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Advances in carpet manufacture / edited by K. K Goswami

By: Goswami, K KContributor(s): Goswami,K. K [Contributor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2009Description: 1 online resource (335 p.)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781845693336Other title: Woodhead Publishing Series in TextilesSubject(s): Mechanical Engineering | Engineering & Applied Sciences | Industrial & Management EngineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 677.643
Contents:
Cover; Advances in carpet manufacture; Copyright; Contents; Contributor contact details; Woodhead Publishing in Textiles; 1 Carpet types and requirements; 1.1 The role of textiles in floor coverings; 1.2 Types of textile used as floor coverings; 1.3 Methods of carpet construction; 1.4 Future trends; 1.5 Sources of further information and advice; 2 Structure and properties of carpet fibres and yarns; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Structure and properties of carpet fibres; 2.3 Carpet yarn manufacturing; 2.4 Carpet yarn engineering; 2.5 Yarn finishing; 2.6 Carpet yarn testing and quality control
2.7 Future trends2.8 Sources of further information and advice; 2.9 References; 3 Advances in carpet weaving; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Face-to-face carpet weaving; 3.3 Axminster weaving; 3.4 Wire Wilton and loop pile weaving; 3.5 Automation in carpet-weaving mills; 3.6 Management of carpet-weaving factory; 3.7 Conclusions; 4 Developments in wool carpet manufacture; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Wool supply and early stage processing; 4.3 Processing routes for wool; 4.4 Technologies for wool carpet yarns; 4.5 Manufacturing techniques for wool carpets; 4.6 Technologies for tufting wool carpets
4.7 Wool carpet performance4.8 Selecting the most appropriate wool carpet; 4.9 Future trends; 4.10 Sources of further information and advice; 4.11 References; 5 Developments in textile sports surfaces; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Key requirements of sports surfaces; 5.3 Types of textiles used in relation to the sports surfaces; 5.4 Role of textiles in meeting performance requirements; 5.5 Sliding and temperature, related to the used textiles; 5.6 Future trends; 5.7 Applications and examples of artificial turf fields; 5.8 Acknowledgements; 5.9 References
6 Developments in handmade carpets: introduction6.1 Introduction; 6.2 The history of handmade carpets; 6.3 Modern handmade carpet production; 6.4 Carpet production in India; 6.5 Carpet production in Iran; 6.6 Carpet production in China; 6.7 Carpet production in Pakistan; 6.8 Carpet production in Nepal; 6.9 Carpet production in Turkey; 6.10 Carpet production in Europe; 6.11 The international trade in carpets; 6.12 Terminology in carpet production; 6.13 The role of handmade carpets inmodern carpet production; 6.14 Choosing and maintaining a handmade carpet; 6.15 Acknowledgements
6.16 ReferencesAppendix: terminology relating to handmade carpets; 7 Developments in handmade carpets: design and manufacture; 7.1 Introduction: key issues in design; 7.2 Traditional carpet designs; 7.3 Key stages in design; 7.4 Carpet materials; 7.5 Sheep wool; 7.6 Silk; 7.7 Cotton; 7.8 Other natural fibres; 7.9 Synthetic fibres; 7.10 Backing materials; 7.11 Manufacturing techniques; 7.12 Key terms in manufacturing; 7.13 Weaving of handmade carpets; 7.14 Carpet knots; 7.15 Dyeing; 7.16 Dyeing of wool; 7.17 Chemical processing and dyeing of silk; 7.18 Natural colours for wool and silk carpets
7.19 Eco-friendly and organic carpet manufacture
Summary: Carpets have been made throughout the world for hundreds of years. The manufacture of carpets has evolved over time and continues to improve in all areas. This book provides an overview of the developments and innovations within this area, whilst covering the many different types of carpet that are manufactured.Advances in carpet manufacture begins by covering the different types and requirements of carpets, along with the structure and properties of the carpet fibres and yarns that are used. The remainder of the book is dedicated to the developments that have occurred in the manufactu
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Cover; Advances in carpet manufacture; Copyright; Contents; Contributor contact details; Woodhead Publishing in Textiles; 1 Carpet types and requirements; 1.1 The role of textiles in floor coverings; 1.2 Types of textile used as floor coverings; 1.3 Methods of carpet construction; 1.4 Future trends; 1.5 Sources of further information and advice; 2 Structure and properties of carpet fibres and yarns; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Structure and properties of carpet fibres; 2.3 Carpet yarn manufacturing; 2.4 Carpet yarn engineering; 2.5 Yarn finishing; 2.6 Carpet yarn testing and quality control

2.7 Future trends2.8 Sources of further information and advice; 2.9 References; 3 Advances in carpet weaving; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Face-to-face carpet weaving; 3.3 Axminster weaving; 3.4 Wire Wilton and loop pile weaving; 3.5 Automation in carpet-weaving mills; 3.6 Management of carpet-weaving factory; 3.7 Conclusions; 4 Developments in wool carpet manufacture; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Wool supply and early stage processing; 4.3 Processing routes for wool; 4.4 Technologies for wool carpet yarns; 4.5 Manufacturing techniques for wool carpets; 4.6 Technologies for tufting wool carpets

4.7 Wool carpet performance4.8 Selecting the most appropriate wool carpet; 4.9 Future trends; 4.10 Sources of further information and advice; 4.11 References; 5 Developments in textile sports surfaces; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Key requirements of sports surfaces; 5.3 Types of textiles used in relation to the sports surfaces; 5.4 Role of textiles in meeting performance requirements; 5.5 Sliding and temperature, related to the used textiles; 5.6 Future trends; 5.7 Applications and examples of artificial turf fields; 5.8 Acknowledgements; 5.9 References

6 Developments in handmade carpets: introduction6.1 Introduction; 6.2 The history of handmade carpets; 6.3 Modern handmade carpet production; 6.4 Carpet production in India; 6.5 Carpet production in Iran; 6.6 Carpet production in China; 6.7 Carpet production in Pakistan; 6.8 Carpet production in Nepal; 6.9 Carpet production in Turkey; 6.10 Carpet production in Europe; 6.11 The international trade in carpets; 6.12 Terminology in carpet production; 6.13 The role of handmade carpets inmodern carpet production; 6.14 Choosing and maintaining a handmade carpet; 6.15 Acknowledgements

6.16 ReferencesAppendix: terminology relating to handmade carpets; 7 Developments in handmade carpets: design and manufacture; 7.1 Introduction: key issues in design; 7.2 Traditional carpet designs; 7.3 Key stages in design; 7.4 Carpet materials; 7.5 Sheep wool; 7.6 Silk; 7.7 Cotton; 7.8 Other natural fibres; 7.9 Synthetic fibres; 7.10 Backing materials; 7.11 Manufacturing techniques; 7.12 Key terms in manufacturing; 7.13 Weaving of handmade carpets; 7.14 Carpet knots; 7.15 Dyeing; 7.16 Dyeing of wool; 7.17 Chemical processing and dyeing of silk; 7.18 Natural colours for wool and silk carpets

7.19 Eco-friendly and organic carpet manufacture

Carpets have been made throughout the world for hundreds of years. The manufacture of carpets has evolved over time and continues to improve in all areas. This book provides an overview of the developments and innovations within this area, whilst covering the many different types of carpet that are manufactured.Advances in carpet manufacture begins by covering the different types and requirements of carpets, along with the structure and properties of the carpet fibres and yarns that are used. The remainder of the book is dedicated to the developments that have occurred in the manufactu

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