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List of ASTM Test Standards for Textiles

Different types of test standards are followed to measure the physical, chemical and mechanical properties of textile materials … Read more

Principles of Tensile Testing

Principles of Tensile Testing:  There are three ways to carry out the tensile test: 1 . Constant rate of extension (CR… Read more

Tensile loading | Elastic and Plastic deformation.

Elastic and plastic behaviour during tensile loading: when the material is subjected to the tensile force, initially material s… Read more

Transmission Electron Microscope | TEM

Working Principles: A transmission electron microscope fires a beam of electrons through a specimen to produce a magnified im… Read more

Scanning Electron Microscope | SEM

Working Principles: Produces images of a sample by scanning the surface with a focused beam of electrons. Electrons from the b… Read more

X-RAY Powder Diffractometer | XRD

Working Principles: X-rays are collimated and directed onto the sample. As the sample and detector are rotated, the intensit… Read more

Textile testing | Crease resistance & recovery | Measuring crease recovery

To evaluate how something works under certain established methods or  test standards .  Textile testing  is to check its proper… Read more

Fourier Transmission Infra-Red | FTIR

Fourier Transform-Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) is an analytical technique used to identify organic (and in some cases inorgani… Read more

RAMAN Spectroscope

Raman spectroscope is one of the popular characterisation tools for textile testing especially textile materials characterisat… Read more

What are the Test Standards?

Textile testing is done to ensure a certain level of quality and to do so different types of pieces of equipment, principles o… Read more

What is sampling? | Why sampling? | Types of sample

The true representative of the bulk or population is termed as a sample and the process of selecting a sample is called the sam… Read more

What is Zoning Sampling Technique?

Zoning technique: When bulk is not homogeneous, a number of sub-samples must be taken at random from different places in the bu… Read more

What is Textile Testing?

To evaluate how something works under certain established methods or test standards . Textile testing is to check its properti… Read more

Standard Testing Atmosphere | Related Terms.

Moisture equilibrium: It is the condition reached by a material when it no longer takes up moisture from or gives up moisture … Read more

Fibre Moisture Measurement | Importance

The moisture content of cotton makes significant changes in the physical properties of cotton and hence moisture content has t… Read more

What is moisture content and moisture regain?

Moisture Regain: Moisture regain is defined as the amount of water (or moisture) expressed as the percentage of oven-dry weigh… Read more

The Standard Atmosphere for Textile Testing

Laboratory conditions for testing fibres, yarns and fabrics in which air temperature and relative humidity are mainta… Read more

How to cut sample from knit and woven fabric?

Fabric samples from warp and weft are taken separately as their properties vary substantially along warp and weft. Identify a… Read more

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