Helping you keep pace with rapid developments in the field, Textile Sizing documents the rapidly changing scenario in textile processing and research in sizing. The authors analyze new fibers, spinning methods, and weaving techniques affecting textile production and studies the impact of fiber properties, yarn quality, sizing processes and materials, and chemical and mechanical phenomena on efficient textile manufacturing and development.
Numerous tables dispersed throughout the text provide specific guidance on the wide range of processes involved in textile sizing.
Illustrating the necessity and value of sizing techniques in the modern textile industry, this reference helps you
Textile Sizing is invaluable for physical, surface, colloid, textile, materials, polymer, plastics, and fiber chemists; industrial, manufacturing, textile, fiber, and composite engineers; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
Table of Contents
THE SIZING PROCESS
Selection and Evaluation of Size Materials
Evaluation of the Sizing Process
Evaluation of Warp Performance
PROPERTIES OF FIBERS AND YARNS
Staple Yarn Spinning Systems
Properties of Staple Yarns
THE CHEMISTRY OF SIZING COMPOUNDS
Properties of Size Materials
Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose
Styrene/Maleic Anhydride Sizes
Size Recovery and Desize Wastewater Treatment
WINDING, WARPING, AND SIZING
Single-End Sizing Systems
Draw-Warping and Sizing
Sizing of Different Yarns
PERFORMANCE OF SIZED YARNS
Criteria of Assessment
Goswami\, Bhuvenesh C.; Anandjiwala\, Rajesh D.; Hall\, David
"…numerous tables which provide specific guidance on references of processes involved in textile sizing can be consulted and in the end of each chapter a very comprehensive sending bibliography is appended."
- Assistant Professor Irina Arnautu and Professor Gheorghe Antoniu, Ph.D., Iasi Polytechnic Magazine
"The chapters are detailed, well illustrated, and reference both processing and test methods in such a way that this book should be of value to both students and plant practitioners in the textile field."
- Polymer News