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Trends in Textile Engineering & Fashion Technology

Textile Analysis and Interpretation for Decision Making

Submission: October 11, 2018;Published: October 26, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/TTEFT.2018.04.000592

ISSN: 2578-0271
Volume4 Issue4


Textile industry is actively involved in promoting quality products for textile and apparel. Despite society’s move to the casual lifestyle, need for lined garments has not disappeared. When selecting lined garments, it is of critical importance that apparel manufacturers test the appropriateness of each layer for the intended end-use and compatibility of all layers together. It is important to consider both structural and performance attributes while making such decisions from the available choices. Chowdhary [1] reported that crimp in yarn makes the synthetic filaments more resilient than the uncrimped yarns. Likewise, twist adds strength for the staple fibers when twisted to make yarns. Higher fabric count is associated with better quality that the lower count. Quality fabrics also intend to use defect free textiles. Breaking strength was higher for twill weave as opposed to plain and sateen weave [2]. Uttam [3] found that cotton became heavier and thicker with increased cover factor after repeated washing.

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