JTST  Vol.5 No.4 , November 2019
Influenced of Twill Geometry Variation on Woven Fabrics: Analysis of Physico-Chemical Properties
Abstract: It has been analyzed the properties such as tensile strength, tearing resistance, crease angle recovery, pilling formation, drape co-efficient, colorfastness to rubbing and colorfastness wash by testing with the help of related instrument, The twill woven fabrics which are chosen only different to their weave structure (2/1 S twill and 3/1 S twill) whether the other specification of the fabrics like warp count, weft count, ends per inch, picks per inch, GSM of the fabrics and the fiber quality were same. From the experiment, it was found that some properties such as tensile strength, drape co-efficient and colorfastness of 2/1 twill are better than 3/1 twill on the other hand few properties such as crease angle recovery, tearing resistance and colorfastness to wash of 3/1 twill is better than 2/1 twill. Afterward while performing the job for identifying the pill formation tendency, it was observed that pill formation tendencies of the both fabrics are same.
Cite this paper: Solaiman, &. , Sarkar, H. , Ullah, S. , Molla, J. and Haque, A. (2019) Influenced of Twill Geometry Variation on Woven Fabrics: Analysis of Physico-Chemical Properties. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 5, 134-147. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2019.54012.

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