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 JTST  Vol.7 No.1 , February 2021
Impact of the Presence of the Loop at Different Location on Fabric Width and Areal Density of a Weft Knitted Structure
Abstract: Knitted structures are progressively built up from row after row of knitted intermeshed loops known as knitted loops. Apart from this knitted loops, tuck or miss loops may be produced by varying the timing of the intermeshing sequence of the old loop and new loops. These loops are main and prominent part of the design of the weft knitted structures. Structures having float or miss loop exhibits many noticeable characteristics. The fabrics renders better surface appearance or color pattern. Dimensional stability is significantly improved. Fabric width is reduced and areal density is also increased considerably due to the presence of float loops in the structure. Therefore, the dimensional and physical features of different knitted structures having knit-miss loops may be studied carefully to find the influence of float stitch or loop on fabric width and areal density. In this project work, such an attempt has been made to specify some specific single jersey structures, which will be ensured as an effective tool for product research and development as well as for meeting up customer’s quality requirements of high class products.
Cite this paper: Sayed, Z. , Jahan, N. and Kabir, S. (2021) Impact of the Presence of the Loop at Different Location on Fabric Width and Areal Density of a Weft Knitted Structure. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 7, 55-65. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2021.71005.
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