Question 46 (Textile Engineering & Fibre Science)
For a square plain fabric, crimp in one set of yarns would be completely removed without jamming, if the ratio of modular length to the sum of the yarn diameters is
Option D is correct.
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What is jammed fabric?
Jammed fabric refers to a condition where textile fibers or threads become entangled or stuck together, resulting in a loss of flexibility, mobility, or smoothness. It can occur during various stages of textile production, such as weaving, knitting, or sewing, when fibers or threads get stuck or trapped, leading to a disruption in the normal flow of the fabric. Jammed fabric can result in defects in the fabric’s appearance, texture, or performance, and may require additional processing or correction to restore the fabric to its desired state. Jammed fabric can be caused by a variety of factors, including tension irregularities, yarn or thread breakages, or mechanical issues in textile machinery. Proper monitoring, maintenance, and troubleshooting during textile production can help minimize the occurrence of jammed fabric and ensure quality textile products.