Civil technologies[ edit ] The following is a list of some important medieval technologies.
Wikimedia Commons Woven Fabric Crepe fabrics are without prominent weave effects but have a crinkled or pebble surface. It is a plain woven fabric made of very high twist yarns, either in one direction or both warp and weft hence, giving the pebble effect.
It may be manufactured in the range of light to medium weight. The fabric has silk-like texture and drapes well. It is used for making dresses, blouses, linings, scarves and in home furnishings too. Because of its versatility, a crewel fabric is widely used for the manufacturing of curtains, light upholstery, bed-heads, cushions and bed covers and so on.
Due to its longevity, exquisiteness and with its aesthetic appeal, crewel fabric has been ruling the international market. The availability of crewel fabric in subtle lustrous color and rich texture makes it one of the most demanding items. A crewel fabric possesses the capability to complement various types of body tones.
Damask Fabric Woven Fabric Damask is a heavyweight, rough woven fabric often used for upholstery, curtains, and cushions.
The fabric often uses floral patterns or reversible figures. In denim fabric, the weft passes under two or more than two warp fibers that produce the common diagonal ribbing which is identifiable on the back of the fabric.
The diagonal ribbing separates the existence of denim fabric from cotton duck. The denim fabric is generally colored with indigo dye to create blue jeans though jeans denoted a distinct lighter cotton textile. Denim fabric is used on a large scale all over the world economies. Its vivid texture and ability to provide extreme comfort makes it one of demanding fashion entities all over.
With blissful shopping experience, people are moving toward more purchasing new innovative designs of denim fabric.
Dimity Fabric Woven Fabric Dimity — the sheer plain weave fabric is characterized by vertical ribs or cord stripes at regular intervals. The fabric is often used for summer dresses, blouses, aprons, curtains, bedspreads, scarves, wedding apparel, and baby clothes.
Drill Fabric Woven Fabric The drill is a type of twill woven fabrics made out of Cotton fibers, generally termed as Khakhi, used for uniforms, workwear, sailcloth, upholstery, tents, etc.
The process involves the use of two pairs of needles set at an angle to each other. Fibers that the generally used to make double knits are polyester and wool. Double knits are weft knitted fabrics made with two sets of needle beds.
The fabric structure is more stable and compact. The fabrics do not curl at the edges and do not ravel.
They may be made with interesting designs and textures. One or two yarns are used to knit one course in the fabric. Duck or Canvas Fabric Woven Fabric Canvas fabrics are generally made of Cotton, Linen, or synthetic in heavyweights with an even firm weave. Generally used for tents, motor hoods, belting, packagings, sneakers, painting canvases, tents, sandbags, Duck fabrics are rough fabrics.
A number of Canvas fabrics are commercially available made with various fiber sources such as Cotton, Linen, Hemp, and colors blends. Felt Fabric Specialty Fabric Natural fibers such as wool are pressed and condensed together with heat and pressure to make a sheet of fabrics are called Felt Fabrics.
Felt fabrics are non-woven fabrics. Fiberglass Fabric Specialty Fabric Fiberglass is a material that generally consists of extremely fine glass fibers and often used in manufacturing different products like fabric, yarns, insulators and structural objects.From the roller printing technology of the fifties through screen-printing to today's state-of-the-art inkjet printing technology by using digital CAD system have evolved in stages of developments.
In digital inkjet printing, print heads containing banks of fine nozzles, fire fine droplets of individual coloured inks on to pre-treated fabrics. International Journal of Power System Operation and Energy Management ISSN (PRINT): – , Volume-2, Issue-1,2 45 ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY.
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