1. Design and Structure of Fabric
|1."Fabric Structure and Design" by N Gokarneshan|
“Fabric Structure and Design” Book Review: This textbook is designed for universities and polytechnics offering courses in textile technology. Its content covers a wide range of topics, including looms and their mechanisms, fundamental principles of woven design, and various types of weaves such as plain, twill, honeycomb, huck-a-back, crepe, bedford cords, welts, piques, and mock leno. The book also delves into backed fabrics, pile fabrics, extra warp and extra weft figured fabrics, double cloths, basic aspects of color and its impact on weaves, special jacquards, and the relationships between fabrics and cloth geometry. Additionally, the book includes a glossary of important fabric terms, a bibliography, an appendix, and an index at the end.
|2."The Primary Structures of Fabrics: An Illustrated Classification" by Irene Emery|
“Fabric Structure and Design” Book Review: The purpose of this textbook is to cater to the educational needs of universities and polytechnics offering courses in textile technology. It covers various topics such as looms and loom mechanisms, woven design principles, and different types of weaves including plain, twill, honeycomb, huck-a-back, crepe, bedford cords, welts, piques, and mock leno. Additionally, it explores backed fabrics, pile fabrics, extra warp and extra weft figured fabrics, double cloths, basic color concepts, and their impact on weaves, special jacquards, and the relationship between fabrics and cloth geometry. A glossary of important fabric terms, bibliography, appendix, and index are also provided at the end of the book.
|3."Woven Fabric Structure Design and Product Planning (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles)" by J Hayavadana|
“Woven Fabric Structure Design and Product Planning” Book Review: This book provides a detailed organization of woven fabrics and covers primary, secondary, and tertiary weaves. The text begins with an introduction to fabric structure, including the fabric formation process, loom components, and general fabric features. It also covers elements of fabric design, shrinkage, repeat, and structure, as well as drafting types and practical fabric design aspects. The book then explores weave classification, plain and twill weaves, sateen and satin weaves, color and weave effects, and various fabric ornamentation techniques. Each chapter includes helpful exercises, solved questions, multiple-choice questions, and essay questions to aid in understanding.
|4."Elementary Textile Design and Fabric Structure" by John Read|
|5."Fabric Structure and Design" by Darshan Chaturvedi|
|6."Design And Structure Of Fabric" by Clifton G Overholser|
|7."Tensile Fabric Structures: Design Analysis and Construction" by Craig Huntington|
“Tensile Fabric Structures: Design, Analysis and Construction” Book Review: This text offers a comprehensive examination of the various forms of tensile membrane structures and their applications. It covers topics such as the history of tensioned membrane structures, the mechanical, lighting, and thermal properties of membrane materials, fire safety and durability of membrane materials, shape determination and analysis, fabrication and erection processes, attachment to supporting structures, and the structural design and aesthetics of membrane structures. The book also includes discussions on loading, form finding, and non-linear analysis of membrane structures. This edition is suitable for structural engineers, architects, and builders who work with tensile membrane structures.
|8."Fabric Structure-Simplified" by PriYank Goyal|
“Fabric Structure Simplified” Book Review: This book presents a user-friendly and easy-to-follow format that covers all primary weaves. It is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of fabric structure for beginners. The contents of the book include detailed discussions of elements of weaving, woven fabric parameters, introduction to fabric structure, how to read a design, creating drafting plan, lifting plan, systems of drafting, plain weave, mat, hopsack or basket weaves, satin and sateen weaves, diamond and diapers, honeycomb weaves, huck-a-back and mockleno, spot figuring, crepe weaves, corkscrew weave, bedford cords, welts and piques, stripes and check designs, fabric analysis, some common fabric descriptions, textile design software, and color and weave effect. Each chapter is supported by illustrations and pictures that aid in visualizing the theory.
|9."Fine Fabric: Delicate Materials for Architecture and Interior Design" by Chris van Uffelen|
|10."The Textile Arts: A Handbook of Fabric Structure and Design Processes" by Verla Leone Birrell and Helen R Lebaron|
|11."Textbook of Fabric Science: Fundamentals to Finishing" by Sekhri Seema|
“Textbook of Fabric Science: Fundamentals to Finishing” Book Review: This book is a useful resource for individuals interested in fabric science. It covers a broad range of topics, including: Part I: Fundamentals: Introduction, Classification of Textile Fibres, Textile Fibre Composition, Fibre Properties, Part II: Fibres: Natural Protein Fibres, Natural Cellulosics, Regenerated Fibres, Synthetic and Inorganic Fibre, Part III: Yarns: Yarn Production, Yarn Properties, Part IV: Fabrics: Weaving, Knitting, Non-wovens and Other Methods of Fabric Construction, Part V: Finishing: Basic and Special Finishing, Finishing with Color: Dyeing and Printing, Part VI: Consumer Concerns: Choosing Appropriate Fabric: Guidelines for Consumers Care and Maintenance of Fabrics, Part VII: Miscellaneous: Career Opportunities, Ten University Test Papers.
2. Developments in Fabric Formation
|1."State Formation and the Establishment of Non-Muslim Hegemony: Post-Mughal 19th Century Panjab: Post - Mughal 19th Century Punjab" by Rishi Singh|
“State Formation and the Establishment of Non-Muslim Hegemony: Post-Mughal 19th Century Panjab: Post – Mughal 19th Century Punjab” Book Review: This book delves into the key factors that contributed to the non-Islamic approach in the political and social structure of Punjab. It specifically focuses on the state of Punjab during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The book contains an introductory section, as well as a conclusion, appendices, glossary, index, and bibliography.
|2."Fabric Formation" by Aftab Ahmed Khan|
|3."Principles of Fabric Formation" by Prabir Kumar Banerjee|
“Principles of Fabric Formation 1st Edition” Book Review: This is a comprehensive guide to the various methods and techniques used in fabric formation. The book covers topics such as yarn formation, fabric structure, and textile production processes. It is well-written and easy to understand, making it suitable for both students and professionals in the field. The book also includes numerous illustrations and diagrams, which help to clarify the concepts discussed. Overall, “Principles of Fabric Formation” is a useful resource for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of textile production.
|4."Textile Fibre And Fabric Formation" by Chitra Chowdhary|
“Textile Fibre And Fabric Formation” Book Review: This is a concise and informative guide to the principles of textile fiber and fabric formation. The book covers the basic properties and characteristics of different fibers, yarn formation techniques, fabric structures, and textile production processes. It is written in a professional yet simple style, making it suitable for both students and professionals in the field.