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  • Comparative study between100% cotton yarn & cotton-polyester blend yarn 

    Maruf, Nadim Haider (Daffodil International university, 2017-02-28)
    This study makes an assessment on difference in manufacturing of cotton yarn & cotton-polyester blend yarn. To undertake this study, the following three yarns were produced e.g.100% cotton yarn, 50/50 cotton & polyester ...

    Swati, Sushama Saha (Daffodil International university, 2017-02-28)
    Now-a-days, environmental consciousness is very imperative for all industries to maintain sustainability of lives and likewise other industries the major attention is also given to the arena of textile wet processing. In ...
  • Thesis Paper On Sterilization of Medical Textile 

    Raihan, Md.Abu (Daffodil International university, 2017-02-28)
    A large quantity of textile products is used by the medical personals and in the hospitals. Attempt has been made to see the aspects of sterilization of these textile products. In this regards study has been conducted in ...
  • Problems of Export Oriented Woven Fabric in Bangladesh 

    Sultana, Samiha (Daffodil International university, 2017-02-28)
    The RMG Industry is the warship and a success story of Bangladesh in spite of its ups and downs. Mainly two types of garments are exported from Bangladesh e.g. Knit and Woven. Fortunately we can manufacture nearly 100% of ...
  • An Investigation on Ethnic Fashion of Bangladesh 

    Rahman, Mohammad Faizur (2014-08-11)
    ABSTRACT Ethnicity is considered to be shared characteristics such as culture, language, religion, and traditions, which contribute to a person or group’s identity. Such groups are generally called enthnic people or ...
  • Investigation into Cotton Knit Dyeing With Reactive Dyes To Achieve Right First Time (Rft) Shade 

    Hossain, Md. Ibrahim (2014-08-11)
    Abstract The present situation of dying process in Knit sector is well established & successful. But there are new challenges arising everyday which are trying to unsettle this progress. The process can be improved more ...