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Textiles Composites Aerospace Application
Article By Prof. U. J. Patil, P. B. Malakane, A. J. Dhavale And M. S. Kulkarni On Textiles Composites Aerospace Application And Composite Materials Are Particularly Attractive To Aviation And
China May Lose 'Cheap' Tag on Rising Yuan, Labour Costs
The era where Chinese labour was cheap and adjusting has now come to an end with workers demanding better pay and hygienic working conditions.
"Which fruit are you wearing today?" fruit wastes become fashion fabrics
Fruit Wastes for Fruit fabrics. The Pineapple Fabrics, Coconut Fibre Fabrics, Banana Fibre Fabrics developed from Fruit Wastes. The Fruit Fabrics from Pineapple, Coconut, Banana fruit wastes used in
Report On Medical Textiles and Sport/Outdoor Textiles
Technical textiles have seen its share of production grow considerably in Europe over the last fifteen years,increasing constantly both in value & volume.
Nanotechnology and Lifestyle
Treating Textiles With Nanotechnology Materials Is A Method To Improve The Properties Of The Textile, Making It Longer Durable, Have Nicer Colours Etc, Textile And Cosmetics Are Among The First
Declining Export Trend in Taiwan Textile Machinery
Read Article on Declining Export Trend in Taiwan Textile Machinery, Statistics of Taiwan Textile Machinery Sector, Impact of Global Recession on Taiwan Textile Machinery Sector and Taiwan Textile
Technical Textiles Cluster Development is the Way for Growth
Technical Textiles In Textile Industry. Technical Textiles Cluster Development Is The Way For Growth. Discussing The Latest Condition In India And Diversification In Textile Industry. Opportunities
Cotton Fabric Printing with Reactive Dye using Guar Gum
Cotton is the world's most used fibre. It is cool, soft, comfortable and the principal clothing fibre of the world. It forms the background of the world textile trades.
Growing Exports of MMF Textiles
Article By The Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council, SRTEPC Aims At Doubling MMF Exports, Indian Textile Sector Is Cotton Dominated, Man-Made Textile Sector In India Comparatively
Carbon Footprints of a Garment Manufacturing Unit
Article by Dr. Simmi Bhagat, Prof. M.L. Gulrajani, Carbon Footprints of a Garment Manufacturing Unit, carbon footprints are typically calculated to include all green house gases and are expressed as
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