MDSE 2650 Textiles Exam 1_F16.pdf

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1. The ability to bend repeatedly and not break is referred to as: Flexibility 2. Abrasion Resistance Ability to withstand rubbing from regular use 3. Absorbency Ability to TAKE UP moisture from the body or environment 4. Aesthetics Attractiveness or appearance of a textile product; Visual and tactile properties. 5. All manmade fibers began in ______ form but can be very easily be cut into staple form to change properties. filament 6. All natural fibers grow in staple form except? Silk 7. All of the following are parts of a textile good's quality level except: Affordable cost 8. Alpaca and Llama Soft, fine, good luster; warmer than sheep's wool; can be expensive 9. Angora Comes from Angora rabbit; very fine, lofty, slippery and long; doesn't dye well and often in light colors 10. Azlon made from soybeans 11. Bast Fibers -From the stem of a plant -Removing fiber from stalk; requires retting (removing fiber from stock) 12. Best quality of silk regular, even structure; finer fibers; free of defects 13. Best Quality Wool is based on Finer fibers, longer fibers, regular scale structure, free of defects, white, clean 14. The best quality wool should be: Finer fibers, Longer fibers, Regular scale structure, White and clean (All of the Above) 15. Camel Strong, smooth, lustrous; inherently water repellent; used for coats 16. Cashmere Goat; fine scales, warm, soft hand; very fine; delicate wool fiber 17. Cellulose Main building material of plants; harvested from seed, stem, leaf. 18. Coarse Fibers Crisp, rough, stiff, and resist crushing. 19. Coloration Dyeing or printing process that adds aesthetic appeal 20. Comfort The way a textile product affects heat, air, and moisture transfer; The way the body interacts with fiber/fabric; ability to keep the wearer in a natural state 21. Components of serviceability Aesthetics Durability Comfort Appearance retention Care or maintenance 22. Converters -Buy greige goods, finishes then sells finished fabric; Can supply smaller runs than a textile mill -Alter appearance and /or performance 23. Cost The amount paid to buy, use, care, and dispose of a product; affected by how the fiber is produced. 24. Cotton Length Staple (short) fiber 25. Cover The ability of a fiber to occupy an area 26. Crimped fibers will increase in: cohesiveness, resiliency, stretch, warmth 27. Cross- Section Fiber shape; Affects luster, body, texture, and hand. 28. Cross-section in manufactured fibers: Shape of the spinneret and the spinning fiber method 29. Cross-section in natural fibers: Cannot be controlled 30. Cross Section of cotton Bean shaped 31. Cross Section of Flax Oval 32. Cross section of silk Triangle 33. Cross section of wool Round 34. Described as self- extinguishing Wool MDSE 2650 Textiles Exam 1 Study online at quizlet.com/_2j4879
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35. Diameter Thickness or thinness of a fiber; i.e. course or fine; affects performance and hand.
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