Exam_4_Study_Guide_F2011

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HUEC 2040 Textile Science Exam 4 Study Guide Chapter 13 Yarn Structures Single, ply, cord, simple, novelty, and core-spun yarns Thread versus yarn Yarn twist, its effects, Z and S directions Systems to measure yarn size Effects of yarn structure on fabric performance Chapter 14 Manufacturing Yarns Texturing filament yarns Blending staple fibers Systems for processing different types of staple fibers Preparing filament tow Advantages of ring spinning and open-end spinning and the yarns and fabrics produced by each Ply yarns Yarns made from film Types of blends and stages for blending, staple and filament Chapter 15 Fabrics and Related Structures Fabric construction methods Describing fabric weight, thickness, width, and symmetry Leather Chapter 16 Woven Fabrics
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Unformatted text preview: Terms for direction, fabric grain, types of off-grain Fabric count Types of selvages and their diagrams Types, parts, characteristics, and advantages/disadvantages of modern looms: shuttle, shuttleless (projectile, rapier, water-jet, air-jet, multiphase, dobby, and jacquard) Chapter 17 The Weaves Basic weaves: characteristics and diagrams of each Traditional names and descriptions of all fabrics covered in chapter Chapter 18 Knitted Fabrics Terminology related to knitted fabrics Describing closeness of knit stitches The two major classifications and the fabrications’ name, characteristics, and diagram that are thus classified Weft stitch variations: description, diagram, uses Weft insertion Care of knitted fabrics...
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