Volume 4, Issue 6, November 2019, Page: 64-70
Effects of Jute Fibres Percentage Variation on Cotton-Jute Blended Fabric: Evaluation of Blended Fabrics After Dyeing Process
Md. Solaiman, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Khairul Islam, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sanoar Hossain, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Moshiur Rahman, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Mahfuz Alam, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ataur Rahman, Department of Fabric Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Abul Kasem Mohammed Fazlul Haque, Department of Yarn Manufacturing Engineering, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali, University of Textiles, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Received: Sep. 16, 2019;       Accepted: Oct. 15, 2019;       Published: Dec. 18, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijimse.20190406.12      View  450      Downloads  128
Abstract
In this study, two fabrics were collected from jute research institute, Bangladesh consisting of 80% Jute & 20% cotton yarn; 50% Jute and 50% Cotton yarn by weight, to make comparison between the samples. The tearing strength (TS), drape coefficient, Pilling resistance, Color fastness to wash & rubbing, water take up% and Color strength were investigated. From analyzed data, it was found that tearing strength in warp and weft way direction is higher for 80% jute and 20% cotton blended fabric. From results it was seen that in warp direction, tearing strength for 80% and 20% cotton blended fabric is 4% higher than 50% jute and 50% cotton blended woven fabric but in weft direction 356% higher for 80% jute and 20% cotton blended woven fabric. Color fastness to rubbing is comparatively better for 50% jute and 50% cotton blended sample. Wash fastness property is almost same for both blended samples. But jute prominence sample carried poor wash fastness property on blended cotton and polyamide in compare equally blended sample. Moderate pills are formed on 50% cotton and 50% jute blended fabric and slight surface fuzzing and/ or partially formed pills on 80% jute and 20% cotton blended sample. Drape resistance property is better for jute prominence blended fabric. Color strength is almost same for both samples.
Keywords
Cotton, Jute, Woven Fabric, K/s Value, Reactive Dye
To cite this article
Md. Solaiman, Khairul Islam, Sanoar Hossain, Moshiur Rahman, Mahfuz Alam, Ataur Rahman, Abul Kasem Mohammed Fazlul Haque, Effects of Jute Fibres Percentage Variation on Cotton-Jute Blended Fabric: Evaluation of Blended Fabrics After Dyeing Process, International Journal of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering. Special Issue: Manufacturing Strategy for Competitiveness. Vol. 4, No. 6, 2019, pp. 64-70. doi: 10.11648/j.ijimse.20190406.12
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