Textile Technology

An Introduction

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Textile Technology
Textile Technology is a unique and readable introduction into the field of textile engineering. It is based on an elementary level course focusing on the manufacture (processes and machines) of yarn, fabric, knitwear, nonwovens, braids, reinforcing fabrics, and technical textiles, but also provides technicians and engineers in the textile industry with an up-to-date review of processes and equipment for textile manufacturing.
The book covers all processing steps for the manufacturing of textiles, describing materials, processes and machines, finishing, making-up, and recycling. To provide a better understanding of the individual textile processes, each chapter ends with an example describing the respective processing steps for a specific textile product. In addition, current and future development trends are discussed.

The second edition is brought up to date with extensive coverage of new developments, such as in the fields of testing, measurement, and simulation.

Contents
• Raw materials
• Yarn production
• Fabric production
• Knitwear production
• Nonwovens production
• Braiding processes and machines
• Noncrimp fabrics
• Textile finishing
• Clothing manufacture
• Technical textiles
• Textile testing
• Disposal and recycling
• Simulation
Textile Technology
Textile Technology is a unique and readable introduction into the field of textile engineering. It is based on an elementary level course focusing on the manufacture (processes and machines) of yarn, fabric, knitwear, nonwovens, braids, reinforcing fabrics, and technical textiles, but also provides technicians and engineers in the textile industry with an up-to-date review of processes and equipment for textile manufacturing.
The book covers all processing steps for the manufacturing of textiles, describing materials, processes and machines, finishing, making-up, and recycling. To provide a better understanding of the individual textile processes, each chapter ends with an example describing the respective processing steps for a specific textile product. In addition, current and future development trends are discussed.

The second edition is brought up to date with extensive coverage of new developments, such as in the fields of testing, measurement, and simulation.

Contents
• Raw materials
• Yarn production
• Fabric production
• Knitwear production
• Nonwovens production
• Braiding processes and machines
• Noncrimp fabrics
• Textile finishing
• Clothing manufacture
• Technical textiles
• Textile testing
• Disposal and recycling
• Simulation
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Prof. Thomas Gries studied at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and holds a degree in mechanical engineering and economics. After obtaining his doctorate in mechanical engineering, he worked from 1995 to 2001 at Lurgi Zimmer AG, Frankfurt am Main, in the Technologies for Fibers and Textiles department in a managerial capacity. Since 2001 he has been director of the Institute of Textile Technology (ITA) at RWTH Aachen University.
Dr.-Ing. Dieter Veit ist Akademischer Direktor und stellvertretender Institutsleiter am Lehrstuhl für Textilmaschinenbau und Institut für Textiltechnik an der RWTH Aachen.

Prof. Thomas Gries studied at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and holds a degree in mechanical engineering and economics. After obtaining his doctorate in mechanical engineering, he worked from 1995 to 2001 at Lurgi Zimmer AG, Frankfurt am Main, in the Technologies for Fibers and Textiles department in a managerial capacity. Since 2001 he has been director of the Institute of Textile Technology (ITA) at RWTH Aachen University.
Dr.-Ing. Dieter Veit ist Akademischer Direktor und stellvertretender Institutsleiter am Lehrstuhl für Textilmaschinenbau und Institut für Textiltechnik an der RWTH Aachen.

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