Latest Research Area in Textile Processing Technology
Textile Processing Engineering is one of the major streams in textile engineering refers to textile chemicals process engineering and applied science. The other three streams in textile engineering are yarn engineering, fabric engineering and apparel engineering.
Wet process is usually done on the manufactured assembly of interlacing fibers, filaments, and/or yarns having substantial surface (planar) area in relation to its thickness, and adequate mechanical strength to give it a cohesive structure. In other words, wet process is done on manufactured fabric. The processes of this stream is involved or carried out in aqueous stage and thus it is called wet process which usually covers pretreatment, dyeing, printing and finishing.
|SMART AND INNOVATIVE TEXTILE (SMITA)
||ANN-GA AIDED ENGINEERED WOVEN STRUCTURES FOR IMPROVED SOLAR ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION PROTECTION
||WOVEN FABRICS WITH IMPROVED IMPACT RESISTANCE USING SHEAR THICKENING FLUID
|DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL APPARATUS FOR MEASURING INTERNAL PRESSURE OF BANDAGES
||NATURAL FIBRE BASED HYBRID YARNS AND THEIR THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITES
||DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A DYNAMIC COMPRESSION TESTER FOR FIBROUS MATERIALS USING MAGNETIC INDUCTANCE PRINCIPLE
|STUDY OF AEROSOL FILTRATION BEHAVIOR OF ELECTRET FILTERS
||ENHANCEMENT OF WEAVABILITY OF CARBON ROVING THROUGH FILAMENT WRAPPING