Question 34 (Textile Technology & Fibre Science)
Consider the following statements for a shuttle loom having linear (straight line) displacement profile for the picker:
P. The maximum actual acceleration of shuttle depends on loom speed and alacrity of picking system
Q. The maximum actual velocity of shuttle depends on loom speed
R. The maximum actual acceleration and maximum actual velocity of shuttle occur at the same time
S. Nominal displacement of shuttle is inversely proportional to the angular movement of crank shaft The combination of TRUE statements is
|(A)||P and Q|
|(B)||Q and R|
|(C)||R and S|
|(D)||P and R|
Option A is correct
Frequently Asked Questions | FAQs
What is shuttle loom ?
A shuttle loom is a type of loom that is used to weave fabric. It is called a shuttle loom because it uses a shuttle, which is a small bobbin, to carry the weft yarn back and forth across the warp threads. The shuttle moves rapidly through the shed, which is the space created between the raised and lowered warp threads, carrying the weft yarn across the fabric being woven. The shuttle loom is one of the oldest and most widely used types of looms, and it is particularly well-suited for producing high-speed, large-volume fabric weaving. The shuttle loom is also commonly used for weaving fabrics such as cotton, silk, and wool, and it is widely used in the production of a variety of textiles, from clothing to household goods.