality and product diversity. Bonding using needling requires no water and consumes little energy. It is a

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  • PROLIFERATED THREAD COUNT OF A WOVEN TEXTILE BY ...

    In one or more embodiments, multiple texturized polyester weft yarns of denier between 15 and 50 are wound on a single bobbin in a parallel adjacent fashion such that they may be fed into an air jet pick insertion apparatus of an air jet loom to weave a textile that has between 90 to 235 ends per inch cotton warp yarns and between 100 and 765 ...

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  • Weaving technology for manufacturing high performance ...

    2008-1-1 · In air jet weaving system, the weft yarn is inserted into the warp shed by a blast of compressed air coming out of a nozzle. Normally the air velocity in tandem and main nozzles exceeds sonic velocity and provides high initial acceleration. Subsequently as the air expands freely, relay nozzles are used to maintain high air velocity across the shed.

    Get Price
  • Smart Textiles and Wearable Technology Innovation With ...

    2019-1-1 · Smart Textiles. Smart materials (SM) encompass a range of advanced hard and soft materials, including flexible fibrous textiles that can sense the environment and react in a prescribed way. Smart textiles (STs) are a subset of the SM categories. STs imbue fibers, yarns, and fabrics with intelligent functionality.

    Get Price
  • Wearable technologies enable high-performance textile ...

    2021-5-1 · Flexible and wearable energy storage devices are expected to provide power support for the burgeoning smart and portable electronics. In particular, textile substrate and wearable technology derived supercapacitors (TWSCs) bear the inherent merits of high flexibility, stretchability, washability and compatibility over the non-textile devices, therefore, attract the …

    Get Price
  • Napper - DYEING AND FINISHING

    fabric tensioning by means of a pneumatic system of our own design. contact arc variable by means of a motorized system. possibility of using a conventional and/or a diamond (long life) abrasive. automatic seam passage. static eliminator. fabric cleaning by means of a beating/brushing process with a suction nozzle. dust suction and collection ...

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  • (PDF) [2000] Handbook of Weaving

    Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Supersonic Jet Texturing of Yarns, 76th Thomas ...

    machines, air-jet spinning, fluid-jet weaving, weft knit- ting, multi-filament mingling (interlacing), yarn splicing, fabric dyeing and finishing machines, and the air-jet tex-

    Get Price
  • Nanomaterials

    One-dimensional metal nanowires, with novel functionalities like electrical conductivity, optical transparency and high mechanical stiffness, have attracted widespread interest for use in applications such as transparent electrodes in optoelectronic devices and active components in nanoelectronics and nanophotonics. In particular, silver nanowires (AgNWs) have been widely …

    Get Price
  • Multi-component yarn and method of making the same ...

    2000-5-11 · In 'air interlacing' and the term is used herein, adjacent strands of a cut resistant yarn and a non-cut resistant yarn and/or fiberglass, at least one strand being a multifilament strand, are passed with minimal, i.e., less than 10% overfeed, through an entanglement zone in which a jet of air is intermittently directed across the zone ...

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  • Effects of Various Enzymes on Denim ... - Textile Learner

    2021-4-19 · AIR-JET WEAVING: Air-jet weaving is a type of weaving in which the filling yarn is inserted into the warp shed with compressed air. Air-jet system utilizes a multiple nozzle system and a profiled reed. Yarn is drawn from a filing supply package by the filing feeder and each pick is measured for the filling insertion by means of a stopper.

    Get Price
  • D&D 5e – Questionable Arcana – Crafting: Weaver’s Tools ...

    2019-1-5 · To form (cloth) by interlacing strands (as of yarn); specifically : to make (cloth) on a loom by interlacing warp and filling threads. To interlace (threads) into cloth. To make (something, such as a basket) by intertwining. Spin 2 — used of spiders and insects. To interlace especially to form a texture, fabric, or design

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