MUSFIQUR RAHMAN

Musfiqur Rahman is a dedicated professional currently serving as a Program Coordinator and Senior Faculty Member at Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology (ADUST). With a passion for education and innovation, he actively contributes to the academic and research landscape in the field of Textile Engineering. His academic journey began with a strong foundation, as he earned his B.Sc. in Textile Engineering from Chittagong University (CU). Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he is currently pursuing his M.Sc. in Textile Engineering, further enhancing his expertise in the field. For those seeking to connect, collaborate, or learn from Musfiqur Rahman's expertise, he can be reached via email at sadiqbd25@gmail.com or through WhatsApp at +8801756415482.

Fabric Abrasion Resistance: Martindale Abrasion Testing Process

Fabric Abrasion: Fabric abrasion refers to the wearing away of any part of the fabric by friction with another surface. Throughout their lifespan, fabrics undergo abrasion, which can lead to wear, degradation, damage, and a decline in performance. However, the capacity to withstand abrasion is just one of several aspects that influence the overall wear […]

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Roll-to-roll sublimation printing process

Roll-to-roll sublimation printing: Roll-to-roll sublimation printing, an innovative textile printing method, that is becoming increasingly popular due to its adaptability and exceptional outcomes. The Roll to Roll sublimation printing process entails passing a roll of transfer paper through a heat transfer equipment. As the paper passes through the machine, it undergoes the application of heat

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Testing of textiles: Why is It Important for the Textile and Apparel Industries?

Textile Testing: Textile testing is the process of measuring the attributes and features of the circumstances influencing textile fiber, yarn, and materials by using science and engineering knowledge. It entails utilizing methods, equipment, instruments, and machinery in a lab setting to assess the characteristics of various textile forms (thick, thin place). Textile testing is crucial

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Cold Pad Batch (CPB) dyeing process

Cold Pad Batch (CPB) Dyeing: The cold pad batch (CPB) dyeing process is a continuous (semi) process and efficient dyeing method. The cold pad batch (CPB) dyeing technique actively dyes cellulosic fibers like cotton, viscose, and their blends. Operating continuously at room temperature or slightly elevated temperatures, this method eliminates the need for high temperatures

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Disperse dyes: Properties, Mechanisms, and Application Methods in Textile Industry

Disperse dyes: Disperse dyes, which are organic coloring compounds that lack ionizing groups and possess low water solubility, are ideal for dyeing hydrophobic textile materials via colloid dispersion. This distinct class of dyestuff, suitable for synthetic fibers like polyesters, acetates, and polyamides, earns its name from its non-soluble, non-ionic nature with molecular dispersion. To enhance

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Reactive dyeing: process and method

Reactive dyeing process and method: The reactive dyeing process and method stand as a cornerstone, deploying reactive dyes that form enduring covalent bonds with the fabric through a chemical reaction. This intricate procedure of reactive dyeing encompasses various processes and methods, each contributing to the vibrancy and permanence of the final coloration. Unlike traditional methods,

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Reactive Dyeing in textile: mechanism, Classification and steps

Reactive dyeing: Reactive dyeing, a textile coloring process, actively interact with yarns and fabrics through a chemical reaction. Unlike traditional methods, where colors merely adhere to the surface, it creates brilliant and long-lasting colors. Reactive dyeing forms a permanent bond with the fabric, resulting in vibrant and enduring hues. This system incorporates transition molecules that

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Stenter Machine: A Textile Finishing Power House

Stenter Machine: A Stenter machine, employed within the textile industry, actively stretches or stenters delicate fabrics. For instance, cotton fabric contracts in both width and weft directions, while the bleaching and dyeing procedures introduce distortions to the fabric. The stenter machine serves the primary objective of adjusting both the length and width of the fabric

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“Air Jet Looms: Revolutionizing Textile Production with Speed and Precision”

What is an Air jet loom? Air jet looms, operating at remarkable speeds of up to 2000 picks per minute(PPM). Air jet emerge as a prime selection for swiftly yielding significant fabric output. This technology is particularly useful in efficiently producing large fabric volumes. Notably, the textile industry frequently employs air jet looms to weave

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Spandex Fiber: An Elastic Marvel

What is Spandex? Spandex is a synthetic fiber containing a maximum of about 85% segmented polyurethane and known for its high elasticity with an elongation capacity of approximately 600%. Lycra is a brand name rather than a specific type of fiber for Spandex or elastane yarn. The DuPont Company of Virginia pioneered the development of

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Smart Textiles: Enhancing Protection and Adaptability for Today’s World

Smart Textiles: When a textile performs an additional function in addition to its conventional purpose, it earns the label of a “Smart Textile.” If the additional functionality of the textile changes with variations in usage conditions, it qualifies as an “Active Smart” or “Intelligent Textile.” Conventional textiles cover the human body and provide a protective

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How to print Fabrics by using DTF (Direct-To-Film) printing process?

DTF (Direct-To-Film) printing: DTF printing, often referred to as direct-to-film printing, is a process that comprises printing your design directly on a film before transferring it to various fabric types, including cotton, polyester, synthetic, or silk, regardless of their color. This method facilitates the use of white ink, so it can successfully accommodate designs that

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How to Print a T-Shirt on Direct to Garment (DTG) Printer

Direct to garment (DTG) printing: Direct to garment (DTG) printing is the most recent breakthrough for printing on fabrics in small or big quantities, with the benefit of achieving any number of colors and no repetition size limits. Direct-to-garment printing, often known as digital printing, has revolutionized the capacity to produce colorful images and complex

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Manufacturing process of Acetate rayon fiber

Acetate Rayon: Textile fibers which are derived from ester cellulose are known as acetate rayon fibers. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) categorized acetate rayon fiber using the generic words acetate and tri acetate. According to FTC- Acetate is a regenerated fiber, made of cellulose acetate as the fiber producing material. In case of acetate, at

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Synthetic Fibers: manufacturing process and classification

Synthetic fibers: Synthetic fibers are produced from the chemical components by chemical synthesis. These fibers are also referred to as chemical fibers or artificial fibers. Some examples of synthetic fibers are nylon, polyester, polyurethane, etc. Fibers (Polymers/materials) are of 3 (three) types depending on the production styles. Classification Of Synthetic Fibers: 1. Natural polymers: 2.

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viscose fiber manufacturing process

Viscose fiber: It is a semi-synthetic fiber which was earlier known as viscose rayon. Viscose Rayon made from natural sources of regenerated cellulose; such as wood, bamboo and related agricultural products. It has the same molecular orientation like cellulose. Rayon fabrics used widely and in huge demand showing to its special characteristics, like high strength

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