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Friday, 22 June 2007

Syllabus for A.G.T.I (First Year)
 No. Course No. Course Title Lecture Note Q&A

 1

 MA 01011   Myanmar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 _ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12    

 2

 E  01011 English 1 2 3 4  1 2 3 4 5

 3

 EM 01011 Engineering Mathematics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

 4

 EPh 01011 Engineering Physics 1 2 1 2 3 4

 5

 ECh 01011 Engineering Chemistry 1  3  4  5 1 2

 6

 ME 01011 Mechanical Engineering  Drawing         1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2

 7

 ME 01012 Workshop Technology 1 2 3 1 2

 8

 ME 01034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamental 1 2 3 4  1 2

 9

 ME 01015 Engineering Mechanics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5

 10

 EP 01013 Principle of Electrical Engineering 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1

 11

 TE 01012 Introduction to Spinning Technology 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
 MA 01011 MYANMAR
  See under " Department of Myanmar"
 E  01011 ENGLISH
  See under "Department of English"
 EM 01011 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS  
  See under "Department of Engineering Mathematics"
 EPh 01011 ENGINEERING PHYSICS
  See under " Department of Engineering Physics"
 ECh 01011 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
  See under " Department of Engineering Chemistry"
 ME 01011 MECHANICAL  ENGINEERING DRAWING
  See Under " Department of Mechanical Engineering".
 ME 01012 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY
  See under " Department of  Mechanical Engineering".
 ME 01034 MECHANICALENGINEERING  FUNDAMENTALS 
  See under " Department of Mechanical Engineering"
 ME 01015 ENGINEERING MECHANICS 
  See under " Department of Mechanical Engineering".
 EP 01013 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  See under "Department of Electrical Power Engineering."
 TE 01012 INTRODUCTION TO SPINNING TECHNOLOGY
 

 Necessity of yarns for clothing. Essential aspects of yarn production. The needs of spinning technology. Nature of the raw material -cotton. Quality of cotton and shases in cotton mixing. Solutions to the undesirable cotton conditions. Types of opening and cleaning. Blending feeder and its essential parts. Vertical opener and its essential parts. Buckley opener and its essential parts. Opening lines and quality of opening. Objects of  picking. Path of cotton through the picker. Picker calculations. Judging the quality of picking. Objects of carding. Path of cotton through the card. Driving mechanisms. Judging the quality of carding. Formation of a card sliver. Objects of Drawing. How the cotton is treated in the drawing frame.

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Syllabus for A.G.T.I (Second Year)
 No. Course No. Course Title Lecture Note Que&Ans

 1

 E 02011 English 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5

 2

 EM 02011 Engineering Mathematics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  14 

 3

 ME 02021 Engineering Drawing and Design 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3

 4

 ME 02031 Design of Machine Elements 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4

 5

 ME 02015 Mechanics of Mechinery 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2

 6

 ECh 02011 Organic Chemistry 1 2 3 1 2

 7

 TE 02013 Introduction to Weaving Technology 1 2   1 2

 8

 TE 02016 Textile Fibre Microscopy 2 3 4  6 7 8     1 2 3

 9

 TE 02018 Introduction to Dyeing and Printing  1 3  1 2
 E 02011 ENGLISH
  See under " Department of English"
 EM 02011 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 
  See under " Department of Engineering Mathematics"
 ME 02021 ENGINEERING DRAWING AND DESIGN 
  See under " Department of Mechanical Engineering. "
 ME 02031 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS  
  See under " Department of Mechanical Engineering. "
 ME 02015 MECHANICS OF MACHINERY
  See under " Department of Mechanical Engineering. "
 ECh 02011 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
  See under " Department of Engineering Chemistry. "
 TE 02013 INTRODUCTION TO WEAVING TECHNOLOGY
 

 The fabric and the phases in its production. The basic structure of weaving apparatus (looms), the basic functions of loom, the main structural components of loom, flow of material through the loom. Classification of weaving machinery. Warp preparation. The essential feature of good warp. Introduction to winding, slashing (warp sizing), drawing-in, and tying-in operations. Behavior of starch granules. Introduction to specifying, calculating and preparing a size mixture . Weft  preparation;  Introduction  to  print  winding  peration. Introduction to weaving calculation.

 TE 02016 TEXTILE  FIBRE  MICROSCOPY
 

 Introduction to textiles . Classification of textile fibres . Fibre types  and properties. A brief outline of some textile fibres : Natural fibres of vegetable origin the bast fibres, the leaf fibres, the seed and fruit fibres;
Natural fibres of animal origin-wool and hair, silk;
Natural fibres of  mineral origin-asbestos;
Man made fibres-viscose rayon, cuprammonium rayon, acetate, polyester. polyamide, polyvinyl derivatives, etc.
The physical and chemical properties of textile materials 
Utilization of the microscope for examination and identification of textile fibres and materials used in the textile and related industries. The microscope characteristics; the preparation of various materials used in the textile industry for microscopic examination. Use of polarizing microscope for the investigation of sub-microscope structure. A brief outline of manufacturing processes of manmade fibres. The microscopic characteristics: physical and chemical properties of all textile fibres. Microscopic examination and identification of textile fibres.

 TE 02018 INTRODUCTION TO DYEING AND PRINTING
 

 Introduction. Coal tar dyes: Basic dyes, Acid dyes, Sulphur dyes, disperse dyes, Direct cotton dyes.
  Dyeing Machinery : Hand dyeing, Dye Jiggers, Winch machines. The preparation and dyeing of the natural cellulose fibres: Cotton application of direct cotton dyes, application of sulphur-dyes.
Printing: preparation of the fabric for printing. Block printing; Screen printing; Roller printing.

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Syllabus for B.Tech (First Year)
 No. Course No. Course Title Lecture Note Que&Ans

 1

 E 03011  English 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

 2

 EM 03011 Engineering Mathematics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

 3

 ME 03015 Dynamic of Machinery 1 2 3 4 1 2 3

 4

 TE 03022 Cotton Yarn Technology I  3 6 7   1 2 3

 5

 TE 03023 Weaving Technology I 2 3 4 7 1 2 3 4

 6

 TE 03014 Fabric Design  1 2 3 4 1 2 3

 7

 TE 03028 Textile Polymer Science  1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4

 8

 TE 03038 Bleaching and Dyeing of Textile Material 2 3 4 5 7 1 2 3
 E 03011 ENGLISH 
  See under "Department of English"
 EM 03011 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
  See under " Department of Engineering Mathematics"
 ME 03015 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY
  See under " Department of  Mechanical Engineering ."
 TE 03022 COTTON YARN TECHNOLOGY   I
 

 A study of mechanical equipment used to open, blend and clean the raw materials and to prepare cotton and other staple fibres for succeeding yarn manufacturing processes. Blending of staple fibres: calculation of drafts ; measuring devices, wastes, evener motion and production. A study of the theory and operation of the cotton and other staple fibres.
     Card construction, setting, clothing, drafts and production. A study of the drawing machine construction; ratio of speed, doubling, production and draft calculation. Study of settings and adjustment of the comb its preparatory machines; the value and use of its product. Timing and setting of the comb for various staples and required waste, production and other calculation, management, and operation of this machines.

 TE 03023 WEAVING TECHNOLOGY  I 
 

 Warp preparation. Winding machines and mechanisms detail, warping machines and mechanisms details, sizing machines and mechanisms details. Size application and its control, drying the size warps. The effect of tension for yarn ballooning. Weft preparation: pirn winding machines and mechanisms detail. Calculation: winding calculation, warping calculation, sizing calculation, pirn winding calculation, cloth calculation, yarn requirement calculations of all process.
An outline of the weaving process: shedding, picking, beating-up and warp-wise control (left-off and take-up) mechanisms. The motion of healds, sley, and shuttle. A Method of indication loom-timing. Tappet shedding. Shedding cam designs. Extra attachment such as tape selvage motion, auxiliary cams for twills and sateen weaves, and the various overhead attachments, Picking and checking mechanisms. Warp and cloth control. Stop-motions ( Warp protection, Warp stop-motion, weft stop motions). Introduction to shuttleless weaving systems. Weaving room management. Weaving calculation: loom  and weaving shed calculations.

 TE 03014 FABRIC DESIGN
 

 Weave construction, Drawing-in- draft, reed plan and chain draft of the three basic weaves and their derivatives to include basket weaves, rib and cord, fancy and figured twills, striped and checked weaves, honey comb weaves, crepe weaves.
   Extra warp and filling for weight figure cloths . Colour and weave effects. A study of more complex and intricate weaves. Double cloths and special classes of double  cloths. Wedded and center stitched double cloths and design. Swivel weave and design. Warp and weft pile fabrics, including terry towel.

 TE 03028 TEXTILE POLYMER SCIENCE
 

 Polymer chains and their characterization. The science of large molecules. Basic concepts of polymer science, history of molecular science. Molecular forces and chemical bonding in polymers. Conformations of dissolved polymer chains. Analysis and testing of polymer structure and properties of bulk polymers. Morphology and order in Crystalline polymer. Polymer structure and physical properties.
         Properties of commercial polymers: hydrocarbon plastic and  elastomers, other carbon-chain polymers, hetero chain thermolplastics, thermosetting resin. Textile polymer processing: fibre technology,      spinning (melt, dry, wet), fibre aftertreatment, fibre properties, elastomer technology.

 TE 03038 BLEACHINE AND DYEING OF TEXTILE  MATERIALS 
 

 The preliminary treatments given to the natural and man-made fibres, yarns and fabrics. The action and properties of the textile chemical used in these process. Desizing process, Scouring process, Bleaching process.
   Theory of  dyeing . Detailed principles and methods involving in the application of direct, reactive, acid, sulfur, vat, indigosol, azoic, aniline black, mordants, pigment and mineral colours in cotton, wool, silk, manmade fabrics, yarns, fabrics and the blends.

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Syllabus for B.Tech (Second Year)
 No. Course No. Title Lecture Note Que&Ans

 1

 E 04011 English 4 1 2 3 4

 2

 EM 04011 Engineering Mathematics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 

 3

 ME 04028 Industrial Management 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2

 4

 TE 04032 Cotton Yerm Technology II 1 2 3 4 5 6   1 2

 5

 TE 04033 Wearving Technology II 1 2 3 4   1 2 3

 6

 TE 04043 Introduction to Knitting Technology 1 2 4 5 6 1 2 3

 7

 TE 04025 Introduction to Garment Technology 1 2 1 2

 8

 TE 04048 Textile Dyestuffs and Machinery 1 2 3   1 2
 E 04011 ENGLISH
  See under "Department of English "
 EM 4011 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
  See under " Department of Engineering  Mathematics"
 ME 04028 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
  See under " Department of  Mechanical Engineering . "
 TE 04032 COTTON YARN TECHNOLOGY  II 
 

 The construction of fly frames, drafting  twisting, winding production, rolls, spindles, flyers, differential motions and cones, twist per inch and all calculation for the topics. A study of the manufacturing possibilities of the ring spinning frames as they are used in the processing of staple fibres. The theory of spindle, ring and traveler, drafts, twists, builder motion, production, general machine construction and problem applicable to machine. Instruction for the proper maintenance of the above machine.

 TE 04033 WAVING TECHNOLOGY II
 

 A study of the construction, mechanical operation, and adjustment of dobby and box mechanics. Setting and timing of the cylinder, knives, dobby crank and shed. Study of the box mechanisms and the use of two or more filling yarns in the weaving of fancy fabric. Aligning and timing of the box motions and the building of the pattern chains. Maintenance of the above mechanisms.  
 A study of the theory and mechanisms of the jacquard machine and its complementary equipment. Types of jacquard machines and principles of operation, methods of harness building, card cutting and lacing machine, jacquard designing. Planning of tie-ups and working designs. A study of factory hygiene in weave room.

 TE 04043 INTRODUCTION TO KNITTING TECHNOLOGY
 

 A broad survey of the important types of knitting. Considerable stress is placed on the various stitches and the characteristics of fabric from each. Starting with flat machines, the work advances through small ribbers, automatic hosiery machines. full fashioned hosiery machines, under-wear machines and introductory to weft knitting. The production, design and analysis of knitted fabrics and classifications and routines for manufacture of hosiery and underwear.
   Bearded needle warp knitting machines. Bearded needle machine mechanisms. Compound needle machines, compound needle machines mechanisms. Single bar fabrics, two-bar fabrics, three bar and four-bar fabrics. Simplex warp knitting machine mechanisms; Raschel fabrics. Preparation of yarn for warp knitting Proper maintenance for the above mechanisms.

 TE 04025 INTRODUCTION TO GARMENT TECHNOLOGY
 

 An introduction study of the processes in garment making, laying-up, marking and cutting processes. The sewing operation, finishing and pressing processes. Selection of appropriate fabric. Apparel fabrics for women's,  girl's, men's and boy’s wear.

 TE 04048 TEXTILE DYESTUFFS AND MACHINERY 
 

 History of dyestuff industry. Types of dyestuff: direct dyes, reactive dye, acid dyes, sulfur dyes, vat dyes, indigosol, azoic dyes, aniline black, mordants, and pigment dyes.
   Dyeing machinery: Rotating roller machines, Hosiery dyeing machines, Padding mangles.

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Syllabus for B.E (Textile Engineering)

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 Course No. Course Title Lecture Note  Que&Ans

 1

 E  05011 English1  2  3  4 1 2

 2

 TE 05062 Mill Organization 1  2 1 2 3

 3

 TE 05034 Fabric Analysis1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

 4

 TE 05017 Textile Costing and Management1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4

 5

 TE 05046 Physical Textile Testing and Quality Control2 4  9 10  11 12  1 2 3 4

 6

 TE 05019 Modern Methods in Textile Manufacturing4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3

 7

 TE 05078 Textile Finishing and Printing1 3 4 5 7 8 10   1 2 3 4
 E  05011ENGLISH 
  See under " Department of English".
 TE 05062 MILL ORGANIZATION
 

 Correlation of all the work on cotton manufacturing. A study of actual mill organization  problems in developing new organization for specific type of products. Adaptations for long draft and for the handling of staple fibres . Calculations for the machinery necessary to keep plant in balance with some consideration of best arrangement for economical handing. Study in different organization of textile factories will practice, material planning and production control in different textiles.

 TE 05034 FABRIC ANALYSIS
 

 A study of the theory of fabric construction: Fundamental theories of weave construction, Forms of yarn constructing the cloth, Perfect cloth or Ideal cloth. The geometry of cloth structure: Crimp theory. Figurative analysis of fabric structure. A general system of Woven Fabric Geometry. Geometry of weaves other than Plane. Fabric tightness as a measurable quality. The study of the analysis of fabric as they come to the mill for reproduction.

 TE 05017 TEXTILE COSTING AND MANAGEMENT
 

 A study in the principles of costing as they apply to the manufacture of textile. Allocating the cost of materials, Labour and overhead; determining the cost of individual yarn and fabrics; valuing the inventory; making of cost reports and payroll analysis.
        Management of textile mill and a study of factory act. The principles of costing as they apply to the manufacturing of textiles.

 TE 05046 PHYSICAL TEXTILE TESTING AND QUALITY CONTROL
 

 The statistical evaluation of test data and its application to the control of the textile process, raw materials, intermediate products, and final product leading to methods of sampling and quality control. The elements of statistics. The selection of samples for testing. Moisture relation and testing. Fibre dimension and quality. The mechanical properties of fibres and yarn dimension. Important machines and techniques used in physical testing of fibres and yarns .
Fabric dimensions and properties. Important machines and techniques used in  physical testing of fabric . The tensile testing of textiles. The mechanical properties of textiles. Evenness testing. The nature of the Irregularity. Methods of measuring and assessing irregularity. The applications of testing in modern textile research are stressed.

 TE 05019 MODERN METHODS IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURING
 

 Modern methods of manufacturing yarns and fabrics. Yarns, open-end yarn, self twist yarn, bulked yarn, textured yarn, etc. Fabrics: Woven on shuttle less looms, non-conventional fabrics  which are produced by both the wet and the dry process. Production of non-wovens. Technical textiles, industrial textiles, Geotextiles, Medical textile, up-to-date production and applications of the intelligent textiles. State of the art technology of textile field in all sectors. Modern departments in fibres, yarns and fabrics. Interdisciplinary research in textile fields.

 TE 05078 TEXTILE FINISHING AND  PRINTING
 

 General introduction : Cotton, Linen, Acetate rayon, Wood, Worsteds, Woollens, Silks. Finishing machines. Stretching devices. Wet-finishing machines. Mangles and mangle finishes.
    Finishing ranges. Washing machines. Dry finishing machines. Conditioning and damping. Calenders, the beetle machine. Setting processes, crabbing, blowing or decatising, potting or roll-boiling. Types of finish employed starching, softening, etc. Methods of printing ,  block printing, stencil printing, screen printing, roller printing, etc. Thickening agents. Styles of printing. New machines, special machines, printing faults, engraving.

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