FABRIC MANUIFACTURE - I
(MCQ : MODULE 7 - DESIGN)
Select the weave which repeats on two peaks.
2/1 Twill weave
2/2 basket weave
Question 2: Select the weaves which can be woven with only two healds
||2/1 Twill weave
||2/2 basket weave
A, B, C
A, C, D
A, B, D
Question 3: For weaving a plain woven fabric with six healds and skip draft
Minimum 6 cams are needed
Minimum 4 cams are needed
Minimum 3 cams are needed
Minimum 2 cams are needed
Question 4: The angle of twill line does not depend on
Ends per inch
Picks per inch
Question 5: The weave, that produces fabrics with maximum degree of smoothness and close packing of threads is
7 end Satin
Question 6: Number of heald frame required for weaving a 8 end sateen fabric is
Question 7: Regular sateen weave cannot be made with repeat size of
Question 8: Maximum tear strength could be achieved if
Yarn to yarn friction is high and floats in the weave are more.
Yarn to yarn friction is high and floats in the weave are less.
Yarn to yarn friction is low and floats in the weave are more .
Yarn to yarn friction is low and floats in the weave are less.
Question 9: 40s reed (Stockport) and 1 end per dent for plain weave means there will be
40 dents per inch
40 ends per inch
20 ends per inch
None of the above
Question 10: Choose the combination of correct statements
|| A twill can be formed with the minimum repeat size of 4 × 4
||A regular satin can be formed with minimum repeat size of 5 × 5
||Satin fabrics are smoother than plain woven fabrics
||If same yarns are used then maximum possible values of epi and ppi will be higher for plain weave than that of twill weave
B, C, D