JTST  Vol.4 No.1 , February 2018
The Experiential Analysis of Woven Fabric for Reproduction
Abstract: The aim of this article was to express the importance of this projected work in the field of present competitive textile-world as fabric manufacturing industries are competing with each other to be unique and aristocrat with their products for attaining customer’s attention and increasing their significance to others. To be superior in market, research is the first priority in this perspective competing field. Industries are producing a wide variety of products with some very good comfort properties in fabrics. Due to achieving this, different properties like construction, weave, internal structure, use of variety of yarn, inner-structural changes are brought in fabrics. The more an industry is advanced with its products, the more it will get market value which is very important. Market research in this field is fundamental prior to going for production. An experimental study may be applied in the market on various products with a view to attaining a good annual turnover with production and manufactures. All these parameters like development, growth, market values etc. are strongly dependent on the analytical and research activities of a group. Considering all, analysis on a fabric and its properties is very much fundament and important.
Cite this paper: Islam, S. , Chowdhury, S. and Akter, S. (2018) The Experiential Analysis of Woven Fabric for Reproduction. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 4, 18-48. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2018.41002.

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