2100 1A-B Intro Protien - TXMI 2100 Chapter One: Textile...

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Unformatted text preview: TXMI 2100 Chapter One: Textile Fibers Outlines A. Introduction B. Protein Fibers: wool and silk C. Cotton D. Rayon, Lycell and Acetate E. Synthetic Fibers Part A. Introduction to Textile Materials Introduction to Textile Materials Man-Made Fiber Formation Wet Spinning Dry Spinning Melt Spinning Fiber/Fabric Properties Consumer Decision Making Apparel Textile Materials Fiber Natural Fibers (Cotton, Wool) Mane Made Fibers Regenerated (Rayon, Acetate) Synthetic (Nylon, Polyester, Acrylic) Staple and Filament Fiber Yarns Fabrics Woven (plain, twill) Knitting Nonwoven Fiber Formation Wet Spinning Dry Spinning Melt Spinning Fiber Drawing (Stretching) Wet Spinning Drying Spinning Melt Spinning Strength Elongation/Elastic Recovery Resiliency/Wrinkle Resistance Dimensional Stability Moisture Regain Moisture Permeability Thermal Insulation Water Repellency Luster Static Charge Heat Resistance/Flammability Chemical/Biological Resistance Fiber Properties Consumer Decision Making Appearance Comfort Durability Maintenance Requirement Appearance Design/Style Color/Colorfastness Drape Surface Texture Size/Dimensional Stability Comfortability...
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2100 1A-B Intro Protien - TXMI 2100 Chapter One: Textile...

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