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Process Management in Spinning

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A Straightforward Text Summarizing All Aspects of Process Control Textile manufacturing is one of the largest industries in the world, second only to agriculture. Spinning covers a prominent segment in textile manufacturing, and this budding industry continues to thrive and grow. Process Management in Spinning considers aspect of process management, and offers insight into the process control procedures and methods of spinning. Focusing on the technology as well as the management of the process, it examines both the economic and technological advancements currently taking place in the spinning industry. This text takes a close look at the advancing technology in manufacturing and process, and product quality control. It provides a basic overview of the subject, and also presents applications of this technology for practicing engineers. Incorporates Industry-Based, Real-World Examples The book contains 15 chapters that specifically address the stages of process control, energy management methods, humidification and ventilation systems basics, pollution management, process management tools, productivity, waste control, material handling, and other aspects of spinning mills. It also includes real-time case studies involving typical problems that arise in spinning processes and strategies used to contain them. The author provides a broad outlook on various topics including mixing, winding, raw material and optimizing raw material properties, bale management, yarn engineering systems, processing, and process management systems. He also details the defects associated with each and every process with causes, effects, and control measures. The book addresses process management as it relates to productivity, quality, and costs, as well as process control as it relates to man, machine, and material. Provides the scientific method for optimization/optimizing the properties of the fibers Familiarizes the reader with remedial measures to enhance the quality of the product Addresses productivity measurement and its role in controlling the cost of the manufacturing process Contains detailed examples, as well as linear programming and optimization techniques, and statistical applications Covers the areas of process control methods in spinning, defect analysis and rectification, improving productivity and quality, and using statistical tools Process Management in Spinning establishes the various process management measures required to help improve the process efficiency in spinning mills and the textile industry overall. Aimed at professionals in the textile industry, this text is a perfect resource for textile engineers/technologists/manufacturers, spin quality control engineers, spin quality assurance personnel, and other industry professionals.

Process Management in Spinning

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A Straightforward Text Summarizing All Aspects of Process Control Textile manufacturing is one of the largest industries in the world, second only to agriculture. Spinning covers a prominent segment in textile manufacturing, and this budding industry continues to thrive and grow. Process Management in Spinning considers aspect of process management, and offers insight into the process control procedures and methods of spinning. Focusing on the technology as well as the management of the process, it examines both the economic and technological advancements currently taking place in the spinning industry. This text takes a close look at the advancing technology in manufacturing and process, and product quality control. It provides a basic overview of the subject, and also presents applications of this technology for practicing engineers. Incorporates Industry-Based, Real-World Examples The book contains 15 chapters that specifically address the stages of process control, energy management methods, humidification and ventilation systems basics, pollution management, process management tools, productivity, waste control, material handling, and other aspects of spinning mills. It also includes real-time case studies involving typical problems that arise in spinning processes and strategies used to contain them. The author provides a broad outlook on various topics including mixing, winding, raw material and optimizing raw material properties, bale management, yarn engineering systems, processing, and process management systems. He also details the defects associated with each and every process with causes, effects, and control measures. The book addresses process management as it relates to productivity, quality, and costs, as well as process control as it relates to man, machine, and material. Provides the scientific method for optimization/optimizing the properties of the fibers Familiarizes the reader with remedial measures to enhance the quality of the product Addresses productivity measurement and its role in controlling the cost of the manufacturing process Contains detailed examples, as well as linear programming and optimization techniques, and statistical applications Covers the areas of process control methods in spinning, defect analysis and rectification, improving productivity and quality, and using statistical tools Process Management in Spinning establishes the various process management measures required to help improve the process efficiency in spinning mills and the textile industry overall. Aimed at professionals in the textile industry, this text is a perfect resource for textile engineers/technologists/manufacturers, spin quality control engineers, spin quality assurance personnel, and other industry professionals.

Process Control and Yarn Quality in Spinning

Author : G. Thilagavathi
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The book outlines the concepts of raw material selection, control of various process parameters in the preparatory processes like blow room, carding, combing preparatory and comber to optimize the process conditions, and analysis and interpretation of various types of test reports to find out the source of fault.

Process Control in Textile Manufacturing

Author : Abhijit Majumdar
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Complex raw materials and manufacturing processes mean the textile industry is particularly dependent on good process control to produce high and consistent product quality. Monitoring and controlling process variables during the textile manufacturing process also minimises waste, costs and environmental impact. Process control in textile manufacturing provides an important overview of the fundamentals and applications of process control methods. Part one introduces key issues associated with process control and principles of control systems in textile manufacturing. Testing and statistical quality control are also discussed before part two goes on to consider control in fibre production and yarn manufacture. Chapters review process and quality control in natural and synthetic textile fibre cultivation, blowroom, carding, drawing and combing. Process control in ring and rotor spinning and maintenance of yarn spinning machines are also discussed. Finally part three explores process control in the manufacture of knitted, woven, nonwoven textiles and colouration and finishing, with a final discussion of process control in apparel manufacturing. With its distinguished editors and international team of expert contributors, Process control in textile manufacturing is an essential guide for textile engineers and manufacturers involved in the processing of textiles, as well as academic researchers in this field. Provides an important overview of the fundamentals and applications of process control methods Discusses key issues associated with process control and principles of control systems in textile manufacturing, before addressing testing and statistical quality control Explores process control in the manufacture of knitted, woven, nonwoven textiles and colouration and finishing, with a discussion on process control in apparel manufacturing

A Practical Guide to Quality Management in Spinning

Author : B. Purushothama
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This book provides an introduction to quality management in spinning operations. Chapters discuss the impact of yarn parameters on spinning and the causes of quality and other problems related to spinning. Provides an introduction to quality management and an overview of product quality objectives Discusses the impact of yarn parameters from a customer's perspective, reasons for poor quality, and various fine aspects and problems related to spinning Examines the causes of yarn defects featuring process control studies and the role of technicians in quality management

The Economics Science and Technology of Yarn Production

Author : Peter Reeves Lord
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Apercu Des Moyens de Formation Pour Le D veloppment Industriel

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Analog Automatic Controller for Optimum Management of the Process of Spinning 6 nylon Yarn

Author : V. I. Grubov
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Textile Technology Digest

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Bale Management in Short Staple Spinning

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The main technological challenge in any textile process is to convert the high variability in the characteristics of input fibres to a uniform end product. This critical task is mainly achieved in the mixing process, provided three basic requirements are met such as accurate information about fibre properties, capable blending machinery, and consistent input fibre profiles.

Indian Journal of Fibre Textile Research

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Textile Asia

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Indian National Bibliography

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The Indian Textile Journal

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Textile Trends

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Chemical Engineering Progress

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TEXINCON

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Power and Process Control Systems

Author : Michael J. G. Poloyni
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Draws on both control theory and case histories to show engineers how to troubleshoot, fine tune, and enhance the operation of power and process plants. Among the topics are process instrumentation, distributed control systems, power frequency control, and software. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Rotor Spinning Process

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Rotor Spinning: Principle of working, machine components, production and quality aspects, economics, process management, comparison of rotor and ring spun yarns, recent developments, warping of rotor yarns, sizing of rotor yarns, etc.

Value Driven Business Process Management The Value Switch for Lasting Competitive Advantage

Author : Peter Franz
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Value-Driven Business Process Management gives business leaders in any industry the rationale and methods for using BPM to gain clarity on how their business operates and develop the ability to put new ideas into action quickly. Readers learn how to redirect their focus from a "method-and-tool" view of BPM to a more broadly informed view of BPM as a management approach and put it to practical use to initiate action within their organization.