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  • Cotton - 470 Words
     Cotton Fibers Name: Maya Abou Ajram Subject: Design Material 2 Year: Fall 2014-2015 Introduction Cotton is a soft staple fiber that grown in a form known as a boll around the seeds of the cotton plant, a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions. Cotton fibers are mainly made up of cellulose. Under natural conditions, the cotton bolls will tend to increase the dispersion of the seeds. The cotton fibers are attached to the seeds inside the boll of the plant. There are usually six or...
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  • Cotton Mill and History Cotton
    Cotton and how it has shaped the course of history Cotton is a plant that has been used by humans for many years. Thanks to researchers and scientists, we now know that use of cotton dates back to at least seven thousand years according to the shreds of cloth found and written references to cotton. The oldest discovery of cotton was made in a Mexican caves. Cotton was first referred to in a Hindu book called the Rig-Veda. Therefore, it is believed that cotton was first used in India but...
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  • King Cotton - 1055 Words
    "Cotton is King" The South's predominant economic principle before the War of Northern Aggression was "Cotton is King." The South, as it was known around the turn of the 19th century, was solely dependent upon its cotton production. Low prices, unmarketable goods, and over-used land were driving the necessity for slavery and the need for cotton production out. Were it not for a Yankee's ingenuity, the South as we study it now may have been vastly different. As the South lacked the...
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  • Cotton Industry - 908 Words
    Cotton Industry Through the beginning of evolution of humans one of the most common utilities used were cotton for clothing and other things. As trading became popular through Asia and machines were invented the owners would usually use many workers and get a low wage out of their work just as in Japan and India. The cotton industries throughout Japan and India became a great success in the period 1880s to the 1930s. A similarity of these countries was that they both recruited laborers who...
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  • All Cotton Essays

  • Cotton Gin - 470 Words
    Cotton Gin In the late 1700’s many people were trying to figure out a way to remove the seeds from cotton because it was very time consuming and “labor was a slow [and] expensive process” (Shectman 65). In the 1740’s the people of India had created a machine called the churka (a sankrit word for a jerking motion) that separated the cotton seeds from the clean fiber. “The cotton was fed through the dual rollers, which grabbed the fiber tightly and pinched free the seeds. The seeds were...
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  • Cotton Plant - 3833 Words
    INTEGRATED TERM PROJECT COTTON CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION.. .. .. .. .. .. .. … … … … … … … … … … … 1-3 Origin History  COTTON-CULTIVATION… … … … … … … … …. … … ……4-6   Hardiness...
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  • cotton gin - 505 Words
    Eli Whitney, a twenty-eight-year-old unemployed recent graduate of Yale University, journeyed to the South to become a tutor on a plantation. He soon became obsessed with the bottleneck in cotton production on his employer’s Georgia plantation. In 1793, the fledgling mechanic soon found a solution to the problem of cleaning cotton and the separation of the seed from the fiber. After a few months, he wrote the now-famous letter to his father in which he described his discovery: “I involuntarily...
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  • Dbq Cotton - 858 Words
    One of the similarities between Japan and India’s mechanization of the cotton industry from the 1880s to the 1930s is the production of cotton and yarn went up with the use of machines. One difference is more men worked in India than Japan. The first topic for discussion will be about how the workers in Indian and Japanese textile factories are different, (Docs: 4, 7, 8, and 10). The second grouping will discuss hand vs. machine (Docs: 1, 2, and 6.) The last topic for discussion will be about...
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  • Cotton Report - 13535 Words
    Cotton Industry Vision 2029 Final Report March 2010 Emergent Futures Pty Ltd Level 27, 101 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000 Ph: 61 (0) 3 9018 7917 Fax: 61 (0) 3 9012 3580 www.emergentfutures.com Key Contact: Sandy Teagle Mobile 0408 002 909 sandy@emergentfutures.com Emergent Futures – Cotton Industry Vision 2029, Final Report 1 Contents 1. E xecutive...
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  • Cotton Fabric - 1001 Words
    Cotton Farming * Cotton is grown all over the world but the biggest cotton-growing nations are China, India, the United States, Brazil and Pakistan. After the flowers of the cotton plant have blossomed they fall off and a round green seed pod called a cotton boll remains. The cotton boll ripens in the sun and its cellulose fibers expand until they ripen and burst out of the boll. At this point the cotton plant is ready to be harvested. Cotton Harvesting * Although cotton used to be...
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  • Cotton Industry - 502 Words
    Mechanization of the cotton industry in Japan and India There are some definite similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry of India and Japan starting from 1880s to 1930s. The documents show how the peasant workers wages are low in both Japan and India but the men in India were predominant to women in Japan and an increase production of using machine manufactures verses handloom weavers in both Japan and India. Firstly, in both Japan and India's...
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  • Cotton Export - 26999 Words
    COTTON EXPORT REPORT cotton spinning mill in 11 sub-Saharan African countries Feasibility study for a cotton spinning mill in 11 sub-Saharan African countries A study undertaken by Gherzi on behalf of UNIDO UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION Vienna, 2011 The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal...
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  • Cotton Gin - 255 Words
    Alec Baliatico Mr. Trzepinska United States History 25 February 2013 The Cotton Gin The Cotton Gin was one of the great inventions of all time. It was the start to the Industrial Revolution and the many other impeccable inventions soon to come. It allows cotton fibers to easily be separated from their thorns. This allowed for much faster production of usable cotton than manual labor. The Cotton Gin was one of the first machines ever built that single handedly replaced the jobs of human...
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  • Panipat Cotton - 605 Words
    Panipat textile exporters cheer cotton price slump Asit Manohar, ET Bureau Jan 25, 2013, 03.31PM IST PANIPAT: The slump in cotton price from Rs 4,800 per quintal last season to around Rs 4,000 this season has become a blessing in disguise for Panipat-based home textile exporters. It is helping them to contain their input cost by around 5 to 6 per cent. Home-grown textile companies have increased their trade volumes and are passing this margin to consumers in Latin America, Middle East and...
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  • introduction to cotton - 13160 Words
    1. INTRODUCTION Textile have much as important bearing on daily lives that everyone needs from earliest times, people have used textiles of various types for covering, warmth. Personal adornment and even to display personal wealth. Today textiles are still used for these purposes and everyone is an ultimate consumer. It begins in agriculture with fibre production of cotton, flax and other fibrous plants. These fibres are process into yarns and fabrics. The yarns are made into fabrics for...
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  • Picking Cotton - 460 Words
    When a traumatic event happens, a multitude of people are affected. In Picking Cotton: Our Memoir of Injustice and Redemption written by Jennifer Thompson-Cannino and Ronald Cotton, the story of Thompson’s rape and Cotton’s conviction is unraveled through the perspective of both authors. The emotions that both Thompson and Cotton endure in the aftermath of the rape are shown with the alternation of speaker. With the change in speaker in each part of the book, the read gets to see the most...
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  • Bt Cotton - 600 Words
    Coming Fast – Prosperity & Happiness!!! Are these Real Estate areas coming up here? This is the question anybody who passes the roads of these small villages of Siruvachhur, Sirkanpur, Nathakadu & Illupaikudi in the Perambalur district of Tamil Nadu. People see a change from old, about to fall houses to proper, independent houses where the people staying are mostly farmers. And people will think like this because of the large scale pest attack on the cotton crops about 5 years ago which...
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  • Cotton (Natural Polymer) - 436 Words
    COTTON Cotton is a soft fiber that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant . The fiber is most of the time spun into thread and used to make a soft but strong textile. Cotton is a valuable crop because only about 10% of the raw weight is lost in processing. Once natural wax, protein, and other unnecessary things are removed, what’s left is a natural polymer of pure cellulose. Cellulose is the structural component of the cell walls of green plants, many forms of algae and the oomycetes....
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  • Research on Cotton Industry - 19806 Words
    1|Page Student Name : Batch & Section: Student ID: Company name: Title of the report: Rahul Dugar PGPEx 2012-13 PGX 120 Qingdao Alright Trading Company Leveraging competitive advantage through business restructuring, increased accessibility and locating avenues for expansion through joint ventures, associations and long term supply arrangements. Area of Research: Internship Period: Under Supervision: 29th October, 2012 to 21st December, 2012 Prof. Sanjeev Kakoty (IIM Shillong) Prof. He...
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  • Effects of the Cotton Gin - 1088 Words
    Effects of the Cotton Gin ! ! ! Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin around 1763. At the time he invented the engine Whitney lived with Catherine Greene, a widowed plantation owner. While staying with Greene, Whitney learned a lot about the production of cotton. He learned it was a tedious, time consuming and labor intensive job. Whitney was a graduate of Yale and was talented in the field of mechanics and inventive engineering. Eli’s solution was simple, an engine that separated...
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  • Spinning: Cotton and Machine - 8071 Words
    [pic] Report On INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP Course Code: TEX 404 Duration: 12th June-12th August 2010 Akij Tixtile Mills Ltd. Charkhanda, Golora, Manikgonj. [pic] Supervising Teacher: Ismat Zerin Lecturer, BSTE Department Prepared By- Md. Nafij Hasnain :ID# 06313174 Date of Submission: 25th Septamber 2010 Department of Textile Engineering City University Banani, Dhaka-1213 Acknowledgement With great respect, we pay our heartiest gratitude to our honorable...
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  • Japan Cotton Cloth Production
    DBQ The cotton and cloth production in Japan has greatly increased. Japan is hiring more and more workers preferably females workers. The women don’t get paid the first year, says the older sister of Aki (Document 3). Most of the entire factory workers were farmers; they went to work in the factories to make more money for their families’ (Document 5). “For the last few decades there has been a rapid decline of hand woven cloth”, (Document 6) this just shows you that machines are taking...
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  • Cotton Gin and Railroad System
     There have been many changes in Georgia; some were good others were bad. They affected Georgia in many ways and I will talk about two of the changes. The two changes that I will talk about are the Cotton Gin of 1794 and The Railroads System in Georgia. The first invention by Eli Whitney while in Georgia in 1793 is a simple machine that separates cotton fibers from the seeds. The modern mechanical cotton gin was invented in the United States in 1793. The gin has wire teeth mounted on a boxed...
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  • cotton industry during the 1800s
    The cotton industry grew increasingly popular during the 1880s and continued its growth all the way to the 1930s. Two of its major producers were India and Japan, and although they both worked in the production of cotton, they had various differences. They used the same employees but their production rates were not the same. The living conditions in which the people worked also seemed to have been better in India than Japan. And the percentage of female laborers was much higher in Japan....
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  • History of Cotton in India - 584 Words
    India has been well known for her textile goods since very ancient times. The traditional textile industry of India was virtually decayed during the colonial regime. However, the modern textile industry took birth in India in the early nineteenth century .The first cotton mill in India was started in 1818.Yet, even the British rulers of India could not neglect Indian cotton. For "practically till the end of the eighteenth century, no source of supply of cotton other than India was known to the...
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  • Cotton: The World's Dirtiest Crop
    ------------------------------------------------- Cotton – The World’s Dirtiest Crop? By Gary Beyer - April 11th 2010 Take a short drive through any rural area of Pinal County and it’s easy to see that cotton is one of the most widely grown crops in the area. Arizona's hot, dry climate is ideal for growing plentiful, white cotton, and Pinal County has the highest number of production acres in the state; in fact it is one of the most highly-producing cotton production areas in the US....
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  • The Benefits of the Cotton Gin - 626 Words
    The Benefits of the Cotton Gin The cotton gin was invented in 1793 by Eli Whitney to clean cotton fibers from the seeds (cotton gin). It was an invention created to reduce work and make cotton production quicker (Cotton Gin). It caused great reduction in the time it took to clean cotton. The cotton gin could drastically reduce the time it took to clean the cotton fibers. “…the cotton gin was a machine that could clean the seeds from 50 pounds of cotton in one day, whereas previously a...
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  • Cotton Textile Industries in India
    INTRODUCTION The Textile Industry occupies a vital place in the Indian economy and contributes substantially to its exports earnings. Textiles exports represent nearly 30 per cent of the country's total exports. It has a high weight age of over 20 per cent in the National production. It provides direct employment to over 15 million persons in the mill, powerloom and handloom sectors. India is the world’s second largest producer of textiles after China. It is the world’s third largest producer...
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  • Cotton Industry of Pakistan - 828 Words
    COTTON FACT SHEET PAKISTAN Pakistan has the 26th largest economy in the world with a GDP of USD504.3 billion and a GDP per capita of USD 2,600. It has a population of approximately 176.2 million people (2008 estimates). OVERVIEW Pakistan is the 4th largest cotton producer and consumer (preceded by China (Mainland), India and the USA). The cotton industry is an integral aspect of the economy. This is also true of the textile sector on which the economy is heavily dependent. As such cotton is a...
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  • Cotton Research Paper - 1110 Words
    Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt Ralph Lauren polo shirts have been in production since the 1970s. I am writing about polo shirts because I own many of them in different colors so I am interested in how they are made. Polos are composed of 100% cotton. I like to wear these shirts mainly because they are comfortable and look good, but also because they are easy to maintain. Cotton is machine washable and can also be dried in a standard dryer, even though they may shrink if over-dried. Cotton is...
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  • Cotton Textile Industry in India
    Introduction The textile industry in India occupies a unique position in our economy contributing to nearly a third of the country's export earnings. This industry includes manufacturers, suppliers, wholesalers and exporters of Cotton Textiles, Handloom, and Woolen Textiles etc. From the production of textile machinery and equipment, dyes and raw materials to the delivery of finished textiles, fabrics and garments, the textile industry in India has the vast potential for creation of...
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  • Life as a Cotton Bud - 1476 Words
    s a Cotton BudCotton Bud Story Once upon a time, in a land not that far away, a little cotton seed named Bud was on his way to be planted in a large field. He was in a big noisy machine full of lots of other little seeds. It was moving and some of the seeds at the bottom of the pile were falling out the bottom. Then, suddenly, there was a big bang and smoke filled the dark chamber of the machine. The machine started to pick up speed. What started at a very, very slow pace, soon became a...
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  • Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin
    Eli Whitney's invention of the cotton gin revolutionized the cotton industry in the United States. Prior to his invention, farming cotton required hundreds of man-hours to separate the cottonseed from the raw cotton fibers. Working by hand, a slave was only able to clean about a pound of cotton a day. Simple seed-removing devices had been around for centuries, however, Eli Whitney's invention automated and industrialized the seed separation process. A single slave using this machine could...
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  • Cotton and Knitted Fabrics Amritsar
    Top ResultsDistanceUser RatingsBest DealHarbans & Co.Be First to Rate 631 - 632,Guru Vihar, Rahon Road, LUDHIANA - 141007 (Also serves AMRITSAR) | View Map Call: +(91)-(161)-2630518, +(91)-9464840097 | Win iPad2 Also See : Knitted Cotton Fabric Manufacturers, Fabric Manufacturers, Knitted Fabric Manufacturers, Track Suit Manufacturers SMS / EmailBest DealEdit thisSagar Knitters1 rating|Rate this Railway Crossing No. 22, Islamabad, Amritsar H O, Amritsar - 143001 | View Map...
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  • cotton textile industry - 756 Words
    The textile industry or apparel industry is primarily concerned with the production of yarn, and cloth and the subsequent design or manufacture of clothing and their distribution. The raw material may be natural, or synthetic using products of the chemical industry. Cotton is the world's most important natural fibre. In the year 2007, the global yield was 25 million tons from 35 million hectares cultivated in more than 50 countries.[1] There are five stages[2] Cultivating and Harvesting...
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  • Invention in society- cotton gin
    Maggie Friedman Professor Sullivan TSEM 102 Section 058 22 September 2014 Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin in the late 1800’s. Its original purpose was to help people separate cotton fibers from their seeds. This process was necessary in order to use the cotton in its proper way. This invention came at a time when slavery was starting to slowly become less crucial to the nation’s economy and freeing slaves was gaining momentum. The cotton gin soiled all plans of reducing slavery by...
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  • Transgenic Bt Cotton - 9372 Words
    5 june 2011, Transgenic Bt Cotton CICR TECHNICAL BULLETIN NO: 22 TRANSGENIC Bt COTTON Dr CD Mayee Dr P Singh Dr AB Dongre Dr MRK Rao Dr Sheo Raj Central Institute for Cotton Research Nagpur Downloaded from www.cicr.org.in Technical Bulletin from CICR (www.cicr.org.in) 1 Transgenic Bt Cotton TRANSGENIC Bt COTTON 1. Introduction Cotton is one of the major fibre crops of global significance. It is cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions of more than eighty...
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  • cotton industry during the industrial revolution
    The Industrial Revolution was the period from1760 to 1850. This period transformed human life by changing methods of manufacturing, the way people made a living, and the products available to them. According to Weber, (1991) the Industrial Revolution took place in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It was made up of four sets of changes: first, the introduction of new technology; second, the use of new mineral sources of energy; third, a concentration of workers in factories; and...
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  • The Invention of the Barbed Wire in Comparison to the Invention of the Cotton Gin.
    After the invention of the cotton gin, the surrender of raw cotton doubled each decade after 1800. Demand for cotton was fueled by other inventions of the Industrial Revolution, such as the machines to spin and weave it and the steamboat to transport it. At mid century the South provided three-fifths of America's exports, most of it in cotton. The cotton gin gave birth to the American mass-production concept and brought the South prosperity, but still contributed to the growth of slavery. While...
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  • Mechantization of the Cotton Industry in Japan and India Dbq
    DBQ Mechanization of the Cotton Industry in Japan and India During the period between the 1880’s and 1930’s both Japan and India showed great increases in the use of machines to produce cotton and yarn products. While demand for these products increased, demand for workers also increased. Both countries recruited these laborers in similar fashions. Major differences between Japan and India during this time period were gender differences in workers and their working conditions. Documents 1,...
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  • Dbq Mechanization of India and Japans Cotton Industry
    Trevor Olds DBQ During the period of time from the 1880s to the 1930s, Japan and India both were beginning to mechanize their cotton industries. Both of these countries had similar recruitment techniques, but differed when it came to who the workers were and where they came from, and the working conditions they had in the mill. Documents 1, 2, and 6 all show the increased usage of machines in Japanese and Indian cotton factories. The chart in Document 1 that details the production of cotton...
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  • Dbq Essay - Mechanization of Cotton Indutries in Japan & India Revision
    DBQ Essay – Mechanization of Cotton Industries In Japan and India, the mechanization of the Cotton Industries between 1880 and 1930 had many similarities and differences. From their workers, to the increase in production over the years, to the way the conditions of the factory were and how women were treated in the factories. As for the workers from both Japan and India, they were treated fairly different. They worked twelve to fourteen hours days with no breaks pushing a...
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  • Effects of Time on Dyeing of Different Cotton Fabrics with Reactive Dye
     Sumon Mazumder Assistant Professor, Department of Textile Engineering Daffodil International University Shirajum Monira ID: 091-23-1405 Md.Rashedul Haque ID: 091-23-1413 M.K.Hasan ID: 091-23-1441 Level-4, Term-3 Department of Textile Engineering Daffodil International University Contents Topics Page Chapter: - 01 1.0 Aim of the...
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  • Case Study 3 - States and Industrial Support: Cotton Candy for Texas Farmers
    Case Study 3 - States and Industrial support: Cotton Candy for Texas Farmers Student Name: Learning Institution: a) Reason why the US cotton industry has remained successful for so long The US cotton industry receives government support mainly in the form of subsidies that protect them from adversities such as price instabilities. Cotton farmers are also assisted by the US government to purchase modern equipment (Sitkin & Bowen, 2010). This leads...
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  • Agricultural Inventions: compound bow, riding saddle, and the cotton gin
    Agricultural Invention: compound bow, riding saddle, and the cotton gin Agriculture has many things to do with inventions. Now you might think that inventions only consist of science and technology. Even though this is true, science and technology are involved in agriculture too, but the invention themselves is related to agriculture by its purpose or how it is used and by whom. For example, the compound bow. It is used for hunting and to bring...
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  • Fibre to Fabric - 375 Words
    CLASS-VI FIBRE TO FABRIC 1. Match the following statements: (a) Polyester (i) Strongest fibre (b) Nylon (ii) high moisture absorption (c) Wool (iii) Can not tolerate hot iron (d) Cotton (iv) Longest natural fibre (e) Silk (v) Poor heat conduction 2. State whether the following statement are true or false: (i) Fibre is the basic unit of all fabrics. (ii) Filament are short fibres. (iii) Jute is the outer covering of coconut. (iv) Silk is prepared...
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  • The Prospects of Organic Textile Market
    Topic: The prospects of organic textile market in Hong Kong. Introduction: The organic apparel market is growing every year as consumers, who appetites have been whetted with organic foods, are seeking to expand their organic lifestyle to include apparel. The research is going to evaluate the prospects of organic textile market in Hong Kong. Objectives:  To more understand the attitude and beliefs of Hong Kong people on wearing more green and their expectation on organic textile....
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  • Travels of a T-shirt in the Global Economy
    Patrick Rodriguez The Preface of the book begins with organized student protest at Georgetown University, where the author Pietra Rivoli, is a professor of finance and international business. University students take turns speaking at the microphone explaining how the Big Corporations, Globalization, The World Trade Organization (WTO) and the international Monetary Fund (IMF) are exploiting workers all around the world. One female speaker especially caught the attention of Rivoli by...
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  • Various Chemists and How They Impacted Modern Chemistry
    Andrew Jugovic Chemistry Block 1 11 April 2013 Within the 1790s, one of the most notable world events was the French Revolution. United States citizens were influenced by the revolution and some took sides. As a result, George Washington passed the Neutrality Proclamation to keep the United States neutral in foreign disputes. Also in the 1790s, the Bill of Rights was ratified and the Treaty of San Lorenzo was signed, which marked the final exit of Spain from the North American...
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  • Internship Report at Welspun India Ltd.
    Textile Internship at Welspun India Ltd. Anjar TEXTILE INTERNSHIP REPORT NIDHI SINHA (ROLL NO.06 ) PRERNA AGARWAL (ROLL NO.07 ) RAKESH KR. GOEL (ROLL NO.10) SANCHARI DUTTA (ROLL NO. 13) RITTIKA DEBNATH (ROLL NO. 20) B.F.TECHNOLOGY, SEMESTER 6 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, KOLKATA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to express our immense gratitude and sincere appreciation to Welspun India Limited, Anjar for giving us an opportunity to pursue our textile internship at your...
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  • Basic Q - 1100 Words
    BASIC QUESTIONS Raw Cotton: 1. What is your idea about cotton? What are the different types of cotton? 2. Draw a diagram by which you can explain process production & marketing of raw cotton. 3. What are the different countries where raw cotton is produced? Draw a table in where you can explain country wise percentage of raw cotton in the world. 4. What are the steps to import raw cotton from other countries? Explain with diagram & documentations produced in bank. 5. Explain...
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  • Summer Training Report on Market Potential of Comber Noil in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh
    Summer Training Report on Market Potential of Comber Noil in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh Prepared For: Vardhman Textiles Limited ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A project is a combination of efforts, ideas, views and suggestions of several people. This project report gives me the opportunity to thank those who have contributed to my learning, knowledge and experience during the implementation of this project. I am thankful to Mr. I.J. Dhuria,...
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  • The Search for Sustainable Fibre/Fabric Alternatives
    THE SEARCH FOR SUSTAINABLE FIBRE/FABRIC ALTERNATIVES TEXTILE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & ENGINEERING (MANU 2091) Abstract: An attempt to find two alternatives for cotton and nylon respectively that is sustainable within the scope of the chosen apparel BY PRIYA PISHU HASSARAM S3351376 LECTURER: CHRIS WATSON 05TH SEPTEMBER 2012 MINOR ASSESSMENT REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper delves in to the performance characteristics of fibres within chosen apparel and the sustainable replacements...
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  • ReadingPracticeTest2 - 3388 Words
    PRACTICE TEST 02 Questions 1-10 By far the most important United States export product in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was cotton, favored by the European textile industry over flax or wool because it was easy to process and soft to tile touch. Mechanization of spinning Line and weaving allowed significant centralization and expansion in the textile industry during (5) this period, and at the same time the demand for cotton increased dramatically. American...
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  • Textile - 683 Words
    TEXTILE PRODUCT RANGE 1. Acetate is a combination natural and synthetic fibre. The natural element is from the cellulose of wood. 2. Acrylic fibres are man-made and incorporate by-products from petroleum and natural gas. 3. Bark cloth is a very old fabric type that was traditionally made and used in parts of Africa, Asia and the Pacific. It comes from the bark of particular trees native to these regions, whereby strips soaked and then beaten into sheets. Bark cloth was used as a...
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  • arvind mill - 4569 Words
    PROJECT ON “ARVIND MILL (THE PRODUCT MIX AND ITS STRATEGY)” Master of Commerce Semester-I (2013-2014) Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements For the award of degree of M.Com-I By Suraj Shridhar Tripathi Seat No: _______ Tolani College of Commerce Sher-e-Punjab society, Andheri (East), Mumbai-400 093 PROJECT ON “ARVIND MILL (THE PRODUCT MIX AND ITS STRATEGY)” Master of Commerce Semester-I (2013-2014) Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements...
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  • Project Report on Labour Welfare
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I take this opportunity to acknowledge my indebtedness to all those who helped to complete this summer project work successfully. I express my sincere and special thanks to Thiru. P. VENKATACHALAM, Chairman and Thiru. K.C. KARUPANAN, Secretary, Shree Venkateshwara Hi-Tech Engineering College and Dr. P.THANGAVEL ,ME.,MBA.,PhD., Principal, for giving me an opportunity to use facilities in the college premises to complete the summer project. I wish to express my sincere...
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  • Scrum for Drop Box - 1630 Words
    |Procuring in a vertical integration International Project : The case of Esquel Group in Xinjiang, China | |Procurement & Contract Management Team Project | | | |...
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  • Eli Whitney - 1063 Words
    Engineer Eli Whitney died 35 years before the Civil War, but his most famous invention, the cotton gin, set the economic stage for war. Whitney's gin made cotton production far more efficient, fueling the need for more Southern slaves and enriching powerful planters. Another Whitney invention--muskets with interchangeable components--inaugurated manufacturing systems for producing uniform parts, without which the U.S. economy might never have produced enough weapons to fight such a lengthy war....
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  • Ammonia Treatment in Textile Processing
     “Ammonia Treatment in Textile Processing” Before Studding “Ammonia Treatment” we have to know about the Pretreatments in textile processing…. Why we do Pre-Treatments? Pretreatment is the heart of processing of textile. Grey cloth after weaving is quite unattractive and contains numerous natural as well as added impurities which hinder the successful carrying out of subsequent step like dyeing, printing and finishing. What are Pre-Treatments? In...
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  • Eli Whitney - 342 Words
     In 1794, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. Cotton gin is a machine that speeds up the process of removing seeds from cotton. In the mid 19th century, cotton had become America’s leading export. The cotton gin had made Eli little money due to the patent. It also had a justification for southerners to expand slavery even though Americans supported its abolition. Eli Whitney was born on December 8, 1765, in Wesborough, Mssachusetts. Just like Eli, his father was a farmer and a talented...
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  • Scholary Diolouge - 701 Words
    The History of Slavery Africans who were immigrants to the British people had no choice in their destiny or not a certain destination. The first African Americans that arrived in Jamestown in 1619 on a trading ship weren’t slaves but they weren’t freed people either. There were 20 Africans who were traded to the English as much needed workers to make tobacco, the new cash crop for Virginia. Tabaco needed labor workers. The sales of Africans to Virginia planters were thought to be very...
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  • Textile Industry - 468 Words
    Textile Industry TEXTILE INDUSTRY The textile industry is one of the most important sectors of Pakistan. It contributes significantly to the country's GDP, exports as well as employment. It is, in fact, the backbone of the Pakistani economy. Establishment I want to do this! What's This? [pic]Pakistan is the fourth largest cotton producer in the world. Because of its plentiful, indigenous cotton supply, the textile industry is central to the Pakistani economy and is...
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