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Weight Reduction Of Polyester.

Taken by :  Garg Charchit ,Gemlawala Vicky,Das Dipankar
Guide By: Prof. A. V. Halbe ,Prof. A. J. Vaidya
College :  SCET, Surat         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Siddhi Vinayak Knots & Prints Pvt. Ltd.
IDP/UDP Field: Textile Processing Pre-Treatment
Abstract: The project is based on various studies on weight reduction of Polyester which includes the optimization of quantity of caustic to be used, determination of utilized and unutilised caustic and its threshold value in weight reduction of polyester the project also focuses on study of important parameter concentration of caustic with respect to other variables like Time and Temperature. Also the effect of various quality features of fabrics and other auxiliary chemicals will be studied. It includes as an essential and important feature of the project that is determination of degree of weight reduction.
Tag: Textile Processing , Pre-Treatment

Processing Of Regenerated Fibres.

Taken by :  Saxena Ankit,Singhal Siddharth,Joshi Ashish
Guide By: Prof. M. S. Inamdar, Prof. D. V. Patel
College :  SCET, Surat         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Pragati Synthetics Pvt. Ltd.
IDP/UDP Field: Textile Processing
Abstract: In today’s era demand for regenerated fibres is increasing day by day is gaining high potential and demand everywhere. Regenerated fibres include viscose rayon, bemberg, tensel, lyosel etc that are developed from natural resources like wood, bamboo etc which are rich with cellulose. They posses many novel properties and thus are widely used today. However these fibres face several problems/challenges during their wet processing operations such as poor wet strength, susceptibility towards various chemicals, barriness in dyeing, poor resistance to bacterial attack, ring formation etc. In order to overcome such problems, we in this research project are aimed to modify and implement new processing methodologies with respect to process control parameters and application of nanotechnology & biotechnology etc.
Tag: Textile Processing,Regenerated Fibres.

Synthesis And Aplication Of Photo And Thermo Cromic Dyes

Taken by :  Josi Pratik Vijaybhai, Dabhi Prince Arvindbhai, Patil Pragnesh kishorbhai
Guide By: Prof.A.J.Vaidya
College :  SCET, Surat         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Arvind Mill Ltd., Naroda, Ahmedabad
IDP/UDP Field: Dyeing and Fashion
Abstract: Photochromic dyes are a very important and relatively novel class of dyes. The usual, though not exclusive, behaviour of these dyes is to show a reversible colour change from colourless to coloured when exposed to UV light. Among the photochromic dye classes, spirooxazines and naphthopyrans were selected for investigation. An attempt was made to construct molecules with a permanent chromophore (azo) in spirooxazines as well as naphthopyrans separately, with a view to providing a colour change from one colour to another. Three different isomers of dihydroxynaphthalene were used as one group of starting materials for the synthesis of spirooxazines with the introduction of the azo (hydrazone) chromophore by coupling. Other starting materials used were anthraquinones, naphthoquinones and pyrazolones. A range of molecular modelling techniques (molecular mechanics, MM2 and quantum mechanics, AM1) using the CAChe system, were applied to predict optimized geometrical conformations and energies of the ring-closed form and ringopened merocyanine forms of all the dyes. PPP-MO calculations were also carried out to predict the potential colour of the dyes. The dyes were characterized using DSC, FTIR, NMR, UV-Visible spectroscopy and elemental analysis. The photochromic properties of one of the azospirooxazines was subjected to a detailed study under different experimental conditions, and showed a unique slow colour change from orange to grey.
Tag: Dyeing ,Fashion,Synthesis

Application Of Gelatine And Its Derivatives In Textile Processing

Taken by :  Ahir Jayant Mangalbhai, Dumaswala Krushabh Hitesh, Rohit Shailesh Parsottambhai
Guide By: Prof. A. V. Halbe
College :  SCET Surat         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Sai Jyoti Fashion
IDP/UDP Field: Textile Processing Finishing
Abstract: The project is basically focuses on the probable applications of gelatine and its derivatives or otherwise its blend with few polymers to impart typical properties to the textiles- woven and non wovens to form composites. The properties of gelatin and other polymers will be used to get some useful properties like the required degree of protection and biodegradability. The work hence involves the study of properties of gelatin and other polymers, preparation of copolymers of gelatin, study of properties of these copolymers, application on to woven and nonwoven, evaluation of composites for various properties etc.
Tag: Textile ,Processing Finishing

Studies On Influence Of Feed Material Parameters On Qualities And Properties

Taken by :  pranita gupta, iyer hemant kumar, varsha jain
Guide By: DR. P. A. KHATWANI
College :  SARVJANIK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, SURAT         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: TEXTILE RESEARCH & APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
IDP/UDP Field:
Abstract: ABSTRACT Selection of raw material:-We have selected basically viscose rayon fibre having three fibre types Viscose, Modal, Excel the basic difference in their properties are in tenacity, elongation, luster, wet-dry tenacity ratio and our aim is to get the advantage of each and every parameter of these fibre properties. All these varieties of fibre have been used initially in producing single layer fabrics of various counts such as 10’s, 30’s, and 60’s, these fabrics are then to be tested for all the major properties of the fabric like drape, tearing strength, stiffness, tensile properties and others. Our aim of this project work is to develop or produce multilayer fabric using the same three varieties of viscose fibres, the main advantage of multilayer fabric is to go for direct application in different segments of textile. In multilayer fabric we are going to produce some basic type of fabrics such as Hollow, Solid and some others. The multilayer fabric to be produced will be tested again for different properties like tenacity, drape, tearing strength, stiffness and others. We are also going to test the multilayer fabric for different properties after changing the type of yarn per layer during the project work. we will produce the fabric either with viscose at the top, modal in the middle and excel at the bottom or modal at the top, viscose in the middle and excel at the bottom and others. Finally our goal is identify the best possible combination of yarn and varieties of multilayer fabric having most favorable results both physically as well as aesthetically.

Optimization Of Resources In Marble Mines

Taken by :  PATEL JIGAR KIRITBHAI
Guide By: Rajesh Arora
College :  GEC, Palanpur         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Green Marble Pvt. ltd
IDP/UDP Field: Opencast mines
Abstract: During the visit of Marble mines in AMBAJI Area, it has been observed that resources use in marble mining are not properly utilised,

Safe Operating Procedure In Working Of Lignite Mines

Taken by :  KARKAR HARDIK PARSHOTTAMBHAI
Guide By: Rajesh Arora
College :  GEC, Palanpur         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: GMDC
IDP/UDP Field: Opencast mines
Abstract: Safty in working condition encourages for more productivity and self confidence among the workers

Inundation Problem In Mine

Taken by :  PATEL ASHISH SURESHBHAI
Guide By: Rajesh Arora
College :  GEC, Palanpur         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: GMDC
IDP/UDP Field: Opencast mines
Abstract: The occurrence of lignite in Gujarat has opened new avenue for industrial development. Lignite is known to occur since long in the Laki shale of Eocene age in the Kutch district. The population of the Panandhro, Gujarat, India, is heavily dependent on groundwater. The present study summarizes the quantity estimations through water level fluctuation method of the groundwater resources found mainly in sedimentary rock aquifers.

Study Of Slope Stability In Lignite Mines

Taken by :  MAMTA SURESHPAL JASWAL
Guide By: Rajesh Arora
College :  GEC, Palanpur         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: GMDC
IDP/UDP Field: Opencast mines
Abstract: During the vocational training a criticle problem of slope failures has been noticed at Lignite project at Panandhro mine of GMDC

Studies On Influence Of Materials And Fabric Structure On Water Repellency Of Fabric.

Taken by :   Savant Krunal Ashokbhai, Master Mohit Hiteshkumar, Ahuja Nishchal Krishankumar
Guide By: Dr.(prof.) P.A.Khatwani
College :  Sarvajanik College Of Engineering & Technology         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: no
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: Water Repellency of fabric is considered to be the most important property having very wide application area in the field of technical textiles also, main main application of water repellent fabrics are found in some of the garments of the technical textiles like Build tech, Indu tech, and some application of Home tech also. There are basically 3 types of repellencies namely Oil repellency, water repellency and Soil repellency. 1. Oil repellency- It is tested by placing drop of soil on fabric and observing whether the drop penetrates or it resides on top. 2. Soil repellency- Water repellency is a property of soils that reduces their affinity for water and therefore reduces their infiltration capacity, having a major impact on hydrological and geomorphological processes and on growth and survival of plants. 3. Water repellency- In this, many static and dynamic tests are used to measure repellency. Generally water repellent fabrics are those which resist being wetted by water, water drops will roll over the fabric. The resistance to water will depends on nature of fibre, porosity of fabric and dynamic pores behind the impacting water spray. Attempts have been made in our project work to check the influence of various parameters on water repellency of different varies of fabric.

Quality Control In Weaving Preperatory

Taken by :   Vadhaiya Rahulkumar Kantibhai, Malvi Narendrakumar Bhanvarlal, Barot Samirkumar Dinakarbhai, Pandav Chetan Ramnikbhai
Guide By: MR.PANKAJ BHAVSAR
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: ARVIND MILL,NARODA
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: To arrange a convenient number of warp yarns of related length so that they can be collect on a single warp beam as a continuous sheet of yarns which can be used for sizing or next process.

Redusing Defects In Rotor Spn Yarn And Solution Them

Taken by :   Bhagat Devdeep Vijaykumar, Satasiya Chandaniben Mansukhbhai, Jain Kajal Kamalkumar, Patel Zalak Rajeshkumar, Dhobi Kinjal Shaileshbhai
Guide By: MR.DEVESH SHAH, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENTOF SPINNING
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: ARVIND MILL,NARODA
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: Defects and remedies of rotor spun yarn-major defects rotor is moire,neps thick and thin places,bad piecing. ? In order to limit the negative impact of these deposits, the rotor groove must be cleaned at certain intervals. ? This can involve automatically interrupting the spinning process after a preset period of time, whereupon the spinning robot approaches the spinning position and cleans the rotor. However, this preventive cleaning means that each cleaning process entails an interruption of the spinning process and these results in principle in an additional join in the yarn due to the subsequent piecing process.

Time Study & Manufacturing Process In Garmenting

Taken by :   Kapuria Ashish Satyanarayan, Roy Sonam Ghanshyam, Pareek Ojasvi Naresh, Dudani Kalpesh Keshulal, Dudani Chetankumar Jagdishchandra
Guide By: Rakesh Shrisvastav
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Ashima Group Texcellence, Ahmedabad
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: The purpose is to know how many seconds are required to finish one piece in each operation. Divide work into elements and measure the time required for these elements with a stopwatch. To improve working efficiency, if a task is neither establish nor standardized yet, conduct time study to see if the operator is going about his/her job, In other words, if the operator used excess motions when picking up or placing material or tool(scissors, prick, punches, or irons). If additional attachment or pattern gauges are used, or if the machinery or facilities can be more rationalized. Then establish the standard operations.

Quality Inspection & Defects In Apparel

Taken by :   Patel Poojaben Jayantilal, Vishvakarma Sonal Satishchandra, Preeti Sharma, Akash Ashok Moondra
Guide By: Mr. Rajesh Sahu
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Ashima Group Texcellence
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: This project involves various defects which are found during the quality check of garment at various stages. The aim of any manufacturer is to produce right quality first time. So in order to achieve this target, the alteration rate should be minimum in any organization. Project aims that understanding various quality attributes in garment manufacturing process and the range in which all the process are controlled. The major outcome for this project is:- 1)To highlight various quality check point in process flow 2)To improve the quality of product 3)To reduce the production cost 4)To enhance consumer satisfaction 5)To let process flow smoothly

To Study About Warp Yarn Breakages And Waste Management On Tha Airjet Loom

Taken by :   Jain Aayushi Jitendrapagaria, Kalathiya Ravikumar Jaysukhbhai, Sethi Jay Kishorkumar, Patel Axay Vinodbhai, Bangali Alimohammad Ahemadhusen
Guide By: Amit Patel/Bipin Munjariya
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Ashima Ltd.
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: This project is about different type of warp breakages in loom. The present study is conducted with observe type of warp breakages, reason of warp Breakages, Effects of Warp Breakages and Waste Management. We observed different yarn fault like fluff, knot, thin and thick place etc. and different types of waste like dummy selvedge and extra ends. Finally the aim is reduce warp breakage and improve the quality of fabric & reduce the manufacturing cost of the fabric.

Quality Control In Weaving

Taken by :   Panchal Pravin Khengarbhai
Guide By: pankaj bhavsar
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: arvind textile mills , naroda
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: Today a quality of a fabric is very difficult in a industry due some careless of workers and Maintenance of machine. For that purpose, Arvind limited .mission is ?to achieve zero weaving defects with continuous improvement in process control parameter?. To get a good quality of fabric we have to improve the quality of the yarn in the preparatory department of weaving and remove impurities also take care of defects. We motivate by this trouble and forced to think about the solution &so as a result we got an idea to improve a quality of yarn in weaving preparatory process to solve this problem we are finding defects in the process and take care of machine repairing and maintenance and improve the quality of yarn in the weaving preparatory processes.

Analysis Of Fabric Defects In Shirting Fabric

Taken by :   Khokhar Chiragkumar Rameshbhai, Karan Jain, Pathan Mohammadashraf Ahesanullakhan, Siddique Asif Zubair, Saklecha Shalin Surendra
Guide By: Bhavin Lakhani
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Asarwa Mills Ltd.
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: The purpose of analysis of defects in shirting is to know the occurring defects in the shirting fabrics.To maintain the quality of the fabric and maintain the efficiency of the looms. In this report we study the types of defects which occurs in the fabric and their causes and finds out the remedies of the defects.

Effect Of Weaving Preperatory On Fabric Quality

Taken by :   Patel Nikunj Manojbhai, Suthar Vanditkumar Dineshbhai, Sharma Chirag Jayantibhai, Patel Viralkumar Dineshkumar, Ranchi Kamleshbhai Bhikhabhai
Guide By: pannalal biswas
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: arvind mills ltd.
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: this project represents the effect of preperatory on fabric quality

Analysis Of Defects In Denim Fabric

Taken by :   Khunt Shitalben Trikambhai, Patel Tanvikumari Dharmeshbhai, Mangukiya Rinkal Prafulbhai, Virani Chandrikaben Fulabhai, Parmar Rakesh Bhailalbhai
Guide By: DEEPAK PANDYA
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: ARVIND LTD.
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: The project is on ?ANALYSIS OF THE DEFECT IN DENIM FABRIC?. Denim is easily the most versatile fabric on the planet, and the most popular all over the world. The aim of this project is study of denim fabric defects and effects of its on fabric quality. How to control this all defects at loom state. How to increase one is better in terms of quality, production and how to decrease production cost.

Identifying And Solving Problems To Increase Efficiency In Weaving Department By Reducing End Breaks

Taken by :   Varia Shreya Deepakkumar, Bhatt Deepika Rajendrakumar, Kuril Satishbhai Shyamlal, Prajapati Tejaskumar Prakashbhai
Guide By: J. C. Shah
College :  L. D. College Of Engineering, Ahmedabad         Branch:  Textile Technology
Industry Name: Asarwa Mills
IDP/UDP Field: BE
Abstract: Efficiency is important factor in production of fabrics. But the production and efficiency are to be decreased due to end breakages, which are arising at different stages of weaving sections and production stops for several times. So mainly if we reduce more and more end breakages then we can get higher production and increases efficiency, profit and save the time. So we will observe the whole process of weaving section and find out the causes of end breakages. Then we study this problem of end breakages and try to reduce end breakages mainly in winding, warping, sizing and loom shed departments. Our main aim is to reduce the end breakages by inspecting the whole process in weaving department & try to solve these problems.

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