MTech Textile Technology 2nd Semester Syllabus

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Subject code : 14JTT251

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

The objective of this study is to enhance the knowledge of students in modern aspects of fabric engineering. This will help to improve their knowledge on designing of new fabrics and garments.

The result is that students will be able to design and develop new fabrics for various applications.
Engineering concepts: Textile properties and textile structure – engineering concepts and approach to textile Structure – classification of multidirectional textile structure – laminar and orthogonal. Classification and standardization of fabrics. 10 Hrs.
Geometry of fabric structure: Pierce’s basis and modified models – Painter –Adom’s and Love’s technique descriptive and mechanistic models. Kemp and Hamalton: Twin arc, Olofson – Snowdens and other models. 10 Hrs.
Tensile deformations: Tensile deformation – heaps solution – pierces solution – geometrical solutions during extension of cloth – load extensional modules – tear – various Models. 10 Hrs.
Other deformations: Bending and tensional deformations – buckling, shear and drape of fabrics – theory various Models – behavior. 10 Hrs.
Knit structures: Geometry of knitted fabrics – weft and warp knits – various models – applications. Mechanics of knitted fabrics – theory – behavior. 10 Hrs.

1. “Structural mechanics of fibres, yarns and fabrics” Vol.I – J. W. S. Hearle, P. Grosberg, Stanley Backer, Wiley Intersci. New York.
2. “Textile fibres, yarns and fabrics- a comparative survey of their behavior with special reference to wool” – E R Kaswell, Pub. Reinhold, 1953
3. “Textile Mathematics” – Vol I, II, III – J. E. Booth, Textile Institute
4. “Woven Cloth Construction” – A.T.C. Robinson & R. Marks, Textile Institute

Subject code : 14JTT252

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

The main objective of this course is to prepare the students to understand the basic principles of HR management as the knowledge of HR management is extremely important in textile and garment industries.
The students will be able to analyze recruitment procedures, incentive schemes and wage/salary administration procedures.
Introduction to human resource management with reference to objectives and policies. 10 Hrs
Importance of job analysis and job specification. Different types of job evaluation. programmes. Grievance Handling – procedure for grievance handling. 10 Hrs
Methods of recruitment and selection. Promotion, Demotion, transfer policies. Industrial disputes procedure for settlement of disputes. 10 Hrs
Welfare measures, bonus facilities, Wage and salary administration and incentive Schemes. 10 Hrs
Motivation and Morale. Labour Management relations. 10 Hrs
Objectives and functions of trade unions. Factories act and their importance Factories Act. 10 Hrs

1. “Human Resource Management – P Subba Rao, Himalaya Publishing, New Delhi
2. “Human Resource Management” – Gary Dessler and Biju Varkkey, Prentice Hall
3. “Personnel Management” – Edwin B. Flippo, McGraw-Hill, 1986
4. “Personnel Management” – Subratha Ghosh
5. “Management of Personnel in Indian Enterprises” -N.N. Chatterjee, Allied Book Agency, 1978
6. “Personnel Management” – Derek Torrington, Laura Hall, Prentice-Hall, 1987

Subject code : 14JTT253

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

This course work aims at imparting knowledge to the students in following fields of advanced manufactured fiber technology.
1. Physics and mechanics of fluid flow in MMF spinning.
2. High speed melt spinning, mechanism of dry and wet spinning.
3. Recent advances in MMF spinning.
4. Studies on new millennium fibers Viz-ultra fine fibers, high touch fibers, Nano fibers , ultra performance fibers etc.,
5. Application of fibers in various fields like bio-technology, sports, electronics, bio-mimicking, ocean etc.,

This course work prepares the students to work in most modern man-made fiber manufacturing plants in India and abroad, Subject also
prepares and motivates to students to take up the research work in the field of advanced manufactured fibers, technical and smart textiles.
Structural principles of fibre forming polymers. Rheology and hydrodynamics in MMF spinning. Development of fibre structure during manmade fibre spinning. Study of various variables in melt spinning and effect of various parameters on linear density of fibres. 10 Hrs.
High speed melt spinning: One step (SP) and two step spinning (TSP) process. Study of fluid flow in spin line. Modifications to be done in spinning, mechanism for high speed melt spinning. Recent developments in dry and wet technology. Study of various types of spinnerettes,
orifices used for MMF spinning. Mechanism of crystallization during MMF spinning. 10 Hrs.
Melt spinning of Hollow, Multicomponent, Ultra-fine and Nano fibres. Spin finish application: Composition of spin finish, various methods of spin finish application, spin finish for staple fibre production. 10 Hrs
Detailed study of mechanism of heat setting of synthetic fibres. Study of property changes in synthetic fibres during heat setting. Study of various physical and chemical methods of modifications of PET, NYLON & Acrylic fibers. 10 Hrs.
New fibres: Introduction to various high performance fibres, Kevlar-LCP behaviour, dry jet spinning of Kevlar fibres, Carbon fibres, raw materials, chemistry of production, surface treatments. Recent trends in production of high performance fibres like Boron, Silicon, Glass, PBT, PBZO, PBZT and aromatic polyesters. High tech fibres, biomimetric chemistry and fibres, biotechnology and fibres, electronics and fibres, fibres in sports, fibres in ocean. 10 Hrs.

1. “High Speed Fibre Spinning”- Andrzej Ziabicki, Hiromichi Kawai, Krieger Publishing Company, 1991
2. “Fundaments of fibre formation” – Andrzej Ziabicki, Wiley, 1976
3. “Manmade fibres: Science and Technology”, Vol. I, II and III – HF Mark, SM Atlas and E Cernia, Interscience Publishers, NY
4. “Manufactured Fibre Technology” – V. B. Gupta and V K Kothari, Chapman and Hall, London, 1997.
5. “New Fibres” – T. Hongu and G O Phillips, Ellis Horwood, New York 1990.
6. “Carbon Fibres” Third Edition – Donnet J. B, and others, Marcel Dekker, New York 1990.
7. “Spinning of Man Made fibres and blends on cotton systems” – K R Salhotra, The Textile Association, India 2004.

Subject code : 14JTT254

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

1. Identification of defects is first priority of industry.
2. Remedial measures and corrective action should be taken.

Students can satisfactorily work in quality control dept.
Lap formation and control of lap uniformity. Irregularities of carded, drawn and combed Silver- their control. Irregularities of roving and yarnstheir control. 10 Hrs.
Influence of different materials and their blends on irregularity. Index of blend irregularity and its influence on the quality of end product.
10 Hrs.
Influence of ambient conditions on the irregularity of material at various stages of processing restricted to spinning of cotton and its blends.
10 Hrs.
Irregularities of yarns produced on ring, rotor, friction and air jet spun systems. 10 Hrs.
Instruments used for measurement of irregularity – analysis and interpretation of data and graphs remedial measures. 10 Hrs.

1. “Textile yarns”, B.C. Goswamy, J.C. Martindale-Willey Interscience.
2. “Manual of cotton spinning”, Vol IV. Part -1-Foster Textile Inst.
3. “An Introduction to the Study of Spinning”-W E Morton, Lightning Source Incorporated, 2008
4. “Roller Drafting” – Nogeera

Subject code : 14JTT22

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

This course aims at preparing students towards environmental aspects of textile and garment industries. They have to understand various environmental issues concerned to control pollution and know environmental laws.
Students can help analyze the environmental related issues of garment and textile industries, governmental policies and make decisions on eco aspects of industries.
Water: Source of water and their characteristics- surface water, ground water, rain water etc. Constituents of water and their effects on textile wet processing. Colour, turbidity, suspended solids, dissolved solids, PH value, acidity, alkalinity, hardness, iron and manganese, copper, chlorine organic growth. 10 Hrs.
Quality requirements: Quality requirements of water for silk reeling and textile processing. Conservation and reuse of water. Processing chemistry – fibres, chemicals, type of chemical processing. 10 Hrs.
Textiles effluent: Introduction to textiles effluent, characteristics of textiles processing, dye manufacture and synthetic fibres formation industries, Reduction and pollution control at mill state Methods and techniques used for effluent treatmens. 10 Hrs.
Standard regulations for effluents: Effluent testing parameters- colour and physical appearance, odour, temperature, PH value total suspended solids, total dissolved solids, BOD, COD. 10 Hrs.
Environmental management: Objectives, environmental impact assessment (EIA), elements of EIA process. Important environmental laws.
Environmental pollution control norms. Bio-technology and its application in environmental industries. Plasma treatments. 10 Hrs.

1. “Textile Effluents” – Padma Vankar, NCUTE Publications, IIT, Delhi.
2. “Eco friendly processing” – NCUTE Publications.
3. “Environmental problems in chemical processing of textiles” – NCUTE Publications.
4. “Waste water-An introduction to environmental pollution”, Dr. B.K. Sharma, Krishna Prakashan, Media (P) Ltd., Meerut.
5. “Water pollution” – V.P. Kudesia, Pragathi Prakashan, Meerut.

Subject code : 14JTT23

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

This course work aims at imparting knowledge to the students at post graduate level in the following field of advanced methods of production of silk and their application in the diversified fields.
· Present scenario of Indian Silk industry, the quality and production aspects, silk production in other countries.
· Development in various stages of production of silk and spun silk.
· Structural aspects of silk such as composition, micro structure, crystalline structure, etc.,
· Recent development in silk dyeing and preparatory process.
· Modern technology and methods in silk finishing and eco-friendly finishes.
· Developments in processing and application of silk for non apparel purposes. Such as bio-medical application,

Out Come:
The subject will enhances the knowledge of student of new methods, new techniques of production of silk and their diversified applications.
It will enable the student to learn the structure details and relationship between structure and properties of silk. Also the subject will help the student to acquire knowledge about new techniques and methods of dyeing and finishing of silk, eco friendly and economical aspects of dyeing and finishing of silk.
Structure and Properties: Silk Composition of silk, amino acid composition, moisture regain, micro structure of silk, chained structure of silk,
crystalline structure of silk, optical proportion of silk. Mechanical and thermal properties of silk: Tensile properties, stress-strain characteristics of silk, Visco-elastic behavior of silk, creep and stress relaxation inverse stress relaxation. Dynamic mechanical behavior, thermal behavior.
10 Hrs.
Indian Silk Industry and Process: Production of silk, quality of silk, problems and prospects. Present Scenario of Indian Silk Industry
Production of silk produced by the other countries across the world and quality of silk produced by their Modern approach to silk cocoon
production and cocoon characteristics evaluation. Recent developments in cocoon, stifling, sorting, grading, cooking and reeling. Technological
developments in reeling machines and methods to increase the production of raw silk. 10 Hrs.
Production of Spun Silk: Conversion and modern approach, prospects and application, Production of Indian cottage silk and its suitability for producing traditional silk fabric with intricate designs. Production of soft silk, creep, georgette, chiffon etc. Production of damasks and brocades and silk furnishing cloth. 10 Hrs.
Dyeing and Finishing: Types of dye used, factors affecting dyeing behavior of silk, preparation silk for dyeing. Recent develop in degumming, bleaching, dyeing, Dyeing of silk with reactive, direct and natural dyes. Finishing of silk fabrics: Types and methods modern technologies
involved to impart wrinkle resistant finish, stair repellant, anti – microbial finish and other specialty finishes applicable to silk and its blends.
Developments in machineries, chemicals and auxiliaries used for silk dyeing and finishing. 10 Hrs
Developments: Processing of silk fibroin, filaments, hydrogels production of 3D sponges, membranes of silk, non wovens, fluorescent silks, biomedical application of silk sutures and would heeling, tissue Engineering, drug delivery. Silk fibre reinforced composites. Spider silk and their applications: Types of spider silk, chemical compositions, general properties, tensile properties and application of spider silk. 10 Hrs.

1. “Silk – Processing, Properties and Applications – K. Murugesh Babu, Woodhead Publications Limited. 2013.
2. “FAO Manual on silk”.
3. “Silk man companion” – Central Silk Board, Bangalore
4. “Silk wet processing” – Dr. M. L. Gulrajani, IIT Publication.
5. “Silk Dyeing” – Dr. V. A. Shenai, Sewak Publications.
6. “Silk Dyeing, Printing and Finishing” – G H Hurst, Summer Press Publications
7. “The Technology of Clothing Manufacture” – Harold Carr and Barbara Latham, Wiley, 1994
8. “Watsons Advanced Textile Design” – Z Grosicki
9. “Grammar of Textile Design” – H Nisbet

Subject code : 14JTT21

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

This subject is required to understand all testing details.
1. Fiber parameters are required to find spinning consistency index.
2. Yarn parameters are required to decide its application for knitting or weaving.
3. Fabric properties are required depending on the end use application.

Students who have studied the subject can confidently work in QC dept. and research institutions.
Advance Fibre and Yarn Testing Instruments: Study of High Volume Instrument (HVI). Advanced Fiber information system (AFIS).
Comparison of AFIS with HVI System, Yarn Hairiness and its measurement. Uster spectrograph and its analysis. Properties desired in export yarns. 10 Hrs.
Advance Fabric Testing Instruments: Objective evaluation of fabric handle by KAWABATA Evaluation system, Fabric Assurance by Simple
Testing and fabric extractions force technique. The influence of chemical and mechanical finishes on fabric handle. 10 Hrs.
Inspection: Introduction, raw material inspection, In-process Inspection – spreading, cutting, sewing and pressing. Final inspection. 10 Hrs
Apparel Testing: Soil/Stain release testing, snagging, bonded and laminated apparel fabric, testing of fusible interlinings, buttons, zippers and sewing threads. Care labeling of apparel and textiles: American, International, British, Canadian and Japanese systems. 10 Hrs.
Quality Control Program: Planning for the quality control program, inspection and analysis of data. Tools of quality control. ISO 9000 series standards. Total quality management. 10 Hrs.

1. “Principles of Textiles Testing” – J.E. Booth.
2. “Hand book of textile testing and quality control” – B. Glover, D.S. Hamby, Wiley Eastern. Ltd.,
3. “The measurement of Appearance” – Richard S. Hunter and Richard W. Harold, Wiley Interscience.
4. “An introduction to quality control for the apparel industry” – Pradip. V. Mehta.
5. “International Apparel Quality Manuals” – KES- F and FAST manuals.
6. “Progress in Textile Science and Technology” – Vol-1, Ed. V.K. Kothari, IAFL, India, 2000.

Subject code : 14JTT24

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : — No. of Tutorial : 02 Hours/ Week
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 50 Exam Marks : 100

This course work is more useful for the students to know about the recent development in weaving sector. Many manufactures are modernizing the weaving sectors so that the knowledge about the recent development in weaving machineries is useful for the study.
1. Students can acquaint the knowledge about the modern weaving machine like Projectile, Rapier, Air jet, Water jet & multiphase concept.
2. It can update the knowledge about selvedges, quality norms required, applicability etc.,
3. Students can study, geometry, style, speed, WIR applications etc.,

Students with this knowledge can work in the modern weaving industries, garment manufacturing units with a thorough knowledge of fabric properties, manufacturing methods, machinery knowledge.
Pre requisites: Pre requisites for successful installation of shuttle less looms, yarn quality norms for unconventional weaving, preparatory process to unconventional weaving. 10 Hrs
Weft insertion methods: Weft insertion by projectile, rapier, air jet, water jet, weft insertion stages of different weaving machines.
Weft insertion by other methods by multi-phase weaving. Study of unconventional selvedges, accumulators, shed geometry, weft consumption, weft unwinding tension. 10 Hrs.
Controls: Productivity- its measurement and control. Material handling equipment and importance. 10 Hrs.
Management: Management of loom shed, maintenance. 10 Hrs
Developments: Modern development in weaving machines projectile, rapier, air jet, water jet, QSC wider width machine. Techno economics of unconventional weaving machines. 10 Hrs.

1. “Principles of Weaving” – R Marks and A T C Robinson &, Textiles Institute, Manchester, 1976
2. “Modern Preparation and Weaving Machinery” – A Ormerod – Butterworth, (Publishers) Limited, 1983
3. “Shuttle-less Weaving Machines” – Oldrich Talavasek & Vladimir Svaty – Elsevier Science, Oxford, 1981.
4. “Handbook of Weaving” – Sabit Adanur

Subject code : 14JTT26

IA Marks : 25
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : — Exam Hours : 03
No. of Practical Hours / Week : 03 No. of Tutorial : —
Total No. of Lecture Hours : 14 Exam Marks : 50

The main objective is to understand the application of theoretical knowledge.
The students will be able to tackle problem both in industry and business.
Analysis of HVI, AFIS, KESF and FAST result sheets. Analysis of Uster spectrograph. Comparison of specification and test methods of different standard institutions. Collection of inspection reports from industry and its analysis.
Kinematic analysis of various loom motions. Energy conservation study of different kinds of looms. Design of Product and its production planning. Collection of online monitoring systems of weave room.

Subject code : 14JTT27

IA Marks : 25
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : — Exam Hours : —
No. of Practical Hours / Week : 03 No. of Tutorial : —
Total No. of Lecture Hours : — Exam Marks : —

The main objective of this course is to prepare the students to improve their presentation skills. The course also helps students to enhance their report preparation skills.
The students become confident in presentation of ideas, reports of companies, production data, interpretation of data etc.
In the subject each student has to present a seminar on the topics suggested by the concerned faculty. At the end of the semester a detailed seminar report has to be submitted to the department for allotment of internal assessment marks.

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