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1996

L1 In each of the sub questions below four alternatives are provided of which one is correct. Choose the correct alternative and write in your answerbook the letter A,B,C, or d against the corresponding sub question number [25x1=25] 1.1 A fibre was heated with soda lime in a test tube. When vapours thus produced were contacted with glass rod dipped in dipped in dilute HCL, white fumes were produced, which amongst the following is absent? a. Silk b. Acrylic c. Polypropylene d. Nylon

1.2 Which of the following is likely to have highest polydispersity, Mw Mn a. PET b. Nylon 66 c. Acrylic d. Polypropylene

1.3 The end groups in PET are a. Carboxyl c. Carboxyl and hydroxyl b. Hydroxyl d. Carboxyl and Amino

1.4 The fibre that does not shrink when taken near the flame is a. Polypropylene b. Acrylic c. Acetate d. Viscose

1.5 Which fibre dissolves at room temperature in methylene chloride? a. Viscose b. Acetate c. Triacetate d. Calcium Alginate

1.6 Which of the following is extremely sensitive to photodegradation? a. Polyester b. Nylon c. Polypropylene d. Cotton

1.7 Neps on User evenness tester is based on change in mass over a length os a.1 mm b.2 mm c.4 mm d.8 mm

1.8 If N is the number of fibres in a yarn cross section, the limiting irregularity is proportional to a. 1 N b. 1 N2 c.1 N d. N

1.9 If D is the fibre diameter, air flow rate through a plug of fibres is proportional to a.D b.D2 c. 1 D d. 1 D2

1.10 Fabric thickness measured under pressure P is proportional to a. P b. P2 c. 1 d. log(P)

P 1.11 The average tuft weight produced with UNIfloc is around a.30 - 50 g b. 30 -50 mg c.2-4 g d.10-20 g

1.12 In a card, the point-to-point action results in carding action on the fibres. However, the back-to-back action results in a. Stripping action c. Cleaning action b. Opening action d. Brushing action

1.13 Stationary flats are used at the back and front to a.Remove short fibres c. Increase production b. Reduce thin places in yarn d. Reduce neps

1.14 The level of spin finish (%) applied on grey 1.5 den x 38 mm polyester fibres is a.0.15 b.0.30 c.0.45 d.0.60

1.15 The spinning tension in g/tex in ring spinning is a.1.0 b.2.5 c.3.0 d.4.6

1.16 The maximum twist in rotor spinning is a. At the package c. In the p.t.e zone 1.17 Air-jet yarn is weaker than a. Ring yarn c. Friction yarn b. Rotor yarn d. None of the above b. In the radial portion of yarn inside the rotor d. Just at the exit from the doffing tube

1.18 If V is the unwinding speed, tension in the yarn is proportional to a. V b.V2 c. 1 V 1.19 Size is primarily applied on warp to a. Increase the yarn strength c. Increase yarn modulus b. Provide protective coating against abrasion d. Improve stretch properties of yarn d. 1 V2

1.20 If P is the loom speed, energy required for picking is proportional to a. P b. P2 c. P3 d. P4

1.21 Type of selvedge formed on Sulzer projectile loom is a. Conventional b. Fringe c. Tucked-in d. Sealed

1.22 Production rate will be maximum in case of the manufacture of a. Woven fabric b. Warp knitted fabric c. Needle punched fabric d. Thermo bonded fabric 1.23 Which fibre is generally dyed with cationic dye? a. Nylon 6 1.24 Resist salt is a. An exhausting agent c. A mild oxidizing agent THPC is a a. Water repellent c. Anionic wetting agent b. Carrier d. Flame retardant b. A reducing agent d. A leveling agent b. Polyester c. Cotton d. Acrylic