GATE (TF) Textile 2003 Question Paper Solution | GATE/2003/TF/77

In a plain knitted fabric, stitch density is proportional to the inverse of the square of stitch length with a proportionality constant of 21.6. A fabric with 0.39 cm stitch length has been made from 30 tex cotton yarn

Question 77 (Textile Engineering & Fibre Science)

Tightness factor of the fabric will be

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Option C is correct.

Proportionality constant=21.6

Stitch length(l)=0.39 cm

Cotton yarn count=30 tex

Tightness factor of the fabric(T.F)=?

T.F=\frac{\sqrt tex}{l}



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