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EFFECTS OF STITCH LENGTH AND YARN COUNT VARIATION ON ABRASION RESISTANCE OF PLAIN KNITTED GREY FABRIC

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Author(s): A. N. M. Masudur Rahman | Md. Ershad Khan | Sheikh Nazmul Hoque

Journal: Annals of the University of Oradea. Fascicle of Textiles, Leatherwork
ISSN 1843-813X

Volume: XII;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 117;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Abrasion resistance | stitch length | yarn count | carded yarn | plain knitted grey fabric

ABSTRACT
Textile fabrics are manufactured for many different end uses, each of which has different performance requirements. The chemical and physical structures of textile fabric determine how it will perform, and ultimately whether it is acceptable for a particular use. Fabric testing plays a crucial role in gauging product quality, ensuring regulatory compliance and assessing the performance of textile materials. It provides information about the physical or structural, chemical and performance properties of the fabrics. It is veryimportant to predict the textile fabric’s performance by testing. Fashion merchandisers, apparel designers, interior designers and textile scientists who have an understanding of textile properties and testing are equipped to make decisions that will benefit their clients and enhance profits for their businesses. Knowledge of fabrictesting and its performance analysis can be contributed to efficiency in solving consumer problems with textile products and to the development of products that perform acceptably for consumers.

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