Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research

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VOLUME  36

NUMBER 1

MARCH 2011

CODEN: IJFRET

 

ISSN: 0971-0426 (Print); 0975-1025 (Online)

 

CONTENTS

 

Characterization of field grown cotton fibres using whole powder pattern fitting method

A R Niranjana, S Divakara & R Somashekar

 

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Properties of ring-spun yarns made from cotton and regenerated bamboo fibres

Abhijit Majumdar, Samrat Mukhopadhyay, Ravindra Yadav & Achintya Kumar Mondal

 

18

Studies on improved Gossypium arboreum cotton: Part I Fibre quality parameters

Matish Chandra & S Sreenivasan

 

24

Electroless nickel plated composite textile materials for electromagnet compatibility

R Perumalraj & B S Dasaradan

 

35

Effect of atmospheric pressure air plasma treatment on desizing and wettability of cotton fabrics

N V Bhat, R N Bharati , A V Gore & A J Patil

 

42

Comfort behaviour of woven bamboo-cotton ring and MJS yarn fabrics

G K Tyagi, S Bhattacharya & G Kherdekar

 

47

Study on bursting behavior of spunbonded nonwoven fabrics: Part II Change in fabric characteristics due to repeated bursting cycle

A Das & R J Raghav

 

53

Improvement in dyeability of wool fabric by microwave treatment

Zhao Xue & He Jin-xin

 

58

Dyeing of jute fabric with tesu extract: Part 1 Effects of different mordants and dyeing process variables

Ashis Kumar Samanta, Adwaita Konar, Sarmistha Chakraborti & Siddhartha Datta

 

63

Estimation of fabric color by camera based neuro- fuzzy technique

A Shams-Nateri

 

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Non-conventional scouring of cotton fibres of different species

Meena Sharma & R P Nachane

 

81

Dyeability of cationised cotton and nylon 6 fabrics using acid dyes

M M El-Molla, N A Badawy, A Y AbdEl-Aal, A A El-Bayaa & H M G El-Shaimaa

 

88

Short Communications

 

 

An energy efficient re-reeling process for silk reeling industry to reduce deforestation

Vijaykumar P Kathari, B G Patil & Subrata Das

 

96

Capillary rise in woven fabrics by electrical principle

V Ramesh Babu, C V Koushik, C B Lakshmikantha & V Subramaniam

 

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