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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture 19: Chapter 12 part 1

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8 Mar 2017
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Interlacing yarns to make fabrics: example: the paper placemats you made in kindergarten. Definition of fabric: a woven, knitted, plaited, braided, or
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UACTD 261ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Chain-Growth Polymerization, Acrylonitrile, Propene

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1 Nov 2016
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Manufactured fiber any fiber derived by a process of manufacture from a substance that at any point in the process is not a fiber. Two types of manufac
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture 11: End of Chapter 7

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8 Feb 2017
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Acetate and triacetate fibers are modified cellulosic fibers. Production of acetate began in england around 1917, and production of triacetate began in
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Melt Spinning, Natural Fiber, Nylon 66

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6 Feb 2017
1
Any fiber derived by a process of manufacture from a substance that at any point is not. Chemistry is where this is a difference. Either supplied by na
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UACTD 261ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Starch, Denim, Ring Spinning

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1 Nov 2016
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Yarn: constructed assemblage of textile fibers which act as a unit in fabric formation. Staple fibers twister together staple yarns. Filament fibers la
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Knitting, Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity, Dry Cleaning

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19 Jan 2017
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Cross-section shape: fiber shape affects luster, bulk, body, texture, hand, etc. Surface contour: describes outer surface of the fiber. Affects luster,
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Flannel, Units Of Textile Measurement, Knitting

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1 Mar 2017
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A yarn is a continuous strand of textile fibers, staple or filament, in a form suitable for weaving, knitting, or otherwise intertwining to form a text
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Starch, Speedstep, Ring Spinning

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1 Mar 2017
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Spinning systems- produce a yarn based on fiber characteristics of fiber. Surface contour ring spinning- standard by which all spun yarns are rated. Pi
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: System For Information On Grey Literature In Europe, Ring Spinning, Linear Density

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1 Mar 2017
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Tape yarns (fibrillated fibers or slit films) Network yarns similar to tape yarns, but with greater bulk and comfort. Fabrics made from flat continuous
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Xanthate, Carbon Disulfide, Viscose

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6 Feb 2017
1
Amount of petrochemicals used for fiber production. Manufactured regenerated fibers are produced from naturally occurring polymers of cellulose or prot
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UACTD 261Amanda ThompsonSpring

CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dry Cleaning, Japa, Sericin

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31 Jan 2017
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Silkworm spins two filaments (brins) of a protein called fibroin embedded in a water soluble gum (sericin). Raw silk: has not had the gum removed. Each
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CTD 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Ikat, Sericin, Fulling

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1 Nov 2016
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Films: made directly from a polymer solution by melt-extrusion or casting the solution onto a hot drum (similar to fiber spinning solutions) The two mo
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