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UTTAR PRADESH TECHNICAL

UNIVERSITY, NOIDA

Syllabus
For
B. TECH. TEXTILE
1.
2.
3.
4.

Textile Technology
Textile Engineering
Man Made Fibre Technology
Textile Chemistry

(Effective from the Session: 2014-15)
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Study and Evaluation scheme
B. Tech. Textile Technology
[Effective from the Session 2014-15]
YEAR 2nd, SEMESTER- III
S.
No
.

Subject
Code

Name of Subject

Periods
T
P

L

Evaluation Scheme
Sessional
ESE
Assessment
CT

TA

Total

Subje
ct
Total

Cre
dits

THEORY SUBJECT

1

NAS-301/
NOE-031-039

Engg. Mathematics-III/
Science based open
elective
2
NTT-301
Yarn Manufacture-I
3
NTT-302
Fabric Manufacture-I
4
NTT-303
Wet Processing of
Textiles-I
5
Industrial Psychology/
NHU 301/
Industrial Sociology
NHU302
6
NTT-304
Textile Fibre-I
7
AUC-001/
Human Values &
AUC-002
Professional Ethics/
Cyber Security
PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING
8 NTT-351
Yarn Manufacture-I
Lab
9 NTT-352
Fabric Manufacture-I
Lab
10 NTT-353
Wet Processing of
Textiles-I Lab
11 NTT-354
Textile Fibre-I Lab
11 NGP-301
General Proficiency
Total

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3
3
3

1
1
1

0
0
0

30
30
30

20
20
20

50
50
50

100
100
100

150
150
150

4
4
4

2

0

0

15

10

25

50

75

2

2
2

1
0

0
0

15
15

10
10

25
25

50
50

75
75*

3

0

0

3

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

3

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

2

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

2

10

10

20

30

1

18

5

10

50
50
1000

Science Based Open Elective:

NOE031
NOE032
NOE033
NOE034
NOE035
NOE036
NOE037
NOE038
NOE039

Introduction to Soft Computing (Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithm
Nano Sciences
Laser Systems and Applications
Space Sciences
Polymer Science & Technology
Nuclear Science
Material Science
Discrete Mathematics
Applied Linear Algebra

*Human values & Professional Ethics /Cyber Security will be offered as a compulsory audit course for which passing marks are 30% in End
Semester Examination and 40% in aggregate.

2

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Study and Evaluation scheme
B. Tech. Textile Technology
[Effective from the Session 2014-15]
YEAR 2nd, SEMESTER- IV
S.
No.

Subject
Code

Name of Subject

Periods
L
T
P

Evaluation Scheme
Sessional
ESE
Assessment
CT TA Tota
l

Subjec
t
Total

Credi
ts

THEORY SUBJECT

1

NOE-041 NOE-049/
NAS-401
NTT-401
NTT-402
NHU-401/
NHU-402
NTT-403

Science based Open
Elective /Engg.
Mathematics-III/
2
Yarn Manufacture-II
3
Fabric Manufacture-II
4
Industrial Psychology/
Industrial Sociology
5
Wet Processing of
Textiles-II
6
NTT-404
Textile Fibre-II
7
AUC-002/
Cyber Security/
AUC-001
Human Value &
Professional Ethics
PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING
8
NTT-451
Yarn Manufacture-II
Lab
9
NTT-452
Fabric Manufacture-II
Lab
10
NTT-453
Wet Processing of
Textiles-II Lab
11
NTT-454
Textile Fibre-II Lab
11
NGP-401
General Proficiency
Total

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3
2
2

1
1
0

0
0
0

30
15
15

20
10
10

50
25
25

100
50
50

150
75
75

4
3
2

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2
2

1
0

0
0

15
15

10
10

25
25

50
50

75
75*

3

0

0

3

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

3

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

2

10

10

20

30

50

1

0

0

2

10

10

20

30

50

1

-

-

-

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-

50

-

50

1

1000

25

18

5

10

Science Based Open Elective:

NOE-041
NOE-042
NOE-043
NoE-044
NOE-045
NOE-046
NOE-047
NOE-048
NOE-049

Introduction to Soft Computing (Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithm
Nano Sciences
Laser Systems and Applications
Space Sciences
Polymer Science & Technology
Nuclear Science
Material Science
Discrete Mathematics
Applied Linear Algebra

*Human values & Professional Ethics /Cyber Security will be offered as a compulsory audit course for which passing marks are 30% in End
Semester Examination and 40% in aggregate.

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V S. Tech.U. No. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. SEMESTER.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Textile Technology [Effective from the Session 2015-16] YEAR 3rd . Subject Code 1 2 3 NTT-501 NTT-502 NTT-503 Name of Subject L Periods T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Tota l Subject Total Cre dits THEORY SUBJECT Textile Testing-I Yarn Manufacture-III Fabric ManufactureIII 4 NTT-504 Colour & Design 5 NTT-505 Fabric Structure 6 HS PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-551 Textile Testing-I Lab 8 NTT-552 Yarn Manufacture-III Lab 9 NTT-553 Fabric Manufacture III Lab 10 NTT-555 Fabric Analysis Lab 11 NGP-501 General Proficiency Total 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 100 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 30 15 15 20 10 10 50 25 25 100 50 50 150 75 75 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 1 16 5 10 50 50 1000 *HS: To be decided by UPTU 4 25 .

U. NTT-021 2. Subject Code Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total Subje ct Total Cre dits THEORY SUBJECT 1 2 3 NTT-601 NTT-602 NTT-603 Textile Testing-II Yarn Manufacture-IV Fabric ManufactureIV 4 NTT-011 / Structure & Properties NTT-012 of Fibre/ Garment Manufacture Technology 5 NTT-021/ Advance Fabric NTT-022 Structure/ Multi & Long Fibre Spinning 6 HS/ Industrial Management PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NET-651 Textile Testing-II Lab 8 NET-652 Yarn Manufacture-IV Lab 9 NTT-653 Fabric ManufacturerIV Lab 10 NTT-654 SEMINAR 11 NGP-601 General Proficiency Total 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 100 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 2 1 0 15 10 25 50 75 3 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 50 50 50 50 1000 1 2 16 5 10 *HS: To be decided by UPTU Departmental Elective I 1. NTT-012 Structure & Properties of fibres Garment Manufacturing Technology Departmental Elective II 1. Tech. Textile Technology [Effective from the Session 2015-16] YEAR 3rd. NTT-022 Advance Fabric Structure Multi & Long Fibre Spinning 5 25 . SEMESTER. NTT-011 2.VI S. No. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.

woven 2. NTT-032 Fibre Reinforced Composite 6 . SEMESTER. NTT-702 Process Control in Weaving Open Elective-II from Other Departments 1. Subject Name of Subject Periods Evaluation Scheme Subjec Cred No. Code t its L T P Sessional ESE Total Assessment CT TA To tal THEORY SUBJECT 1 NTT-701/ Process Control in 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 NTT-702 Spinning/ Process Control in Weaving 2 NOE-071 Entrepreneurship 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Development NOE-072 Quality Management/ /NOE-073 Operation Research/ 3 NTT-704 Advance Spinning 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Technology 4 NTT-705 Knitting Technology 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 5 NTT-031/ Non Woven/ Fibre 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 NTT-032 Reinforced Composite PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 6 NTT-751 PROJECT 0 0 8 50 50 100 150 4 7 NTT-752 Industrial Training 0 0 2 75 75 75 2 8 NTT-755 Knitting Technology 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 Lab NGP701 General Proficiency 50 Total 14 4 13 1000 25 Open Elective-II from other departments Open Elective-1 1.VII S.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. NTT-701 Process Control in Spinning 2.U. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. NOE-073 Operation Research Departmental Elective III 1. NOE-072 Quality Management 2. Textile Technology [Effective from the Session 2016-17] YEAR 4th . NTT-031 Nom. Tech.

NTT-801: Technical Textile 2.U. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. Tech. No. NTT-051 Electronics in Textiles 2.VIII S. NTT-042 Mechanical Machine Design Departmental Elective V 1. Subject Code 1 NTT-801/ NOE-082 2 NTT-802 3 NTT-041/ NTT-042 4 NTT-051/ NTT-052/ Name of Subject Technical Textiles /Product Development Mill Planning & Organization Theory of Textile Structure / Mechanical Machine Design Electronics in Textiles/ Advance Weaving Technology PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 5 NTT-851 PROJECT 6 NTT-852 SEMINAR NGP-801 Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT T Tot A al THEORY SUBJECT L General proficiency Total Periods T P Subject Total Credi ts 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 0 0 12 3 100 100 100 100 150 250 100 7 2 50 1000 25 12 4 Open Elective from Other Departments 1. NTT-082 Product Development Departmental Elective IV 1. NTT-052 Advance Weaving Technology 7 15 . Textile Technology [Effective from the Session 2016-17] YEAR 4th . SEMESTER. NTT-041 Theory of Textile Structure 2.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.

Grid bars and their setting. Vol. Picking and cleaning of jute. Waste extraction mechanism at various openers and beaters. No 2. working of contamination separators.3rd Semester B. use of anti-static agents. lint-trash ratio. Yarn Manufacture –I (NTT-301) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to passage of material through spinning process by flow charts and brief description of each process. P. description and working of roller and saw gins. different types of mixing & blending. Principles of opening and cleaning. Lap rejection.-I. Calculations pertaining to production of blow room and cleaning efficiency. I. nep generation. fibre breakage and their control. Blending of man-made fibres with cotton. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. various types of openers. Mixing different cotton varieties. Causes of lap defects and their remedies. modern blow room line. Different mixing methods and their advantages and disadvantages Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (3): Objective of blow room. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Problems of contamination and their remedies. Doraiswamy. objective of ginning. (Engineering Core: Interdisciplinary): Engineering Mathematics-III/Science based electives (NAS-301/NOE-031-038) (L T P 3 1 0 = 4): Common Syllabus provided by UPTU 2. wool and linen/ Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Objective of mixing. performance assessment of blow room.A Venkatsubramaniam 8 . Vol 24. selection of beating/ cleaning points according to type of cotton and their suitable combinations. Transport control and regulation of material in blow room. Chellamani 2. cleaning effeiciency of different machines. Cotton ginning: Textile Progress. Maintenance practices in Blowroom. Textile Technology 1. Objective of tinting. Tech. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Unit (4): Lap forming mechanism. Picking and pre-cleaning of cotton. Chute/flock feed systems and their comparison. Blow room line for synthetic fibres. their construction and working. difference between mixing & blending. Spun Yarn Technology.

K.R. R. concept of yarn clearing. Bunch motion and its importance. Bannerjee. 5. IIT Delhi. high and super high speed warp winding machines. Fabric Manufacture-I (NTT-302) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to weaving process and its sequence. Textile Institute U. Mechanical & electrical sub-catchers. conicity of cone. concept of splicing. Cheese winding. Important parts of cheese winding & their functions. winding parameters. Features of slow.K.W. packages.An introduction to winding and warping. tensioning device. 6. yarn preparation. ribbon formation and method of its elimination. Machine traverse ratio.Taggart Spun Yarn Technology. package density. 6. package defects during winding and their remedies.3. Ormerdd weaving technology and operation. Sengupta. Ribbon formation and s of elimination. 4. Brief idea of classimat test report. K. angle of wind. Elements of raw cotton & blow room. 7. 1980 3. Talukdar. Objective of conventional cone winding. types of knot. high & super high speed winding machines. classification of winding.Yarn winding NCUTE.Dr. Industrial practices in weaving preparatory Laboratory Work: As per the lab syllabus 9 . A. R. difference between precision winding and drum winding.Eric Oxtoby Spinning blow room & carding by Prof. clearing efficiency of winding machine.Total Lectures required =9 Grand total lectures required =42 Text Bools & Reference Books: 1. 5. Salhotra & Prof. R. the popular book depot Mumbai. important parts of auto-coner and their functions. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Auto-coner: Objective of auto-coner. knot factor. Klein Cotton Spinning. Chattopadhyaya Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3. Study of slow. P. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Type of package winding (parallel & cross winding). M. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (3): Ways of yarn traversing. 4. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): High speed weft winding machines. (manual & automatic). detailed study of mechanism and setting of speed on weft winders. Khare A practical guide to opening & carding. Automatic and non-automatic pirn winding machines.K. thread stop motion. Maintenance practices in winding machines. 2. A. Cotton yarn weaving (ATIRA).

shade matching. silk linen. Textile Fibre-I: (NTT-304) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Fibre. Chemical processing of cotton and p/c blends – ATIRA 2. natural and added impurities in textiles. silk. methods of desizing. Objective of mercerization. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Objective of heat setting.A. Optical brightening agents. Different types of desizing and bleaching agents. Application of Computer Colour Matching system as a quality control tools to evaluate strength/ Purity of dye. acrylic and blends including optical whitening. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Introduction to colours and their mixing. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology (NHU301/NHU302) Syllabus to be decided by UPTU (L T P 2 0 0=2) 6. Shenai Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 5. Total Lectures required = 08 10 . of textiles. physical and chemical aspects of mercerization. Classification of natural textile fibres (1). A glimps on the chemical technology and textile fibres by R. National and international production and consumption of various natural fibres (cotton. yarn and fabric mercerizing.4. Various preparatory processes for cotton. polyester. bleaching and mercerization of textile materials. jute etc) Advantages and disadvantages of natural and man-made fibres. scouring and bleaching of textile material. Sequence of chemical processing. Chackrawartty 3. wool. singeing. Shenai 4. whiteness/ yellowness index Total Lectures required =8 Grand Total Lectures Required =42 Books: 1. method and types of heat setting and mercerizing. Wet Processing of Textiles -I (NTT-303) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Role of water & its quality for wet processing.R. textile fibre (1). Principle and application of surfactant in textile processing. ramie. scouring. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Objectives of desizing.A. various faults in bleaching and their remedies and removal. Technology of finishing by V. Essential and desirable properties of textile fibres (2). Technology of bleaching and mercerization by V. Measurement of colour. wool. and their application Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Brief introduction to processing machinery and new processes development in machinery for preparatory and dyeing. nylon.

Wool scouring. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 11 .-2 By Dr. Grading of cotton. Total Lectures required = 09 Unit (3): Cultivation. and ramie.I. hemp.K.W. Delhi. Production of raw silk. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of Lectures = 33 Books: 1. 2. extraction. Hand book of textile fibres by J.S. S P Mishra Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. Varieties of wool fibre with brief description. W.Unit (2): Geographical distribution and cultivation of cotton fibre.Gordon Cook 4. Textile Institute. Production of waste silk yarn. Physical properties of cotton fibre. Morton & J. U. Morphological structure of cotton fibre. Morphological structure of silk.K. 3. effect of acid and alkalies. jute. Properties of wool fibres. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Morphological structure of wool.T. Hearle. varities of silk with brief description etc. Progress in textiles: Science and technology Vol. Fibre Science and Technology. I. V. Composition of wool fibre. varieties of cotton fibre. Physical properties of textile fibres. Chemical composition and physical properties of silk. properties and uses of bast fibres such as flax. morphological structure. Fibre Quality Index. Effect of acid and alkalis on cotton fibre. and combing.E. Kothari.

ash content and scouring loss of cotton fabric. cheese winding and auto coner. measure wax content. scouring. drop absorption test. Practice in checking the quality of laps TT-352: Fabric Manufacturing-I Study of cone winding. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. study of constructional details of machinery in blow room. constructional details of machine. reeling & TFO. Production calculation of blow room. whiteness index. TT-354: Textile Fibres-I Principle of microscopy. determine strength of H2O2 (Hydrogen peroxide) by titration method. microscopic identification of natural fibres. types of packages produced by them and package faults. to finish fabric with water repellent and flame retardant finishes and test water repellency and flame retardant property using appropriate test method. bleaching and mercerization of cotton fabric and to evaluate the effectiveness of each process using various test such as Tewega test. barium activity number test. Calculations pertaining to cone winding. ring doubler. TT-353 Wet Processing of Textiles-I: Sizing. Blows per inch of Krishner beater. calculating speed of different machine parts. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. find out available chlorine in a given sample of sodium hypo chloride. various controls points and change places.3RD SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-351: Yarn Manufacturing-I: Practice in handling and operation of blow room. cheese winding. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 12 .

working principles of draw frame including constructional details. cylinder. New Spinning by R. requirement of wire grinding. assessment and their control. roving. Auto leveler used in carding. Basic idea woolen.4th Semester B. doubling and blending. Spinning blow room & carding by Prof. Salhotra & Prof. coiling system and stop motion. Tech.Dr. drafting irregularities . Cotton Spinning. Vol-III. rengaswami 2. Chattopadhyaya Laboratory work:As per the lab Syllabus 3. R. K. Rengaswamy 7. R. Khare 4. weighting in draw frmae. Mechanics of spinning machines. by Dr. combing. Spinning drawing. and their causes. Engg. Auto leveling. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Objective of draw frame. Calculation pertaining to draft and production.Taggart 6. R. drafting force. Mathematics-III (NAS-401)/ Science based open elective (NOE041-048): Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU BOS (L T P 3 1 0) 2. Elements of carding & draw frame. Klein 5. Modern developments in draw frame.V. draft distribution. Short staple spinning. Carding defects and their remedies. drafting systems. doffer and flats for processing different materials. A. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Flexible and metallic card clothing. Principles of carding. Modern development in carding. Fabric Manufacture-II (NTT-402) (L T P 3 1 0) 13 . Textile Technology 1.W. carding calculations pertaining to draft and production. Chattopadhyay & Dr. jute and flax carding.M Gowda 3. settings and gauges for different materials. Hooks removal at draw frame. mechanism of neps and hooks formation. by R. constructional features and working details of licker-in. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Concept of ideal draft and formation of drafting waves. R. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Tandom carding. Process parameters. Principles of roller setting.R. Yarn Manufacture-II (NTT-401) (L T P 3 1 0= 4) Unit (1): Objective of carding.

Estimation of efficiency and productivity of various types of warping machines. Various controls used on a modern sizing m/c. Numerical problems about sizing. Classification of warping machines. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Yarn preparation by R. semi-automatic drawing-in process. Waxing attachment. Total Lectures required =9 14 . importance of moisture content and stretch % in sized yarn. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Objectives of sizing and sizing terminology. Modern preparation & weaving machinery by A Ormerod. different types of warping creels. Yarn winding by P. Sengupta 2. computerized warping machines. Common faults in warper’s beam. pattern beam preparation for loom and sizing. slow.K. high and super high speed warping machines. process description. Bannerjee. Quality of good weaver’s beam. properties of size paste. vat and sulphur dyes. IIT Delhi 4. manual drawing-in. Wet Processing of Textiles II (NTT-403) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of dyes according to their mode of application. Quality of good warping beam. Various stop motions used in warping machines. sizing ingredients used for cotton and synthetic warp. their causes and remedies Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Sectional warping machines. reactive. exhaust and continuous dyeing. multicylinder sizing.K. Details of slasher sizing. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Causes and remedies of lapper and migration. Hot air sizing and high pressure sizing. Drawing-in: Objectives. An introduction to winding & warping by M. Common faults in beam. shore hardness of squeeze roll. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology: Syllabus provided by UPTU BOS 5. reed count system. their causes and remedies. Factors affecting size pick-up Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Common faults occurring in sizing beam. Various types of drying systems and their advantages & disadvantages. Tension devices and their setin. Talukdar 3. Textile Institute. Dyeing of polyester with disperse dyes. their causes and remedies.Unit (1): Objective of warping. U. Salient features of high and super high speed direct warping machines. Dteing of cellulosic material with direct.K. Knotting process and its limitations Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1.

Study of various systems of spinning: melt. calendaring. Heat setting. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Styles and methods of printing outline of various methods and their limitations. Milling. Various types of mechanical finishing such as singeing. classification of manmade fibre. and introduction to manufacturing processes of man-made fibres. spinning of filament yarns and staple fibre manufacturing. Technology of Printing. chip drying. Classification of finishing (mechanical and chemical). Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Various types of chemical finishing such as softner. Total Lectures required =9 Text Books and Reference material: 1. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Finishing: Introduction to finishing. cross dyeing of polyester and cellulosic blends. and silk with acid. metal complex dyes. wool. Application of finishes. napping.Various style of printing –direct style resist style and discharge style of printing. Technology of finishing. Dyeing of nylon and wool and wiil and acrylic blends. & coagulation bath. Manufacturing of Nylon 6 and 15 . Nylon polymer production by continuous polymerization in VK tube. brief idea about spinning head. Marsh. spinneret.basic principles.R. Technology of fdyeing.Unit (2): Dyeing of nylon. Shenai 4.R. anti piling.T. Chemical processing of cotton & p/c blends. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Polyamide fibre. and shrinking. A glimpse on the chemical technology of textile fibres. antistatic. oil & soil resistance. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6. Shenai 5. water repellent. by V. effect of process variable on properties of polyester fibre. Polyethylene Terephthalate fibre.ATIRA 2. Technology of printing. some dope additives for specialty polyester fibre. Properties of polyester fibre. printing auxiliaries.polymer production by DMT & PTA route. Dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres by E. dyeing of acrylic with basic dyes.Different types of polyamide fibres. flame retardant. brushing. easy care. raising. by V. spin finish application Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Introduction to synthetic fibres. Shenai 6. Properties of thickner.A. Application and type of printing thickners. Thickeners and their application . by V. quench chamber. Chakraborty 3. An introduction to Textile finishing by J. Textile Fibre-II (NTT-404) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): General definition of man-made or manufactured fibres. wet & dry spinning.A. by R. Trotman 7.A. bactericidal & fungicidal.

Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Acrylic fibre. wetr spinning of viscose rayon.6 by melt spinning. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 16 . Moncrief Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. formation of serrated edge cross-section of viscose rayon. Gupta & V.M. Production of Synthetic Fibres. by Gordon Cook 7.Nylon 6. Regenerated Cellulose fibre. viscose fibre properties.l dry-jet-wet spinning process. by A.B. Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibre. 6. by M. WEooding.K. concepts of regeneration of fibre.A. introduction of cellulose acetate rayon in brief. E. Kothari 2.W. Handbook of Textile fibre.E. Vaidhya 4. by C. Miller 3. Manufactured fibre Technology. Properties of Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 fibre. by R. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to regenerated fibre. Man Made Fibres. Introduction to cuprammonium rayon in brief. by V. Marcel & Dekkan Inc 5. Lewin.formation by dry spinning. manufacturing sequence of viscose fibre. Fibre Chemistry by M. Essential fibre chemistry. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 35 Reference Books: 1. Pearce. Raw material for viscose rayon.

flat speed and its impact. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. study of coiling mechanism. find out coils/layer. 17 .4TH SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-451: Yarn Manufacturing-I: Familarity with carding machine. Print cotton fabric using various styles of printing. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis . appropriate disperse. calculation pertaining to warping. acrylic and nylon using. various control and change places etc. types of packages produced by them and package faults. finding out individual draft and total draft in carding machine. setting according to type of material. speeds. practice in checking the quality of sliver and waste analysis. reactive. draft and production etc TT-452: Fabric Manufacturing-I Study of warping. direct. silk. checking the quality of sliver. namely. Evaluate colour fastness to washing. effect of various machine parameters in production and quality of sliver. calculation pertaining to gearing. constructional details of machines. study of construction details of draw frame. acid and basic dyes. Practice in handling. resist and discharge. and sizing. perspiration and rubbing properties TT-454: Textile Fibres-II Principle of microscopy. drawing-in. setting and gauging draw frame. change places and speed calculation of a carding machine. common fault and remedies. operation. constructional details. dyeing polyester. vat and sulphur dye. sizing. wool. weft winding and drawing-in TT-453: Wet Processing of Textiles-I: Dye cotton with direct. constant. microscopic identification of man-made fibres. light.

E. twist measurement. crimp. sliver lap. combing cycle. Booth 3.K. fineness. by V. dry and wet bulb hygrometer. spin finish. control of atmospheric conditions during testing. Measurement of physical properties of man-made fibres i. Tech.5th Semester B. fibre quality index etc. square and cut-square technique. absolute and relative humidity. Textile Technology 1. configuration of fibre feed and its effect on the quality of product and efficiency of comber. relation between structure and mechanical properties of fibres.e. Total Lectures required =8 18 . sampling. ribbon lap and super lap machines. denier. elongation. random sampling.P. operation. Hearle Laboratory work: As per lab syllabus 2. Savile 4. Twist tester. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): determination of yarn count. Knowles balance. level of twist. diameter. Quality control and testing management. classification of twist. relation between Ne. by W.W. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Atmospheric conditions for testing. effect of moisture on properties (physical. modulus. biased sampling. D. Instruments used for determination of count. yarn and fabric testing. Textile Testing-I (NTT-501) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to fiber. importance of moisture in textiles. average & resultant count of folded yarn. work of rupture.E. factors affecting the regain. direct counting method. Beeslay balance and physical balance. Morton and J. Shirley moisture meter. construction. bundle strength. by B. length. by J. maturity. moisture regain & moisture content and their measurement. T. strength. sampling techniques. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. system of lap preparation. colour and foreign matter including principle. Yarn Manufacture-III (NTT-502) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Objectives of combing. continuous twist tester. Kothari 2.B. length. Physical testing of textiles. & mechanical) of textile material. R. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanical properties of fibres. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Measurement of physical characteristics of cotton viz. twist-untwist method. Nm. quadrant balance. Physical properties of fibres. and calibration of the equipment in common use. selection of sample for testing. Principles of textile testing.S. twist tester. Twist.

reed & temples and their utility in loom. concept of comber waste. beating up motion. calculation pertaining to production and noil percentage. t.Eric Oxtoby 3. Venkatsubramani 4. primary. and idea of construction of tappet. Spun Yarn technology.W. and winding. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Negative and positive take up motion. process parameters for different materials. twist multiplier and roving twist Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1.p. various types of sheds. different types of roler drafting systems. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Common defects in roving package. healds. Cotton Spinning. Klein 2. timing and setting of comber for different classes of cotton. and production. differential motions and their working principles. Mechanism involved in drafting. A.Dr. Elements of Combing. general description of power looms.i. Khare 5.R. Recent developments in speed frame.Taggart Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3. setting and gauges in drafting zone. draft. important parts of speed frame and their functioning. secondary and auxiliary motions. concept of forward and backward feed.Unit (2): Important parts of comber and their functioning. their mechanical details.A. tappet shedding. Vol-I. early and late shedding. their causes and remedies. under pick and over pick mechanism. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanism of bobbin building. Fabric Manufacture-III (NTT-503) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to weaving process. negative and positive let-off motions. Spun Yarn technology. twisting. Total Lectures required =9 19 . A practical guide to combing and drawing. settings and adjustments. merits and demerits of negative and positive take-up and let-off motion. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Various ways of shedding. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Objectives of speed frame. causes of shuttle flying and shuttle trapping. basic principle of designing of cone drum. calculations pertaining to gearing. recent developments in combers.

Half drop and drop reverse design. side and centre weft fork motion. Complementary colours. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (4): Unit repeating design. Colour vision and light theory of colours. Total Lectures required = 11 Unit (2): Colour measurement. Sari border / vertical border design. gradation of hue. colour harmony. Relative spaces occupied by colours. Stripe and check effect designs. Application of colours. Factor affecting the woven designs. Mixed colour effect. Chromatic circle. Traditional Textile designs B K Behera 20 . Talukdar Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Modification of colours. Weaving Calculation. scope and limitation of dobby. Condition to be observed during ornamentation of fabrics. Total Lectures required =11 Unit (3): Composition of designs. Harmony of succession. production & efficiency and cover factor. Coloured greys.N.Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. by R. One third and one fourth drop design. description of various types of dobby’s. Weaving Mechanism by Fox 2. settings and adjustments. Attributes of the primary & secondary colours. Biren’s triangle. Sengupta 4. Colour and weave effect and its classification.Unit (4): Warp protecting motion. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Various timings and settings used on loom for filament weaving. Different stages of colouring of textile materials. & diagonal waved line base. Construction of symmetrical designs. Pigment theory of colours. preparation of chain/ lattice. Watson.Textile design and colour 2. negative and positive dobby. reversing inclined figure. Colours in combination. Colour contrast. contrast of tone. Numerical problems on loom speed. applications of colours. Mode shade. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (5): Art sheet based question covering all above units Grand total Lectures required = 34 Reference Books: 1. Secondary. Brewster circle. Primary. Colour & Design (NTT-504) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit (1): Light and colour phenomena. Geometric ornamentation. physical basis of colour. Bases of Textile design. Diamond. W. Weaving Mechanism by N. contrast in hue. Tertiary & compound colours. Ogee.K. Weaving machine and mechanism by M. Grey inspection and mending. Bennerjee 3. folding process and machines.. divisional colours. Emission & absorption theory of light.

herringbone twill. London. Total Lectures required = 8 Unit (2): Satin regular.J. Ripstop weave. Z. London. Fancy twillslarge diagonal shaded twills. 2. Fabric Structure (NTT-505) (L T P 2 1 0=3) Unit (1): Classification of various fabrics.5. Combined twills. weft faced & balanced twills. elongated twills. HS: Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0 =2) 21 . warp faced. Total Lectures Required = 9 Grand Total Lectures Required = 34 Reference Book: 1. Z. broken twill. Wave/ zig-zag. Huck-a-back and crepe weave. sateen base diagonals and brained twills. London. principle of figuring with extra material extra warp figuring. barley corn stitched hopsack and twilled hopsack. Grosicki. right hand twill. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile. mock leno. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6. ordinary honeycomb. construction of plain weave and its derivatives (rib and mat weave). irregular and their extension.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth. end to end and pickto-pick combination. ordinary twill. steep twills. weft and piques (1). Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. 3. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): derivatives of hopsack. extra weft. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Regular and irregular satin. curved twill. W. Simple and wadded bed ford cords (1). 4. limitation of extra thread. brighten honeycomb . Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. Diamond.

Measurement of hank of sliver. 22 . Fibre diameter and its variability. roving. roving and yarns. common fault and remedies. constant. Practice in checking the quality of sliver. draft and production etc. Yarn Manufacturing-III Practice in handling operation. cleanliness of cotton. its different parts and passage of material on it. Use of statistical techniques for evaluation of experimental results TT-552. Fabric Manufacturing-III Introduction to loom. hopsack. negative let-off and semi-positive let-off motions TT-555: Fabric Analysis: Analysis of various types of fabric structures like plain. jacquard shedding. TT-553.. dobby shedding. Textile testing-I Measurement of fibre length and its distribution. Analysis and interpretation of test results. comber lap and waste analysis. satin. beat up. under pick. twill. Calculation pertaining to gearing. barleycorn etc . Study of constructional details of machines: various controls and change places etc. five wheel take up. Names of parts.5th SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-551. . measurement of cover factor and crimp of fabrics. testing of neps in card web. moisture content and strength etc using different methods and instruments. fineness. Single yarn strength and elongation. comber and speed-frame. speeds. over pick. setting and gauging of lap former. setting and fitting of tappet shedding. Lea strength measurement. roving and count of yarn and their variability. seven wheel take up. sliver.

Instron tensile tester.P. principle and mechanism involved in drafting. knowledge about the equipment used. Scott serigraph. Classimat faults . twisting and winding. pilling. bursting strength. and stiffness of fabric. Quality control by V. yarn twist: terminology. Kothari. PPI. 2. Textile Testing-II (NTT-601) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Tensile properties of yarn and fabric. 23 . tearing strength. forces acting on yarn and traveler during spinning. Kothari. Principles of textile testing by J. yarn contraction due to twisting. Grab test. Test. 4. 2. lea strength tester. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Types of rings and travelers. 3. . concept of twist multiplier.6th Semester B. yarn tension in ring spinning.K.impact tester. stress-strain curve. principles and methods of evenness testing. propagation of twist. methods for finding of various modulus. single yarn strength tester. shrinkage.E. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference Books: 1. Brief introduction to FAST and KAWABATA. fabric B. crimp.S. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit (2): Procedure of determination of strength and elongation in the spun yarns. theory of spinning balloons. fabric strength tester. air permeability. Booth. tensile strength. yarn tensile strength testing machines. Yarn Manufacture-IV (NTT-602) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction and objective of ring frame. Textile Technology 1. important parts of ring frame and their functions. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Measurement of physical properties of fabric and the knowledge of the equipment used. thickness. Saville. Quality control and testing management by Dr. evaluation and interpretation of evenness diagram & spectrogram and their associated equipment. weight and cover factor. destination of tenacity. Physical testing of textiles by B. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (5): Measurement of water repellency. Tech. V. various methods for finding of yield point. nature and causes of irregularities.K. measurement of fastness to light and rubbing. EPI. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit(3): Measurement of evenness testing of yarns. thermal transmission. spinning triangle.

control of pneumafil waste. Reeling: Objects and terminology. Vol-I. System of harness mounting and tying. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. effect of ring rail lift and ring diameter on cop size. factors responsible for loss in efficiency.pirn and shuttle changing. calculation of draft. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Doubling: . Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): System of waste collection at ring frame and types of spinning wastes. Limitations of ring spinning. merits and limitations of compact spinning.Objects and terminology. limitations of jacquards. fancy yarns. types of reeling construction and working of a reel yarn bundling..Eric Oxtoby 4. control in yarn faults. cross border jacquards.Dr. common package size. production and draft.mechanical. Spun Yarn technology. ring frame calculations pertaining to TPI. basic yarn structure. Khare Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3. study of ring doublers. Spun Yarn technology. Compact spinning. Card cutting. The technology of short staple spinning. sewing thread and tyre Cord.R. Klein 3.W. yarn quality. end-use of compact spun yarns. yarn characteristics and comparison of yarn properties with ring yarn. warp stop motion. types of jacquards and their principle of working. Fabric Manufacture-IV (NTT-603) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Jacquards shedding. limitations of large package spinning. Venkatsubramani 5. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Automatic Looms. NCUTE Series 2. Routine & preventive maintenance practices in ring spinning. A. various motions of automatic looms. recent development in jacquards.mechanism of cop formation.Principle and mechanism of yarn formation. concept of average mill count at 4o’s conversion. electro-mechanical and electronic. Total Lectures required =9 24 . Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Recent developments in ring spinning. electronic jacquard.A. Elements of Ring frame & Doubling. TPI and production of ring frame & doubling frame.

silk. Methods of estimating molecular weight. Overall orientation by “sonic modulus tester. Introduction of non-woven fabrics. wool.Unit (3): Types of multiple box motion. and other textile fibres. Departmental Elective I 4. TGA. modern development in terry structure. Online process and quality control. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Thermal behavior of textile fibres by Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC) (2). Birefringence behavior. dielectric properties. Weaving Mechanism by Fox 2. fringing-motion. Weaving Calculation. brief description of various manufacturing processes of non-woven fabrics. Thermomechanical Analyser (TMA) Density gradient column (2). working principle of multiple box motion. crystallinity & crystalline orientation of fibre forming polymer. relation between fibre structure and fibre. Bennerjee 3. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. two colour and four colour drop box motion. Talukdar Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4.1 Structure & properties of Fibres (NTT-011) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Basic structural features of fibre. Concept of transmission electron microscope (TEM) Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). yarn to yarn friction measurement 25 . snap study Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Terry weaving: essential feature of terry weaving loom. estimation of productivity. fibre to fibre. brief description of pick-at-will. pick and pick motion. Atomic force microscopy. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (4): Optical properties of fibres (2). fibre friction measurement. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Introduction of narrow fabric manufacturing. thermal mechanical analysis (TGA) (2). fibre fracture. various principle of terry pile formation.K. Weaving machine and mechanism by M. fibre friction. Structure of Cotton. orientation. Preparation of density gradient coloumn (2) Crystallinity by density gradient coloumn.N. by R. Sengupta 4. Total Lectures Required = 87 Unit (2): Concept of scanning electron microscope (SEM). brief description of braiding machines and needle looms. Weaving Mechanism by N. Terry let-off-heading.

fabric defects. ASTM Standard books 7. thermal comfort. Total Lectures required =9 26 . methods of marker planning and marker use. Thermal behavior of material by Turi 4. Polymers by fibre & textiles encyclopedia 8. concept of moisture absorption by fibres (2). heat of absorption. Modern yarn production by Ray 5. (2). seam appearance. stitch classification. Finishing and inspection. integral heat of absorption. Sample cutting. ZFusing. Marker planning. Line balancing concept.S.2 Garment Manufacturing Technology (NTT-012)) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to garment manufacturing technology. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3) Introduction to garment cutting. Rate of moisture absorption Total Lectures Required = 10 Grand Total of lectures required = 38 Reference Book: 1. joining material. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Introduction to measurement of fabric dimensional properties. spreading of the fabric.W. methods of cuttings Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to seam. objective evaluation of fabric. damages (thermal and mechanical). methods of spreading. Moisture absorption. Mukhopadhyaya 4. Textile fibres by ATIRA 6. stitch structure. Pressing. seam performance. Gupta. objective of cuttings.K.B.Total Lectures Required = 87 Unit (5): Creep behavior (2). Physical properties of fibre by J. surface characteristics. seam failure. Hearle 3. Kothari 2. Fabtic inspection and feedback to back process. seam puckering and seam testing. V. fabric assurance by sample testing. seam degradation. fabric packages. to form a lay. Manufactured fibre technology by V.K. stitch. low stress fabric properties. Kawabata system. Quantitative theory of heat moisture absorption . Advances in fibre source by S. Efficiency of Marker planning. Sewing. differential heat of absorption. seam formation. spreading requirements. fabric comfort.

London. Practical Clothing Construction Part I & II by Mary Methews Laboratory work: NA Departmental Elective II 5. 2. medium and long staple spinning systems. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3) Damask weaves. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. structural properties of blended yarns. Ornamentation of terry weave. processing of garments and special garment finishes.J. Tapestry. Garment Manufacturing Technology by By T Ramchandran 3. factors affecting the blend irregularity. Z. Velvet.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth. double cloths. Lappet and Swivel weave. self stitched. Velveteen. Z. Spinnability. London. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Gauge and leno weave with their mechanism. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. W. warp backed cloths with weeding threads. inter changing double cloth. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile. Colour and weave effect. Total Lectures Required = 10 Unit 2: Spinning of dyed fibres. 2. 4. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2) Turkish towel. weft backed cloths. processing of Man made fibres & blends on short. blending & its objectives.2 Multi & Long Fibre Spinning (NTT-022) (L T P 2 1 0=3) Unit 1: Characteristics of manmade fibres. spinnability.Unit (5): Inportance of garment processing and finishes. Total Lectures Required = 8 27 . London. Types of carpets and classification of carpets. types of garment. blending. triple cloth. cut effect in interchanging double cloths. Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. figured pique. 3. Grosicki. 5. Ondule fabric. 3. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 34 Reference Book: 1. center stitched. estimation of blends intimacy. Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Technology By T Ramchandran 2.1 Advance Fabric structure (NTT-021) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Backed cloths. draft & peg plan for above weaves. and its objectives. Brocade.

names of parts. W Redcliff 6. drop box motions. manufacturing of spun silk. Woolen & Worsted yarn manufacture by J. Yarn Manufacturing-IV Operating. shrinkage and air permeability. Names of parts. study of constructional details of machinery. 28 . Spun Yarn technology: Etic Oxtoby 2. bursting. fabric testing for dimension. elongation at break. . twist and diameter. tensile. Wool Spinning by Vickerman. modulus. tenacity. Fabric Manufacturing-IV Construction. measurement of evenness. TT-553. Abhishek Publication 4. abrasion resistance. characteristic difference in the physical & mechanical properties of various long staple fibres & their influence in the choice of preparatory & spinning machinery. retting of flax. draft. Worsted Drawing & Spinning by Miles 6. Jute & flax spinning. Principle of woolen spinning by Priestman 5. speeds. Jute Spinning Calculation by Andrew Smith 7. crease recovery and draping qualities of fabric TT-552. weight. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand total lectures required =34 Reference book:1. HS: Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0) 6h SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-551. Spun yarn technology: Eric Oxtoby. & jute. common yarn faults and their remedies. setting and fitting of warp protecting. calculations pertainingto gearing. Fabric testing for elongation.Unit 3: Production of bulked yarn. Textile Testing-II Use of microscope for testing of yarns for appearance. Practice in checking the quality of single and double yarn. and shuttle box. crimp rigidity. warp and weft stop motions. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 4: Woolen. thickness.. setting of automatic pirn change. various controls. constant. setting and gauging of ring frame and doubling frame. TPI and production in ring frame and doubling frame. measurement of yarn strength. and tearing strength. change places etc. glexural rigidity. 3. semi-worsted & worsted systems of spinning.

control of neps. Total Lectures required =9 Grant Total of lectures Required =35 Reference Books: 1. Total Lectures required =7 29 . control of quality of knot. control of yarn faults and package defectsslubs. machinery audit. strength and their variability. Open Elective from Other Department 1. optimizing quality of preparation. control of comber waste. minimizing end breakage in warping. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Control of yarn quality. quality of warping beam.7th Semester B. Textile Technology 1. calculation pertaining to waste & yarn realization Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3) Measurement and analysis of productivity. Process Control in Spinning by ATIRA 2. controlling end breakage rate in ring spinning. crackers. selection of reeds. control of productivity. Tech. systems of process control in weaving. concept of bale management.count. process control in weaving.1 Process Control in Spinning (NTT-701) (L T P 2 0 0) Unit (1): Importance of evolving a system for process control. control of soft waste and hard waste. study of CV% (within bobbin and between bobbin).R. control of mixing quality through fibre characteristics.2 Process Control in Weaving (NTT-702) (L T P 2 0 0) Unit (1): Scope of process control. dressing of the beams for reducing incidence of cross ends. spinner’s doubles. single yarn strength and elongation %. norms for waste and cleaning efficiency in blow room & card. maximizing machine efficiency in ring spinning. control of productivity. Salhotra 1. Control of yarn unevenness. selection of healds. producing good package. factors responsible for loss in efficiency. setting norms and schedule of checks. imperfections and hairiness. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (2): Control of waste in blow room and carding. simultaneous control of mixing cost and quality. bad piecing & slough off. control of variability of lea strength. concept of yarn realization. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Process control in warping. assessment of performance of blow room & card. means to improve productivity. Process Control in Spinning by K.

designing and fitting. analysis of claims. procurement procedure. Weaving tablets by ATIRA 2. construction and analysis of R charts. Defects. concept change. causes and remedies of fabric defects. UNIT-II: Quality Management Organization structure and design. Machine catalogues of various machines manufacture 3. TQM Modern concept. MTTF. Manufacturing Quality: Methods and techniques for manufacture. Review of design. economics of quality value and contribution. evaluation of supplies. quality of sized beams. responsibility. process control in grey inspection. construction and analysis of charts. quality cost. calculation of reliability. Control on Purchased Product: Procurement of various products. control of yarn stretch. cooperation of groups. choice recipe and size pick-up. quality function. construction and analysis of C charts. process capability study. Process control in weaving by ATIRA 2. improvement by control chart.Unit (3): Process control in sizing. Theory of control charts. control of warp and weft breakage. operators attitude. 2. control of size pickup. inspection and control of product. Evolution of proto type. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Process control in loom shed. Development of sources. control of productivity. identification and analysis of defects. UNIT-III: Control Charts. organization for different type products and company. correcting measure. seduction program. evaluation of reliability. maintainability.1 Open elective from other department Quality Management (NOE-072) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-I : Quality Concepts: Evolution of Quality Control. Human Factor in quality (11) Attitude of top management. control of productivity. zero defects. quality in sales and services. variable sample size. snap study and time and motion study. optimizing quality cost. Quality concept in design. quality circle. causes of apparatus error and corrective methods. factors responsible for loss in efficiency. reliability control. Attributes of Control Chart . use of control charts. interpretation of test results. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 32 Reference Books 1. 30 . decentralization. building reliability in the product. capacity verification. UNIT -IV : Defects diagnosis and prevention defect study. guarantee. and folding sections. measurement range. factors affecting reliability.

game with mixed strategies. Taguchi method. 3. special cases of Linear Programming. Quality Systems: Elements of Queuing model. solving the OR model. Gen. Wayne L. CPM and PERT. 2.2003. single server models. UNIT-IV: Theory of Games: Rectanagular games. 4. Hamdy H.G. 1990. Text / Reference Books: 1. phases of OR study.2 OPERATION RESEARCH (NOE-073) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-I: Introduction: Difinition and scope of operations research (OR). Winston. graphical solution of 2 x n or m x 2 games. McGraw Hill. UNIT-III : Network Teachniques: Shortest path model. art of modelling. Models of inventory. “TQM in New Product manufacturing”. duality. Text / Reference Books: 1. “Total Quality Management” New Age International. Project Management: Phases of project management. transportation algorithms. guidelines for network construction. V. generalized poisson queing model. reduction to linear programming model. senstivity analysis. quantity discount. OR model. “Total Quality Management”. 2. (12) UNIT-V: Inventory Control. Lal. “Beyond Total Quality Management”. Max-Flow problem and Min-cost problem.Khanna. Simplex method. 2. 3. equipments that fail with time.K. Replacement. Eastern Limited.. 2008. R. H. Minimax theorem. Assignment: Allocation and assignment problems and models. Greg Bounds. minimum spanning Tree Problem. UNIT-II : Transportation Problems: Types of transportation problems. “Operations Research-An Introduction” Pearson Education. ISO 9000 series. operation of inventory system. Linear Programming: Two variable Linear Programaming model and Graphical method of solution. mathemataical models . Lt. “Operations Research” PHI Learning. H. 1994. 2008. Menon. Replacement models: Equipments that deteriorate with time. JIT in some details. 31 . Panneer Seevam. Taha.UNIT –V: ISO-9000 and its concept of Quality Management. processing of job through machines. McGraw Hill 1992.2003. Dual Simplex method.”Operations Research” Thomson Learning.

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Advance Spinning Technology (NTT-704) (L T P 3 1 0)
Unit-1: Limitation of ring spinning, Principles of unconventional method of yarn
manufacturing open-end spinning process, Advantages and Limitations of open-end
spinning process, Classification of new spinning yarn technology.
Total Lectures Required = 10
Unit-2: Rotor spinning- Objects of rotor spinning, Principle of operation, Raw material
requirements(1), opening unit, yarn formation, Design of rotor, Navel and yarn
withdrawal tube, Automation, yarn characteristics comparison of yarn properties with
ring yarn and rotor yarn. Total Lectures Required = 8
Unit-3: Friction spinning- Principle, DREF-2 and DREF-3, yarn formation , yarn quality,
yarn structure(1) fibre specifications for optimum results, merits & limitations, Twist less
spinning-TNO process and TWILLO process(1), Traveller-less NOVA Spinning.
Total Lectures Required = 8
Unit-4: Air jet Spinning-Principle, concept of false twist, Fasciated yarn, Murata jet
spinning, operation principle(1) Raw material requirement, Effect of process variables on
yarn twist & tenacity, yarn quality, limitation of air jet yarns, self twist process.
Total Lectures Required = 8
Unit-5: Bobtex ICS process, Wrap spinning, plyfil spinning, SIRO spinning, Electrostatic
spinning, Core spinning compact spinning. Total Lectures Required = 8
Grant Total of Lectures Required =42
Reference Book1. NCUTe Series
2. The technology of short staple spinning- W. Klein
3. Spun Yarn technology- Eric Oxtoby
4. Spun Yarn technology, A. Venkatsubramani

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Knitting Technology (NTT-705) (L T P 3 1 0)
Unit 1: Difference between knits and wovens, knitting terms and definitions (Course,, wale,
stitch density) different type of knitting needles: bearded needle, latch needle, sinker, jack,
cam arrangement, overlap, under lap, closed lap, open lap. Total Lectures required =8
Unit 2: Comparison of warp and weft knitting, Classification of weft knitting machine,
elements of knitting machine like type of needles, sinkers, etc Needle numbering system,
technology of loop formation, geometry of loop structure, Elements of loop structure: needle
loop, sinker loop, relation between yarn count, machine gauge and stitch density. Total
Lectures required =9
Unit 3: Classification of knit-structures, loop formation on: single jersey, Rib machines and
inters look machines, socks knitting technology, Loop formation on flat bed machine
Total Lectures required =9

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Unit 4: Four primary base knitting structures: Plain knitted fabric, Rib fabric, Interlock and
Purl fabric, Special knitting machines: Fabric machine, garment length machine, flat
machine, circular machine fabrics and Spacer fabrics. Total Lectures required =7
Unit 5: Basic warp knitting machines, classification of warp knitting, Modern developments
in weft knitting technique, calculations regarding production, gsm, stitch density etc, Causes
and remedies of faults of knitted fabrics. Total Lectures required =9
Grand total of lectures required = 42
Reference and Text Book1. Knitting Technology – Chamberlin
2. Knitting Technology – W.J. Spencer
3. International Textile Journel – Knitting
4. Knitting Calculation – Chamberlin
5. Wet Knitting Vol. 1&2 –Published by IIT New Delhi.
6. Knitting – NCUTE

Laboratory work: S per Lab Syllabus

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Departmental Elective III

5.1

Nonwoven (NTT-031) (L T P 3 1 0=4)
Unit 1: National and international scenario on non-woven fabric production, Concept
about felts and non woven, Classification of non-woven fabrics, fibres for non-woven
fabrics, ., Felt Manufacturing process
Total Lectures Required =9
Unit 2: Various method of web formation, web chrematistic and their influence on
properties of non-woven fabrics, (3) Non woven fabric by Needle punch, Description of
needle punching machine, effect of process variables on properties of needle punch fabric
Total Lectures Required =9
Unit 3: Non-woven fabric by hydroentanglement, Description of hydroentanglement
machine, effect of process variables on properties of hydroentanglement non woven
fabric, Non-woven fabric by adhesive bonding, mechanical bonding, Melt blown process
of non-woven fabric manufacturing
Total Lectures Required =8
Unit 4: Non-woven fabric by Stitch bonding, Non-woven fabric by chemical bonding,
Non-woven fabric by bonding with thermoplastic adhesives, Non-woven fabric by Spun
laced, Effect of process variables on properties of stitch bonding, chemical bonding spun
laced non-woven fabrics
Total Lectures Required =8
Unit 5: Flocked fabric, Laminates, latest development in non-woven industry: ultrasonic
bonding, Infra-red bonding, bonding by bi-component fibres,. Application of various non
woven fabrics
Total Lectures Required =8
Grand total of Lectures Required= 42

Reference & Text Books
1. Non Woven – N.N. Banarjee
2. Non woven – NCUTE

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3. Knitting technology : Spencer

5.2

Fibre Reinforced Composites (NTT-032) ( L T P 3 1 0=4)
Unit 1: Definition of composites, Types of composites - fibre particulate and laminar composites,
Fibre composites: Constituents - functions of fibre and matrix
Total Lectures Required =9
Unit 2: Types of high performance fibres - properties - types of matrix materials - Thermoset
and Thermo plastics properties: short fibre composites, fibre matrix interface, coupling agents,
coupling of interfaces and interfacial reaction in fibre composites, fracture mode in fibre
composites. Total Lectures Required =9
Unit 3: Introduction to fibre reinforced composite material manufacturing techniques, Textile
performs for composites: weaving, knitting, braiding. Total Lectures Required =8
Unit 4: Vacuum bagging, compression molding, injection molding, pultrusion, thermoforming,
filament winding, resin transfer molding. Total Lectures Required =8
Unit 5: Testing of composites- Fibre volume fraction -Laminar tensile - shear - compression and flexural properties, applications of fibre reinforced composites
Total Lectures Required =8
Grand Total of Lectures Required =42

Reference Books:

1. D hull An Introduction to composite materials, Cambridge university press, 1998
2. L Gupta “Advanced Composite Materials”, Himalayan Book, New Delhi, 1998
3. Mathews F.L and Rawlings R.D “Composite Materials Engineering science” Chapman
and Hall London, 1994
4. Hearle. J.W.S “High performance fibres composites and engineering textile structures”
JTI (special issue) 1990
5. Textile Progress monogram on “Hybrid yarns and textile performing for thermoplastic
composites” by R. Alagirusamy, R Fangueiro, V. Ogale and N. Padaki Textile Progress
2006 Vol 38 No. 4 (Wood Head Publishing Limited)
6. De.S.K. and White J.R. Short fibre polymer composites, Wood head, 2001

7th SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS
TT-705: Knitting Technology
To study the path of yarn through circular and flat knitting machine, different knitting elements
including the cam system, driving mechanism of plain knitting machine, cloth take-up mechanism of
plain knitting m/c, rib knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needles, cam, system and
driving mechanism, Interlock knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needle, cam system
and driving mechanism, Warp knitting machine constructional details and mechanism of operation.

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Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Introduction of geo textile. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Smart textiles. Design definitions.non-implantable material wound dressings. Healthcare/ hygiene products. fabrics and clothing Tao X 3. textiles used in industry such as filtration. musical jacket. face mast etc.woven. active smart textiles. UNIT –II: Morphology of design. identification of need. safety razor etc. finishing net etc. Analysis of need. Orthopedic implants. cut prof. helmets etc. classification of geo textiles. definition and scope. functional. Shears handbook of industrial Textiles. antimicrobrial. flame retardant. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Manufacture and properties of protective textiles. implantable material. surgical gown. essential properties of geo textiles. types of technical textiles. chemical resistance. headliners. durability determinants Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. technology based developments physical relaibility & economic feasibility of design concepts. bandages. design by evolution. Anand 2. Hydraulic determinants. space suit etc. thermal and chemical properties of filter fabric. divergent. examples such as evolution of sewing M/C. passive smart textiles. seat upholstery.C.water proof/coated and water repellent. mechanical resistance such as bullet proof. Nuclear and biological resistance. Horrocks & S. erosion control/ absorption. finishing treatment of filter fabric. bicycle. smart suit. etc. automotive textiles: type cord. drainage (fluid transmission). stab proof Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Medical textiles. separation.. brief discussion of smart shirt. crop cover.R.A. liver lung. Hand book of technical textiles. 1. Smart fibre. objective of geo textiles. Agro textile: Shade net. 35 . plasters. fibres used. old and new design methods. green house film. transformation and convergent phases of product design. Cardiovascular implants. air bag.Mechanical determinants. brief introduction of smart textiles. carpets. need based developments.1 Open Elective from Other Departments Technical Textiles (NTT-801) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit (1): Introduction to technical textile. seat belt. manufacturing of geo textile. functions of geo textilesoil reinforcement. Mulch net. classification of medical textiles. aesthetics. classification of smart textiles.suture. needle felt & knitted filter fabric. filtration. anti hail and bird protection net. Design criteria. essential requirements of good filter fabric. medical cost. filter fabric construction. soft tissue implant.2 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (NOE-083) (L T P 3 1 0=4) UNIT-1: Concept of Product.8TH SEMESTER TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 1. Extra-corporal devices – Artificial kidney. 1.

Types of staff organization. Total of lectures required=8 Unit-3: Balancing of machines for spinning and weaving mills Layout of different machines of spinning and weaving. UNIT-V: Existing techniques.. Mental blocks. Cost volume. Creativity.D. profit analysis. wage system in textile mill. Ventilation in textile mill. Total of lectures required = 10 Unit (5) Calculation regarding payback period and Break-even point. 4. Chitab& R. SQC etc. Failure rate. Man-machine interface. C. Optimum spares from Reliability considerations. lighting used in textile mill. Reliability of systems in series and parallel. Decision making under Multiple Criteria. Morephological techniques. Use of Standards for Design.C. Check list. Gupta “Product design & Manufacturing” – Prentice Hall (EE) 2. flexible budget. for improving method & quality of product. colour. Bath tub curve. shape. Chabra 3. single and multistoried buildings. Predetermining spinning and weaving cost. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by S. K Sharma 36 . Organization & management by Tarachand 2. Staff organization system in textile mills.M. Innovation versus Invention. Removal blocs. Utility Valaue. Fire hazards and their control Safety rules for textile industry. waste cost in textile mill. Product Design” Bussiness Books. such as work-study. Prevention tours accidents. Anthroprometric data and its importance in design. Cain.D. Total of lectures required = 8 Grant total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material 1. labour and material cost. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-2: Humidification of a textile mill. Compatibility of displays and controls. introduction to cost terms and purposes. size. Utility Concept. Viability evaluation of a project. Application of Computers in Product development & design. Master budget. Design of display and controls. Industrial Engineering. Crewford. Economic aspects. Ergonomic aspects. “The Technology of creation Thinking” Prentice Hall. form. UNIT-IV: Reliability considerations. Break-even analysis. cost allocation. MTTF and MTBF. Construction of building of a textile mill. C. Technological Forecasting. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers. “Product Design & Decision” Bussiness Books. Air conditioning and refrigeration System. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by T. 2. UNIT –III: Transformations.ergonomics.. Ideation techniques.. Utility Index. Preparation of project report). R. “Engg. Cain. process costing.P. Mill Planning & Organization (NTT-803) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Selection of site for a textile mill.K. Text/Reference Books: 1. Total of lectures required=7 Unit-4: Costing. Types of buildings. Fixed and variable costs. Brainstorming& Synetics. A. 3.

hardness. Materials. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (5): Relation of fabric properties to simple geometry. constraints. F.B. Selection of best possible solution.1 Theory of Textile Structure (NTT-041) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of yarns. estimation of strength of blended yarn Total Lectures required =6 Unit 3: Mechanism of staple fibre yarns. economic & financial feasibility. Textile structure. Factor of safety. relationship of yarn number and twist factor. relation between cover and weight per unit area of fabric.3. Textile Yarn.idealized yarn geometry. Grossberg. Preliminary design. hexagonal close packing and radial packing. twist and strength relationship. ideal packing. Selection of Materials: Classification of Engg. Goswami. Brain storming. flexible and rigid thread model. Materials. strength parameters with reference to stress-strain diagram.G. J. Feasibility study technical feasibility. specifications. spinability of textile fibres.Textile institute 3. Selection of Fits and tolerances and analysis of dimensional chains. Martindale. packing of fibres in a yarn. method of measurement of twist contraction. Fabric cover. Total Lectures Required =11 37 . relation with end-breakage rate. Mechanical properties of the commonly used engg. Generation of solution field (solution variants). Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Elements of fabric geometry. translation of fibre properties into yarn properties. 3. Pierce’s geometry. Pierce’s equation and later modifications. mechanism of migration.2 Mechanical Machine Design (NTT-042) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Design Philosophy: Problem identification.J. S. Backer. Detailed design. Scardine 2. Hearle. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (2): Fibre migration: mean fibre position. amplitude of migration and frequency of migration. cloth setting theories.L. cover factor and their significance. packing factor and its measurement. crimp balance equation. societal & environmental feasibility.S.problem statement. crimp interchange in woven fabric.C. Theoretical treatment of fabric deformation in tension Total Lectures required =10 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 1. limit of twist. yarn diameter. Departmental Elective IV 3. Yarn geometry.W. spinning-in coefficient and fibre extent.

Design of power screws. turning Moment diagram.Norton. band brakes. Selection of belt. New Delhi. design of chain drives with sprockets.K. Couplings & Flywheel: Design of Keys – Flat. Condition for Transmission of max. I). position. design of cotter and knuckle joints. Keys.C. temperature. and microcontrollers. Multidisc. Mechanical Engg. control elements. Thermal Considerations in brake designing.Tata MacGraw Hill. New York. design of flywheel –solid disk & rimmed flywheels. Cotter & Knuckle Joints: Design of various types of riveted joints under different static loading conditions. PHI. Machine Design : S. Departmental Elective V 4. Brakes: Various types of Brakes. 4. flow). Overview of basic digital electronic: Gates and ICs. Total lectures required =8 38 . PHI. Control and automation by microprocessors. Total Lectures Required =10 Grant Total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material : 1. Riveted Joints.Gupta. Design of machine elements-C S Sharma. Total lectures required =9 Unit 3: Various types of sensors and transducers used in textile industry ( displacement. V. force. Overview of basic analog electronics (R L C. pressure. 3. Eccentrically loaded bolted joints in shear and under combined stresses. Total lectures required =8 Unit 4: Signal conditioning. coefficient of fluctuation of energy and speed. 6. Total lectures required =9 Unit 2: Basic circuits used for controllers.Chitale and R. 2.First Metric Editions: Joseph Edward Shigley-MGH. design of rope drives. A. Kamlesh Purohit. Design . Data acquisition analysis. Kennedy Keys. Splines. Design of Machine Elements – V. New York. Addison Wesley. Couplings design – Rigid & Flexible coupling. eccentrically loaded riveted joints. Bhandari – Tata McGraw Hill. Design of shoe brakes – Internal & external expanding.Unit 2: Mechanical Joints: ISO Metric Screw Threads. MGH. Kulkarini . Torque transmitting capacity. 4. Engineering design – George Dieter. Design of friction clutches – Disc. Cone & Centrifugal. system and examples. Bolted joints in tension. 7. Design of various types of welding joints under different static load conditions.G. Power. Total Lectures Required =11 Unit 3: Belt rope and chain drives: Design of belt drives. Machine Design An Integrated Approach: Robert L. 5. Self energizing condition of brakes. Total Lectures Required =10 Unit 4: Clutches: Various types of clutches in use.1 Electronics in Textiles (NTT-051) Unit 1: Overview of applications of electronic and controls in textile equipments and machines. Flat & V-belt drives. Product Design and Manufacturing .B.

nozzle parameters affecting characteristics of airjet. blowing sequence of relay nozzles and timing control. problems encountered.e. weaving machine timings.e. Text Books and Reference material: 39 . weft tensioning. weft citting. weft control mechanism. sequence of weft insertion. Solid state electronic devices: D K Bhattacharya 3. Total Lectures required =9 Unit 3: The rapier system of weft insertion. some applications of data acquisition and control systems in textiles. weft measuring. double cam beat-up. advantage of shuttle less looms over shuttle looms Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Basic principle of sulzer projectile weaving. classification of shuttle-less looms. sequence of weft insertion i. picking mechanism. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books & Reference Materila 1. Semiconductor Devices and Circuits. weaving machine timing advantages and limitations of sulzer looms. classification of rapier looms and its description. flexible and rigid rapier. path of yarn on weaving machine. sequence of weft insertion i. feeding of yarn to main nozzle. loom timing Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Working principle of air-jet weaving. Toggle-torsion bar picking mechanism. Principle of semiconductor devices: Sima Dimitrejev 4. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Water-jet weaving machine: principle of weft insertion. various systems of weft insertion. drying of fabric on weaving machine. beating-up. Total lectures required =8 Grand Total of Lectures required = 42 Reference books: 1. card cutting. shuttle less weaving with more than one weft. weft supply system. weft supply system. nozzle pump design. card wielding and card pasting). weft gripping. weft stop motion and selvedge formation . tip transfer and loop transfer. card reading. essential requirements of shedding. air drag force & factors affecting air drag force.Unit 5: Motor and power drives. feeding of yarn to projectile. design of nozzle. Cam driven shedding (dobby.2 ADVANCE Weaving Technology (NTT-052) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Principle of operation of shuttle-less loom. quality of air required.: Aloke K Dutta 2.Problems in air-jet weaving machine. its remedies. quality of water required.

Ormerod 40 . Modern development in weaving machine. by Robinson Modern weaving preparation and machinery. by Duxburg Weaving mechanism. by Talukdar. 3. by A. machine and management. 2. 4.1. Weaving mechanism.

Subject Code 1 NAS-301/ NOE-031-039 Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total Subject Total Cre dits THEORY SUBJECT Engg.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.III S.U. Tech. Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithm NOE-032 Nano Sciences NOE-033 Laser Systems and Applications NOE-034 Space Sciences NOE-035 Polymer Science & Technology NOE-036 Nuclear Science NOE-037 Material Science NOE-038 Discrete Mathematics NOE-039 Applied Linear Algebra 41 4 4 4 4 2 3 1 1 1 1 25 . TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2014-15] YEAR 2nd. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. No. SEMESTER. Mathematics-III/ 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 Science based Open Elective 2 NTT-301 Yarn Manufacture-I 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 3 NTT-302 Fabric Manufacture-I 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 NTT-303 Wet Processing of 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 Textiles-I 5 NHU-301/ Industrial Psychology/ 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 NHU-302 Industrial Sociology 6 NTT-304 Textile Fibre-I 2 1 0 15 10 25 50 75 AUC-001/ Human Value & 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75* AUC-002 Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-351 Yarn Manufacture-I 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 Lab 8 NTT-352 Fabric Manufacture-I 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 Lab 9 NTT-353 Wet Processing of 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 Textiles-I Lab 10 NTT-354 Textile Fibre-I Lab 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 11 NGP-301 General Proficiency 50 Total 18 5 10 1000 Paper Code Science Based Open Electives: NOE-031 Introduction to Soft Computing (Neural Network.

SEMESTER. Tech. Subject Code 1 NOE-041 NOE-049/ NAS-401 NTT.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.401 NTT-402 NTT-403 Name of Subject Science based Open Elective /Engg. No. Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithm Nano Sciences Laser Systems and Applications Space Sciences Polymer Science & Technology Nuclear Science Material Science Discrete Mathematics Applied Linear Algebra 42 25 . Mathematics-III 2 Yarn Manufacture-II 3 Fabric Manufacture-II 4 Wet Processing of Textiles-II 5 NHU401/ Industrial Psychology/ NHU402 Industrial Sociology 6 NTT-404 Textile Fibre-II AUC-002/ Cyber Security/ AUC-001 Human Value & Professional Ethics PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-451 Yarn Manufacture-II Lab 8 NTT-452 Fabric Manufacture-II Lab 9 NTT-453 Wet Processing of Textiles-II 10 NTT-454 Textile Fibre-II 11 NGP-401 General proficiency Total Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECT Subject Total Credi ts 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 100 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 15 15 10 10 25 25 50 50 75 75* 3 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 1 18 5 10 50 50 1000 Science Based Open Elective: NOE-041 NOE-042 NOE-043 NOE-044 NOE-045 NOE-046 NOE-047 NOE-048 NOE-049 Introduction to Soft Computing (Neural Network. TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2014-15] YEAR 2nd.IV S. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.U.

551 Textile Testing-I Lab 8 NTT-552 Yarn Manufacture-III Lab 9 NTT-553 Fabric Manufacture-III Lab 10 NTT-555 Fabric Analysis Lab 11 NGP-501 General proficiency Total Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECT Subject Total Credi ts 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 30 30 30 15 15 20 20 20 20 10 10 50 50 50 50 25 25 100 100 100 100 50 50 150 150 150 150 75 75 4 4 4 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 1 16 5 10 50 50 1000 *HS: To be decides by UPTU 43 25 . TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2015-16] YEAR 3rd . LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. Tech.U.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. SEMESTER. No Subject Code Name of Subject 1 NTT 501 Textile Testing-I 2 NTT-502 Yarn Manufacture-III 3 NTT-503 Fabric Manufacture-III 4 NTT-504 Colour & Design 5 NTT-505 Fabric Structure 6 HS PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT.V S.

VI S. Subject Code Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECT 1 2 3 4 NTT-601 Textile Testing-II 3 1 0 30 NTT-602 Yarn Manufacture-IV 3 1 0 30 NTT-603 Fabric Manufacture-IV 3 1 0 30 NTT-011/ NTT. TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2015-16] YEAR 3rd. NTT-011 Structure & Properties of fibres 2. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.U.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. NTT-022 Advance Fabric Structure/ Multi & Long Fibre Spinning 44 Subject Total Credi ts 20 20 20 20 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 150 150 150 150 4 4 4 4 10 25 50 75 3 10 25 50 75 2 10 10 10 50 20 20 20 50 30 30 30 50 50 50 50 50 1000 1 1 1 1 25 . NTT-021 2. No . Tech.Advance Fabric 2 1 0 15 022 Structure/ Multi & Long Fibre Spinning 6 HS 2 0 0 15 PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-651 Textile Testing-II Lab 0 0 3 10 8 NTT-652 Yarn Production Lab 0 0 3 10 9 NTT-653 Fabric Production Lab 0 0 2 10 10 NTT-654 SEMINAR 2 11 NGP-601 General proficiency 16 5 10 Total *HS: To be decided by UPTU Departmental Elective I 1. NTT-012 Garment Manufacturing Technology Departmental Elective II 1.Structure & Properties 3 1 0 30 012 of Fibre/ Garment Manufacture Technology 5 NTT-021/ NTT. SEMESTER.

TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2016-17] YEAR 4th . No. NTT-703 Dynamics of Textile Machines 4.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. NOE-072 Quality Management 3. Subject Code 1 NTT-701/ NTT-703 2 NOE-071/ NOE-072/ 3 U. NTT-701 Process Control in Spinning Open Elective from other departments -II 1.VII Name of Subject Periods Evaluation Scheme Subject Cred Total its L T P Sessional ESE Assessment C T Tot T A al THEORY SUBJECT Process Control in 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 Spinning/ Dynamics of Textile Machines Entrepreneurship 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Development / Quality Management/ Operation Research NOE-073 NTT-706 Principles & Design of 3 1 Spinning Machines 4 NTT-705 Knitting Technology 3 1 5 NTT-031/ Non Woven/ Fibre 3 1 NTT-032 Reinforced Composite PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 6 NTT-751 PROJECT 0 0 7 NTT-752 Industrial Training 0 0 8 NTT-755 Knitting Technology 0 0 NGP-701 General Proficiency Total 14 4 Open Elective from other departments -I 3. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. NOE-071 Entrepreneurship Development 2. NOE-073 Operation Research Departmental Elective 1.S. NTT-031 Mill Planning & Organization 2 NTT-032 Fibre Reinforced Composite 45 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 30 30 20 20 50 50 100 100 150 150 4 4 8 2 2 10 50 75 10 50 75 20 100 150 75 50 50 1000 4 2 1 13 30 25 . Tech. SEMESTER.

NTT-051 Electronics in Textiles 2.U. SEMESTER. Tech.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. 1 2 Subject Code NTT-801/ NTT. No .VIII S. NTT-053 Principles & Design of Weaving Machines 46 1000 25 . NTT-801 Technical Textiles 2. NOE-082 Product Development Departmental Elective IV 1. NTT-042 Mechanical Machine Design Departmental Elective IV 1. TEXTILE ENGINEERING [Effective from the Session 2016-17] YEAR 4th . NTT-041 Theory of Textile Structure 2.082 NTT-802 3 NTT-041/ NTT-042 4 NTT-051/ NTT-053 Name of Subject Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT T Tot A al THEORY SUBJECT 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 L Technical Textiles/ Product Development Mill Planning & Organization Theory of Textile structure / Mechanical Machine Design Electronics in Textiles/ Principles & Design of Weaving Machines PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 5 NTT-851 PROJECT 6 NTT-852 SEMINAR NGP-801 General Proficiency Total Periods T P Subject Total Credi ts 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 12 100 100 150 250 7 0 0 3 100 100 100 2 50 12 4 15 Open Elective from Other Deptt 1. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.

Grid bars and their setting. Transport control and regulation of material in blow room. Mixing different cotton varieties. different types of mixing & blending. Tech.Dr.-I. Chellamani 9. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Unit (4): Lap forming mechanism. Principles of opening and cleaning. Calculations pertaining to production of blow room and cleaning efficiency. use of anti-static agents. modern blow room line. performance assessment of blow room. Elements of raw cotton & blow room. Maintenance practices in Blowroom Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 8. Textile Engineering 1. difference between mixing & blending. working of contamination separators. Chute/flock feed systems and their comparison.3rd Semester B. Blow room line for synthetic fibres. Lap rejection. Objective of tinting. objective of ginning. selection of beating/ cleaning points according to type of cotton and their suitable combinations. Doraiswamy. No 2. A. Vol 24. Cotton ginning: Textile Progress. Different mixing methods and their advantages and disadvantages Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (3): Objective of blow room. Blending of man-made fibres with cotton. nep generation. their construction and working. Waste extraction mechanism at various openers and beaters. Khare 47 . various types of openers. description and working of roller and saw gins. lint-trash ratio. fibre breakage and their control. Yarn Manufacture –I (NTT-301) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to passage of material through spinning process by flow charts and brief description of each process. Spun Yarn Technology. Picking and cleaning of jute. I. Causes of lap defects and their remedies. R.A Venkatsubramaniam 10. (Engineering Core: Interdisciplinary): Engineering Mathematics-III/Science based electives (NAS-301/NOE-031-038) (L T P 3 1 0 = 4): Common Syllabus provided by UPTU 2. cleaning effeiciency of different machines. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Problems of contamination and their remedies. wool and linen/ Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Objective of mixing. Picking and pre-cleaning of cotton. P. Vol.

Cheese winding. package density. package defects during winding and their remedies. Salhotra & Prof. 5. 1980 3. yarn preparation. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Type of package winding (parallel & cross winding). K. Spinning blow room & carding by Prof. Important parts of cheese winding & their functions Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): High speed weft winding machines. Machine traverse ratio. difference between precision winding and drum winding (2). 4. Maintenance practices in winding machines Total Lectures required =9 Grand total lectures required =42 Text Bools & Reference Books: 1. Objective of conventional cone winding. conicity of cone.Taggart 13. Klein 12. Features of slow.11. R. tensioning device. Sengupta. Bannerjee. A practical guide to opening & carding. the popular book depot Mumbai.Yarn winding NCUTE. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (3): Ways of yarn traversing. clearing efficiency of winding machine. high and super high speed warp winding machines. P. knot factor. 2.K.K. concept of splicing. winding parameters. (manual & automatic).K. Spun Yarn Technology. Ormerdd weaving technology and operation.. Talukdar.W. R. Industrial practices in weaving preparatory Laboratory Work: As per the lab syllabus 48 . Automatic and non-automatic pirn winding machines. packages. types of knot. detailed study of mechanism and setting of speed on weft winders. thread stop motion. IIT Delhi. Ribbon formation and s of elimination. ribbon formation and method of its elimination. angle of wind. high & super high speed winding machines. concept of yarn clearing. Study of slow. Cotton yarn weaving (ATIRA). Fabric Manufacture-I (NTT-302) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to weaving process and its sequence. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Auto-coner: Objective of auto-coner.R. Chattopadhyaya Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Cotton Spinning. Textile Institute U. Brief idea of classimat test report. A. 6. M. classification of winding. Bunch motion and its importance. Mechanical & electrical sub-catchers. important parts of auto-coner and their functions.Eric Oxtoby 14.An introduction to winding and warping.

A glimps on the chemical technology and textile fibres by R. Shenai Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 5. yarn and fabric mercerizing. of textiles. scouring and bleaching of textile material.R. bleaching and mercerization of textile materials. singeing. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology (NHU301/NHU302) Syllabus to be decided by UPTU (L T P 2 0 0=2) 6. Principle and application of surfactant in textile processing. National and international production and consumption of various natural fibres (cotton. wool. nylon. ramie.A. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Introduction to colours and their mixing. various faults in bleaching and their remedies and removal. Wet Processing of Textiles -I (NTT-303) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Role of water & its quality for wet processing. 49 . and their application Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Brief introduction to processing machinery and new processes development in machinery for preparatory and dyeing. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Objective of heat setting. shade matching. silk linen. scouring. wool.4. Different types of desizing and bleaching agents. Chemical processing of cotton and p/c blends – ATIRA 2. whiteness/ yellowness index Total Lectures required =8 Grand Total Lectures Required =42 Books: 1. Optical brightening agents. Objective of mercerization. Measurement of colour. Chackrawartty 3. jute etc) Advantages and disadvantages of natural and man-made fibres. textile fibre (1). Application of Computer Colour Matching system as a quality control tools to evaluate strength/ Purity of dye. silk. Essential and desirable properties of textile fibres (2). method and types of heat setting and mercerizing. natural and added impurities in textiles.A. Various preparatory processes for cotton. physical and chemical aspects of mercerization. Shenai 4. Textile Fibre-I: (NTT-304) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Fibre. methods of desizing. Classification of natural textile fibres (1). acrylic and blends including optical whitening Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Objectives of desizing. Sequence of chemical processing. polyester. Technology of bleaching and mercerization by V. Technology of finishing by V.

Composition of wool fibre. varieties of cotton fibre.K. Chemical composition and physical properties of silk. V. Physical properties of cotton fibre. properties and uses of bast fibres such as flax. 3. Production of waste silk yarn. Morphological structure of silk. W. S P Mishra Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. Wool scouring. Fibre Science and Technology. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of Lectures = 33 Books: 1. Effect of acid and alkalis on cotton fibre. I. Production of raw silk. U. Fibre Quality Index.I.Gordon Cook 4. and combing. 2.W.T. and ramie. Physical properties of textile fibres. Grading of cotton. Morphological structure of cotton fibre. Properties of wool fibres. extraction. Total Lectures required = 09 Unit (3): Cultivation. morphological structure. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Morphological structure of wool. effect of acid and alkalies. Progress in textiles: Science and technology Vol.S. Hearle. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 50 . Morton & J. Delhi. Kothari. jute. varities of silk with brief description etc. Varieties of wool fibre with brief description. Textile Institute. Hand book of textile fibres by J.E. hemp.Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (2): Geographical distribution and cultivation of cotton fibre.-2 By Dr.K.

preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 51 . reeling & TFO. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. study of constructional details of machinery in blow room. barium activity number test. microscopic identification of natural fibres. ring doubler. various controls points and change places. bleaching and mercerization of cotton fabric and to evaluate the effectiveness of each process using various test such as Tewega test. TT-354: Textile Fibres-I Principle of microscopy. constructional details of machine. calculating speed of different machine parts. find out available chlorine in a given sample of sodium hypo chloride. cheese winding and auto coner. scouring. types of packages produced by them and package faults. ash content and scouring loss of cotton fabric.3RD SEMESTER TEXTILE ENGINEERING LAB SYLLABUS TT-351: Yarn Manufacturing-I: Practice in handling and operation of blow room. determine strength of H2O2 (Hydrogen peroxide) by titration method. drop absorption test. cheese winding. TT-353 Wet Processing of Textiles-I: Sizing. Calculations pertaining to cone winding. Blows per inch of Krishner beater. measure wax content. Practice in checking the quality of laps TT-352: Fabric Manufacturing-I Study of cone winding. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. whiteness index. Production calculation of blow room. to finish fabric with water repellent and flame retardant finishes and test water repellency and flame retardant property using appropriate test method.

jute and flax carding.4th Semester B. R. Vol-III. and their causes. Short staple spinning. R. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Tandom carding. Klein 12. coiling system and stop motion. Principles of carding. Yarn Manufacture-II (NTT-401) (L T P 3 1 0= 4) Unit (1): Objective of carding. settings and gauges for different materials. constructional features and working details of licker-in. Spinning blow room & carding by Prof. Auto leveler used in carding. Carding defects and their remedies. drafting force. combing. Basic idea woolen. Auto leveling. R.M Gowda 10. Salhotra & Prof. weighting in draw frmae. working principles of draw frame including constructional details. assessment and their control. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Flexible and metallic card clothing.V. New Spinning by R. Process parameters. by R. Tech. Hooks removal at draw frame. by Dr. Chattopadhyay & Dr. Mathematics-III (NAS-401)/ Science based open elective (NOE041-048): Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU BOS (L T P 3 1 0 =4) 2. doffer and flats for processing different materials.W. requirement of wire grinding. Principles of roller setting. Cotton Spinning. Rengaswamy 14. drafting irregularities . Elements of carding & draw frame. Chattopadhyaya Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 52 .R. Khare 11. roving. A. Modern development in carding. drafting systems. rengaswami 9. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Concept of ideal draft and formation of drafting waves. Calculation pertaining to draft and production Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 8. mechanism of neps and hooks formation. carding calculations pertaining to draft and production Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Objective of draw frame. cylinder. draft distribution. doubling and blending. Engg.Dr. R.Taggart 13. Textile Engineering 1. Spinning drawing. Modern developments in draw frame. K. Mechanics of spinning machines.

Hot air sizing and high pressure sizing. Tension devices and their setin. Quality of good warping beam. Quality of good weaver’s beam. slow. Wet Processing of Textiles II (NTT-403) (L T P 3 1 0) 53 . process description. importance of moisture content and stretch % in sized yarn. Yarn winding by P. Drawing-in: Objectives. Various types of drying systems and their advantages & disadvantages. Talukdar 7. shore hardness of squeeze roll. their causes and remedies. Sengupta 6. Yarn preparation by R. high and super high speed warping machines. their causes and remedies. Common faults in warper’s beam. Common faults in beam. Textile Institute. Classification of warping machines. Modern preparation & weaving machinery by A Ormerod. U..3. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Causes and remedies of lapper and migration. semi-automatic drawing-in process. different types of warping creels. Salient features of high and super high speed direct warping machines. sizing ingredients used for cotton and synthetic warp. reed count system. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology: Syllabus provided by UPTU BOS 5. Various stop motions used in warping machines.K. manual drawing-in. Details of slasher sizing. Estimation of efficiency and productivity of various types of warping machines Total Lectures required =7 Unit (3): Objectives of sizing and sizing terminology. Knotting process and its limitations Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 5. properties of size paste. Factors affecting size pick-up Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Common faults occurring in sizing beam. Bannerjee. Fabric Manufacture-II (NTT-402) (L T P 3 1 0= 4) Unit (1): Objective of warping.K. Various controls used on a modern sizing m/c. computerized warping machines.K. An introduction to winding & warping by M. multicylinder sizing. their causes and remedies Total Lectures required =10 Unit (2): Sectional warping machines. pattern beam preparation for loom and sizing. Waxing attachment. Numerical problems about sizing. IIT Delhi 8. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4.

Study of various systems of spinning: melt. An introduction to Textile finishing by J. Classification of finishing (mechanical and chemical).basic principles. Heat setting. brief idea about spinning head. quench chamber. exhaust and continuous dyeing Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Dyeing of nylon. and shrinking. Properties of thickner. easy care. Marsh. metal complex dyes. classification of manmade fibre. by V. Shenai 13. cross dyeing of polyester and cellulosic blends. oil & soil resistance. spinneret. & coagulation bath. and introduction to manufacturing processes of man-made fibres. Application and type of printing thickners. Thickeners and their application . spin finish application Total Lectures required =9 54 . napping. Various types of mechanical finishing such as singeing. water repellent. Dyeing of polyester with disperse dyes. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6. flame retardant. by V. Shenai 12.A. wet & dry spinning.T. antistatic.Various style of printing –direct style resist style and discharge style of printing. Total Lectures required =9 Text Books and Reference material: 8. vat and sulphur dyes.Unit (1): Classification of dyes according to their mode of application. wool. Shenai 11. Milling. bactericidal & fungicidal. calendaring. Dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres by E.A.R. Textile Fibre-II (NTT-404) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): General definition of man-made or manufactured fibres. printing auxiliaries. Chakraborty 10. by V. Chemical processing of cotton & p/c blends. brushing. Technology of printing Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Finishing: Introduction to finishing. Dyeing of nylon and wool and wiil and acrylic blends. reactive. raising. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Styles and methods of printing outline of various methods and their limitations. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Various types of chemical finishing such as softner. A glimpse on the chemical technology of textile fibres. Technology of Printing. Trotman 14.ATIRA 9. Technology of fdyeing.A. Technology of finishing. by R. and silk with acid.R. Dteing of cellulosic material with direct. Application of finishes. anti piling. dyeing of acrylic with basic dyes.

effect of process variable on properties of polyester fibre. concepts of regeneration of fibre.K. Properties of polyester fibre. Raw material for viscose rayon. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 35 Reference Books: 8.formation by dry spinning. Acrylic fibre. Polyethylene Terephthalate fibre. Manufactured fibre Technology. Lewin. formation of serrated edge cross-section of viscose rayon. wetr spinning of viscose rayon.B.Unit (2): Introduction to synthetic fibres. Miller 10. Fibre Chemistry by M. Regenerated Cellulose fibre. viscose fibre properties. by C.W. Essential fibre chemistry. manufacturing sequence of viscose fibre.A.6 by melt spinning. introduction of cellulose acetate rayon in brief. Properties of Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 fibre. Pearce. E. Handbook of Textile fibre. by A. Manufacturing of Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.polymer production by DMT & PTA route. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 55 . Introduction to cuprammonium rayon in brief. Vaidhya 11. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibre. WEooding. by R. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Polyamide fibre. spinning of filament yarns and staple fibre manufacturing. chip drying.l dry-jet-wet spinning process. Kothari 9. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to regenerated fibre.Different types of polyamide fibres. Gupta & V. by Gordon Cook 14. Marcel & Dekkan Inc 12. by M. Production of Synthetic Fibres. Nylon polymer production by continuous polymerization in VK tube. Moncrief Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. Man Made Fibres.E. by V. some dope additives for specialty polyester fibre. 13.M.

common faults and analysis. appropriate disperse. sizing. TT-452: Fabric Manufacturing-II Study of warping. drawing-in. Evaluate colour fastness to washing.4TH SEMESTER TEXTILE ENGINEERING LAB SYLLABUS TT-451: Yarn Manufacturing-II Familarity with carding machine. change places. various controls and change places etc. weft winding and drawing-in TT-453: Wet Processing of Textiles-II Dye cotton with direct. perspiration and rubbing properties TT-454: Textile Fibres-II Principle of microscopy. dyeing polyester. setting and gauging draw frame. study of constructional details of machines. effect of m/c parameters on production and quality of sliver. Print cotton fabric using various styles of printing. study of coiling mechanism and coils per layer. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 56 . silk. namely. speed. setting of carding to type of material Practice in handling. speed calculation of carding m/c. finding out individual and total draft in carding m/c. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. and sizing. resist and discharge. Calculation pertaining to gearing. operation. acid and basic dyes. reactive. draft and production etc. acrylic and nylon using. microscopic identification of man-made fibres. calculation pertaining to warping. Flat speed & its impact. and waste analysis. practical in checking the quality of sliver. wool. types of packages produced by them and package faults. vat and sulphur dye. direct. light. constructional details of machines. constant. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. constructional details.

Nm. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanical properties of fibres. Twist tester. Kothari 6. Shirley moisture meter. Textile Engineering 1. control of atmospheric conditions during testing.K. R. effect of moisture on properties (physical. Instruments used for determination of count. importance of moisture in textiles. quadrant balance. Tech.E. twist-untwist method. sampling techniques. maturity. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Measurement of physical characteristics of cotton viz. Morton and J. Principles of textile testing. length. T. Beeslay balance and physical balance.W. by W. work of rupture. bundle strength. direct counting method.e. fineness. Physical testing of textiles. Twist. classification of twist. operation. level of twist . by J. factors affecting the regain.5th Semester B. yarn and fabric testing. Hearle 57 . sampling.E. Textile Testing-I (NTT-501) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to fiber. construction. fibre quality index etc. Savile 8. diameter. Booth 7. colour and foreign matter including principle. by B. strength.B. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Unit (5): determination of yarn count.P.. average & resultant count of folded yarn. absolute and relative humidity. moisture regain & moisture content and their measurement. Measurement of physical properties of man-made fibres i. and calibration of the equipment in common use. selection of sample for testing. square and cut-square technique. relation between structure and mechanical properties of fibres. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Atmospheric conditions for testing. elongation. D. relation between Ne. biased sampling. denier. Knowles balance. twist tester. by V. twist measurement. modulus. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 5. continuous twist tester. random sampling. dry and wet bulb hygrometer. & mechanical) of textile material.S. length. spin finish. Quality control and testing management. crimp. Physical properties of fibres.

twisting. secondary and auxiliary motions. Recent developments in speed frame. Mechanism involved in drafting. A. Yarn Manufacture-III (NTT-502) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Objectives of combing. timing and setting of comber for different classes of cotton. concept of forward and backward feed.R. A practical guide to combing and drawing. and production. Fabric Manufacture-III (NTT-503) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to weaving process.W. primary. setting and gauges in drafting zone Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanism of bobbin building.i. Khare 10. general description of power looms. important parts of speed frame and their functioning.A. settings and adjustments. combing cycle. different types of roler drafting systems. system of lap preparation. their causes and remedies. Venkatsubramani 9. draft. their mechanical details. configuration of fibre feed and its effect on the quality of product and efficiency of comber. Klein 7. Total Lectures required =8 58 . process parameters for different materials. ribbon lap and super lap machines. Spun Yarn technology. sliver lap. t. twist multiplier and roving twist Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 6.Taggart Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3. Cotton Spinning. calculations pertaining to gearing.Dr. differential motions and their working principles.Eric Oxtoby 8. Spun Yarn technology. Vol-I.p. basic principle of designing of cone drum. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Important parts of comber and their functioning. recent developments in combers Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Objectives of speed frame. and winding. calculation pertaining to production and noil percentage.Laboratory work: As per lab syllabus 2. Elements of Combing. concept of comber waste. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Common defects in roving package.

Application of colours. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Warp protecting motion. production & efficiency and cover factor. healds. Bennerjee 7. under pick and over pick mechanism. Grey inspection and mending. physical basis of colour. negative and positive let-off motions. Colour & Design (NTT-504) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Light and colour phenomena. description of various types of dobby’s. Colour contrast. Sengupta 8. early and late shedding. Modification of colours. Complementary colours. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 5. reed & temples and their utility in loom. Coloured greys. Chromatic circle. Condition to be observed during ornamentation of fabrics. Weaving Calculation. folding process and machines. causes of shuttle flying and shuttle trapping.. scope and limitation of dobby. Tertiary & compound colours. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Negative and positive take up motion.K. Pigment theory of colours. colour harmony. contrast of tone. Weaving Mechanism by Fox 6.N. Secondary. settings and adjustments. Emission & absorption theory of light. Attributes of the primary & secondary colours. and idea of construction of tappet. Harmony of succession. Mixed colour effect. merits and demerits of negative and positive take-up and let-off motion. various types of sheds. Talukdar Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Total Lectures required =11 Unit (3): Composition of designs. Different stages of colouring of 59 . Colour vision and light theory of colours. Weaving machine and mechanism by M. preparation of chain/ lattice. gradation of hue. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Various timings and settings used on loom for filament weaving. contrast in hue. divisional colours. beating up motion. Brewster circle. Biren’s triangle. negative and positive dobby. Colours in combination. tappet shedding. Numerical problems on loom speed. Primary. Mode shade. Weaving Mechanism by N.Unit (2): Various ways of shedding. by R. Relative spaces occupied by colours. Total Lectures required = 11 Unit (2): Colour measurement. side and centre weft fork motion.

warp faced. 4. One third and one fourth drop design. Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6.J. Colour and weave effect and its classification. Fancy twillslarge diagonal shaded twills. Newnes Buter Worth. ordinary twill. weft and piques (1). Stripe and check effect designs. construction of plain weave and its derivatives (rib and mat weave). applications of colours. sateen base diagonals and brained twills. London. weft faced & balanced twills. Construction of symmetrical designs. Diamond. Total Lectures required = 8 Unit (2): Satin regular. Sari border / vertical border design. & diagonal waved line base. Ogee. principle of figuring with extra material extra warp figuring. broken twill. Geometric ornamentation. Diamond. end to end and pickto-pick combination. London. steep twills. Total Lectures Required = 9 Grand Total Lectures Required = 34 Reference Book: 1.Textile design and colour 4. right hand twill.textile materials. Huck-a-back and crepe weave. Combined twills. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile. Ripstop weave.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour. Z. reversing inclined figure. brighten honeycomb . Traditional Textile designs B K Behera 5. ordinary honeycomb. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Regular and irregular satin. elongated twills. Simple and wadded bed ford cords (1). barley corn stitched hopsack and twilled hopsack. Watson. London. 2. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): derivatives of hopsack. Bases of Textile design. Z. herringbone twill. extra weft. irregular and their extension. W. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (4): Unit repeating design. W. mock leno. HS: Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0 =2) 60 . Fabric Structure (NTT-505) (L T P 2 1 0=3) Unit (1): Classification of various fabrics. Factor affecting the woven designs. curved twill. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. limitation of extra thread. Wave/ zig-zag. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (5): Art sheet based question covering all above units Grand total Lectures required = 34 Reference Books: 3. 3. Grosicki. Half drop and drop reverse design.

Practice in checking the quality of sliver. satin. setting and gauging of lap former. draft and production etc. five wheel take up. Calculation pertaining to gearing. Names of parts. roving and count of yarn and their variability. roving. cleanliness of cotton. under pick. testing of neps in card web. TT-553. Lea strength measurement. twill. roving and yarns. seven wheel take up. Analysis and interpretation of test results. dobby shedding. negative let-off and semi-positive let-off motions TT-555: Fabric Analysis: Analysis of various types of fabric structures like plain. speeds. sliver. setting and fitting of tappet shedding. Study of constructional details of machines: various controls and change places etc. hopsack. Fibre diameter and its variability. 61 . beat up. constant. its different parts and passage of material on it. comber lap and waste analysis. comber and speed-frame. jacquard shedding. fineness. Yarn Manufacturing-III Practice in handling operation. measurement of cover factor and crimp of fabrics. Textile testing-I Measurement of fibre length and its distribution.. barleycorn etc . over pick. Use of statistical techniques for evaluation of experimental results TT-552. Single yarn strength and elongation.5th SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-551. Measurement of hank of sliver. moisture content and strength etc using different methods and instruments. . common fault and remedies. Fabric Manufacturing-III Introduction to loom.

impact tester. forces acting on yarn and traveler during spinning. crimp. lea strength tester. tearing strength. 2.6th Semester B. 2. principle and mechanism involved in drafting. thermal transmission. Yarn Manufacture-IV (NTT-602) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction and objective of ring frame. Principles of textile testing by J.P. Brief introduction to FAST and KAWABATA.K. yarn contraction due to twisting. methods for finding of various modulus. EPI. Tech. tensile strength. Kothari.K. knowledge about the equipment used. various methods for finding of yield point. Textile Engineering 1. destination of tenacity. Quality control by V. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Measurement of physical properties of fabric and the knowledge of the equipment used. measurement of fastness to light and rubbing. Scott serigraph. Physical testing of textiles by B. 62 . Test. Quality control and testing management by Dr. Saville. Textile Testing-II (NTT-601) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Tensile properties of yarn and fabric. concept of twist multiplier. twisting and winding. yarn tension in ring spinning. pilling. yarn twist: terminology. propagation of twist. thickness. 4. V. fabric B. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference Books: 1. Instron tensile tester. PPI. single yarn strength tester. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit(3): Measurement of evenness testing of yarns. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Types of rings and travelers. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (5): Measurement of water repellency. stress-strain curve. air permeability. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit (2): Procedure of determination of strength and elongation in the spun yarns. and stiffness of fabric.E. Classimat faults . important parts of ring frame and their functions. .S. yarn tensile strength testing machines. nature and causes of irregularities. Grab test. bursting strength. 3. weight and cover factor. shrinkage. principles and methods of evenness testing. Kothari. fabric strength tester. theory of spinning balloons. evaluation and interpretation of evenness diagram & spectrogram and their associated equipment. spinning triangle. Booth.

Routine & preventive maintenance practices in ring spinning. various motions of automatic looms. fancy yarns.Principle and mechanism of yarn formation. study of ring doublers. System of harness mounting and tying. electro-mechanical and electronic. warp stop motion. A. yarn characteristics and comparison of yarn properties with ring yarn. limitations of jacquards. electronic jacquard. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Doubling: . Fabric Manufacture-IV (NTT-603) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Jacquards shedding. calculation of draft. TPI and production of ring frame & doubling frame. Spun Yarn technology. concept of average mill count at 4o’s conversion. limitations of large package spinning. sewing thread and tyre Cord.Eric Oxtoby 9. effect of ring rail lift and ring diameter on cop size. merits and limitations of compact spinning. The technology of short staple spinning.pirn and shuttle changing. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Recent developments in ring spinning. Spun Yarn technology. Card cutting. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Automatic Looms. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): System of waste collection at ring frame and types of spinning wastes. NCUTE Series 7.Dr. recent development in jacquards. yarn quality. Limitations of ring spinning.mechanical. Total Lectures required =9 63 . control in yarn faults.mechanism of cop formation.Objects and terminology. cross border jacquards. Vol-I. factors responsible for loss in efficiency. common package size. end-use of compact spun yarns.R. Elements of Ring frame & Doubling. production and draft. Reeling: Objects and terminology. Khare Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3. Klein 8. control of pneumafil waste. types of reeling construction and working of a reel yarn bundling. Venkatsubramani 10. Compact spinning.A. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 6. basic yarn structure.. types of jacquards and their principle of working.W. ring frame calculations pertaining to TPI.

Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (2): Concept of scanning electron microscope (SEM). Methods of estimating molecular weight. Weaving machine and mechanism by M. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Thermal behavior of textile fibres by Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC) (2). by R. Concept of transmission electron microscope (TEM) Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (4): Optical properties of fibres (2). fibre to fibre. crystallinity & crystalline orientation of fibre forming polymer. TGA. Weaving Mechanism by N. dielectric properties.N. Weaving Mechanism by Fox 6.K. silk. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Introduction of narrow fabric manufacturing. fibre friction. snap study Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Terry weaving: essential feature of terry weaving loom. Talukdar Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. modern development in terry structure. wool. estimation of productivity. two colour and four colour drop box motion. Birefringence behavior. Atomic force microscopy. Terry let-off-heading. fibre fracture. Introduction of non-woven fabrics. relation between fibre structure and fibre. fringing-motion. Overall orientation by “sonic modulus tester. Structure of Cotton. and other textile fibres. brief description of braiding machines and needle looms. Bennerjee 7. pick and pick motion. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 5. Departmental Elective I 4. working principle of multiple box motion. Preparation of density gradient coloumn (2) Crystallinity by density gradient coloumn. Thermomechanical Analyser (TMA) Density gradient column (2). Sengupta 8. Online process and quality control. fibre friction measurement. brief description of pick-at-will.Unit (3): Types of multiple box motion. yarn to yarn friction measurement Total Lectures Required = 8 64 . thermal mechanical analysis (TGA) (2). Weaving Calculation. orientation. brief description of various manufacturing processes of non-woven fabrics.1 Structure & properties of Fibres (NTT-011) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Basic structural features of fibre. various principle of terry pile formation.

Advances in fibre source by S. fabric packages. Gupta.B. Rate of moisture absorption Total Lectures Required = 10 Grand Total of lectures required = 38 Reference Book: 1. seam appearance. damages (thermal and mechanical). low stress fabric properties. joining material. Manufactured fibre technology by V. ASTM Standard books 7.Unit (5): Creep behavior (2). Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3) Introduction to garment cutting. seam puckering and seam testing. V. Physical properties of fibre by J. 2. otal Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Importance of garment processing and finishes. concept of moisture absorption by fibres (2). Modern yarn production by Ray 5. Moisture absorption. Kawabata system. Finishing and inspection. fabric assurance by sample testing.S. Sewing. Pressing. Sample cutting. methods of cuttings. Hearle 3. methods of marker planning and marker use. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Introduction to measurement of fabric dimensional properties. processing of garments and special garment finishes. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to seam. fabric defects. seam degradation.2 Garment Manufacturing Technology (NTT-012)) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to garment manufacturing technology. to form a lay. surface characteristics. heat of absorption. Polymers by fibre & textiles encyclopedia 8. methods of spreading. stitch structure. Efficiency of Marker planning. integral heat of absorption. differential heat of absorption. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 4. objective of cuttings. Line balancing concept. Thermal behavior of material by Turi 4. seam failure. spreading of the fabric. Practical Clothing Construction Part I & II by Mary Methews Laboratory work: NA 65 . types of garment. Quantitative theory of heat moisture absorption. (2). Fabtic inspection and feedback to back process. Garment Manufacturing Technology by By T Ramchandran 6. stitch. ZFusing. objective evaluation of fabric. Kothari 2. thermal comfort.K. seam performance. Textile fibres by ATIRA 6.W. fabric comfort. spreading requirements. stitch classification. 3. Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Technology By T Ramchandran 5.K. Marker planning. Mukhopadhyaya 4. seam formation.

Z. Lappet and Swivel weave. medium and long staple spinning systems. structural properties of blended yarns. Ornamentation of terry weave. Total Lectures Required = 10 Unit 2: Spinning of dyed fibres. London. Ondule fabric. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile. Colour and weave effect. Woolen & Worsted yarn manufacture by J. 10. W.Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 34 Reference Book: 1. 3. Brocade.2 Multi & Long Fibre Spinning (NTT-022) (L T P 2 1 0=3) Unit 1: Characteristics of manmade fibres. 4. Z. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. manufacturing of spun silk. warp backed cloths with weeding threads. Wool Spinning by Vickerman.Departmental Elective II 5. London. 5. retting of flax. Grosicki. self stitched. double cloths. weft backed cloths. Spun Yarn technology: Etic Oxtoby 9. characteristic difference in the physical & mechanical properties of various long staple fibres & their influence in the choice of preparatory & spinning machinery. W Redcliff 13. draft & peg plan for above weaves. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 3: Production of bulked yarn. inter changing double cloth. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand total lectures required =34 Reference book:8. Spun yarn technology: Eric Oxtoby. semi-worsted & worsted systems of spinning. Spinnability. processing of Man made fibres & blends on short. Tapestry. Jute Spinning Calculation by Andrew Smith 14. 2. spinnability. London.J. Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. figured pique. Velveteen. triple cloth. estimation of blends intimacy. factors affecting the blend irregularity.1 Advance Fabric structure (NTT-021) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Backed cloths. Worsted Drawing & Spinning by Miles 6. blending.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth. cut effect in interchanging double cloths Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2) Turkish towel. Velvet. and its objectives. Abhishek Publication 11. Jute & flax spinning. Types of carpets and classification of carpetsTotal Lectures required =8 Unit (3) Damask weaves. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 4: Woolen. center stitched. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Gauge and leno weave with their mechanism. blending & its objectives. & jute. Principle of woolen spinning by Priestman 12. HS: Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0) 66 .

. elongation at break. Practice in checking the quality of single and double yarn. Yarn Manufacturing-IV Operating. setting and gauging of ring frame and doubling frame. setting and fitting of warp protecting. shrinkage and air permeability. TT-653. Fabric Manufacturing-IV Construction. Names of parts. study of constructional details of machinery. twist and diameter. Fabric testing for elongation. and tearing strength. weight. names of parts. thickness. drop box motions. change places etc. TPI and production in ring frame and doubling frame. and shuttle box. warp and weft stop motions. constant. tensile. bursting. setting of automatic pirn change. draft. Textile testing-II Use of microscope for testing of yarns for appearance. speeds.6h SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-651. modulus. abrasion resistance. tenacity. measurement of evenness. glexural rigidity. calculations pertainingto gearing. various controls. measurement of yarn strength. . crimp rigidity. 67 . common yarn faults and their remedies. crease recovery and draping qualities of fabric TT-652. fabric testing for dimension.

characteristics of centrifugal governors. firing order. field balancing. dynamic force analysis including inertia and frictional forces of planer mechanisms. control of neps. 68 . equivalent masses. Dynamometers : types of dynamometers. Salhotra 1.7th Semester B. concept of bale management.1 Process Control in Spinning (NTT-701) (L T P 2 0 0) Unit (1): Importance of evolving a system for process control. Total Lectures required =9 Unit 3: Governors : introduction. balancing of rotors. Textile Engineering 1. Balancing of Reciprocating Parts : Balancing of single cylinder engine. calculation pertaining to waste & yarn realization Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3) Measurement and analysis of productivity. Prony brake. spinner’s doubles. two plane balancing. control of variability of lea strength. inertia governors. control of soft waste and hard waste. bad piecing & slough off. belt transmission dynamometer. balancing machines. study of CV% (within bobbin and between bobbin).count. Control of yarn unevenness. norms for waste and cleaning efficiency in blow room & card. crankshaft torque. types of governors. assessment of performance of blow room & card. indicator diagrams. imperfections and hairiness. torsion dynamometer. Open Elective from Other Department 1. Process Control in Spinning by K. Tech. Process Control in Spinning by ATIRA 2. control of comber waste.R. Total Lectures required =9 Grant Total of lectures Required =35 Reference Books: 1. hydraulic dynamometer. concept of yarn realization. simultaneous control of mixing cost and quality. crackers. rope brake and band brake dynamometers. hunting of centrifugal governors. single yarn strength and elongation %. engine shaking forces. bearing loads in a single cylinder engine. Total Lectures required =9 Unit 2: Balancing of Rotating Components: static balance. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (2): Control of waste in blow room and carding. inertia forces. maximizing machine efficiency in ring spinning. control of yarn faults and package defectsslubs. control of mixing quality through fibre characteristics.2 Dynamics of Textile Machines (NTT-703) (L T P 2 0 0) Unit 1: Static and Dynamic Force Analysis: Static force analysis of planer mechanisms. controlling end breakage rate in ring spinning. radial and V type engines. graphical and analytical methods. strength and their variability. gravity controlled and spring controlled centrifugal governors. balancing of rotating masses. balancing of multi cylinder. gas forces. Dynamics of Reciprocating Engines: engine types. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Control of yarn quality. inline. means to improve productivity. dynamic balance.

evaluation of reliability. procurement procedure. Dukkipati. causes of apparatus error and corrective methods. Third Edition Affiliated East-West Press. quality in sales and services. 3 Human Factor in quality (11) Attitude of top management. Defects. responsibility. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines: Amitabha Ghosh and Ashok kumar Mallik. New age International. concept change.S. Evolution of proto type. 4. Theory of control charts. 5 UNIT-II: Quality Management Organization structure and design. inspection and control of product. Theory of Machine: S. guarantee. 3 Control on Purchased Product: Procurement of various products. McGraw Hill Higher Education. gyroscopic forces and couples. gyroscopic stabilization.Total Lectures required =8 Unit 4: Gyroscope : gyroscopes. identification and analysis of defects. quality function. decentralization.1 Open elective from other department Quality Management (NOE-072) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-I : Quality Concepts: Evolution of Quality Control. Second Edition Mc Graw Hill. 69 . operators attitude. reliability control. evaluation of supplies. economics of quality value and contribution. process capability study. correcting measure. organization for different type products and company. stability of four wheel and two wheel vehicles moving on curved paths. calculation of reliability. MTTF. cooperation of groups. Inc 3.S. 8 UNIT –V: ISO-9000 and its concept of Quality Management. construction and analysis of R charts.V. Development of sources. 2 Manufacturing Quality: Methods and techniques for manufacture. interpretation of test results. construction and analysis of charts. Total Lectures required =8 Grand Total Lectures required =34 Reference Books: 1. designing and fitting. measurement range. 5 UNIT -IV : Defects diagnosis and prevention defect study. quality cost. JIT in some details. factors affecting reliability. construction and analysis of C charts. use of control charts. improvement by control chart. Mechanism and Machine Theory: J. TQM Modern concept. Quality concept in design. ISO 9000 series. 2. Rao and R. Review of design. variable sample size. optimizing quality cost. Rattan. ship stabilization. 2 UNIT-III: Control Charts. 2. building reliability in the product. maintainability. 2 Theory of Machines and Mechanisms: Joseph Edward Shigley and John Joseph Uicker. Taguchi method. capacity verification. quality circle. zero defects. 2. Jr. seduction program. analysis of claims. 5 Attributes of Control Chart .

3. (12) UNIT-V: Inventory Control. operation of inventory system. difference in aerodynamics of lint and trash and its utilization in blow room machinery design. Text / Reference Books: 1. 2. McGraw Hill 1992. graphical solution of 2 x n or m x 2 games. Wayne L. Design of cone drums for Scutcher. UNIT-II : Transportation Problems: Types of transportation problems. Quality Systems: Elements of Queuing model. principles of mixing. reduction to linear programming model. Minimax theorem. 2. Max-Flow problem and Min-cost problem.Khanna. Hamdy H. cleaning in Blow Room line. minimum spanning Tree Problem. Tangential belt drive. quantity discount. Menon. 3. chains. mathemataical models . Simplex method. 4. OR model. 3.”Operations Research” Thomson Learning. opening. tapes etc. UNIT-IV: Theory of Games: Rectanagular games. V. “Operations Research-An Introduction” Pearson Education. Principles & Design of Spinning Machines (NTT-706 (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Transmission of motion through belts. game with mixed strategies. ropes. UNIT-III : Network Teachniques: Shortest path model. H. equipments that fail with time. Dual Simplex method. Replacement. Assignment: Allocation and assignment problems and models. Greg Bounds. Linear Programming: Two variable Linear Programaming model and Graphical method of solution.K. CPM and PERT.Text / Reference Books: 1. 1994. processing of job through machines.G. redesigning of openers by using different principles for better performance. Taha. solving the OR model. 70 .. Gen. generalized poisson queing model. “Beyond Total Quality Management”. phases of OR study. “Total Quality Management” New Age International. Models of inventory. 2. senstivity analysis. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit 2:Transmission of motion to various parts of carding machine. Eastern Limited. detail study of varieties of licker-in. Lal. 2008. “TQM in New Product manufacturing”.2 OPERATION RESEARCH (NOE-073) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-I: Introduction: Difinition and scope of operations research (OR). “Operations Research” PHI Learning. Replacement models: Equipments that deteriorate with time. single server models. duality. Winston. “Total Quality Management”. Variable speed drive. McGraw Hill.2003. Lt. H. cylinder and flat clothing and its influence on carding performance. transportation algorithms. art of modelling. 2008. Project Management: Phases of project management. 1990.2003. Panneer Seevam. guidelines for network construction. special cases of Linear Programming. R.

designing concept of building motion of ring frame. The technology of Short Staple Spinning. latest carding machine developments. Modern developments in weft knitting technique. Inertia of carding engine. calculations regarding production. socks knitting technology. building motion of speed frame. etc Needle numbering system. elements of knitting machine like type of needles. Knitting Technology – Chamberlin 2. stitch density etc. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference and Text Book1. Mechanics of Spinning by R. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 4: Different drafting systems in draw frame. Differential motions used in speed frame. Design of flyer. loop formation on: single jersey. Special knitting machines: Fabric machine. Spencer 3. machine gauge and stitch density. Elements of loop structure: needle loop. gsm. Classification of weft knitting machine. concept of noil control. Wet Knitting Vol. flat machine. latest machinery developments in comber frame. Loop formation on flat bed machine Total Lectures required =9 Unit 4: Four primary base knitting structures: Plain knitted fabric. stitch density) different type of knitting needles: bearded needle. 1&2 –Published by IIT New Delhi. top comb. roller setting. spindle vibration measurement and control.S. closed lap. wale. designing concept of comber cylinder. classification of warp knitting. Knitting Technology (NTT-705) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Difference between knits and wovens. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 5: Design and analysis of ring frame cames. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit 3: Concept of lap formation for comber. Rib machines and inters look machines. Causes and remedies of faults of knitted fabrics. under lap.J. cam arrangement. sliver coiling system. garment length machine. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Books 1. jack. Klien 3. Knitting Technology – W. Total Lectures required =9 Unit 3: Classification of knit-structures. Total Lectures required =8 Unit 2: Comparison of warp and weft knitting. Interlock and Purl fabric. knitting terms and definitions (Course. open lap. Rib fabric.different systems of carding web collection. circular machine fabrics and Spacer fabrics. technology of loop formation. Rengasamy 4. sinker. design of ring spindle and bolster.W. Knitting Calculation – Chamberlin 5. 71 . International Textile Journel – Knitting 4. Spun Yarn Technology by Eric Oxtoby 2. designing concept of various rings and travelers. relation between yarn count. detaching system. and different stop motion. design of cone drums for speed frame. overlap. latch needle. sinkers. geometry of loop structure. sinker loop. Total Lectures required =7 Unit 5: Basic warp knitting machines.. roller weighing system.

fibre matrix interface. Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 4: Non-woven fabric by Stitch bonding.2 Fibre Reinforced Composites (NTT-032) ( L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Definition of composites. fibres for non-woven fabrics. Description of hydroentanglement machine.. . Knitting technology : Spencer 5. Concept about felts and non woven. Banarjee 2.types of matrix materials .fibre particulate and laminar composites. Description of needle punching machine. Non-woven fabric by bonding with thermoplastic adhesives. latest development in non-woven industry: ultrasonic bonding. Types of composites . web chrematistic and their influence on properties of non-woven fabrics. Felt Manufacturing process. Infra-red bonding. mechanical bonding.1 Nonwoven (NTT-031) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: National and international scenario on non-woven fabric production. bonding by bi-component fibres. Textile performs for composites: weaving. coupling agents.Thermoset and Thermo plastics properties: short fibre composites. Departmental Elective III 5. Knitting – NCUTE Laboratory work: As per Lab Syllabus 5. fracture mode in fibre composites. coupling of interfaces and interfacial reaction in fibre composites.. Application of various non woven fabrics.functions of fibre and matrix Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 2: Types of high performance fibres . Melt blown process of non-woven fabric manufacturing. Non-woven fabric by Spun laced. effect of process variables on properties of needle punch fabric Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 3: Non-woven fabric by hydroentanglement. chemical bonding spun laced non-woven fabrics. (3) Non woven fabric by Needle punch.Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 3: Introduction to fibre reinforced composite material manufacturing techniques. Total Lectures Required =8 Grand total of Lectures Required= 42 Reference & Text Books 1. Non woven – NCUTE 3. Non-woven fabric by chemical bonding. Total Lectures Required =8 72 . knitting. Laminates. Classification of non-woven fabrics. effect of process variables on properties of hydroentanglement non woven fabric. Non Woven – N. braiding. Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 2: Various method of web formation.properties .N. Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 5: Flocked fabric. Effect of process variables on properties of stitch bonding.6. Non-woven fabric by adhesive bonding. Fibre composites: Constituents .

Cambridge university press.W. Total Lectures Required =8 Grand Total of Lectures Required =42 Reference Books: 7. R Fangueiro. system and driving mechanism. resin transfer molding.Fibre volume fraction -Laminar tensile . V. 1998 9. injection molding.Total Lectures required =8 Unit 5: Testing of composites.compression and flexural properties. 73 . Interlock knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needle. rib knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needles. 1998 8. New Delhi. cam.S “High performance fibres composites and engineering textile structures” JTI (special issue) 1990 11. 4 (Wood Head Publishing Limited) 12. applications of fibre reinforced composites.R. different knitting elements including the cam system. Himalayan Book.K. Textile Progress monogram on “Hybrid yarns and textile performing for thermoplastic composites” by R.shear . pultrusion. De. compression molding. thermoforming. cam system and driving mechanism. D hull An Introduction to composite materials. cloth take-up mechanism of plain knitting m/c. J. Alagirusamy.Unit 4: Vacuum bagging. Hearle.D “Composite Materials Engineering science” Chapman and Hall London. Padaki Textile Progress 2006 Vol 38 No. Ogale and N. L Gupta “Advanced Composite Materials”. Wood head. and White J. Short fibre polymer composites. driving mechanism of plain knitting machine.S. Warp knitting machine constructional details and mechanism of operation. 1994 10. filament winding. 2001 7th SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-705: Knitting Technology To study the path of yarn through circular and flat knitting machine.L and Rawlings R. Mathews F.

essential requirements of good filter fabric. liver lung.woven.suture. Agro textile: Shade net.. space suit etc. Anand 5. Hand book of technical textiles. automotive textiles: type cord. active smart textiles. 74 .R. surgical gown. cut prof. brief discussion of smart shirt.Mechanical determinants. classification of smart textiles. fabrics and clothing Tao X 6. classification of geo textiles. soft tissue implant. drainage (fluid transmission). 1. fibres used. seat belt. definition and scope. durability determinants Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 4. antimicrobrial. Smart fibre. passive smart textiles.8TH SEMESTER TEXTILE ENGINEERING 1. bicycle. functions of geo textilesoil reinforcement. essential properties of geo textiles. Horrocks & S. anti hail and bird protection net. types of technical textiles.A. medical cost. Cardiovascular implants. carpets. thermal and chemical properties of filter fabric. finishing treatment of filter fabric. Shears handbook of industrial Textiles. brief introduction of smart textiles. filtration. finishing net etc.Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Smart textiles. chemical resistance. implantable material. helmets etc. 1. headliners. etc. erosion control/ absorption. filter fabric construction. separation. textiles used in industry such as filtration. stab proof Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Medical textiles. flame retardant. green house film. classification of medical textiles. Mulch net. Orthopedic implants.C. smart suit. mechanical resistance such as bullet proof. Design definitions. needle felt & knitted filter fabric. old and new design methods. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Manufacture and properties of protective textiles. Healthcare/ hygiene products. face mast etc. Nuclear and biological resistance. design by evolution. air bag. objective of geo textiles. plasters. musical jacket.2 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (NOE-083) (L T P 3 1 0=4) UNIT-1: Concept of Product. crop cover. seat upholstery. Hydraulic determinants.1 Open Elective from Other Departments Technical Textiles (NTT-801) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to technical textile. Extra-corporal devices – Artificial kidney. manufacturing of geo textile.non-implantable material wound dressings.Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Introduction of geo textile. examples such as evolution of sewing M/C.water proof/coated and water repellent. bandages.

flexible budget. Text/Reference Books: 1. Prevention tours accidents. colour. Morephological techniques. Design of display and controls. A. Utility Valaue. “The Technology of creation Thinking” Prentice Hall. C. UNIT-IV: Reliability considerations. Preparation of project report). UNIT-V: Existing techniques. Anthroprometric data and its importance in design. Man-machine interface.. size. functional. process costing. Chitab& R. ergonomics.C. lighting used in textile mill. Innovation versus Invention. Cain. SQC etc. Analysis of need. such as work-study. Crewford. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-2: Humidification of a textile mill.P. Total of lectures required=7 Unit-4: Costing. Brainstorming& Synetics. Reliability of systems in series and parallel. Use of Standards for Design. Product Design” Bussiness Books. UNIT –III: Transformations. Air conditioning and refrigeration System. 3.K.. Design criteria. Cain. Utility Index. transformation and convergent phases of product design. C. form. Mill Planning & Organization (NTT-803) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Selection of site for a textile mill. 2.. Decision making under Multiple Criteria.D.. waste cost in textile mill. Fire hazards and their control Safety rules for textile industry (1).. Economic aspects. Ideation techniques. identification of need. Application of Computers in Product development & design. R. single and multistoried buildings. aesthetics. introduction to cost terms and purposes.. Gupta “Product design & Manufacturing” – Prentice Hall (EE) 2. Utility Concept. Removal blocs. profit analysis. Construction of building of a textile mill. UNIT –II: Morphology of design. shape. Types of buildings. Check list. divergent. Break-even analysis. Technological Forecasting. Ventilation in textile mill. Total of lectures required=8 Unit-3: Balancing of machines for spinning and weaving mills Layout of different machines of spinning and weaving.safety razor etc. Bath tub curve. Master budget. technology based developments physical relaibility & economic feasibility of design concepts. Cost volume. “Engg. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers. MTTF and MTBF. Creativity. cost allocation. “Product Design & Decision” Bussiness Books. 4. 75 . Ergonomic aspects. for improving method & quality of product. Failure rate. Optimum spares from Reliability considerations.D. need based developments. Mental blocks. Fixed and variable costs. Compatibility of displays and controls.

Fabric cover. Total Lectures required =10 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 4.idealized yarn geometry. hexagonal close packing and radial packing. Hearle. Total of lectures required = 10 Unit (5) Calculation regarding payback period and Break-even point. flexible and rigid thread model. S. twist and strength relationship. wage system in textile mill. ideal packing.labour and material cost. yarn diameter. relation between cover and weight per unit area of fabric. relationship of yarn number and twist factor. Scardine 5. translation of fibre properties into yarn properties. cover factor and their significance. J.L. packing of fibres in a yarn. Types of staff organization. mechanism of migration. Martindale. Pierce’s equation and later modifications. Textile Yarn. crimp interchange in woven fabric. Theoretical treatment of fabric deformation in tension.S. Backer. Goswami. amplitude of migration and frequency of migration. relation with end-breakage rate.G. cloth setting theories. spinning-in coefficient and fibre extent. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by T.2 Mechanical Machine Design (NTT-042) (L T P 3 1 0) 76 . Industrial Engineering. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by S. Predetermining spinning and weaving cost. method of measurement of twist contractionTotal Lectures required =10 Unit (2): Fibre migration: mean fibre position. K Sharma 3. Grossberg. Departmental Elective IV 3.B. Textile structure. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (5): Relation of fabric properties to simple geometry. 6. F.M.J. crimp balance equation. spinability of textile fibres. Chabra 3. Viability evaluation of a project . Pierce’s geometry. Staff organization system in textile mills Total of lectures required = 8 Grant total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material 1.C.Textile institute 3. Organization & management by Tarachand 2. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Elements of fabric geometry. limit of twist.W. packing factor and its measurement. Yarn geometry.1 Theory of Textile Structure (NTT-041) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of yarns. estimation of strength of blended yarn Total Lectures required =6 Unit 3: Mechanism of staple fibre yarns.

turning Moment diagram. Machine Design An Integrated Approach: Robert L. constraints. Design .B. Cotter & Knuckle Joints: Design of various types of riveted joints under different static loading conditions. Feasibility study technical feasibility. Splines. Self energizing condition of brakes. Addison Wesley. Total Lectures Required =10 Unit 4: Clutches: Various types of clutches in use. Couplings & Flywheel: Design of Keys – Flat. Cone & Centrifugal. Total lectures required =9 77 . Couplings design – Rigid & Flexible coupling. Riveted Joints. Bhandari – Tata McGraw Hill. design of chain drives with sprockets.Unit 1: Design Philosophy: Problem identification. eccentrically loaded riveted joints. Brakes: Various types of Brakes. design of cotter and knuckle joints. V. Product Design and Manufacturing . specifications. 11.Gupta. Design of shoe brakes – Internal & external expanding. New York. Design of various types of welding joints under different static load conditions. Multidisc.problem statement. hardness. I)Total lectures required =9 Unit 2: Basic circuits used for controllers. Detailed design. Brain storming. Overview of basic digital electronic: Gates and ICs. 13. 9. Departmental Elective V 4. Total Lectures Required =10 Grant Total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material : 8. Design of friction clutches – Disc. Condition for Transmission of max. Selection of best possible solution. Eccentrically loaded bolted joints in shear and under combined stresses. Design of Machine Elements – V. New Delhi. Total Lectures Required =11 Unit 3: Belt rope and chain drives: Design of belt drives. 10. Selection of Materials: Classification of Engg. 4. Power.Chitale and R.Tata MacGraw Hill. coefficient of fluctuation of energy and speed.First Metric Editions: Joseph Edward Shigley-MGH.Norton. Generation of solution field (solution variants).C. Selection of belt.G. Machine Design : S. Total Lectures Required =11 Unit 2: Mechanical Joints: ISO Metric Screw Threads. Preliminary design. Kennedy Keys. Design of power screws. Kamlesh Purohit. Thermal Considerations in brake designing. strength parameters with reference to stress-strain diagram. Design of machine elements-C S Sharma. design of flywheel –solid disk & rimmed flywheels. Mechanical properties of the commonly used engg. Bolted joints in tension. Mechanical Engg. 14. Factor of safety. Materials. Kulkarini . MGH. band brakes. PHI. New York.1 Electronics in Textiles (NTT-051) Unit 1: Overview of applications of electronic and controls in textile equipments and machines. Torque transmitting capacity. PHI. 12. Engineering design – George Dieter. economic & financial feasibility. Materials. Overview of basic analog electronics (R L C.K. Keys. Selection of Fits and tolerances and analysis of dimensional chains. societal & environmental feasibility. Flat & V-belt drives. A. design of rope drives.

Principle of semiconductor devices: Sima Dimitrejev 4. temperature. Weaving mechanism. warp tension measurement and its control. Total lectures required =8 Unit 5: Motor and power drives. by Talukdar. Concept of cold sizing for worsted warp sizing. concept of designing of stop motions in warping Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 3: Designing concept of saw box for sizing machine. pressure. airjet and waterjet systemsTotal Lectures Required = 9 Unit 5: Brief introduction of electronic Dobby and Jacquard. heating system for drying cylinder.2 Principles & Design of Weaving Machines (NTT-053) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Designing concepts of drum winding. designing of drying cylinder. 6. designing concepts of tappet for different twill weaves. weft insertion system of sulzer. sectional warping. Control and automation by microprocessors. machine and management. Kinetics of slay. Semiconductor Devices and Circuits. by Robinson Modern weaving preparation and machinery. Transmission of motion in warping machines. rapier. designing of winding drum. mechanism of different stop motions on shuttleless looms Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material 5. designing concept of slub catchers Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 2: Designing concepts of warping drums. system and examples. Designing concept of multiphase weaving. Total lectures required =8 Grand Total of Lectures required = 42 Reference books: 4. slay eccentricity. 7. traverse in different winding machines. position. Data acquisition analysis.: Aloke K Dutta 5. Solid state electronic devices: D K Bhattacharya 6. by A. force. control elements. flow)Total lectures required =8 Unit 4: Signal conditioning. Concepts of latest tensioners for winding. Ormerod 78 . 8. Modern development in weaving machine.Unit 3: Various types of sensors and transducers used in textile industry ( displacement. designing concepts of high efficiency creels. some applications of data acquisition and control systems in textiles. by Duxburg Weaving mechanism. and microcontrollers. Different picking system. latest machinery developments in sizing machines Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit 4: Principles governing the design of looms. Mechanics of basic weaving operations.

NOE-039 : Applied Linear Algebra 79 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 100 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 1 0 0 0 15 15 10 10 25 25 50 50 75 75* 3 0 0 0 3 3 2 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 50 50 50 1 1 1 0 2 10 10 20 30 1 5 10 50 50 1000 25 . No. Semester-III S. NOE. NOE. Subject Code 1 NAS301/NOE 031-039 Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total Subject Total Cr ed its THEORY SUBJECT Engg. NOE.032: Nano Sciences 3. NOE.037:Material Science 8. NOE.036:Nuclear Science 7.038:Discrete Mathematics 9.P. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] Year 2nd.033: Laser Systems & Application 4. NOE.035:Polymer Science & Technology 6. NOE.031:-Non-Linear Dynamics Systems 2. Mathematics-III/ 3 Science based open elective 2 NTT-305 Yarn Technology-I 3 3 NTT-306 Fabric Technology -I 3 4 NTT-303 Wet Processing of 3 Textiles-I 5 NHU-301/ Industrial Psychology/ 2 NHU-302 Industrial Sociology 6 NTT-304 Textile Fibres-I 2 AUC-001/ Human Value & 2 AUC-002 Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-355 Yarn Technology-I Lab 0 8 NTT-356 Fabric Technology-I 0 9 NTT-353 Wet Processing of 0 Textiles –I Lab 10 NTT-354 Textile Fibres-I Lab 0 11 NGP-301 General proficiency Total 18 Science Based Open Elective: 1. NOE.U. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.034:Space Sciences 5.

U. NOE 047:Material Science 8. Mathematics-III/ 3 Science based Open Elective 2 Yarn Technology-II 3 3 Fabric Technology-II 3 4 Wet Processing of 3 Textiles-II 5 NHU401/ Industrial Psychology/ 2 NHU402 Industrial Sociology 6 NTT-404 Textile Fibre-II 2 AUC-002/ Cyber Security / 2 AUC-001 Human Value & Professional Ethics PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT. NOE 041:-Non-Linear Dynamics Systems 2. NOE 046:Nuclear Science 7. NOE 044:Space Sciences 5. NOE 042: Nano Sciences 3. NOE 043: Laser Systems & Application 4.P.453 Wet Processing of 0 Textiles-II Lab 9 NTT-456 Fabric Technology-II Lab 0 10 NTT-454 Textile Fibre-II Lab 0 11 NGP-401 General Proficiency Total 18 Science Based Open Elective: 1. Semester-IV S. NOE 048:Discrete Mathematics 80 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 100 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 1 0 0 0 15 15 10 10 25 25 50 50 75 75* 3 0 0 3 2 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 3 2 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 1 1 5 10 50 50 50 1000 25 . No. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.455 Yarn Technology-II Lab 0 8 NTT. Subject Code 1 NAS 401/ NOE 041049 NTT-405 NTT-406 NTT-403 Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total Subject Total Cre dits THEORY SUBJECT Engg. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] Year 2nd. NOE 045:Polymer Science & Technology 6.

LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] S. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Semester-V Periods Evaluation Scheme Subject Cred Total its L T P Sessional ESE Assessment C TA Tot T al THEORY SUBJECT 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Polymer Chemistry 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Principle of Chemical Engineering Colour & Design 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 Fabric Structure 2 1 0 15 10 25 50 75 3 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 3 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 10 10 20 30 50 1 6 HS PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTTTextile Testing-I 551 Lab 8 NTTPolymer Chemistry 556 Lab 9 NTTPrinciple of 557 Chemical Engineering Lab 10 NTTFabric Analysis Lab 555 11 NGPGeneral Proficiency 501 Total 50 16 5 10 81 1000 25 . 1 2 3 4 5 Subject Code NTT501 NTT506 NTT507 NTT504 NTT505 Name of Subject Textile Testing-I Year 3rd.U P. No.

Subject Code Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total Subject Total Cre dits THEORY SUBJECT 1 2 NTT. NTT-023 Multi & Long Fibre Spinning Textured Yarn Technology 82 20 20 50 50 100 100 150 150 4 4 20 50 100 150 4 20 50 100 150 4 10 25 50 75 3 10 25 50 75 2 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 10 20 30 50 1 50 50 1000 1 50 25 . No.P. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Semester-VI S. NTT-014 Instrumentation & Automatic Control 2.012/ Garment Manufacture 3 1 0 30 NTT.023 Spinning/ Textured Yarn Technology 6 HS 2 0 0 15 PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] Year 3rd.651 Textile Testing-II Lab 0 0 3 10 8 NTT-654 Post Spinning 0 0 3 10 Operation Lab 9 NTF-655 Structure & Properties 0 0 2 10 of Fibre Lab 10 NTT-654 SEMINAR 2 11 NGP-601 General Proficiency Total 16 5 10 Departmental Elective I 1.014 Technology/ Instrumentation & Automatic Control 5 NTT-022/ Multi & Long Fibre 2 1 0 15 NTT. NTT-012 Garment Manufacturing Technology Departmental Elective II 1.604 Textile Testing-II 3 1 0 30 Post Spinning 3 1 0 30 Operation 3 NTT-605 Structure & Properties 3 1 0 30 of Fibre 4 NTT. NTT-022 2.601 NTT.

NOE-071 Entrepreneurship Development/Quality Management 5.P. No. NOE-072 Quality Management 6. NTT-701 Process Control in Spinning 6. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. NOE-073 Operation Research Departmental Elective III 1. NTT-033 Knitting Technology 83 . Subject Code 1 NTT-701/ NTT-702 2 NOE-071/ NOE-072/ 3 Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECT 2 0 0 15 Process Control in Spinning/ Process Control in Weaving Entrepreneurship Development/ Quality Management/ Operation Research NOE-073 NTT-707 Fibre Manufacturing & Process Control 4 NTT-708 Fibre Reinforced Composite 5 NTT 031/ Non-woven/ NTT-033 Knitting Technology PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 6 NTT-751 Project (mid term evaluation) 7 NTT-752 Industrial Training 8 NTT-757 Fibre Production & Characterization Lab 9 NGP-701 General Proficiency Total Subject Total Credi ts 10 25 50 75 2 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 8 10 10 20 30 50 4 0 0 0 0 3 2 10 10 10 10 20 20 30 30 50 50 2 4 14 4 13 50 1000 25 Open Elective from Other Departments 1 5. Semester-VII S. NTT-031 Non Woven 2. NTT-702 Process Control in Weaving Open Elective from Other Departments 2 4. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] Year 4th.

041/ Theory of Textile NTT. Semester-VIII S.055 Made fibre / Coating of Textiles PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 5 NTT-851 PROJECT 6 NTT-852 SEMINAR 7 NGP. NTT-801 Technical Textiles 2. NTT-042 Departmental Elective V 1. NTT-041 2.801 General Proficiency Total Credit s 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 12 100 100 150 250 0 0 3 100 100 10 7 2 50 1000 25 12 4 15 Open Elective from Other Departments 1. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme Man Made Fibre Technology [Effective From-2014-15] Year 4th.P. Subject Code 1 NTT-801/ NOE-083 2 NTT-803 Name of Subject Periods L T P Evaluation Scheme Sessional ESE Assessment CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECT Technical Textiles/ 3 1 0 30 Product Development High Performance Fibres 3 NTT.043 structure / Mill Planning & Organization 4 NTT-054/ Special topics in Man NTT. NTT-054 Subject Total Theory of Textile Structure Mill Planning & Organization Special topics in Man Made Fibre Technology Coating of Textiles 84 . TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. No. NOE-082 Product Development Departmental Elective IV 1. NTT-053 2.

Total lectures required = 08 Grand Total Lectures Required = 30 Text Books & Reference material: 1. assessment of neps. card setting. Specification of different parts of card & card clothing. Types of openers. various stop motion. bin.T. auto levelers in card. latest openers and beaters.3rd Semester B. kinds of mixing. Types of card clothing. Tech. stripping grinding. YARN TECHNOLOGY-I (NTT-305) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Picking and cotton harvesting. Total lectures required = 09 Unit (2): Object of blow room. Engineering Mathematics-III/ Science based Open Elective (NAS 301/ NOE031-038): Syllabus as decided by U. different weighting systems. feeding.Solholore 3. Total lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Objects of draw frame. stack mixing. Chute feed system. Total lectures required = 08 Unit (5): Working of draw frame. Total lectures required = 09 Unit (3): Objects. Ginning. calculation on draft and production.P. carding and doffing of material.R. Technology of carding by R. beaters. Concept of high speed draw frame. drafting and its types.Pre and post ginning. Spinning blow room and carding by Prof. pre-cleaning of cotton . Solholora Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 85 . Principles of selection of cotton for mixing hand. mecarthy and saw gins. MAN MADE FIBRE TECHNOLOGY 1. Manual of cotton spinning by Frank Fharnley 4. different drafting systems. Man made fibre and their processing by W. auto mixer. Production and efficiency of different m/c.Chattopadhyay 5. roller weighting. different cotton varieties advantage and disadvantage of mixing. basic card calculation. Lap rejection and lap defects. Description and working of knife roller. Spinning of man made and blends on cotton systems by K.R. roller slip and drafting waves. Lap forming mechanism.Kiein 2. (L T P 3 1 0 =4) 2.U. K.

methods of desizing. classification of different warp winding m/c’s with detail specification). FABRIC TECHNOLOGY-I (NTT-306) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Study of different types of knots. Principle and application of surfactant in textile processing.BTRA) 3. Process control in warping. working of stop motion. scouring and bleaching of textile material. Classification of various types of warping m/c with specification. Sengupta 4. Wet Processing of Textiles -I (NTT-303) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Role of water & its quality for wet processing. Total lectures required = 09 Unit (2): Auto-coner: Objective of auto-coner. Warp sizing by Rame Bottom 5. Classification of weft winding m/c. different types of slub catchers. Total lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Object of sizing. Yarn preparation Vol. sizerecipe.3. Total lectures required = 08 Unit (5): Estimation of efficiency and productivity of various types of winding & warping machines. important parts of auto-coner and their functions. wool. computerized warping machines. acrylic and blends including optical whitening Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Objectives of desizing. working principle of various types of weft winders. nylon. different ingredients with method of preparation of size-paste. Sectional warping machines. Sizing 2. average and resultant count of plied yarns. working principles of various controls used on sizing m/c. concept of splicing. Warping c. concept of yarn clearing. classification of sizing m/c. Winding b. of textiles. bleaching and mercerization of textile materials. different winding faults with remedies. I & II R. natural and added impurities in textiles. winding and sizing (ATIRA. singeing. Waxing attachment. polyester. Total lectures required = 08 Unit (3): Objective of warping. yarn numbering system. Sequence of chemical processing.working principles of thread stop motion. Tablets (ATIRA) a. yarn travesty system. Total Lectures required =9 86 . warping beam defect with remedies. Yarn calculation by R. scouring. Various preparatory processes for cotton. full beam stop motion used on warping motion. size-beam faults with remedies. Total lectures required = 8 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Text Books: 1. various faults in bleaching and their remedies and removal. Different types of desizing and bleaching agents. silk. different types of tensioners. quality of good beam. Sengupta Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4.

textile fibre (1). hemp. jute etc) Advantages and disadvantages of natural and man-made fibres. Textile Fibre-I: (NTT-304) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Fibre. extraction. Morphological structure of cotton fibre. Measurement of colour. and their application Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Brief introduction to processing machinery and new processes development in machinery for preparatory and dyeing. Grading of cotton. varieties of cotton fibre. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Morphological structure of wool. Varieties of wool fibre with brief description. Total Lectures required = 09 Unit (3): Cultivation. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology (NHU301/NHU302) Syllabus to be decided by UPTU (L T P 2 0 0=2) 6.Unit (3): Objective of heat setting. jute. Composition of wool fibre. Wool scouring. varities of silk with brief description etc. shade matching. whiteness/ yellowness index Total Lectures required =8 Grand Total Lectures Required =42 Books: 1. Technology of finishing by V. morphological structure. Technology of bleaching and mercerization by V. and ramie. wool.A. Shenai 4. Production of waste silk yarn. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Introduction to colours and their mixing. Total Lectures required =8 87 . and combing. Objective of mercerization. method and types of heat setting and mercerizing. Morphological structure of silk.A. Application of Computer Colour Matching system as a quality control tools to evaluate strength/ Purity of dye. Production of raw silk. Physical properties of cotton fibre. Chemical composition and physical properties of silk. effect of acid and alkalies. yarn and fabric mercerizing.R. Properties of wool fibres. Chemical processing of cotton and p/c blends – ATIRA 2. National and international production and consumption of various natural fibres (cotton. ramie. properties and uses of bast fibres such as flax. Optical brightening agents. Chackrawartty 3. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (2): Geographical distribution and cultivation of cotton fibre. physical and chemical aspects of mercerization. Effect of acid and alkalis on cotton fibre. silk linen. Fibre Quality Index. Classification of natural textile fibres (1). Shenai Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 5. A glimps on the chemical technology and textile fibres by R. Essential and desirable properties of textile fibres (2).

measure wax content. Physical properties of textile fibres. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. V. various control and change places etc. U. drop absorption test. Practice in checking the quality of laps Study of constructional details of card.T. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 88 . speeds.K.E. calculating speed of different machine parts. finding out individual draft and total draft in carding machine. 2. Calculations pertaining yo warping machines. cheese winding.-2 By Dr. S P Mishra Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. cheese winding. constructional details of machine. I. Morton & J. Delhi.S. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 3RD SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-355: Yarn Technology-I: Practice in handling and operation of blow room. change places and speed calculation of a carding machine. Hearle.W. Study of construction details of draw frame.Grand total of Lectures = 33 Books: 1. flat speed. Fibre Science and Technology. constant. bleaching and mercerization of cotton fabric and to evaluate the effectiveness of each process using various test such as Tewega test. Production calculation of blow room. study of constructional details of machinery in blow room. scouring. Progress in textiles: Science and technology Vol. whiteness index. 3. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. Hand book of textile fibres by J. draft and production etc TT-356: Fabric Technology-I Study of cone winding. barium activity number test. Calculations pertaining to cone winding. find out available chlorine in a given sample of sodium hypo chloride. Blows per inch of Krishner beater. Textile Institute. types of packages produced by them and package faults. pirn winding Study of beam warping & sectional warping machine. various controls points and change places. calculation pertaining to gearing.K. determine strength of H2O2 (Hydrogen peroxide) by titration method.Gordon Cook 4. W. to finish fabric with water repellent and flame retardant finishes and test water repellency and flame retardant property using appropriate test method. stop motion and tensioners in warping. TT-354: Textile Fibres-I Principle of microscopy. Kothari. TT-353 Wet Processing of Textiles-I: Sizing.I. microscopic identification of natural fibres. pirn winding and auto coner. ash content and scouring loss of cotton fabric.

Objects and terminology. draft. Mechanism involved in drafting. types of reeling construction and working of a reel yarn bundling. important parts of speed frame and their functioning. twist multiplier and roving twist Total lectures required = 9 Unit 4: Introduction and objective of ring frame. Engineering Mathematics / Science based elective (NAS-401/NOE-041048): (L T P 3 1 0 =4) 2.Chattopadhyay Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 89 . Total lectures required = 8 Unit 3: Objectives of speed frame. Tech Man Made Fibre Technology 1. common package size. important parts of ring frame and their functions. concept of comber waste.. sliver lap. Spinning of man-made and blends on cotton systems by K. Manual of cotton spinning by Frank Fharnley 4. and winding. different types of roller drafting systems.4th Semester B. Technology of carding by R. mechanism of cop formation. ring frame calculations pertaining to TPI. Total lectures required = 09 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & reference Books: 1. twisting. ribbon lap and super lap machines. t.Kiein 2. principle and mechanism involved in drafting. Types of rings and travelers. twisting and winding. configuration of fibre feed and its effect on the quality of product and efficiency of comber. Total lectures required = 8 Unit 2: Important parts of comber and their functioning. and production. Total lectures required = 8 Unit 5: Control in yarn faults. concept of forward and backward feed. Yarn Technology-II (NTT-405) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Objectives of combing. study of ring doublers. Reeling: Objects and terminology. Man-made fibre and their processing by W.i. Combing cycle. calculation pertaining to production and noil percentage. system of lap preparation. combing cycle.Solholore 3.p.R. calculations pertaining to gearing. Common defects in roving package. Doubling . production and draft.

. Weaving mechanism Vol.1 & ll by N.. healds. description of various types of dobby’s. different primary motion of handloom & power looms. Dyeing of polyester with disperse dyes. various timings and settings used on loom for filament weaving Total of lectures required=9 Unit (5): Classification of automatic loom. Total of lectures required=8 Unit (3): Working principle of dobby. cross dyeing of polyester and cellulosic blends. study of various auxiliary motion of automatic loom. classification of various shedding arrangements. 3.3. Classification of loom. 2. calculation regarding cloth production. exhaust and continuous dyeing Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Dyeing of nylon. their mechanical details.N. Dyeing of nylon and wool and wiil and acrylic blends. side and centre weft fork motion. reactive.Sen Gupta. Total of lectures required=8 Unit (2): Various ways of shedding. Fabric Technology-II (NTT-406) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to weaving process. working principles of jacquard. and silk with acid. Total of lectures required=8. 6. and idea of construction of tappet. 5. Weaving by ATIRA. early and late shedding. negative and positive dobby. and working principle of drop box motion. Wet Processing of Textiles-II (NTT-403) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of dyes according to their mode of application. various types of sheds. vat and sulphur dyes. wool. . secondary and auxiliary motions. Weaving Mechanism (Fox). Dteing of cellulosic material with direct. efficiency. dyeing of acrylic with basic dyes. beating up motion. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology: Syllabus provided by UPTU BOS 5.Banarjee. fabric defects and remedies. metal complex dyes.Secondary motion of loom.. tappet shedding. primary. Weaving calculation by R. Grand total lectures required=33 Text Books & Recommended Books:1. yarn inventory etc. Mechanism/Weaving machine (TALUKDAR) Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Total of lectures required=9 Unit (4): Warp protecting motion. reed & temples and their utility in loom. under pick and over pick mechanism. Automatic loom by ATIRA (tablet) 4. settings and adjustments. Total Lectures required =8 90 .

R. brief idea about spinning head. Shenai 20. flame retardant. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): Various types of chemical finishing such as softner. by V. some dope additives for specialty polyester fibre. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6.Different types of polyamide fibres. Shenai 18. Shenai 19. brushing. classification of man-made fibre. and shrinking. easy care. quench chamber. Properties of Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 fibre.l dry-jet-wet spinning process.A. Acrylic fibreformation by dry spinning.T. calendaring. Milling. Application of finishes. antistatic. spinning of filament yarns and staple fibre manufacturing. Technology of finishing. Manufacturing of Nylon 6 and Nylon 6. by V. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Polyamide fibre. bactericidal & fungicidal. raising. wet & dry spinning.Unit (3): Styles and methods of printing outline of various methods and their limitations. Application and type of printing thickners. Nylon polymer production by continuous polymerization in VK tube. oil & soil resistance.polymer production by DMT & PTA route.A. Various types of mechanical finishing such as singeing. printing auxiliaries. Chemical processing of cotton & p/c blends.R. Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibre. Polyethylene Terephthalate fibre. by R. spin finish application Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Introduction to synthetic fibres. Properties of polyester fibre. Properties of thickner. Classification of finishing (mechanical and chemical). napping.6 by melt spinning. water repellent.ATIRA 16. An introduction to Textile finishing by J. spinneret. A glimpse on the chemical technology of textile fibres. Textile Fibre-II (NTT-404) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): General definition of man-made or manufactured fibres. Dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibres by E. Technology of printing Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Finishing: Introduction to finishing.A. by V. Trotman 21. chip drying.basic principles. Marsh. and introduction to manufacturing processes of man-made fibres.Various style of printing –direct style resist style and discharge style of printing. effect of process variable on properties of polyester fibre. Total Lectures required =9 Text Books and Reference material: 15. Heat setting. Total Lectures required =9 91 . Chakraborty 17. Thickeners and their application . Technology of fdyeing. & coagulation bath. Study of various systems of spinning: melt. Technology of Printing. anti piling.

E.A. viscose fibre properties. Vaidhya 18. Fibre Chemistry by M. concepts of regeneration of fibre. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. by R.Unit (4): Introduction to regenerated fibre. wetr spinning of viscose rayon. by C. Introduction to cuprammonium rayon in brief. Gupta & V.B. Raw material for viscose rayon. by M. Essential fibre chemistry. by V. by A.K. formation of serrated edge cross-section of viscose rayon. Marcel & Dekkan Inc 19. Moncrief Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. E. Production of Synthetic Fibres. 20. introduction of cellulose acetate rayon in brief. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 35 Reference Books: 15. WEooding. Regenerated Cellulose fibre. manufacturing sequence of viscose fibre. Man Made Fibres. by Gordon Cook 21. Manufactured fibre Technology. Kothari 16. Miller 17. Pearce. Lewin.W. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 92 . Handbook of Textile fibre.M.

standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. vat and sulphur dye. dobby shedding. various controls. ribbon lap & comber. direct. appropriate disperse. setting and gauging of ring frame and doubling frame. beat up. dyeing polyester. warp and weft stop motions. names of parts. over pick. draft. its different parts and passage of material on it. study of constructional details of machinery. resist and discharge. acid and basic dyes. calculation of speeds of different parts. light. setting of automatic pirn change. TT-456: Fabric Technology-I Introduction to loom. Print cotton fabric using various styles of printing. change places in roving frame. Evaluate colour fastness to washing. ribbon lap and comber. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 93 . silk. drop box motions. ribbon lap & comber. seven wheel take up. wool. Calculation of draft atr different zones and production at sliver lap. microscopic identification of man-made fibres. twist & production at roving frame. five wheel take up. setting and fitting of warp protecting. jacquard shedding. acrylic and nylon using. and shuttle box. negative let-off and semi-positive let-off motions Construction. under pick. Passage of material at roving frame. Names of parts.4TH SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-455: Yarn Technology-I: Constructional details of sliver lap. namely. change places etc. perspiration and rubbing properties TT-454: Textile Fibres-II Principle of microscopy. change places and speed calculation of a sliver lap. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. TT-453: Wet Processing of Textiles-I: Dye cotton with direct. Operating. Names of parts. reactive. setting and fitting of tappet shedding.

(b) Chemistry of important monomers. Hearle Laboratory work: As per lab syllabus 2. effect of moisture on properties (physical. classification of twist.Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanical properties of fibres. maturity. selection of sample for testing. Morton and J. denier. Booth 11. factors affecting the regain. colour and foreign matter including principle. sampling. work of rupture. crimp. twist measurement. Man Made Fibre Technology 1. (b) Mechanism. Savile 12. absolute and relative humidity. square and cut-square technique. Polymer Chemistry (NTT-506) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1) Scope of Polymer Chemistry. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): determination of yarn count. Twist. (a) definition of monomers. diameter. moisture regain & moisture content and their measurement. Nm. (c) Bulk. spin finish. by B.5th Semester B. Emulsion and suspension polymerization(d) comparison of condensation and addition polymerization. bundle strength.W. homo-polymers and copolymers. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Measurement of physical characteristics of cotton viz. level of twist . by J. kinetic and molecular weight build up . quadrant balance. yarn and fabric testing. R. T. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (2): Condensation polymerization. sampling techniques. biased sampling. Textile Testing-I (NTT-501) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to fiber. (c) Thermo sets (d) Thermoplastic (e) Elastomers (f) Tg. direct counting method. Quality control and testing management. Principles of textile testing. fibre quality index etc. Physical properties of fibres. length. by W. operation.B. elongation. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Atmospheric conditions for testing. Knowles balance. Total Lectures Required = 8 94 . twist tester. Solution. & mechanical) of textile material.e. control of atmospheric conditions during testing. average & resultant count of folded yarn.K. dry and wet bulb hygrometer. twist-untwist method. Measurement of physical properties of man-made fibres i. continuous twist tester. Beeslay balance and physical balance. by V. and calibration of the equipment in common use. D. Tm. and solution properties of polymers. length. fineness. random sampling. relation between Ne.E. Physical testing of textiles. Twist tester. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 9. Tech. relation between structure and mechanical properties of fibres. construction. modulus.P. strength. Shirley moisture meter. importance of moisture in textiles. Kothari 10. Instruments used for determination of count.S.E.

End-Group analysis method.I. Brewster circle. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (5): Application of polymer to textiles. flow meters. Fiber forming synthetic polymer.Bhatnagar Polymer science by Gawaskar. Crystallization apparatus. reciprocating pumps.Sharma 3 Principle of Chemical Engineering (NTT-405) ( L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Industrial calculation. Pigment theory of colours.Vol. crystal forms. paddle stirrers. Bill Meyer Text bookof Polymer. type of extraction. Total of lectures required=12 Unit-2: Evaporation. Properties of fiber forming synthetic polymer. material balance. Techniques for measurement Polydispersity. Total Lectures required = 11 Unit (2): Colour measurement. Complementary colours. Colour contrast. Text Books & Reference Books: Text Book of Polymer science by F.S. Chromatic circle. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total Lectures required = 42 1. Viscosity of measurement method. mechanism of fluid flow (1). Colours in combination. types of Evaporation.Unit (3): Addition polymerization. 3. Modification of colours. Attributes of the primary & secondary colours.. kneeding m/c. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-4: Crystallization. steam distillation. filtration. Tertiary & compound colours. (c) Radical. mixing type of mixers. Secondary. gel permeable chromatography. filtration apparatus.K. viscosity measure. distillation method). drying tunnel and rotary driers (1)distillation. gas absorption equipment. contrast 95 . Colour & Design (NTT-504) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit (1): Light and colour phenomena. rate of growth of crystal. theory of Gas absorption. sreedhar and Jaydev Polymer chemistry by B. Total of lectures required=10 Grand total lectures required =40 Text Books & Reference Books: Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4.W. Emission & absorption theory of light. Biren’s triangle. Crystallization theory. 2. theory of extraction. cationic and anionic polymerization (d) Mechanism and kinetics of polymerization. III by M. StereoRegular polymerization. extraction. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-3: Gas absorption. energy balance. Colour vision and light theory of colours. Vishwanathan. Coloured greys. II. physical basis of colour. Block and Graft polymerization (2). 4. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): Characterization of molecular weight of polymers. (b) Type of addition polymerization. Primary. Flow of fluids. (e) Copolymerization. centrifugal pumps.

& diagonal waved line base. Wave/ zig-zag. Condition to be observed during ornamentation of fabrics. limitation of extra thread. principle of figuring with extra material extra warp figuring. Combined twills. Geometric ornamentation. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. brighten honeycomb. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Regular and irregular satin. divisional colours. Mode shade. Harmony of succession. Sari border / vertical border design.J. elongated twills. Colour and weave effect and its classification. Total Lectures required =11 Unit (3): Composition of designs. ordinary honeycomb. construction of plain weave and its derivatives (rib and mat weave). 2. contrast of tone. Different stages of colouring of textile materials. W. Half drop and drop reverse design.Textile design and colour 6. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile. Fancy twills-large diagonal shaded twills. warp faced. Total Lectures required = 8 Unit (2): Satin regular. mock leno. Z. Huck-a-back and crepe weave. HS: Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0 =2) 96 . Total Lectures Required = 9 Grand Total Lectures Required = 34 Reference Book: 1. colour harmony. London. Construction of symmetrical designs. Z. barley corn stitched hopsack and twilled hopsack. Ripstop weave. Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. Watson. irregular and their extension. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (4): Unit repeating design. extra weft. 3. Fabric Structure (NTT-505) (L T P 2 1 0=3) Unit (1): Classification of various fabrics. end to end and pick-to-pick combination. London. London. Relative spaces occupied by colours. herringbone twill.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth. Ogee. Mixed colour effect. Traditional Textile designs B K Behera 5. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6. sateen base diagonals and brained twills. Bases of Textile design. Total Lecture required = 10 Unit (5): Art sheet based question covering all above units Grand total Lectures required = 34 Reference Books: 5. weft faced & balanced twills. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): derivatives of hopsack. curved twill. 4. W.. Application of colours. right hand twill. One third and one fourth drop design. reversing inclined figure. Diamond. Grosicki. gradation of hue. weft and piques (1). broken twill. applications of colours. Simple and wadded bed ford cords (1). steep twills. Diamond. Factor affecting the woven designs.in hue. ordinary twill. Stripe and check effect designs.

twill. flow meter. Tg. moisture content and strength etc using different methods and instruments. 97 . barleycorn etc . cleanliness of cotton. measurement of cover factor and crimp of fabrics. Mechanism of fluid flow. Crystallization . Measurement of hank of sliver. filtration analysis. Textile testing-I Measurement of fibre length and its distribution. Tm & solution properties of monomer. roving and count of yarn and their variability. testing of neps in card web. molecular weight measurement by viscosity method. Use of statistical techniques for evaluation of experimental results TT-556. Lea strength measurement. TT-557. Chaaracterization of polymers. hopsack. Polymer Chemistry Lab Chemistry of monomer.5th SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-551. fineness. Single yarn strength and elongation. sliver. Analysis and interpretation of test results. roving and yarns. Fibre diameter and its variability. . satin. TT-555: Fabric Analysis: Analysis of various types of fabric structures like plain. Principle of Chemical Engineering Lab Flow of fluids. End group analysis.

Scott serigraph. Kothari. Man Made Fibre Technology 1. and stiffness of fabric. Total of lectures required=9 Unit (2). tearing strength. Temporary. fabric strength tester. 3. drawing of as-spun fibres through neck formation. stretch breaking. 4. principles and methods of evenness testing. Textile Testing-II (NTT-601) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Tensile properties of yarn and fabric. Sydel stretch breaking. Influence of heat setting variables on structures & properties of fibres. . drawing unit Factors influencing drawaility. Influence of drawing on structure and properties of fibres. multi stage. Kothari. air permeability.K. Total of lectures required=9 98 . Test. cutting method.S. heat –setting equipments.P. single yarn strength tester. yarn tensile strength testing machines. knowledge about the equipment used. Grab test. methods for finding of various modulus. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit (2): Procedure of determination of strength and elongation in the spun yarns. semi permanent and permanent heat setting. Instron tensile tester. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference Books: 1. measurement of fastness to light and rubbing. Saville. Heat setting . Tech. PPI. shrinkage. pilling. Turbo stapler. Total of lectures required=9 Unit (3): Tow to top conversion. nature and causes of irregularities. various methods for finding of yield point. Quality control by V.impact tester. stress-strain curve. V. thermal transmission. destination of tenacity. 2.K. Pacific tow to top cutting system. Methods used for orientation stretching. crimp. evaluation and interpretation of evenness diagram & spectrogram and their associated equipment.6th Semester B. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit(3): Measurement of evenness testing of yarns. EPI. thickness. Brief introduction to FAST and KAWABATA. Booth. 2. Post Spinning Operation (NTT-604) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Concept of drawing. Classimat faults . Principles of textile testing by J. weight and cover factor. drawing of melt spun filaments.nature of heat set.E. bursting strength. Quality control and testing management by Dr. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (5): Measurement of water repellency. tensile strength.single stage. fabric B. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Measurement of physical properties of fabric and the knowledge of the equipment used. Physical testing of textiles by B. lea strength tester.

Manufactured fibre technology by V. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Thermal behavior of textile fibres by Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC). Total of lectures required=7 Grand total lectures required =42 Text Books & Reference book:1.K. orientation. 2. manufacture of high shrink fibres. Quantitative theory of heat moisture absorption.Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (2): Concept of scanning electron microscope (SEM). fibre friction measurement. Thermomechanical Analyser (TMA) Density gradient column.Gupta & V. Birefringence behavior. heat of absorption. integral heat of absorption. twisting of continuous filaments. differential heat of absorption. Manufactured fibre technology by V. Synthetic fibre by Vaidhya 3.W. crimping methods. Rate of moisture absorption Total Lectures Required = 10 Grand Total of lectures required = 42 Reference Book: 1. Concept of transmission electron microscope (TEM) Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Methods of estimating molecular weight. silk. ASTM Standard books 99 . thermal mechanical analysis (TGA). and other textile fibres. Textile fibre part-ll by V.K. Structure of Cotton. V. influence of fibre and process variables on properties of blended yarns. Thermal behavior of material by Turi 4. crystallinity & crystalline orientation of fibre forming polymer.Hearle. dielectric properties. relation between fibre structure and fibre.Kothari. Hearle 3. Gupta. fibre friction. Overall orientation by “sonic modulus tester. Preparation of density gradient coloumn. 4.Kothari. Structure & properties of Fibres (NTT-011) (L T P 3 1 0)Unit (1): Unit (1): Basic structural features of fibre. TGA. Physical properties of fibre by J.S. Crystallinity by density gradient coloumn.Unit (4): Need for crimping.W. Systems used conversion of fibres in to yarn. Textured yarn technology by J. Modern yarn production by Ray 5.K. Moisture absorption. fibre to fibre. Textile fibres by ATIRA 6. Kothari 2. Atomic force microscopy. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (4): Optical properties of fibres. fibre fracture.B. concept of moisture absorption by fibres. up twisters and two for one twister. Total of lectures required=8 Unit 5: Twist setting. Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3.S. wool. yarn to yarn friction measurement Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (5): Creep behavior.B.

7. Polymers by fibre & textiles encyclopedia
8. Advances in fibre source by S.K. Mukhopadhyaya

4. Departmental Elective I
4.1

Garment Manufacture Technology (NTT-012) (L T P 3 1 0)
Unit (1): Introduction to garment manufacturing technology, Sample cutting, ZFusing, Sewing,
Pressing, Finishing and inspection, Line balancing concept.
Total Lectures required =8
Unit (2): Introduction to measurement of fabric dimensional properties, fabric comfort, thermal
comfort, objective evaluation of fabric, low stress fabric properties, Kawabata system, fabric assurance
by sample testing, fabric defects, Fabtic inspection and feedback to back process. Total Lectures
required =9
Unit (3) Introduction to garment cutting, Marker planning, Efficiency of Marker planning, methods of
marker planning and marker use, spreading of the fabric, to form a lay, spreading requirements, methods
of spreading, fabric packages, objective of cuttings, methods of cuttings. Total Lectures required =9
Unit (4): Introduction to seam, stitch, stitch classification, stitch structure, seam formation, joining
material, surface characteristics, seam appearance, damages (thermal and mechanical), seam
performance, seam degradation, seam failure, seam puckering and seam testing. Total Lectures
required =9
Unit (5): Inportance of garment processing and finishes, types of garment, processing of garments and
special garment finishes. Total Lectures required =7
Grand total of lectures required = 42
Text Books and Reference material:
7. Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Technology By T Ramchandran
8. 2. Garment Manufacturing Technology by By T Ramchandran
3. Practical Clothing Construction Part I & II by Mary Methews

4.2

Instrumentation & Automatic Control (NTT-013)) (L T P 3 1 0)
Unit (1): The principle of measurement, static and dynamic measurement, functional elements
for measuring systems. transducers, amplifier and recording systems.
Total lectures required = 10
Unit (2); Instrumentation for measurement of motion(1), strain force(1),torque, temperature,
pressure, flow, surface, texture etc., design consideration in optical mechanical and electrical
instruments. Total lectures required = 10
Unit (3): Numerical control basic concepts, point to point systems, straight line and controlling
system, Programme control-electrical, magnetic&, tape control, optical and mechanical
methods.

100

Total lectures required = 09
Unit (4): Numerical control components, manual part programming, computer aided
programming, C.N.C., D.N.C. Total lectures required = 09
Grand Total Lectures Required = 38
Text Books:
1. Industrial instruments &control-S.K.Singh
2. Mechanical measurements-B.S.Sirohi &H.C.
3. Computer control of manufacturing-Yoren Koren.

5.

Departmental Elective II

5.1

Advance Fabric structure (NTT-021) (L T P 2 1 0)
Unit (1): Backed cloths, weft backed cloths, warp backed cloths with weeding threads, double
cloths, center stitched, self stitched, inter changing double cloth, cut effect in interchanging double
cloths. Total Lectures required =9

Unit (2) Turkish towel, Ornamentation of terry weave, triple cloth, Types of carpets and
classification of carpets. Total Lectures required =8
Unit (3) Damask weaves, Brocade, Tapestry, Velvet, Velveteen, Colour and weave effect,.
Total Lectures required =8
Unit (4): Gauge and leno weave with their mechanism; Lappet and Swivel weave, Ondule
fabric, figured pique, draft & peg plan for above weaves.
Total Lectures required =9
Grand total of lectures required = 34

Text Books & Reference Book: 1. W. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. London.
2. Z.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth, London.
3. Z.J. Grosicki, Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth, London.
4. “Nishant” A Grammar of textile.

5.2

Multi & Long Fibre Spinning (NTT-022) (L T P 2 1 0=3)
Unit 1: Characteristics of manmade fibres, spinnability, blending, and its objectives, Spinnability,
blending & its objectives, processing of Man made fibres & blends on short, medium and long staple
spinning systems.
Total Lectures Required = 10

Unit 2: Spinning of dyed fibres, estimation of blends intimacy, factors affecting the blend
irregularity, structural properties of blended yarns.
Total Lectures Required = 8

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Unit 3: Production of bulked yarn, characteristic difference in the physical & mechanical
properties of various long staple fibres & their influence in the choice of preparatory &
spinning machinery.
Total Lectures Required = 8
Unit 4: Woolen, semi-worsted & worsted systems of spinning, retting of flax, & jute, Jute &
flax spinning, manufacturing of spun silk.
Total Lectures Required = 8
Grand total lectures required =34
Reference book:15.
Spun Yarn technology: Etic Oxtoby
16.
Spun yarn technology: Eric Oxtoby.
17.
Wool Spinning by Vickerman, Abhishek Publication
18.
Principle of woolen spinning by Priestman
19.
Woolen & Worsted yarn manufacture by J. W Redcliff
20.
Jute Spinning Calculation by Andrew Smith
21. Worsted Drawing & Spinning by Miles

6.

HS: Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0)
6h SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS

TT-551, Textile testing-II
Use of microscope for testing of yarns for appearance, twist and diameter, measurement of evenness,
measurement of yarn strength, tenacity, elongation at break, modulus, crimp rigidity, fabric testing for
dimension, weight, thickness, shrinkage and air permeability,
Fabric testing for elongation, tensile, bursting, and tearing strength, abrasion resistance, glexural rigidity, crease
recovery and draping qualities of fabric
TT-552, Post Spinning Operation
Drawing behavior of thermoplastic fibres, influence of heat setting on thermoplastic polymers, spin finish
measurement, twist setting, analysis of yarn bulk and crimp rigidity of yarn.
TT-553, Structures & Properties of Fibres
Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC), TGA, thermal mechanical analysis (TGA), Thermo-mechanical
Analyser (TMA), creep behavior analysis, Birefringence study, Fibre density measurement by density
gradient column

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7th Semester B. Tech. Man Made Fibre Technology
1. Open Elective from Other Department
1.1

Process Control in Spinning (NTT-701) (L T P 2 0 0)
Unit (1): Importance of evolving a system for process control, control of mixing quality through fibre
characteristics, simultaneous control of mixing cost and quality, concept of bale management. Total
Lectures required =7
Unit (2): Control of waste in blow room and carding, norms for waste and cleaning efficiency in blow
room & card, control of neps, assessment of performance of blow room & card, control of comber
waste, concept of yarn realization, calculation pertaining to waste & yarn realization. Total Lectures
required =8
Unit (3) Measurement and analysis of productivity, means to improve productivity, maximizing
machine efficiency in ring spinning, controlling end breakage rate in ring spinning, control of soft waste
and hard waste, control of yarn faults and package defects- slubs, crackers, spinner’s doubles, bad
piecing & slough off.
Total Lectures required =9
Unit (4): Control of yarn quality- count, strength and their variability, study of CV% (within bobbin and
between bobbin), control of variability of lea strength, single yarn strength and elongation %, Control of
yarn unevenness, imperfections and hairiness.
Total Lectures required =9
Grant Total of lectures Required =35
Reference Books:
1. Process Control in Spinning by ATIRA

2. Process Control in Spinning by K.R. Salhotra

1.2

Process Control in Weaving (NTT-702) (L T P 2 0 0)
Unit (1): Scope of process control, systems of process control in weaving, setting norms and schedule
of checks, machinery audit, process control in weaving, optimizing quality of preparation, control of
quality of knot, producing good package, selection of healds, selection of reeds, dressing of the beams
for reducing incidence of cross ends.
Total Lectures required =9
Unit (2): Process control in warping, minimizing end breakage in warping, quality of warping beam,
control of productivity, factors responsible for loss in efficiency, control of productivity. Total Lectures
required =7
Unit (3): Process control in sizing, choice recipe and size pick-up, control of size pick-up, control of
yarn stretch, quality of sized beams, control of productivity.
Total Lectures required =8

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Unit (4): Process control in loom shed, snap study and time and motion study, control of warp and weft
breakage, causes and remedies of fabric defects, factors responsible for loss in efficiency, control of
productivity, process control in grey inspection, and folding sections.
Total Lectures required =8
Grand total of lectures required = 32
Reference Books
1. Weaving tablets by ATIRA

2. Machine catalogues of various machines manufacture
3. Process control in weaving by ATIRA

2.
2.1

Open elective from other department
Quality Management (NOE-072) (L T P 3 1 0)

UNIT-I : Quality Concepts: Evolution of Quality Control, concept change, TQM Modern concept, Quality
concept in design, Review of design, Evolution of proto type. 3
Control on Purchased Product: Procurement of various products, evaluation of supplies, capacity verification,
Development of sources, procurement procedure. 2
Manufacturing Quality: Methods and techniques for manufacture, inspection and control of product, quality in
sales and services, guarantee, analysis of claims. 5
UNIT-II: Quality Management
Organization structure and design, quality function, decentralization, designing and fitting, organization for
different type products and company, economics of quality value and contribution, quality cost, optimizing
quality cost, seduction program. 3
Human Factor in quality (11)
Attitude of top management, cooperation of groups, operators attitude, responsibility, causes of apparatus error
and corrective methods. 2
UNIT-III: Control Charts, Theory of control charts, measurement range, construction and analysis of R charts,
process capability study, use of control charts. 5
Attributes of Control Chart , Defects, construction and analysis of charts, improvement by control chart, variable
sample size, construction and analysis of C charts. 5
UNIT -IV : Defects diagnosis and prevention defect study, identification and analysis of defects, correcting
measure, factors affecting reliability, MTTF, calculation of reliability, building reliability in the product,
evaluation of reliability, interpretation of test results, reliability control, maintainability, zero defects, quality
circle. 8
UNIT –V: ISO-9000 and its concept of Quality Management, ISO 9000 series, Taguchi method, JIT in some
details. 7
Text / Reference Books:

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“Operations Research-An Introduction” Pearson Education. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-2: Quenching system and quench chamber. 1990. Gen. Replacement models: Equipments that deteriorate with time. OR model. Minimax theorem. single server models. “Operations Research” PHI Learning. 3. design features of extruder screws (2) mixing of additives. Models of inventory. Assignment: Allocation and assignment problems and models. Text / Reference Books: 1. art of modelling. “TQM in New Product manufacturing”. guidelines for network construction. (12) UNIT-V: Inventory Control. H.High speed winder. 2008. Simplex method. “Total Quality Management”. Different quenching system (2). inspection of spinnerets (2) spinning variables and conditions for continuous spinning. Menon. graphical solution of 2 x n or m x 2 games. metering pump (1)spin finish application. Panneer Seevam. mathemataical models .2003. UNIT-III : Network Teachniques: Shortest path model. Lal. R. Fibre Manufacture & Process Control (NTT-707) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Melt spinning line-extruder. quantity discount. 2008. Wayne L. duality. UNIT-IV: Theory of Games: Rectanagular games. 1994. H. 3. 2. special features of high speed spinning(3). special cases of Linear Programming. 3. Hamdy H. automatic winder. Max-Flow problem and Min-cost problem. Quality Systems: Elements of Queuing model. (1) Effects of 105 . 2. V. Winston. Taha. equipments that fail with time. minimum spanning Tree Problem. operation of inventory system. reduction to linear programming model.”Operations Research” Thomson Learning. Replacement.1. senstivity analysis.G. Eastern Limited. McGraw Hill 1992. Lt.. spin pack and spinneret(2)spinning pump disassemmly and cleaning of spinnerets. transportation algorithms. generalized poisson queing model. Dual Simplex method.Khanna. solving the OR model. McGraw Hill.K. chips drying. processing of job through machines. Greg Bounds. 4. “Beyond Total Quality Management”. CPM and PERT.2003. “Total Quality Management” New Age International. phases of OR study. 2. Linear Programming: Two variable Linear Programaming model and Graphical method of solution. Project Management: Phases of project management. UNIT-II : Transportation Problems: Types of transportation problems.Continous polymer filter. game with mixed strategies.2 OPERATION RESEARCH (NOE-073) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-I: Introduction: Difinition and scope of operations research (OR).

coupling of interfaces and interfacial reaction in fibre composites.K. (2)Consequence of crystallization in chips on fibre spinning (2) structure formation during spinning (1).variable throughout rate.types of matrix materials . Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 5: Testing of composites.functions of fibre and matrix Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 2: Types of high performance fibres . coagulation process (2) development of structure & morphology during dry-jet-wet spinning (2) importance of dry-jet-wet spinning (2) process control in dry-jetwet spinning (2).Kothari. applications of fibre reinforced composites Total Lectures Required =8 106 .N.2) IAFL Publication 3-High speed fibre spinning-A.K.V. spray technique(4). fracture mode in fibre composites. injection molding.Fibre volume fraction -Laminar tensile . knitting. coagulation of viscose fibre in coagulation bath(4). spin finish during dryspinning.Gupta&V. coupling agents.Thermoset and Thermo plastics properties: short fibre composites.fibre particulate and laminar composites. Textile performs for composites: weaving. Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 4: Vacuum bagging. resin transfer molding.Cross-section formation in dry-spinning. pultrusion.Chapmann&Hall 2-Textile Fibre.york 5-Handbook of Fibre Science: M Leoineli and M Pearce 4.properties . Total of lectures required=8 Unit-5: Role of spin-finish (2) introduction to spin finishes components (2) spin finish application.shear . Total of lectures required=8 Total of lectures required=42 Text Books & Referencece Material: 1-Manufactured fibre technology-V. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-4: Dry-jet-wet spinning.Total of lectures required=8 Unit-3: Introduction to solution spinning classification of solution spinning (2)wet spinning. quench duct lubricating system.compression and flexural properties. thermoforming. filament winding. metered finish system. Different techniques of spin finish application.B. coagulation in wet spinning. fibre matrix interface. Fibre Reinforced Composites (NTT-708) ( L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Definition of composites. effect of coagulation conditions on fibre properties(2) dry spinning. Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 3: Introduction to fibre reinforced composite material manufacturing techniques. compression molding.Kothari(vol. dipping roller method. spinning cell for dry spinning (2).Ziabickey-john willey 4-Essential fibre chemistry-ME CarterMarcel Dekker mc. Fibre composites: Constituents . Types of composites . braiding.

Short fibre polymer composites. Wood head. 1994 16. Alagirusamy. Description of hydroentanglement machine. Knitting technology : Spencer 107 . effect of process variables on properties of hydroentanglement non woven fabric. Hearle. Non-woven fabric by Spun laced. Padaki Textile Progress 2006 Vol 38 No. Concept about felts and non woven. Himalayan Book.D “Composite Materials Engineering science” Chapman and Hall London. Felt Manufacturing process Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 2: Various method of web formation. Non-woven fabric by chemical bonding. and White J. V.N.K. latest development in non-woven industry: ultrasonic bonding.L and Rawlings R. Classification of non-woven fabrics. Mathews F. Departmental Elective III 5. Laminates. (3) Non woven fabric by Needle punch.S. Description of needle punching machine. Non-woven fabric by adhesive bonding. Cambridge university press.. chemical bonding spun laced nonwoven fabrics Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 5: Flocked fabric. 1998 15.1 Nonwoven (NTT-031) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit 1: National and international scenario on non-woven fabric production. Non Woven – N. fibres for non-woven fabrics. L Gupta “Advanced Composite Materials”. bonding by bi-component fibres.Grand Total of Lectures Required =42 Reference Books: 13. Non woven – NCUTE 3. D hull An Introduction to composite materials. web chrematistic and their influence on properties of non-woven fabrics. Melt blown process of non-woven fabric manufacturing Total Lectures Required =8 Unit 4: Non-woven fabric by Stitch bonding. R Fangueiro. Application of various non woven fabrics Total Lectures Required =8 Grand total of Lectures Required= 42 Reference & Text Books 1.. . Textile Progress monogram on “Hybrid yarns and textile performing for thermoplastic composites” by R. Effect of process variables on properties of stitch bonding.R.S “High performance fibres composites and engineering textile structures” JTI (special issue) 1990 17. Banarjee 2. De. 2001 5. effect of process variables on properties of needle punch fabric Total Lectures Required =9 Unit 3: Non-woven fabric by hydroentanglement. Infra-red bonding.W. Ogale and N. mechanical bonding. New Delhi. J. 1998 14. 4 (Wood Head Publishing Limited) 18. Nonwoven fabric by bonding with thermoplastic adhesives.

Modern developments in weft knitting technique. Warp knitting machine constructional details and mechanism of operation.5. wale. Elements of loop structure: needle loop. 6. relation between yarn count. overlap. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference and Text Book1. circular machine fabrics and Spacer fabrics. rib knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needles. Causes and remedies of faults of knitted fabrics. classification of warp knitting.2 Knitting Technology (NTT-033) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Difference between knits and wovens. garment length machine. closed lap. Special knitting machines: Fabric machine. elements of knitting machine like type of needles. gsm. Knitting Calculation – Chamberlin 5. stitch density) different type of knitting needles: bearded needle.. Loop formation on flat bed machine Total Lectures required =9 Unit 4: Four primary base knitting structures: Plain knitted fabric. Rib fabric. 1&2 –Published by IIT New Delhi. open lap Total Lectures required =8 Unit 2: Comparison of warp and weft knitting. Spencer 3. sinker. different knitting elements including the cam system. Interlock knitting m/c including arrangement of dial and cylinder needle. cloth take-up mechanism of plain knitting m/c. latch needle. stitch density etc. calculations regarding production. jack. driving mechanism of plain knitting machine. knitting terms and definitions (Course. Rib machines and inters look machines. Knitting Technology – W. 108 . Knitting – NCUTE Laboratory work: NA 7th SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS TT-757: Fibre Production & Characterization (0 0 2) To study the path of yarn through circular and flat knitting machine. flat machine.J. International Textile Journel – Knitting 4. Total Lectures required =7 Unit 5: Basic warp knitting machines. etc Needle numbering system. machine gauge and stitch density. technology of loop formation. socks knitting technology. Wet Knitting Vol. Classification of weft knitting machine. Knitting Technology – Chamberlin 2. geometry of loop structure. cam system and driving mechanism. under lap. cam. sinker loop. Total Lectures required =9 Unit 3: Classification of knit-structures. system and driving mechanism. cam arrangement. Interlock and Purl fabric. loop formation on: single jersey. sinkers.

Agro textile: Shade net. medical cost. Design definitions. 1. safety razor etc. seat upholstery. Smart fibre. plasters. old and new design methods. filter fabric construction. essential properties of geo textiles. seat belt. bandages. chemical resistance. air bag. bicycle. objective of geo textiles.. antimicrobrial. smart suit. finishing net etc.non-implantable material wound dressings. 1. durability determinants Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 7. manufacturing of geo textile. classification of smart textiles.water proof/coated and water repellent. Mulch net. Nuclear and biological resistance. thermal and chemical properties of filter fabric.8th Semester Man Made Fibre Technology 1. filtration. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Smart textiles. finishing treatment of filter fabric. design by evolution. Hand book of technical textiles. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Introduction of geo textile. face mast etc. green house film. textiles used in industry such as filtration. drainage (fluid transmission). cut prof.. liver lung. erosion control/ absorption. brief introduction of smart textiles. functions of geo textile-soil reinforcement.suture. surgical gown. helmets etc.1 Open Elective from Other Departments Technical Textiles (NTT-801) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit (1): Introduction to technical textile. essential requirements of good filter fabric. implantable material. separation. Anand 8. space suit etc. examples such as evolution of sewing M/C. headliners. Healthcare/ hygiene products. Extra-corporal devices – Artificial kidney. passive smart textiles. types of technical textiles. mechanical resistance such as bullet proof. classification of medical textiles. definition and scope. classification of geo textiles. soft tissue implant. needle felt & knitted filter fabric.A. automotive textiles: type cord. anti hail and bird protection net. musical jacket.Mechanical determinants. carpets.R. crop cover. Orthopedic implants. need based 109 .2 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (NOE-083) (L T P 3 1 0=4) UNIT-1: Concept of Product. fibres used.C. Cardiovascular implants.woven. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Manufacture and properties of protective textiles. flame retardant. stab proof Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Medical textiles. etc. Shears handbook of industrial Textiles. Hydraulic determinants. Horrocks & S. active smart textiles. fabrics and clothing Tao X 9. brief discussion of smart shirt.

Fibre manufacture. Use of Standards for Design. Applications. properties & application.Manufacture. Ergonomic aspects. divergent. Cain. “The Technology of creation Thinking” Prentice Hall. Gupta “Product design & Manufacturing” – Prentice Hall (EE) 2. transformation and convergent phases of product design. R. fibre properties& application. Application of Computers in Product development & design. technology based developments physical relaibility & economic feasibility of design concepts. A. “Engg.Introduction. applications. Analysis of need. Design criteria. Introduction. Design of display and controls. UNIT-IV: Reliability considerations. Structure & properties.C.Glass for Fibres. Compatibility of displays and controls. optical fibres. molecular dimensionality mechanical properties.D. 4. Utility Concept. High Performance Fibres (NTT-803) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – I. properties & application. Creativity. Cain. Bath tub curve. Man-machine interface. Innovation versus Invention. colour.Physical properties. 3. Chitab& R. C. UNIT-V: Existing techniques. Check list. fibres characteristics. Text/Reference Books: 1. “Product Design & Decision” Bussiness Books. Hi Performance Gelspun Polyethylene fibres.III: Carbon Fibres. Fibres based on liquid crystalline polymer (PPTA fibre). Utility Valaue. Decision making under Multiple Criteria. Reliability of systems in series and parallel. Ideation techniques. Utility Index. MTTF and MTBF. identification of need. aesthetics. Failure rate. properties & application. UNIT –III: Transformations. Fixed and variable costs. Total lectures required= 8 Unit-4:Glass Fibres. 2. Pitch based Carbon fibres. C. ergonomics. form.Definition.II: Aramids. Break-even analysis. properties & applications. PAN bases Carbon fibres. Removal blocs. Brainstorming& Synetics. polymer preparation. Anthroprometric data and its importance in design. Economic aspects. Mental blocks.K. Total lectures required=9 Unit. size. Total Lectures required =9 UNIT –II: Morphology of design. PEEK Fibres -Fibre production. Product Design” Bussiness Books. fibre finish. such as work-study. Total lectures required=9 Grand total of lectures required= 42 110 . Total lectures required=8 Unit. functional. Spinning. SQC etc. shape. Total lectures required=8 Unit –5: Vectran (Melt spun wholly aromatic polyester fibre). Fibre markets.Fibre production.P. for improving method & quality of product. PBO (Polyphenylene benzobisoxazole) fibres. Morephological techniques. Vapour grown Carbon fibres. Technological Forecasting.developments. Optimum spares from Reliability considerations. Fibre production.D. Crewford.

crimp balance equation. mechanism of migration. Construction of building of a textile mill. Types of buildings. Pierce’s geometry. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-2: Humidification of a textile mill. 9. J. Backer. amplitude of migration and frequency of migration. relationship of yarn number and twist factor. Total Lectures required =6 Unit 3: Mechanism of staple fibre yarns. limit of twist. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (2): Fibre migration: mean fibre position. Total Lectures required =10 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 7.W. relation between cover and weight per unit area of fabric. Martindale.B. S. ideal packing.Reference Books 1. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (5): Relation of fabric properties to simple geometry. single and multistoried buildings.2 Mil Planning & Organization (NTT-043) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit-1: Selection of site for a textile mill. Textile Yarn. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Elements of fabric geometry. spinability of textile fibres.W. Scardine 8.L. estimation of strength of blended yarn. twist and strength relationship.idealized yarn geometry.S. Hearle 3. Ventilation in textile mill. F.S. cover factor and their significance. Departmental Elective IV 3. Yarn geometry. packing of fibres in a yarn. cloth setting theories.G. Grossberg. Goswami. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers. yarn diameter.C. packing factor and its measurement. flexible and rigid thread model. Fire hazards and their control Safety rules for textile industry (1). High Performance Fibree by J. lighting used in textile mill. translation of fibre properties into yarn properties. hexagonal close packing and radial packing. Pierce’s equation and later modifications.. Fabric cover. crimp interchange in woven fabric. Textile structure.. method of measurement of twist contraction. Total of lectures required=8 111 . relation with end-breakage rate. Prevention tours accidents. Hearle.1 Theory of Textile Structure (NTT-041) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of yarns. spinning-in coefficient and fibre extent. Air conditioning and refrigeration System. Preparation of project report).J. Theoretical treatment of fabric deformation in tension.Textile institute 3.

synthesis and spinning of modacrylic fibre. process costing. Incorporation of various dope additives to manufacturer inherent flame retardant. Chemistry and its Applications in Biocidal Textiles and Polymers. Unit 4: Modification in Polyacrylonitrile fibres by modification during polymerization. Gisela. Polyurethane. X-ray absorbing. T. Organization & management by Tarachand 2. and fluorescent fibres. spinning of polylactic acid (PLA) Fibres Unit 3: Modification in Nylon fibres: Nylon 6 and Nylon 66. Industrial Engineering. Goheen. Modification in polyurethane fibres. Boron fibres. Polyvinyl chloride. Adhesive treatment. The material science of thin films: Milton Ohring 3. Carbon nanotube (CNT) in various man made fibres Text Books/Reference books: 1.M. Buschle-Diller. Kinetics of coagulation bath for viscose fibre regeneration. Total of lectures required=7 Unit-4: Costing. wage system in textile mill. Vincent.Unit-3: Balancing of machines for spinning and weaving mills Layout of different machines of spinning and weaving. Predetermining spinning and weaving cost. cost allocation. Master budget. silicon carbide (SiC) fibres.1 Departmental Elective-V Special Topics in Manmade Fibres (NTT-053) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Various modifications in molecular chain of polyethylene terephthalate fibre. Types of staff organization. Acrylic polymers. Staff organization system in textile mills. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by S. Total of lectures required = 8 Grant total of Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Material 1. Cationic dyeable polyester Unit 2: Modification of regenerated fibre on special attention to Lyocell fibre. waste cost in textile mill. Total of lectures required = 10 Unit (5) Calculation regarding payback period and Break-even point. By addition of various copolymers for specific purposes. Corbon nanotube manufacturing. Viability evaluation of a project. Electrospun Nanofibers from Biopolymers and Their Biomedical Applications. Industrial Economics & Principle of Management by T. Total lecture required=8 112 . labour and material cost.(Rubbers: natural and synthetic. K Sharma 4. 4.. Chemical Vapor Deposition: Jong-Hee Park.1 Coating of Textiles (NTT-054) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Polymeric materials for coating. Chabra 3. Unit 5: Fibres by chemical vapour deposition (CVD) technique. Steve 5. Sudarshan 2. S. Modified Fibers with Medical and Specialty Applications: Edwards. flexible budget. Cost volume. introduction to cost terms and purposes. profit analysis.

Coated & laminated Fabric by AATCC symposium 113 . Coated Fabric technology Vol. Resistance to water penetration.Unit-2: Coating Methods: Knife coating. blocking. pastes (1) hydrodynamic analysis of coating. Impermeable coating. Test for colour. Total lecture required=10 Unit-5: Test methods for coated fabrics. Rotary screen printing. Roller coating. Coated Textile by A.Fastness to dry and wet rubbing. Air permeability. 1-3 Technomic publication 4. transfers coating. Thermo chromic coating. Adhesion test Total lecture required=8 Grand Total lecture required=42 Text Books/ Reference Books: 1.K. Coating per Unit area. low temperature impact test. Radiation cured coating. breathable coating. calendaring hot melt coating. Sen 3. low temperature bend test. Total lecture required=8 Unit-3: Physical properties of coated fabric (2) Rheology of coating pastes. Rheological Behaviors of fluids. Metal and conducting polymer-coated fabrics. Non Apparel coating. Temperature Adaptable coating. Camouflage nets. Total lecture required=8 Unit-4: Coating for foul weather protection. Coating for Chemical protection. Coating & Laminated Textiles by Water Fung 2. Abrasion resistance. Degree of fusion/curing of coating. water vapour permeability.

No Course Code Subject THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NAS-301/ Engg. Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithm NOE-032 Nano Sciences NOE-033 Laser Systems and Applications NOE-034 Space Sciences NOE-035 Polymer Science & Technology NOE-036 Nuclear Science NOE-037 Material Science NOE-038 Discrete Mathematics NOE-039 Applied Linear Algebra 114 25 . Mathematics-III/ NOE-031-039 Science base elective 2 NTT-308 Principle of Yarn Manufacture 3 NTT-307 Technology of Bleaching and mercerization 4 NTT-309 Principles of Fabric Manufacture 5 NHU-301/ Industrial Psychology/ NHU-302 Industrial Sociology 6 NTT-304 Textile Fibre-I Lab 7 AUC-001/ Human Values & AUC-002 Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 8 NTT-358 Principle of Yarn Manufacture Lab 9 NTT-359 Principles of Fabric Manufacture Lab 10 NTT-357 Bleaching and mercerization Lab 11 NTT-354 Textile Fibre-I Lab 12 NGP-301 General Proficiency Periods YEAR 2nd. SEMESTER.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.U. Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2014-15] S.III Evaluation Scheme Subj Cre ect dit SESSIONAL ESE Total EXAM C TA To T tal L T P 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 15 15 10 10 25 25 50 50 100 75* 3 - 0 0 3 0 20 20 30 50 1 0 0 3 0 20 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 0 20 20 30 50 1 0 18 0 5 2 10 0 - 20 - 20 50 30 - 50 50 100 1 * Audit course Paper Code Science Based Open Electives: NOE-031 Introduction to Soft Computing (Neural Network. Tech. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.

5. 8. YEAR 2nd. Tech. 4. 3. 7. 6. 2. 9.IV Evaluation Scheme Subj Cr ect ed SESSIONAL ESE Total it EXAM CT TA Tota l NOE 041:-Non-Linear Dynamics Systems NOE 042: Nano Sciences NOE 043: Laser Systems & Application NOE 044:Space Sciences NOE 045:Polymer Science & Technology NOE 046:Nuclear Science NOE 047:Material Science NOE 048:Discrete Mathematics NOE-049 : Applied Linear Algebra 115 26 . SEMESTER.Science based Open 049 Elective 2 NTT-407 Industrial Chemistry 3 NTC-408 Technology of Dyeing-I 4 NTC-409 Textile Auxiliaries 5 NHUIndustrial Sociology/ 401/ Psychology NHU-402 6 NTT-404 Textile FIbre-II 404 7 AUC-002/ Cyber Security / Human AUC-001 Values & Professional Ethics PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 8 NTT-457 Industrial Chemistry lab 9 NTT-458 Technology of dyeing-I Lab 10 NTT-459 Textile Auxiliaries 11 12 NTT-454 NGP-401 Textile Fibre-II Lab General Proficiency Periods L T P 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 30 30 30 15 20 20 20 10 50 50 5 25 100 100 100 50 150 150 150 75 4 4 4 2 2 1 0 15 10 25 50 75 3 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75* - 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 20 20 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 3 0 20 20 30 50 1 0 18 0 5 2 10 0 - 20 - 20 50 30 - 50 50 1000 1 * Audit course 1.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Mathematics-III/ NOE-041. Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2014-15] S.U. N o Course Code Subject THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NAS-401/ Engg. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.

No Course Code Subject THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NTT-501 Textile Testing-I 2 NTT-508 Tech.V Evaluation Scheme Subject Credit Total SESSIONAL ESE EXAM CT TA Total 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 30 30 30 20 20 20 50 50 50 100 10 100 150 150 150 4 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 30 15 20 10 50 25 100 50 150 75 4 3 2 0 0 15 10 25 50 75 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 - 20 20 20 20 30 30 50 50 1 1 0 0 2 - 20 20 30 50 1 0 0 2 - 20 20 30 50 1 . of Dyeing II Lab 10 NTT-556 Polymer Chemistry Lab 11 GP-501 General Proficiency L T P YEAR 3rd. SEMESTER. of Printing-I 3 NTT-509 Technology of Dyeing-II 4 NTT-506 Polymer Chemistry 5 NTT-505 Fabric Structure 6 *HS PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 7 NTT-551 Textile Testing-I Lab 8 NTT-558 Tech of Printing I Lab 9 NTT-559 Tech.U. Tech.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2015-16] S. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.16 5 10 - - 50 - 50 1000 25 Periods * Audit course 116 .

VI Evaluation Scheme Subject Credit Total SESSIONAL ESE EXAM CT TA Total 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 150 150 150 150 4 4 4 4 15 10 25 50 75 3 15 10 25 50 75 2 0 0 0 20 20 20 50 - 20 20 20 50 50 - 30 30 30 50 50 50 50 50 1000 1 1 1 1 - - 25 .Total 16 5 10 * Audit course Departmental Elective-I 1. Tech.012 Fibers /Garment Manufacturing technology 5 NTT-024/ Chemistry of Dyes & 2 1 0 NTT-023 Colour Chemistry/ Textured Yarn Technology 6 HS 2 0 0 PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 8 NTT-651 Textile Testing-II Lab 0 0 3 9 NTC-656 Tech. of Dyes & Color Chemistry 2.U. of Printing II Lab 0 0 3 10 NTT-657 Tech. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.011/ Structure & Properties of 3 1 0 NTT. NTT-012 Garment Manufacturing technology Departmental Elective-II 1. No Course Code Subject Periods L T P THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NTT-601 Textile Testing-II 3 1 0 2 NTT-606 Technology of Printing-II 3 1 0 3 NTT-607 Tech. of Finishing I Lab 0 0 2 11 NTT-654 SEMINAR 2 12 NGP-601 General Proficiency . NTT-024 Chem.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. of finishing-I 3 1 0 4 NTT. NTT-011 Structure & Properties of Fibers 2. NTT-023 Textured Yarn technology 117 YEAR 3rd. SEMESTER. Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2015-16] S.

NTT-702 Process control in weaving Departmental Elective-III 1.S.II Lab 7 NTT-751 Project 8 NTT-752 Industrial Training Viva Voice 9 NGP-701 General Proficiency Total * Audit course 2 0 0 15 50 75 2 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 8 2 - 20 50 75 20 50 75 30 100 50 150 75 1 4 2 - - - - - 50 - 50 14 4 13 ** Open Elective from other departments -I 1. . LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B. SEMESTER. Tech. NTT-711 Physical Chemistry of Dyeing 2.VII Subject Periods Evaluation Scheme Subject Credit SESSIONAL ESE Total EXAM L T P CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NTT-711/ Physical NTT-702 Chemistry of Dyeing / Process control in Weaving 2 NTC-709 Technology of Finishing-II 3 NTT-710 Waste Management & Pollution Control 4 NTT-708 Fiber Reinforced composites 5 NTT-031/ Non Woven/ NTT-033/ Knitting Technology PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 6 NTT-759 Finishing. No Course Code U. NTT-033 Knitting Technology 118 10 25 1000 25 . Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2016-17] YEAR 4th.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. NTT-031 Non-woven 2.

VIII Subject Periods Evaluation Scheme Subject Credit Total SESSIONAL ESE EXAM L T P CT TA Total THEORY SUBJECTS 1 NTT-801/ Technical Textiles/ NOE-082 Product Development 2 NTT-805 Process House Planning & Organization 3 NTT-042/ High Performance NTT-044 Fibre/ Developments in Wet Processing 4 NTT-053/ Special topics in NTT. NTT-042 High Performance Fibre 2. NTT-801 Technical textiles 2. NTC-054 Coating of Textiles 119 - 25 . Tech. NOE-082 Product Development Departmental Electives 1. SEMESTER. NTT-053: Special topics in Man Made Fibre Technology 2. No Course Code U.P TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. LUCKNOW Study and Evaluation scheme B.054 Man Made Fibre / Coating of Textiles PRACTICAL/ DESIGN/DRAWING 6 7 NTT-851 NTT-852 NGP-801 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 3 1 0 30 20 50 100 150 4 PROJECT 0 SEMINAR 0 General Proficiency Total 12 0 0 4 12 3 15 - 100 100 - 100 100 50 150 250 100 50 1000 7 2 - * Audit course **Open Elective from other departments-II 1. Textile Chemistry [Effective from the Session 2011-12] YEAR 4th. .S. NTT-044 Developments in Wet Processing Departmental Electives 1.

Preparatory machines for comber and its working. Tech Textile Chemistry (Engineering Core: Interdisciplinary) 1. Cotton spinning by W. Principle of Fabric Manufacture (NTT-309) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit: 1: Objects of winding process. Essential elements of practical cotton spinning by T. Total lectures required=09 Unit-3: Objectives of Draw frame. Total lectures required=08 Unit-04: Objectives of Comber. Package building on speed frame. weighting system used in draw frame. Passage of material of modern comber alongwith functions of various parts of comber machine. Engineering Mathematics-III (NAS-301)/ Science based electives (NOE-031-038): (Common Syllabus as provided by UPTU) (L T P 3 1 0) 2.3rd Semester B. Spun yarn technology by Eric Oxtoby Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 3.ring frame by Gilbert R.K. Carding and doffing actions. Principle of Yarn Manufacture (NTT-308) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit-1: Cotton ginning. winding faults and remedies. Fibre presentation and its effects on combing. working principles of automatic cone and cheese winders. Flexible and metallic Card clothing. Concept of draft. 120 . Different machines of blow room department with the basic idea of each machines along with their opeining and cleaning principle. drafting twisting and winding on ring frame. Carding. Drafts (actual & mechanical) and draft constant. Cotton blow room. double apron drafting system on ring frame Total lectures required=08 Grand total lectures required=42 Reference Books: 1.carding. Name of ginning machines. Precision and drum winding machine. drafting. Stop motion and their importance. Different types of drafting systems. different types of mixing. twisting & winding mechanism of speed frame. ring frame. Different carding engine setting and speed of different parts.Taggart 4. Lap formation and chute feed system Total lectures required=09 Unit-2: Objectives of carding process. Quality of web and neps etc. Total lectures required=08 Unit-5: Objectives of speed frame. Merrill 3. striping and grinding actions. Pattabhiram 2. passage of material on modern draw frame machine. Description of carding machine parts with passage of materials. pirn winding.

Continuous bleaching range (CBR). Lecture required=8 UNIT-3: Objectives of Bleaching. multicylinderdrying. Singeing-its object and various types of singeing. Total lectures required = 8 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Text Books: 1. secondary and auxillary motions of a power loom. Yarn calculation by R. Yarn preparation Vol. I & II R.its objects. acrylic and their blends.. silk. Sizing 2. Brief description of modern sizing machine with proper function of each essential part. Total lectures required = 8 Unit: 5: Comparison between shuttle and shuttleless looms. Sengupta Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. Sizing ingredients used for cotton and synthetic yarns. Warp sizing by Rame Bottom 5. Lecture required=10 Unit-2 : Desizing. Sengupta 4. Passage of material on handloom and poer loom. NaClO2. . various types of bleaching agent such as NaOCl. Preparatory Process for wool: scouring. wool. Total lectures required = 8 Unit: 4: Drawing-in process. Warping c. Kiers – various types of kiers and their working. Brief description of various shuttleless weft insertion principles. Basic concepts of shuttleless looms. Slasher Sizing machine. Introduction to various preparatory processes for cotton. Bleaching chemistry and mechanism of above mentioned bleaching agents. Winding b. beaming. methylene blue absorption method. warper beam defects: cause and remedies. Powerloom and Automatic Loom Primary. batch wise.Total lectures required = 9 Unit: 2: Objectives warping process. decatizing. working principles of Beam warping m/c. Study and working principles of Handloom. Sectional warping m/c. Technology of Bleaching and Mercerization (NTT-307) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-1: Natural and added impurities in grey fabric. CaOCl2 and H2O2. hot air drying and unconventional drying od sized yarns. Tablets (ATIRA) a. Process control in warping. Lecture required=8 121 . semi continuous and continuous bleaching processes: J-box. winding and sizing (ATIRA. disadvantages and comparative study (hydrolytic. Total lectures required = 9 Unit: 3: Objectives sizing process. optical whitening agent and their applications. nylon polyester. Lecture required=8 UNIT-4: Methods used for determination of degradation of cotton during scouring and bleaching such as copper no.BTRA) 3. oxidative methods). Fabric faults and remedies. Scouring of cotton and fabric: conventional and bioscouring. cuprammonium fluidity etc. various desizing methods with its advantages.

wool. Delhi. Bleaching & mercerization by J. U. Production of raw silk. physical and chemical changes in cotton due to mercerization.Gordon Cook 4. Fibre Quality Index. extraction. National and international production and consumption of various natural fibres (cotton. 2.-2 By Dr.A.W. Technology of bleaching Vol. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of Lectures = 33 Books: 1.T. Industrial Psychology (NHU-301/ Industrial Sociology-NHU-302: Syllabus as provided by U. Morphological structure of cotton fibre. Textile Scouring & Bleaching by E.P. (L T P 2 0 0=2) 6.K.R. properties and uses of bast fibres such as flax. silk linen. Physical properties of cotton fibre.K. Effect of acid and alkalis on cotton fibre. Methods and equipment for yarn and fabric mercerization . Trotman 3. effect of acid and alkalies. V. Textile Institute. Total Lectures required = 09 Unit (3): Cultivation. Essential and desirable properties of textile fibres (2). W. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (2): Geographical distribution and cultivation of cotton fibre.I. Morphological structure of silk.T. hemp.UNIT-5: Objectives of mercerization.T. S P Mishra Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. 122 . Physical properties of textile fibres. Production of waste silk yarn.E. Marsh 4. various methods of determination of efficiency of mercerization.P. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Morphological structure of wool. Hearle. jute etc) Advantages and disadvantages of natural and man-made fibres. Shenai 2. varieties of cotton fibre. ramie.U.S. varities of silk with brief description etc. Fibre Science and Technology. I. Properties of wool fibres. and ramie. Bleaching & mercerization by BTRA 5.Lecture required=8 Grand Total Lecture required=42 Text Books/ Reference Books: 1. Hand book of textile fibres by J. Wool scouring. Composition of wool fibre. Kothari.T. Varieties of wool fibre with brief description. jute. morphological structure. Classification of natural textile fibres (1).U. and combing. Morton & J. 3. textile fibre (1).*Human Values & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security (Audit course for all Semester) Syllabus as provided by U. 3 by V. Progress in textiles: Science and technology Vol. Grading of cotton. Chemical composition and physical properties of silk. Textile Fibres-I (NTT-304) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Fibre.

TT-354: Textile Fibres-I (L T P 0 0 2) Principle of microscopy. working of dobby & jacquards. study of constructional details of machinery in blow room. finding out individual draft and total draft in carding machine. speed frame & ring frame. types of packages produced by them and package faults. microscopic identification of natural fibres. pirn winding Study of beam warping & sectional warping machine. their constructional details. whiteness index. measure wax content. ash content and scouring loss of cotton fabric. Study of constructional details of card. pirn winding and auto coner. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 123 . calculating speed of different machine parts. constructional details of machine. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. stop motion and tensioners in warping. cheese winding. card. draf frame. Calculations pertaining to cone winding. barium activity number test. TT-357: Technology of Bleaching and Mercerization (L T P 0 0 2): Bleaching and mercerization of cotton fabric and to evaluate the effectiveness of each process using various test such as Tewega test. drop absorption test. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. draw frame. change places and speed calculation of a carding machine. rinf frame and roving frame NTT-359: Principles of Fabric Manufacture (L T P 0 0 3) Study of cone winding. cheese winding. Calculations pertaining to warping machines.3RD SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS NTT-358: Principle of Yarn Manufacture (L T P 0 0 3) Practice in handling and operation of blow room. Study of different types of looms.

A.saturated and unsaturated.(3) Alcohols. Continuous dyeing. hydrogen peroxide.(a)Hydrochloric Acid. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (5): Determination of strength of hypochlorite. DMF and their application in textiles. Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dying by S. Technology of Dyeing-I (NTT-408) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – 1: Classification of dyes according to the methods of application. General Phase theory-Phase rule. Industrial Chemistry (NTT-407) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Clausius.Shenai 4. Dye fibres interaction bonds. Effect of temperature on concentration. hydrosulphite. mineral colours. Aldehydes. Engineering Mathematics / Science based elective (NAS-401/NOE-041-048): (L T P 3 1 0 =4) 5. chrome dyes – metal complex dyes Total lectures required -8 124 . Total lectures required – 8 Unit – 3: (1) Dyeing of cellulosic fibres with Sulphur.Claparyon equation and its applications . Semi continuous. Textile Chemistry 4. Glycol and glycerol. Mechanism of dyeing.K. various method of dyeing. and Ketones and their application in textiles.T.Sharma 2. Chemistry of Dyes and Principles of Dying by V. Estimation of strength of NaOH containing sodium carbonate volumetrically and by Tw meter Total Lectures required = 09 Grand Total Lectures required = 34 Reference books: 1. Physical Chemistry of Dying by Vickerstaff Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 6. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (4): Introduction of Solution. Physical Chemistry of Surfaces by A. ideal and non ideal solution Different type of concentration units. Dicarboxylic acids. Total lectures required – 8 Unit – 2: Dyeing of cellulosic fibres with direct dyes Reactive Dyes Vat dyes Soubise vat dyes. diagram for one component system .g. polyhydric alcohols e. Equilibrium in two and three component system. Oxidation colour.Burkinshaw 6. Aldehydes-formaldehyde and Ketones-acetone.M. phase equilibrium and P.W. Industrial Chemistry by B. Principles of dyeing. Formic Acid. Total Lectures required = 08 Unit (3): General methods of preparation and properties of – Monohydric alcohols. Synthetic Organic Chemistry by Chatwal and Gurdeep 3. Tech.oxalic acid.Batch. Total Lectures required = 09 Unit (2): General introduction about Acids.Adamson 5. Azoic.4th Semester B. Sulphuric Acid (b)Acetic Acid.

and reducing agents. sequestering. Total lecture required – 8 Unit-5: Performance evaluation of textile auxiliaries. foaming characteristics. urea formaldehyde resin etc. Mechanism of surface activity. Vaidaya Trivedi 3. Surface active agents wetting and detergency. A glimpse on the chemical technology and textile fibres by R. Textile Scauring and bleading-V. antifoaming.A. Chackrawartty 3. 2:1 mental complex. Preparation of detergents. Total lecture required – 8 Unit-4: Synthetic resin emulsion use in textile industry. (3) Chrome dyes (4) Basic Dyes Total lectures required -8 Unit – 5: (1) Dyeing of synthetic fibres viz. Shenai 4.A. Textile auxiliaries finishing chemicals-A. Textile Auxiliaries (NTT-409) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit-1: General Consideration and classification of textile auxiliaries. of lectures =40 Text Books & Reference Books 1. detergents. binders.Testing of wetting agents. silicon emulsion. leveling agents. Total lecture required – 8 Unit-2: Dyeing auxiliaries. leveling. flame retarding agents. water repel us . Textile Fibre-II (NTT-404) (L T P 2 1 0) 125 . PVC acrylic polymer. Total lecture required – 10 Grand Total no. dispersing. Physical principles involved in detergency conditions for efficient detergency. soil release agents. Technology of Dyeing by V. hygroscopic agents. Chemical processing of cotton and p/c blends – ATIRA 2. Shanai 6.thickness.Unit – 4: (1) Dyeing of protein fibres with acid (2) Mental Complex 1:1. strippering dia fixing agents. carriers.wetting agents.10 Total no. PV alcohol. Textile auxiliaries V.polyester (2) Acrylic (3) Nylon and their blends (4) Problems associated with dyeing (5) Common fault and their remedies Total lecture required . of lectures=42 Reference Books: 1. Shanai 2.A. Industrial Psychology/ Industrial Sociology: Syllabus provided by UPTU BOS 5.A.R.Shadov Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 4. 1:2. Total lecture required – 8 Unit-3: Printing auxiliaries. Chemical technology of fibrous material by F. Essential requirement of surfactants. fixers.

Regenerated Cellulose fibre. 27. spinning of filament yarns and staple fibre manufacturing. Marcel & Dekkan Inc 26. Properties of polyester fibre. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (3): Polyamide fibre. spin finish application. and introduction to manufacturing processes of man-made fibres. Study of various systems of spinning: melt. brief idea about spinning head. by V. Manufacturing of Nylon 6 and Nylon 6. Moncrief Laboratory work: As per the lab Syllabus 7. wet & dry spinning. by M.polymer production by DMT & PTA route. & coagulation bath. E.Different types of polyamide fibres. chip drying.K. formation of serrated edge crosssection of viscose rayon. Miller 24. Gupta & V. introduction of cellulose acetate rayon in brief.formation by dry spinning. Nylon polymer production by continuous polymerization in VK tube. Lewin. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to regenerated fibre. Fibre Chemistry by M.6 by melt spinning. Properties of Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 fibre. some dope additives for specialty polyester fibre.M.W.A. manufacturing sequence of viscose fibre. Kothari 23. Handbook of Textile fibre. Man Made Fibres. Raw material for viscose rayon. effect of process variable on properties of polyester fibre. by C.basic principles. quench chamber. by R. Production of Synthetic Fibres. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. by A. WEooding. Human Value & Professional Ethics/ Cyber Security: Audit Course Common Syllabus as Decided by UPTU BOS 126 . Polyethylene Terephthalate fibre. viscose fibre properties.l dry-jet-wet spinning process. by Gordon Cook 28. Essential fibre chemistry. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Introduction to synthetic fibres. Acrylic fibre. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 35 Reference Books: 22. Pearce. classification of man-made fibre.E. wetr spinning of viscose rayon. concepts of regeneration of fibre. Introduction to cuprammonium rayon in brief.Unit (1): General definition of man-made or manufactured fibres.B. Manufactured fibre Technology. spinneret. Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibre. Vaidhya 25.

silk. Print cotton fabric using various styles of printing. NTT-459: Textile Auxiliaries ( L T P 0 0 3) Testing of wetting agents. direct. NTT-457: Industrial Chemistry (L T P 0 0 3): Methods of preparation and properties of – Monohydric alcohols. Evaluate colour fastness to washing. light. preparation and mounting of specimen for longitudinal view. vat and sulphur dye. water repel us 4. detergents. dyeing polyester. NTT-454: Textile Fibres-II ( L T P 0 0 2) Principle of microscopy. standard scheme of analysis pf homogeneous fibre and blend by physical and chemical methods. Aldehydes-formaldehyde and Ketones-acetone. wool. Glycol and glycerol.g. namely. flame retarding agents. acrylic and nylon using. polyhydric alcohols e. microscopic identification of man-made fibres. perspiration and rubbing properties 3. Determination of strength of hypochlorite. hydrogen peroxide. DMF and their application in textiles.4TH SEMESTER LAB SYLLABUS 1. acid and basic dyes. resist and discharge. soil release agents. hydrosulphite. appropriate disperse. leveling agents. foaming characteristics. Estimation of strength of NaOH containing sodium carbonate volumetrically and by Tw meter 2. preparation of reagents used for chemical analysis 127 . Dicarboxylic acids. reactive.oxalic acid. NTT-458: Technology of Dyeing-I (L T P 0 0 2) Dye cotton with direct.

D. Measurement of physical properties of man-made fibres i. Principles of textile testing. homo-polymers and copolymers (b) Chemistry of important monomers (c) Thermo sets (d) Thermoplastic (e) Elastomers (f) Tg. Beeslay balance and physical balance. Twist tester. fineness. Polymer Chemistry (NTT-506) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1) Scope of Polymer Chemistry. spin finish. (a) definition of monomers. modulus. Shirley moisture meter. continuous twist tester. relation between Ne. bundle strength. construction.e. Physical testing of textiles. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Measurement of physical characteristics of cotton viz. Savile 16. Morton and J. Instruments used for determination of count. length. R. sampling techniques. (c) Bulk. selection of sample for testing.S. control of atmospheric conditions during testing. quadrant balance. dry and wet bulb hygrometer. Kothari 14. & mechanical) of textile material. by J. Tech. square and cut-square technique. Total Lectures Required = 8 128 . average & resultant count of folded yarn. Textile Testing-I (NTT-501) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to fiber. Knowles balance. Booth 15.E. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (5): determination of yarn count. diameter. sampling. Solution.K.5th Semester B. operation. Nm. crimp. importance of moisture in textiles. fibre quality index etc. elongation. biased sampling.P.W. factors affecting the regain. relation between structure and mechanical properties of fibres. maturity. Physical properties of fibres. random sampling. by W. colour and foreign matter including principle. level of twist . direct counting method. classification of twist. Hearle Laboratory work: As per lab syllabus 2.B. Emulsion and suspension polymerization (d) comparison of condensation and addition polymerization. and solution properties of polymers. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 13. by B. effect of moisture on properties (physical.E. kinetic and molecular weight build up. Quality control and testing management. and calibration of the equipment in common use. twist measurement. length. work of rupture. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (2) Condensation polymerization (b) Mechanism. yarn and fabric testing. strength. by V. moisture regain & moisture content and their measurement. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Atmospheric conditions for testing. twist-untwist method. denier. Textile Chemistry 1. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Mechanical properties of fibres. Tm. T. absolute and relative humidity. Twist. twist tester.

Vol. 7. Rheological behavior of thickners Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (2): Preparation of cloth for printing. Prayag 129 .preparation of screens. classification of printing thickners and methods of thickners paste preparation. spray printing. Faults and prevention in printing methods. methods and styles of printing. General description. (c) Radical. Vishwanathan. cationic and anionic polymerization (d) Mechanism and kinetics of polymerization (e) Copolymerization. and machines used for after treatment of printing goods. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total Lectures required = 42 5.block printing. rotary screen printing. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): Characterization of molecular weight of polymers. Stereo-Regular polymerization. Bill Meyer Text bookof Polymer. Manual and automatic flat bed screen printing. 3 Text Books & Reference Books: Text Book of Polymer science by F. Properties of fiber forming synthetic polymer. block preparation.D. Shenai 2. Of printing . transfer printing-fundamental principle of transfer printing.K. and mechanism of viscosity build up in emulsion and synthetic thickness. hygroscopic chemicals dispersing agents. Viscosity of measurement method. 8.S.Sharma Technology of Printing (NTT-508) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to printing. its advantages and disadvantages (2). oxidation and reducing agents etc. its method of application.W. (b) Type of addition polymerization . Tech.. synthetic thickners.I. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (4): Screen printing. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total of lectures required = 42 Text Books/Reference Books:1. Block and Graft polymerization.S. Tech. ageing. rotary screen preparation-manual and photosensitive.V. Of textile printing – R.Bhatnagar Polymer science by Gawaskar.A. emulsion thickners. preparation of paste for printing. various machines and application techniques.Unit (3): Addition polymerization . Methods of print fixation. Kale 3. Fiber forming synthetic polymer. precaution Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (3): Methods of printing . Techniques for measurement Polydispersity Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (5): Application of polymer to textiles. Printing . preparation of paste. merits and demerits. gel permeable chromatography. roller engraving and chroming rollers. 6. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (5): Pigment printing of cotton.steaming. wetting agents. curing etc. sreedhar and Jaydev Polymer chemistry by B.G. II. III by M. Faults in printing & their prevention. End-Group analysis method.

Wave/ zig-zag. infra colour dyeing m/cs. warp faced. steep twills. right hand twill. with natural dyes Fastness properties of dyed goods . spectral match. herringbone twill. Total lecture required – 8 Total lecture required – 40 Reference & text Books: 1. Technique for CCM for textiles. its importance and acts. master batch addition systems. Shenai 2. post. Different mordents used in dyeing. Fabric Structure (NTT-505) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit (1): Classification of various fabrics. ordinary twill. K-M theory. mock leno. Diamond. colour matching tristimulus values. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Regular and irregular satin. wool. Huck-a-back and crepe weave. chips coating. Petrers 4. various pollutants caused by dyeing with various dyes. curved twill. silk. Delta and K/S values. their sources and extraction. Trotman 3. washing rubbing. nylon. sateen base diagonals and brained twills. sublimation perspiration etc. German Ban. end to end and pick-to-pick combination. Total lecture required – 9 Unit – 2 Development in dyeing m/is. Advantage of CCM. Textile Chemistry Vol III by R. Total Lectures required = 8 Unit (2): Satin regular.H. Combined twills. elongated twills.jet dyeing m/cs.R. Technology of Dyeing Vol 6 by V. Total lecture required – 7 Unit – 3: Natural dyes (1). Total lecture required – 9 Unit – 4 : Dyeing of cotton. ordinary honeycomb. weft faced & balanced twills.A. acrylics. viscose and various methodscolour additions in polymerization. Fancy twills-large diagonal shaded twills. Total lecture required – 9 Unit 5: Computer colour matching. simultaneous mordanting. construction of plain weave and its derivatives (rib and mat weave). different methods – pre. Technology of Dyeing-II (NTT-509) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – 1: Mass coloration of Man Made fibres viz. Chemical Processing of Synthetic Fibres & Blends by Datye & Vaidhya 5. closed jiggers and contentious dyeing ranges .4. polyester. Light. brighten honeycomb . irregular and their extension. broken twill. Dyeing & Chemical technology of textile Fibres by E. Total Lectures Required = 9 130 . Advantages and limitations of the above processes. soft flow m/cs.

“Nishant” A Grammar of textile.J. preparation of paste.J Grosicki Watson’s Textile design and colour Newnes Buter Worth. Watson Textile Design & colour Longmans Greens Co. roving and count of yarn and their variability. block printing. Single yarn strength and elongation. block preparation. rotary screen printing. barley corn stitched hopsack and twilled hopsack. 4.Unit (4): derivatives of hopsack. 3. sliver. limitation of extra thread. London. London. London. Technology of Printing-I Preparation of cloth for printing. washing rubbing. Light. Z. rotary screen preparation. silk. Tg. Simple and wadded bed ford cords (1). 6. testing of neps in card web. preparation of paste for printing. Use of statistical techniques for evaluation of experimental results TT-556. with natural dyes Fastness properties of dyed goods. Lea strength measurement. molecular weight measurement by viscosity method. Grosicki. Analysis and interpretation of test results. principle of figuring with extra material extra warp figuring. General description. Chaaracterization of polymers. transfer printing. extra weft. Polymer Chemistry Lab Chemistry of monomer. Total Lectures Required = 9 Grand Total Lectures Required = 34 Reference Book: 1. Ripstop weave. moisture content and strength etc using different methods and instruments. roving and yarns. fineness. Methods of print fixation TT-559: Technology of Dyeing-II: . 2. Textile testing-I Measurement of fibre length and its distribution. 131 . W. . Advance Textile Design Newnes Butter Worth. Measurement of hank of sliver. End group analysis. spray printing.preparation of screens. Z. Fibre diameter and its variability. TT-558. HS: Common Syllabus as decided by UPTU) (L T P 2 0 =2) 5th SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-551. Tm & solution properties of monomer. wool. weft and piques (1). sublimation perspiration . Dyeing of cotton. cleanliness of cotton. Screen printing.

Test. measurement of fastness to light and rubbing. 2. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit (2): Procedure of determination of strength and elongation in the spun yarns. crimp. thermal transmission. nylon. PPI. crepon.K. fabric B. shrinkage. Kothari. Technology of Printing-II (NTT-606) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit-1: Various styles of printing including direct.impact tester. printing of cotton. thickness. Physical testing of textiles by B. wool/nylon and different types of union fabrics-cotton/wool. metal and flock. Principles of textile testing by J. air permeability. Grab test. wool/acrylic. Textile Testing-II (NTT-601) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Tensile properties of yarn and fabric. tearing strength.With different dye classes. bursting strength.K. various methods for finding of yield point. V. wool and silk with different dye classes using the above styles. methods for finding of various modulus. EPI. Textile Chemistry 1. Brief introduction to FAST and KAWABATA. acrylic and their blends such as p/v. weight and cover factor.P. evaluation and interpretation of evenness diagram & spectrogram and their associated equipment.cotton/silk etc. nature and causes of irregularities. Quality control and testing management by Dr. p/c.E. Tech. 3. damask. Total lecture required=8 132 . fabric strength tester. and stiffness of fabric. Kothari. Total Lectures required =10 Unit (5): Measurement of water repellency. Quality control by V. destination of tenacity. Instron tensile tester. Total lecture required=9 Unit-2: Printing with different dye classes of polyester. Total lecture required=9 Unit-3: Other styles of printing like raised. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Measurement of physical properties of fabric and the knowledge of the equipment used. 2. Classimat faults. resist & discharge style of printing. knowledge about the equipment used. foam printing. Saville. 4. bubble printing etc. Scott serigraph. yarn tensile strength testing machines. single yarn strength tester. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books & Reference Books: 1.S. pilling. tensile strength. principles and methods of evenness testing. Poly chromatic dyeing. lea strength tester.6th Semester B. Booth. stress-strain curve. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit(3): Measurement of evenness testing of yarns.

silk . camaflouge printing. Decatlising. Concept of transmission electron microscope (TEM) Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Shenai 2. Shrink Proofing. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (2): Concept of scanning electron microscope (SEM). Total lecture required= 8 Unit – 5: Finishing of woolen fabrics Dry Wet decatising. linen &jute. marsh 2.A. costing of printing. Sanforising. Stiffening. Chemical Processing of Synthetic Fibres & Blends by Datye & Vaidhya 3. Total lecture required – 8 Unit–4: Easy care finish. Calendaring. ageing and curing ) Transfer printing. Technology of Finishing-I (NTT-607) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – 1: Principle of finishing of cotton. Temporary and durable/ permanent finishes. orientation. Chemical Processing of Synthetic Fibres & Blends by Datye & Vaidhya 3. Atomic force microscopy. Technology of Printing by G. stabilizer. relation between fibre structure and fibre. Shenai 4. Structure of Cotton. Introduction to textile finishing by J. and other textile fibres. Total lecture required – 8 Unit – 3: Beetling of linen.permanent. Felting. Chemical. silk. Tota Total lecture required=8 Unit-5: printing of non woven’s-carpets. drying machines-. semi. wool. Total lecture required – 8 Total no. Technology of Printing by V. Overall orientation by “sonic modulus tester.1 Structure and Properties of Fibres (NTT-011)) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit 1: Basic structural features of fibre. Textile Finishing by V. Total lectures-10 Unit – 2: Finishing machines – Mangle &their function. minimum application technique including foam technology-blow ratio foam generator. Milling. crystallinity & crystalline orientation of fibre forming polymer. Classification of various finishing – (a) Mechanical. Total lecture required=8 Grand Total lecture required=42 Text Books/ Reference & text Books: 1.A. methods. fibre fracture. transfer printing of polyester Digital or inkjet printing. wool. Methods of estimating molecular weight.T. Permanent Setting. Sublimation. Kale 3. Softening. Crimping of Silk & rayon. Total Lectures Required = 8 133 . Stentering. inkjet printing. .Unit-4: Various machines used for drying (1) steaming. washing. of lectures =42 Reference & Text Books: 1.D. Departmental Electives I 4. hosiery goods and bonded goods. applicator.

S. Thermomechanical Analyser (TMA) Density gradient column. V. Total Lectures Required = 10 Grand Total of lectures required = 42 Reference Book: 1. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (4): Introduction to seam. types of garment. ZFusing. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (4): Optical properties of fibres.K. fabric defects. Textile fibres by ATIRA 6. TGA. Total Lectures required =9 (3) Introduction to garment cutting.K. Gupta. seam performance. fibre friction measurement. methods of marker planning and marker use. seam appearance. fibre to fibre. seam degradation. dielectric properties. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Importance of garment processing and finishes. Mukhopadhyaya 4.2 Garment Manufacturing Technology (NTT-012) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to garment manufacturing technology. processing of garments and special garment finishes. Pressing. low stress fabric properties. fabric comfort. Quantitative theory of heat moisture absorption.B. Sample cutting. Hearle 3. stitch structure. Manufactured fibre technology by V. Physical properties of fibre by J. Preparation of density gradient coloumn. concept of moisture absorption by fibres. Polymers by fibre & textiles encyclopedia 8. spreading of the fabric. surface characteristics. Birefringence behavior. spreading requirements. Fabtic inspection and feedback to back process. Moisture absorption. seam failure. thermal comfort. fabric assurance by sample testing. Crystallinity by density gradient coloumn. Efficiency of Marker planning. Advances in fibre source by S. Total Lectures required =7 Grand total of lectures required = 42 134 . methods of cuttings. heat of absorption. integral heat of absorption. Rate of moisture absorption. fabric packages.W. ASTM Standard books 7. stitch. Sewing. objective evaluation of fabric. thermal mechanical analysis (TGA). Kawabata system. Modern yarn production by Ray 5. Thermal behavior of material by Turi 4. Finishing and inspection. stitch classification. to form a lay.Unit (3): Thermal behavior of textile fibres by Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC). seam puckering and seam testing. fibre friction. Kothari 2. seam formation. joining material. Marker planning. methods of spreading. Line balancing concept. differential heat of absorption. objective of cuttings. yarn to yarn friction measurement Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (5): Creep behavior. damages (thermal and mechanical). Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Introduction to measurement of fabric dimensional properties.

1 Chemistry of Dyes and Colour Chemistry (NTT-024) (L T P 2 1 0) Unit 1: Fractional distillation of coal tar and its products. Frotran 5. Total lectures required = 8 Unit 2:. Total Lectures Required = 8 135 .monochloro triazine and dichlorotriazine. Total lectures required = 10 Unit 4: Chemistry of anthraquionone. principles of draw texturing. twist and tension on properties of textured yarn. Methods of preparation of Nitro.Dyeing and chemical technology of fibre: E.K. Structural geometry of textured yarn. Edge crimping & other methods of texturing thermoplastic yarns. (4) Unit organic process/operation sulphonation.K. Effect of process variables. nitration. characterization of textured yarn.nitroso. Isolation of Xylene. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (3): Textured yarn properties and fabric characteristics. Departmental Electives II 5. Chemistry of dye agent principle of dying: U. identification of dyes on fibres. Process variables. Benzene. Shenai Reference Book: 3. Draw texturing machines. Basic principles of heat setting and texturizing. David & Ballengray 4. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit (2):.Text Books and Reference material: 1. and their use in textile industry (3). Total lectures required = 8 Grand total lectures required = 36 Text Book: 1 . Garment Manufacturing Technology by By T Ramchandran 3. amination and hydroxy compound Total lectures required = 8 Unit 3: Classification of dyes according to chemical constitution Relation between coulour and chemical constitution. Naphthalene and Anthracene. time.Process of dye chemistry: Fierz. Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Technology By T Ramchandran 2. False twisting. Practical Clothing Construction Part I & II by Mary Methews 5.2 Textured Yarn Technology (NTT-023) (L T P 2 1 0 3) Unit (1): Importance of texturizinng. Methods of texturizing. and properties of draw textured yarn. developments of false twist texturing machines. Azo:-mono-azo and di-azo.Processing of textile fibres: Sadov 6. diphynyl methane and tri phynyl methane dyes. Chemistry of synthetic dyes: Venkataraman 5. Toluene.. temperature. acridine Chemistry of reactive dyes. Stuffer box crimping.Synthetic dye stuff: Cain & thrope 2.

Synthetic fibre by Vaidhya 6. bursting. acrylic and their blends such as p/v. Yarn characteristics. measurement of evenness. wool/acrylic.Unit (4): Principles of air bulking and properties of air bulked yarn. modulus. measurement of yarn strength. and tearing strength. weight. elongation at break. Textured yarn Technology by J. abrasion resistance. Classification of various finishing – (a) Mechanical. linen &jute.With different dye classes TT-657. HS: To be decided by UPTU 6h SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS TT-651. shrinkage and air permeability. nylon. fabric testing for dimension. thickness. crimp rigidity.W.S. Morphological chances induces by mechano-thermal forms of texturing and their effect on properties of textured yarns. Texturing of non thermoplastic yarns cross linking and effect of process variables on properties of textured yarn.cotton/silk etc. Total Lectures Required = 10 Grand total lectures required =43 Reference book:1. tenacity. crease recovery and draping qualities of fabric TT-656. p/c. Fabric testing for elongation. tensile. twist and diameter. Technology of Printing-II Lab (L T P 0 0 3) Printing with different dye classes of polyester. Technology of Finishing-I Lab (L T P 0 0 3) Finishing of cotton.permanent.Hearle 2. Textile testing-I Use of microscope for testing of yarns for appearance. wool. Texturing with the aid of solvent. silk. 136 . Chemical. temporary and durable/ permanent finishes. semi. wool/nylon and different types of union fabrics-cotton/wool. glexural rigidity.

Total Lectures required =9 Unit (2): Process control in warping. M. Total lectures required -9 Unit 2: Chemical potential of dyes. of lectures= 36 Text Books & Reference Books: 1. choice recipe and size pick-up. Total lectures required -9 Unit 4: Colour measurement & C/E System. 5. optimizing quality of preparation. activity of dye in solution and in fibre. Total Lectures required =7 Unit (3): Process control in sizing. minimizing end breakage in warping. quality of warping beam. physio. Total Lectures required =8 137 . control of productivity. Liod. 2.Adaims chromaticity value.7th Semester B. 7. thermodynamics – entropy of dyeing.Isotherms. selection of reeds. Total lectures required -9 Unit 3: Kinetic – diffusion of dyes inside the fibre rate of dyeing. 4. control of quality of knot. systems of process control in weaving. setting norms and schedule of checks. Numerical expression of colour difference. control of productivity. Total lectures required -9 Total no. factors responsible for loss in efficiency. control of yarn stretch. selection of healds. Simple relation for calculation of affinity. Adsorption. dressing of the beams for reducing incidence of cross ends.2 Synthetic dye stuff – Cain & Thrope Chemistry of dyes & principle of dying -V. Tech Textile Chemistry 1.A. Shenai Process of dye chemistry: Fierz. process control in weaving. 3. temperature effects. 1. quality of sized beams.L. heat of dyeing. role of fibre structure in dying.K.1 Physical Chemistry of Dyeing (NTT-711) (L T P 2 0 0) Unit 1: Introduction to the theory of dyeing absorption. f Process Control in Weaving (NTT-702) (L T P 2 0 0 =2) Unit (1): Scope of process control. Frotran Processing of textile fibres: Sadov Chemistry of synthetic dyes: Venkataraman Chemistry of dyestuff: L. David & Ballengray Dyeing and chemical technology of fibre: E. diffusion coefficient of dyes into fibres. 6. producing good package. Spectro photo meter. machinery audit. Open Elective from Other Department 1. control of productivity.law of light absorption. control of size pick-up.chemical factors in dyeing.

Process control in weaving by ATIRA 2. After sales services. marsh 2. acrylics and their blends with cotton. testing of water repellency. branding. packaging. antistatic. 138 . Machine catalogues of various machines manufacture 3. process control in grey inspection. Testing methods for evaluation of flame retardency. pricing policy. 100% polyester. sales promotion. polyester and P/C blends. Total lecture required -8 Grand total lecture required =42 Reference Books: 1. Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 32 Text Books & Reference Books 1. promissory note. complains and their redressal. responsibility. Total lecture required – 9 Unit – 2: Principle & mechanism of flame retardency. nylons. wool. marketing mix. Introduction to textile finishing by J. brief idea of cash & credit. Flame retardency of cotton.Unit (4): Process control in loom shed. market research. Functional Management: Source of finance. cheques. functions of management. control of productivity.Moth proofing.. soil resistance finishes . Total lecture required – 8 Unit – 5: Finishing of synthetics and Lenin fabrics eg. planning & development. Weaving tablets by ATIRA 2. mechanism of water repelling. Waste Management & Pollution Control (NTT-710) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Management Techniques: Leadership. Shenai 3. and folding sections. bill of exchanges. Textile Finishing by V. Technology of Finishing-II (NTT-709) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – 1: Water proofing and water repelling. promotion. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit (2): Marketing : Basic concept. and salesman ship. Total lecture required =9 Unit – 3: Finishing of woolen fabrics. factors responsible for loss in efficiency.T. permanent set& testing. sales forecasting. area of use. authority.A. causes and remedies of fabric defects. snap study and time and motion study. advertisement media and effectiveness . control of warp and weft breakage. pricing. Delusturing . Chemical Processing of Synthetic Fibres & Blends by Datye & Vaidhya 3. drafts. viscose. Total lecture required -8 Unit – 4: Finishing of Synthetic fibres/fabric – Heat setting.

types of matrix materials – Thermoset and Thermo plastics properties: short fibre composites. basic principles. coupling of interfaces and interfacial reaction in fibre composites. legality of contracts.properties .fibre particulate and laminar composites. biological. effect.types of tenders. thermoforming. Deswal & Anupama Deswal. compression moulding. specific pollutants: unit process: waste maximization and recycling. Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 3: Introduction to fibre reinforced composite material manufacturing techniques.salient provisions of water act. physical. Tenders. braiding Total Lectures Required = 8 Unit 4: Vaccum bagging. staff requirement. knitting. Wild life act. registration of firm / factory in R. its effect and control.Unit operations (sedimentation. pultrusion.Legislation. training and monitoring. coupling agents. filament winding.B. Air act. type of contracts. Fibre Reinforced Composites (NTT-708) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit 1: Definition of composites. precipitation. Grievances and their handling.Human Relations: Motivating the employees. injection moulding. Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Reference Books: Basic course in environmental studies. Forest Act. fracture mode in fibre composites. motor Vehicle Act. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (4): Foreign Trade: Export procuring channels of distribution in export trade. monitoring and control. causes. resin transfer moulding Total Lectures Required = 8 139 . methodology a constraints. and incineration). or others. Total Lectures Required = 9 Unit (5): Pollution of air. 4. chemical standards for quality of treated water. Textile performs for composites: weaving. Inter-personnel relations.functions of fibre and matrix Total Lectures Required = 8 Fibre Unit 2: Types of high performance fibres . purpose. purchase order.Total Lectures Required = 87 Unit (3): Material management: Function and duties of purchase department. components. tendering procedure. Environment Impact Assessment: Basic principles. Source of noise pollution.I. fibre matrix interface. filtration. Source of water: Factors contributing water pollution and their effect. Types of composites . earnest money and security money. Effluent treatment methods and control. composites: Constituents . water pollution parameters. contracts. Environment protection act. – S. export promotion.

Total Lectures required =9 Unit 3: Classification of knit-structures. sinker loop. flat machine.S “High performance fibres composites and engineering textile structures” JTI (special issue) 1990 23. elements of knitting machine like type of needles. wale.J. geometry of loop structure. under lap.Unit 5: Testing of composites— Fibre volume fraction -Laminar tensile . machine gauge and stitch density. calculations regarding production. Alagirusamy. Causes and remedies of faults of knitted fabrics. Modern developments in weft knitting technique. applications of fibre reinforced composites Total Lectures Required = 8 Grand Total Lectures Required = 42 Text Books & Reference Books: 19.D “Composite Materials Engineering science” Chapman and Hall London. Total Lectures required =9 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Reference and Text Book1. Knitting Technology – Chamberlin 2. Total Lectures required =7 Unit 5: Basic warp knitting machines. Loop formation on flat bed machine Total Lectures required =9 Unit 4: Four primary base knitting structures: Plain knitted fabric. 4 (Wood Head Publishing Limited) 24. New Delhi. knitting terms and definitions (Course. stitch density) different type of knitting needles: bearded needle. 140 . 1994 22. Ogale and N. Himalayan Book.L and Rawlings R. 1998 21. Classification of weft knitting machine. jack. garment length machine. Rib machines and inters look machines. sinker. Spencer 3. sinkers. 1&2 –Published by IIT New Delhi.1 Knitting Technology (NTT-033) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit 1: Difference between knits and wovens.compression -and flexural properties. gsm. overlap. and White J. socks knitting technology. V. relation between yarn count. etc Needle numbering system. latch needle. J. Knitting Calculation – Chamberlin 5. open lap Total Lectures required =8 Unit 2: Comparison of warp and weft knitting. R Fangueiro. Knitting Technology – W. Cambridge university press. D hull An Introduction to composite materials. circular machine fabrics and Spacer fabrics. classification of warp knitting. Elements of loop structure: needle loop. 20 Departmental Elective III 5.S. loop formation on: single jersey. De. Textile Progress monogram on “Hybrid yarns and textile performing for thermoplastic composites” by R. stitch density etc. Interlock and Purl fabric. technology of loop formation. Special knitting machines: Fabric machine. International Textile Journel – Knitting 4.K. 1998 20. Hearle. cam arrangement. L Gupta “Advanced Composite Materials”. Rib fabric. Wet Knitting Vol.W. Wood head. Short fibre polymer composites.R. Mathews F. Padaki Textile Progress 2006 Vol 38 No.shear . closed lap.

effect of process variables on properties of hydroentanglement non woven fabric. web chrematistic and their influence on properties of nonwoven fabrics. Non-woven fabric by bonding with thermoplastic adhesives. bonding by bi-component fibres (3). Total Lectures Required = 6 Unit 4: Non-woven fabric by Stitch bonding. chemical bonding spun laced non-woven fabrics. Non-woven fabric by adhesive bonding. Total Lectures Required=7 Unit 3: Non-woven fabric by hydroentanglement. Description of needle punching machine. Various method of web formation. Total Lectures Required = 7 Unit 5: Flocked fabric (2). Non-woven fabric by Spun laced.2 Non-woven (NTT-031) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit 1: National and international scenario on non-woven fabric production. Description of hydroentanglement machine.. mechanical bonding. Non woven – NCUTE 3. (3) Non woven fabric by Needle punch. testing of water repellency. soil resistance finishes.N. Flame retardency of cotton. Total Lectures Required = 7 Grand total = 34 Reference Books 1. Total lectures required=7 Unit 2: (4). 141 . Application of various non woven fabrics. Infra-red bonding. antistatic. Non-woven fabric by chemical bonding. Banarjee 2. Knitting technology : Spencer 7th SEMESTER LAB SYLLBUS Technology of Finishing-II (NTT-759) Water proofing and water repelling. effect of process variables on properties of needle punch fabric. Concept about felts and non woven (3). Melt blown process of non-woven fabric manufacturing. Knitting – NCUTE 5. Classification of non-woven fabrics (2) fibres for non-woven fabrics (2).6. Felt Manufacturing process. Effect of process variables on properties of stitch bonding. Finishing of woolen fabrics. Non Woven – N. polyester and P/C blends. latest development in non-woven industry: ultrasonic bonding. Laminates (2).

passive smart textiles. safety razor etc. types of technical textiles. chemical resistance. manufacturing of geo textile. old and new design methods. classification of medical textiles. durability determinants Total Lectures required =8 Grand total of lectures required = 42 Text Books and Reference material: 10.2 Product Development (NOE-082) (L T P 3 1 0) UNIT-1: Concept of Product. fabrics and clothing Tao X 12. Anand 11. seat belt. filtration..water proof/coated and water repellent. helmets etc. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (4): Smart textiles. brief introduction of smart textiles. drainage (fluid transmission). filter fabric construction. mechanical resistance such as bullet proof. face mast etc. seat upholstery.. air bag.R. crop cover. Shears handbook of industrial Textiles. Nuclear and biological resistance. separation. Cardiovascular implants. bicycle.non-implantable material wound dressings. Orthopedic implants. medical cost. textiles used in industry such as filtration. etc. fibres used. classification of geo textiles. Healthcare/ hygiene products. bandages.C. Design definitions. 142 . implantable materialsuture. Extra-corporal devices – Artificial kidney. cut prof. liver lung. Total Lectures required =8 Unit (2): Manufacture and properties of protective textiles. space suit etc. flame retardant. thermal and chemical properties of filter fabric. classification of smart textiles. plasters.A. Tech Textile Chemistry 1. finishing net etc. headliners. anti hail and bird protection net. 1. green house film. definition and scope. objective of geo textiles. essential properties of geo textiles. carpets. erosion control/ absorption. Agro textile: Shade net. surgical gown. antimicrobrial. functions of geo textile-soil reinforcement. Open Electives from other departments 1. musical jacket. Horrocks & S. brief discussion of smart shirt. essential requirements of good filter fabric.1 Technical Textiles (NTT-801) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit (1): Introduction to technical textile. examples such as evolution of sewing M/C. need based developments.8th Semester B. soft tissue implant. needle felt & knitted filter fabric. finishing treatment of filter fabric. design by evolution.woven. Hand book of technical textiles.Mechanical determinants. automotive textiles: type cord. Total Lectures required =9 Unit (5): Introduction of geo textile. Smart fibre. stab proof Total Lectures required =9 Unit (3): Medical textiles. active smart textiles. technology based developments physical relaibility & economic feasibility of design concepts. Hydraulic determinants. Mulch net. smart suit.

Fixed and variable costs. UNIT –III: Transformations. Break-even analysis. shape.C. profit analysis. 5. flexible budget. Factors affecting plan layout. Crewford. handling of dyes & chemicals. wage system in process house. Creativity. viability evaluation of a project Total number of lectures required =10 143 . 2. Anthroprometric data and its importance in design. Utility Valaue. colour. “Engg. Design criteria. waste cost in process house. process. Ideation techniques. divergent. such as work-study.P. -Tolerance limit enforced by state pollution Boards & its purpose. preparation of project report for a process house.UNIT –II: Murphology of design. Design of display and controls. functional. labour and material cost. methods of disposal of industrial waste (from dye house & print house specially). Manmachine interface. Utility Concept. Chitab& R. Use of Standards for Design. UNIT-IV: Reliability considerations. Mental blocks. Product Design” Bussiness Books. Removal blocs. predetermining dyeing. Reliability of systems in series and parallel. Master budget. C. for improving method & quality of product. Economic aspects. Compatibility of displays and controls. reutilization of water.K. Analysis of need. Failure rate. “Product Design & Decision” Bussiness Books. Technological Forecasting. Cain. Total of lectures required=8 Unit-3: Balancing of machines for a complete process house. construction of building of a process house. Characteristics of process waste streams-process. Objective and various types of maintenance in process house. “The Technology of creation Thinking” Prentice Hall. introduction to cost terms and purposes. aesthetics. single and multistoried buildings. Utility Index. finishing and printing cost. Total of lectures required=9 Unit-2:: Importance of effluent management: their effect in environment. Text/Reference Books: 1. prevention tours accidents. A. Cain. Decision making under Multiple Criteria. steam and water consumption. UNIT-V: Existing techniques. Optimum spares from Reliability considerations. possible pollutants & nature of waste water. MTTF and MTBF. Innovation versus Invention.D. Fire hazards and their control Safety rules for process house. ergonomics. Morephological techniques. process costing. Total of lectures required=8 Unit-4: Costing. Maintenance. methods & precautions. Water energy (steam) Source & its conservation. Brainstorming& Synetics. types of buildings. SQC etc. Process House Planning & Organization (NTT-805) Unit-1: Selection of site for a process house. cost volume. Gupta “Product design & Manufacturing” – Prentice Hall (EE) 2. R. form. Check list. 3. Application of Computers in Product development & design. size. cost allocation. Ergonomic aspects. identification of need. Layout of different machines of a process house. transformation and convergent phases of product design.D. C. Bath tub curve.

1 High Performance Fibres (NTT-042) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit – I.II: Aramids. applications. PAN bases Carbon fibres. Gulrajani. PBO (Polyphenylene benzobisoxazole) fibres.2 Development in Wet Processing (NTT-044) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit-1: Recent development in preparatory process. Bombay 4-Modern TextileManagementJ.S. 7-Occupational Health and Safety inn Textile mills by Dr.BRattan.Glass for Fibres. polymer preparation. Vapour grown Carbon fibres.Definition. Total lectures required=9 Grand total of lectures required= 42 Reference Books 1. Trived. . properties & application. Total lectures required=8 Unit –5: Vectran (Melt spun wholly aromatic polyester fibre). energy and environment in textile wet processing by S.S. Applications. types of staff organization. High Performance Fibree by J. Fibre markets. Chauhan 2-Health hazards in Textile mills by NITRA 3-Dye house management. Structure & properties. Departmental Electives IV 3. Hi Performance Gelspun Polyethylene fibres. Introduction. 5-Water and effluents in textile by ATIRA.W. fibre properties& application. properties & application. properties & applications.M. PEEK Fibres -Fibre production.III: Carbon Fibres.Physical properties.Art of Dyeing by B. V. Total lectures required=9 Unit. Abhishek Publication. Mahajan publication. Total number of lectures required =7 Grant total of lectures required = 42 Text Books & Reference Books 1. Colour Publication. optical fibres. Mumbai 8-Energy Conservation in Textile WET Processing by Dr. molecular dimensionality mechanical properties. fibre finish. Ahemdabad. Total lectures required= 8 Unit-4:Glass Fibres. fibres characteristics. Total lectures required=8 Unit. Hearle 3.Introduction.Shenai.Fibre production. Chandigarh. Fibre production.Unit (5) Calculation regarding payback period and break. 3. Pitch based Carbon fibres.L. Fibres based on liquid crystalline polymer (PPTA fibre). 6-Economy. Spinning.Sevak Publication. properties & application.Scouring bleaching 144 .Staff organization system in textile mills . Fibre manufacture.even point.Manufacture.S.A.

Buschle-Diller. Eco-labeling . X-ray absorbing.1 Special Topics in Manmade Fibres (NTT-053) (L T P 3 1 0=4) Unit 1: Various modifications in molecular chain of polyethylene terephthalate fibre. Boron fibres. German Bann. Total Lectures required =10 Unit 2: Modification of regenerated fibre on special attention to Lyocell fibre. Electrospun Nanofibers From Biopolymers And Their Biomedical Applications.Eco standards Reference Books 1. synthesis and spinning of modacrylic fibre. Modification in Polyacrylonitrile fibres by modification during polymerization. Total Lectures required =8 Unit 5: Fibres by chemical vapour deposition (CVD) technique. Total Lectures required =8 Grand Total of Lectures Required =42 Text Books & Reference books: 1.Line to Line articles published in the magazines must be compiled year-wise 4. The material science of thin films: Milton Ohring 3. Solvent dyeing.A.Unit-2: Fundamentals of foam technology and its application to wet processing textiles. Steve 145 . Chemistry and its Applications in Biocidal Textiles and Polymers. Unit-5: Impact f textile chemicals on ecology. Total Lectures required =8 Unit 3: Modification in Nylon fibres: Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 . Sudarshan 2. Vincent. silicon carbide (SiC) fibres. Unit-3: Advances in dyeing machines and dyeing methods. Unit-4: Advance in Printing methods and machines. Eco-standards-V. Spinning of polylactic acid (PLA) Fibres. By addition of various copolymers for specific purposes. Economics of dyeing process. Chemical Vapor Deposition: Jong-Hee Park. Finishing of blends. energy requirement and its Conservation Computer Colour matching. S. Modification in polyurethane fibres. Colourage Journals--. Kinetics of coagulation bath for viscose fibre regeneration. Incorporation of various dope additives to manufacturer inherent flame retardant. Carbon nanotube (CNT) in various man made fibres. Shenai 2. Cationic dyeable polyester. Corbon nanotube manufacturing. Goheen. Eco-parameters for textile Industry. Departmental Electives V 4. Total Lectures required =8 Unit 4. Modified Fibers with Medical and Specialty Applications: Edwards. and fluorescent fibres. Digital Printing. Environmental issues in textile industry. T. Gisela.

Coating & Laminated Textiles by Water Fung 2. Coated Fabric technology Vol. Coated & laminated Fabric by AATCC symposium 146 . Sen 3.2 Coating of Textiles (NTC-054) (L T P 3 1 0) Unit-1: Polymeric materials for coating. low temperature impact test. water vapour permeability. Polyurethane. Rotary screen printing. Roller coating. Abrasion resistance. 1-3 Technomic publication 4.Fastness to dry and wet rubbing. Adhesion test Total lecture required=9 Grand Total lecture required=39 Text Books/ Reference Books: 1. Resistance to water penetration. Coating per Unit area. Total lecture required=8 Unit-2: Coating Methods: Knife coating. breathable coating. pastes (1) hydrodynamic analysis of coating. Total lecture required=10 Unit-5: Test methods for coated fabrics. blocking. Metal and conducting polymer-coated fabrics. transfers coating.(Rubbers: natural and synthetic. Coating for Chemical protection. Acrylic polymers. Test for colour. Total lecture required=8 Unit-4: Coating for foul weather protection. Camouflage nets. Polyvinyl chloride. calendaring hot melt coating. Non Apparel coating. Degree of fusion/curing of coating.4. Radiation cured coating. Thermo chromic coating.K. Coated Textile by A. Total lecture required=8 Unit-3: Physical properties of coated fabric (2) Rheology of coating pastes. Adhesive treatment. low temperature bend test. Impermeable coating. Rheological Behaviors of fluids. Air permeability. Temperature Adaptable coating.