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Articles by Babar Shahbaz
Total Records ( 6 ) for Babar Shahbaz
  Babar Shahbaz , Sh. Muhammad Nawaz and Mujahid Ahmad
  Eight varieties of cotton from all cultivated species viz. Gossypium barbadense, Gossypium hirsutum, Gossypium herbaceum and Gossypium alboreum were collected from Ayub Agriculture Research Institute, Faisalabad. The yarn of 20’s count was spun on Shirley miniature spinning unit and tested for count, lea-strength, Count Lea Strength Product value (CLSP) and unevenness (U%). The data was analyzed statistically using DMR test and presented in tabular form. The results showed that G. barbadense from long staple group and G. herbaseum from short staple cotton species presented better spinning performance.
  Babar Shahbaz , Sh. Muhammad Nawaz and Riasat Ali
  Polyester has many outstanding properties as a textile material viz. high wet and dry resistance, dimensional stability under wet and dry conditions and high strength. Keeping in view the unique properties offered by the polyester, the study was conducted to produce cotton covered/polyester core yarn on a modified ring frame. Such a yarn has cotton like feel and much higher strength than pure cotton yarn. The results showed that the yarn properties were effected by the percentage of polyester filaments in the blend. Similarly twist factor and roving positions also exerted highly significant influence upon count, lea-strength and CLSP value.
  Babar Shahbaz , S. Muhammad Nawaz and M. Amjad Saeed
  The research was conducted to assess the effect of different contents of elastane, at different twist multipliers by feeding single and double roving upon 14s elastic core cotton covered yarn quality, was initiated in Department of Fiber Technology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad in coordination with Nafees Cotton Mills LTD., Muzaffargarh, Ayub Agriculture Institute, Faisalabad and Crescent Textile Mills LTD., Faisalabad. Different parameters and their interactions exerted highly significant effect upon elastic core yarn properties.
  Babar Shahbaz , Nisar Ahmad Jamil and Shahid Rafi
  The fibre pile or fleece knits can be made on circular knit machines with different types of construction. The machines may be complex, utilizing either spring or latch needles employing sinker-top, dial, cylinder, or dial/cylinder mechanisms. With this equipment, various effects can be produced. This paper describes the influence of some variables like count and twists of backing yarn and stitch length upon shrinkage of two and three-yarn fleecy fabrics. The results shows that by suitable combination of these variables the length wise and width wise shrinkage can be controlled.
  Sh. Muhammad Nawaz , Babar Shahbaz , Assad Farooq and Muhammad Asif
  The effect of beater speed, grid bar setting and cotton trash percentage upon Uniclean (B 11) and Giant cleaner setup were studied for quality characteristics of cotton. The results in respect of fibre length and uniformity ratio showed highly significant differences in the mean values for different combination of settings as well as cleaning segments. Uniclean exert swift gentle but firm action of less stress on fibres whereas the action of Giant cleaner is very aggressive and severe during its cleaning action, which is detrimental to fibre staple.
  Sh. Muhammad Nawaz , Babar Shahbaz , M. Qamar Tusief and Engr. Manzoor Hussain
  Doubling of yarns is key process for sewing thread fabrication. The spinability of sewing thread mainly depends upon the amount of twist and twist direction of yarn. Keeping in view the importance of thread on the garment quality, this research is performed to evaluate the spinability of sewing thread under variant counts, twist levels and twist directions of single spun yarns. The variant counts, twist levels and twist directions of single spun yarns affected the spinability of sewing thread significantly.
 
 
 
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