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Complete Technology Book on Textile Processing with Effluents Treatment
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  Book ID : 25725
  ISBN-10 : 81-7833-050-4 / 8178330504
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7833-050-1 / 9788178330501
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2003
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  Language : English
  xv, 584p., 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
I. CHARACTERISTICS OF Cotton Textile Processing: 1. Characteristics of Effluents. 2. Sizing (Slashing). 3. Desizing. 4. Scouring. 5. Bleaching. 6. Mercerizing. 7. Dyeing. 8. Printing. 9. Final Finishing. 10. Combined Effluent. 11. Treatment. 12. Desizing. 13. Scouring. 14. Bleaching. 15. Mercerizing. 16. Dyeing. 17. Printing. 18. Combined Effluent. 19. Primary Treatment. 18. Secondary Treatment. 19. Tertiary Treatment.
II. CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT OF Synthetic: 1. Textiles Processing Effluents. 2. Processes, Volume and Characteristics of Effluents. 3. Treatment.
III. CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT OF WOOLLEN TEXTILE: 1. Processing Effluents. 2. Processes, Sources and Characteristics of Effluents. 3. Raw Wool Scouring. 4. Weaving & Finishing Operations. 5. Characteristics of Scouring Effluents. 6. Characteristics of Effluents from Weaving & Finishing Operations. 7. Effects of Effluents. 8. Treatment of Wool Processing Effluents. 9. Primary Treatment. 10. Secondary Treatment. 11. Tertiary Treatment. 12. Recovery of Valuable Materials from Woollen. 13. Processing Effluent.
IV. Color REMOVAL.
V. RECOVERY AND REUSE OF WASTE WATER.
VI. CONSERVATION AND REUSE OF WATER.
VII. MELT SPINNING: 1. Associated Apparatus. 2. Spinneret Assembly producing Plug Flow. 3. Multifilamentary Yarns of Uniform Quality. 4. Filament Manufacturing Device of Small Height. 5. Filaments and Fibers Having Discontinuous Cavities. 6. Spinning Pack Filter. 7. Polyesters. 8. Highly Oriented Undrawn Yarn. 9. Multifunctional Chain Branches. 10. Transfer System between Melt Source and Spinning Position. 11. Enhanced Dyeability and Thermal Stability by. 12. High Speed Spinning. 13. Deep-Dyeing Textured Yarn Spun at High Speed. 14. High Speed Production of Preoriented Yarn. 15. Vinyl Copolymer to Reduce Pilling. 16. Anti-Pilling Filaments with High Tenacity and. 17. low Knot Tenacity. 18. Low carboxyl Polyester Fibers Using Alkali. 19. Metal salt as catalyst. 20. Antistatic Polyether-Polyester Block Copolymer. 21. Process for Textured Yarn. 22. C-Shaped Filaments. 23. Nylons. 24. Polycaproamide Reacted with Cyclic Tetracarboxylic. 25. Acid Dianhydride. 26. Polypyrrolidone with Alkylamines for Improved. 27. Extrudability. 28. Nylon 66 Spinning Process. 29. Magnesium Oxide Incorporated into Polycaprolactam. 30. Trilobal Filaments. 31. High Speed Spinning of Polyamides. 32. Acrylics. 33. Acrylonitrile/Styrene/Isobutylene Copolymer Needing. 34. No After-Stretch. 35. Extrusion of a Single Phase Melt of Polyacrylonitrile and Water. 36. Other Polymers. 37. Polyethylene Oxide Monofilament. 38. Nylon Modified Phenolic Resin Fiber. 39. Nonwoven Webs. 40. Reinforced Matting. 41. Webs of Continuous Thermoplastic Filaments. 42. Continuous Production of Tubular Modular Filter Elements. 43. Bonded, Low Density Matting. 44. Wet Lay Process. 45. Coatings and Finishes. 46. Fiber Finishes. 47. Stabilized Silicone Oil Coating for Melt Spinning Nozzles.
VIII. DRY SPINNING: 1. Acrylics and Modacrylics. 2. Bifilar Acrylic Fibers. 3. Modacrylics with Improved Coloristic Properties. 4. Removal or Residual Solvent. 5. Cellulosics. 6. Manufacture of Viscose Filaments. 7. Cellulose spun into Ammonia Atmosphere. 8. Other Polymers. 9. Polypyrrolidone. 10. Halogenated Aromatic Polyesters. 11. Flame Retardant Melamine. 12. Protein Fibers. 13. Associated Apparatus. 14. Dry Spinning Pack Assembly. 15. Static Mixing Apparatus.
IX. WET SPINNING: 1. Acrylics and Modacrylics. 2. Reduction of Voids in Wet-Spun Acrylic Fibers. 3. Acrylic Fibers Free from Delustering. 4. Improved Hot/Wet Properties. 5. Flame-Retardant Acrylics. 6. Modacryl Filaments with Permanent Brilliance and. 7. Transparence. 8. Cellulose and Starch. 9. Rayon Fibers Containing Starch. 10. Continuous Process for Viscose Yarn. 11. Water-Insensitive Starch Fibers. 12. Polyamides and Other Nitrogen-containing Polymers. 13. Production Arylamides with Recovery of Amide Solvent. 14. Air Gage Arylamide Spinning Process. 15. Reduced Salt Content in Arylamide Fibers. 16. Neutralization of Polyamide Spin Dope. 17. Fibers from Anisotropic Dopes of Aromatic Polymers. 18. Arylene Oxadiazole/Arylene N-Alkylhdrazide. 19. Copolymer Fibers. 20. Aromatic Oxadizole Polymers and Copolymers. 21. Vinyls. 22. Recovery and Recycle of Salt Solution in Vinyl Polymer. 23. Spinning. 24. Lithium Halides as Solvents for Polyhydroxymethylene.
X. COMPUTERS IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING: 1. Computer - Aided Design (CAD) systems. 2. Computer - aided manufacturing. 3. Computer - aided design. 4. Computer - aided process planning. 5. Mechatronics and information engineering. 6. Computer - Aided Logistic Support (CALS). 7. Development of LAN system. 8. Network controller.
XI. THE PROPERTIES OF TEXTILE FIBRES: 1. Important properties of fibres. 2. Fibre shape and Strength of yarns. 3. Fibre extensibility. 4. Softness. 5. Plasticity and thermoplasticity. 6. Lustre. 7. Fibre density. 8. Solubility in various solvents. 9. Affinity for dyes. 10. Fibre structure. 11. The special properties of synthetic fibres.
XII. BASIC ASPECTS OF TEXTILE FIBRES: 1. Filament and staple. 2. Yarn. 3. Fabrics. 4. Woven fabrics. 5. Knitted fabrics. 6. Lace and net fabrics. 7. Braided fabrics. 8. Felt fabrics. 9. Bonded fibre fabrics. 10. Textile mills. 11. Woven textile fabrics. 12. Cotton. 13. Wool. 14. Silk. 15. Rayon. 16. Acetate. 17. Nylon. 18. Vinyon. 19. Mohair. 20. Linen. 21. Glass fibres. 22. Dacron. 23. Orlon. 24. Vicara. 25. Yarns for weaving.
XIII. STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF TEXTILE FIBRES: 1. Fibre structure. 2. Properties of synthetic fibres.
XIV. TEXTILE WEAVING: 1. Plain Weave. 2. Twill Weaves. 3. Effect and flush. 4. Satin Weaves. 5. Basket and rib weaves. 6. Weave Combinations. 7. Face and back of fibres. 8. Knitted Fabrics. 9. Colouring. 10. Braiding. 11. Lace. 12. Nonwoven fabrics. 13. Bonded Fabrics. 14. Automatic weaving machine. 15. 3-D weaving processes.
XV. TEXTILE WET PROCESSES: 1. Cotton Textiles. 2. Sizing (Slashing). 3. Desizing. 4. Scouring. 5. Bleaching. 6. Mercerizing. 7. Dyeing. 8. Printing. 9. Finishing. 10. Synthetic Textiles. 11. Wool Processing. 12. Wool Scouring. 13. Wool fulling. 14. Wool Carbonizing. 15. Water Usage. 16. Data Processing Block.
XVI. PRINTING PROCESSES: 1. Fixation. 2. Fixation with Vapor of Organic Solvent. 3. Dyestuffs for Methylene Chloride Fixation Processes. 4. Improved Fixation of Reactive Dyes on Cellulose Fibers. 5. Treatments of Cellulosics. 6. Crosspadding or Overprinting Impregnated Cellulose. 7. Materials. 8. Basic Dyes and Simultaneous Crosslinking. 9. Printing and Simultaneous Finishing. 10. Other Treatments. 11. Addition of Lactone for pH Adjustments. 12. Sodium Hydrosulfite Aftertreatment of Aromatic. 13. Polyesters. 14. Improved Pretreatment and Aftertreatment for Optimum. 15. Handle. 16. Aftertreatment with Surfactant and Reductonate. 17. Coloration of Aromatic Polyester or Cellulose Triacetate. 18. Special effects. 19. Continuous Process for Two-Color Effect on Blends. 20. Double-Surface Multicolor Printed Cloth. 21. Double Face Printing of Polyester Fabrics. 22. Well - Defined Multicolor Patterns on Porous Substrates. 23. Polymer - Printed Fabric Having Differential Dyeing. 24. Characteristic. 25. Acid Dye Mixture for Differential-Dyeing Nylons. 26. Spotted Effect on Synthetic Fiber Materials. 27. Resist Printing Polyesters with Acid Dyes. 28. Discharge Effects on Prints with Disperse Dyes. 29. Reserve Effects in Multicolor Printing. 30. Relief Printing to Simulate Animal Skins. 31. Camouflage Dyeings and Prints on Synthetics and Blends. 32. Photographic Techniques. 33. Continuous Repetitive Patterns on Piled Fabrics. 34. Impregnation with Leuco Ester of Vat Dyestuff. 35. Other Processes. 36. Continuous Process for Optical Brightening and Printing. 37. Continuous Dyeing and Printing of Piece Goods. 38. Printing Heavy Pile Fabrics with Powder Preparations. 39. Improved Alignment of Printed Patterns. 40. Uniform Heat-Setting of Continuous Synthetic Filament. 41. Groups. 42. Voluminous Substrate Rolled Up with Foamed Dye. 43. Continuous Printing Process by Direct Liquid Film. 44. Transfer. 45. Method for Printing and Flocking Simultaneously. 46. Sprayed Carriers for Continuous Print Fixation.
XVII. WEAVING OF SYNTHETIC YARNS AND BLENDS: 1. Introduction. 2. Polyester Blended Fabrics. 3. Sizing. 4. Pirn Winding. 5. Weaving. 6. Weaving of Multifilament Yarns. 7. Commonly Used Multifilament Fabrics. 8. Warping. 9. Sizing. 10. Monofilament Fabrics.
XVIII. WEAVING OF CERTAIN COMMERCIAL FABRICS: 1. Introduction. 2. Weaving of Poplin. 3. Wrap preparation. 4. Weaving. 5. Denim. 6. Dyeing and Sizing Processes. 7. Tyre Cord Fabric. 8. Yarn and Fabric Particulars. 9. Production Flow for Tyre Cord Fabric. 10. Weaving. 11. Weaving of Tapes. 12. Tubular Cloth. 13. Weaving of Aramide (Kevlar) yarns. 14. Characteristics of Aramides. 15. Ranges of Application of Kevlar Fibres. 16. Basic Requirements. 17. Warping. 18. Sizing. 19. Weaving.
XIX. WEAVING AND FABRIC Engineering CALCULATIONS: 1. Introduction. 2. Conversion Tables. 3. Yarn Numbering System. 4. SI Units recommended for Textiles. 5. Folded Yarns. 6. Average Count. 7. Weight of a Piece of Cloth. 8. Heald Calculations. 9. Reed Calculations. 10. Take-Up Motion on a Plain Loom. 11. Loom speed. 12. Production of Looms. 13. Efficiency. 14. Shuttle Movement. 15. Accelerating force of Sley. 16. Calculation on shuttleless weaving Machines Example 33. 17. Fractional Cover and Cover Factor. 18. Diameter. 19. Bulk density. 20. Fractional Cover. 21. Cloth Setting Rules.
XX. FABRIC DEFECTS AND VALUE Loss: 1. Grading of fabrics. 2. Value loss. 3. Types of Fabrics Defects. 4. Common Fabric Defects and their causes. 5. Bar. 6. Box Mark. 7. Broken Pattern. 8. Broken Pick. 9. Cracks. 10. Cut weft. 11. Defective selvedges. 12. Floats Stiches. 13. Fuzzy. 14. Hang Pick. 15. Harness skip or warp skip. 16. Lashing in or weft trail or jark in weft. 17. Loose warp ends. 18. Hanging threads. 19. Missing Ends/Ends Out (chira). 20. Reed Marks. 21. Shuttle Marks. 22. Slough-off. 23. Stains. 24. Sticker. 25. Tear Drop. 26. Temple Mark. 27. Uneven cloth. 28. Wrong Denting. 29. Wrong Drawing. 30. Control of Fabric Quality at Loom State. 31. Design Specifications. 32. First Piece Inspection. 33. Weaving Defects. 34. Grey Inspection. 35. Recording of Loomwise and Weaverwise Fabrics Faults. 36. Point Rate System. 37. Directory Section.
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The book covers complete details of textile processing with the standard parameters of effluents treatment which is the burning problem for the textile processors. Neadless to say that this book will be of immense use to textile processors, consultants and chemists engaged in water and waste water treatment, research insttutions etc.
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