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Old March 11th, 2016, 07:26 PM
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Default Re: NIT Jalandhar Textile Engineering

As you have asked about the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Jalandhar syllabus of B.Tech textile Engineering/ Technology, I am giving you information about it
Natural Fibres

Fibres and polymers:

Introduction of fibres, Introduction of polymers, Requirements for fibre forming polymers, Essential and desirable properties of textile fibres, Essential properties of fibre forming polymers, Classification of textile fibres.

Micro structure:

Difference between conventional and polymeric material, Features of polymer structures, e.g. regularity and irregularity, molecular weight and size, Configuration and conformation in polymers. Effect of molecular arrangement and molecular weight on properties of polymers/fibres. Determination of molecular weight, Introduction to various methods of molecular weight determination, i.e., end group analysis, osmometry, GPC and viscosity method. Orientation and crystallinity in fibres, Effect of orientation and crystallinity on the physical and chemical properties of fibres. Concept of thermoplastic and thermo set material, Concept of rubbery state and rubber elasticity. Transition from glassy to rubbery state, Melting of polymers.

Natural fibres:
Natural cellulosic and lignocellulosic fibres, i.e. cotton, jute, flax, micro and macro structure of fibres. Effect of oxidizing agent, reducing agent, acid, alkali and water on the structure, physical and chemical properties of fibres, Assessment of degradation in fiber structure, Properties and uses of cotton, jute and flax, Correlation of structures with properties. Natural protein fibres, i.e. wool and silk, Micro and macro structure of fibres. Effect of oxidizing agent, reducing agent, acid, alkali and water on the structure, physical and chemical properties of fibres, Assessment of degradation in fibre structure, Properties and uses of wool and silk, Correlation of structures with properties, Introduction to ramie, hemp, coir and pineapple fibre,

Polymerisation:

Introduction to polymerisation methods and kinetics of condensation and addition polymerization

here i am giving link of NIT Jalandhar Textile Engineering Syllabus
nitj.ac.in/tt/B%20Tech%20syllabus%20%283-8%20Semester%29.pdf
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