3rd Sem, Silk

Textile Fibres Silk 3rd Sem Syllabus for VTU BE 2017 Scheme

Textile Fibres detail syllabus for Slik Technology (Silk), 2017 scheme is taken from VTU official website and presented for VTU students. The course code (17TX32), and for exam duration, Teaching Hr/week, Practical Hr/week, Total Marks, internal marks, theory marks, duration and credits do visit complete sem subjects post given below.

For all other silk 3rd sem syllabus for be 2017 scheme vtu you can visit Silk 3rd Sem syllabus for BE 2017 Scheme VTU Subjects. The detail syllabus for textile fibres is as follows.

Course Objectives:

The course will enable students to:

  1. Recall, Recognize & Analyze the basic textile fibres.
  2. Recall, Recognize & Analyze, plan basics of textile fibre and are introduced with different types of natural and manmade (regenerated) fibres. Origin, History, properties and various aspects of textile fibres are taught in this subject.

Module 1:

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Module 2:

Protein fibres: – Introduction to natural protein fibres. Study of life cycle of Silk worm. Extraction of silk fibre, properties of silk fibre, Special features of silk fibre, Different verities of silk yarns and brief introduction to wild silk, Wool – origin, different types of wool, grading of wool, properties of wool fibres

Module 3:

Bast fibres – Introduction, Types of bast fibres, Method of extraction of bast fibres, Physical & Chemical properties of major bast fibres like Jute, Ramie flax fibres. Introduction to coir, hemp and banana fibres. Flow chart for the conversion of cotton, silk and Wool fibres to yarn and fabric.

Module 4:

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Module 5:

Regenerated fibres – types of regenerated fibres, Chemistry and production of regular Viscose rayon, Di-acetate, Tri acetate, Cuprammonium and Eco-friendly rayon fibres. Studies on modification of viscose rayon. Studies on regenerated Bamboo fibres. India’s position in natural and manufactured fibres in global scenario.

Course Outcomes:

On completion of this course, Students will be able to:

  1. Recall & Recognize about fundamentals concepts of textiles products and textile industry.
  2. Recognize & Analyze, Apply, the problems associated with the fibres while working in textile industry

Graduate Attributes (as per NBA):

  • Engineering Knowledge
  • Problem Analysis
  • Design/development of solutions (partly)
  • Interpretation of data

Scheme of Examination-Question paper pattern

  • Two full questions (with a maximum of four sub questions) of TWENTY marks each to be set from each module.
  • Each question should cover all contents of the respective module.
  • Students have to answer five full questions choosing one full question from each module

Text Books:

  1. Hand book of Textile fibre, Cook J. Vol.1 & II, Marrow Wat Ford, England.
  2. Textile fibres, Shenai V.A., Sevak Bombay, 1960.
  3. Manufactured fibre technology, Gupta V.B, Kothari V.K., Chapman Hall, London, 1997.
  4. Introduction to Textile fibres, Srinivasa Murthy H.V, T.A.I., Mumbai
  5. Handbook of natural fibres. Vol.- I R.M.Kozlowski Wood-Head. London- 4012.

Reference Books:

  1. Manmade fibre science and Technology, Mark Atlas, Vol.I& II, Wiley, NT 1967.
  2. Fundamentals of fibre formation, Ziabicki A. Wiley NY 1976.
  3. Formation of synthetic fibres, Walczalk.K. Gordon & Sci. London 1977.
  4. High speed fibre spinning, Ziabicki A. Wiley NY., 1985.
  5. Manmade fibres, Moncrief R.W. John Wiley and sons, N.Y. 1966.

For detail syllabus of all other subjects of BE Silk, 2017 scheme do visit Silk 3rd Sem syllabus for 2017 scheme.

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