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Course Outcomes (COs)

B. Tech. Textile Engineering

Course Outcomes (COs)

Course Title TEXTILE FIBER I
Course Code PCC-TEX-201A
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Classify textile fibers and interpret its properties.

CO2: Explain the cultivation and harvesting of natural plant fibers and their properties viz. cotton, jute, hemp, ramie and flax.

CO3: Understand production methods of natural protein fibers and their properties viz. wool and silk.

CO4: Explain production methods of regenerated cellulosic and protein along with their properties.

CO5: Relate the morphological and chemical structure of natural fibre with their physical and chemical properties.

Course Title YARN MANUFACTURING-I
Course Code PCC-TEX-203A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Illustrate the various operations involved in preparatory process of yarn manufacturing i.e. mixing-blending, opening, cleaning, drawing etc.

CO2: Solve the numerical problems associated with blow-room, carding and draw-frame.

CO3: Understand the various operation involved in carding machine.

CO4: Understand the basic geometry of card clothing.

CO5: Analyse the suitability of different drafting systems.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – I
Course Code PCC-TEX-205A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Explain the various operation involved in weaving preparation i.e. winding, warping, sizing and looming-in.

CO2: Solve the numerical problems associated with the weaving preparation operation and production calculation.

CO3: Interpret various loom mechanisms.

CO4: Explain the primary motion of looms.

CO5: Analyse the principles involve in shedding, picking and beating motion.

Course Title TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING– I
Course Code PCC-TEX-207A
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will able to:

CO1   Explain the principles and mechanisms of singeing, desizing and scouring.

CO2   Describe the various methods involved in bleaching, mercerization and heat setting of textile materials.

CO3   Distinguish the various dye class and their application to different fibres types.

CO4   Explain the working principles of various types of dyeing machineries.

CO5   Understand the wet processing of protein fibers.

Course Title TEXTILE FIBRE – I LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-209LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Identify natural and synthetic fibres using physical and chemical test.

CO2: Examine physical structure of natural and synthetic fibres.

CO3: Analyse the fiber type and blend ratio of blended fabric.

Course Title YARN MANUFACTURING – I LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-211LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Understand practical aspects of mixing and blending of fibres.

CO2: Demonstrate the construction and function of different components of blow-room.

CO3: Understand the working, settings and draft distribution in different zone of carding.

CO4: Get hands-on experience of the construction and settings of draw frame machine.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – I LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-213LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Demonstrate the working principle of winding and warping machines.

CO2: Explain the passage and working of sizing machines.

CO3: Outline the basic loom mechanism especially primary motions.

Course Title TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING –I LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-215LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, the students will be to:

CO1: Perform the pretreatment of grey fabric.

CO2: Get hands on experience in dyeing of natural fibres with reactive, direct and acid dyes.

Course Title TEXTILE FIBRE – II
Course Code PCC-TEX-202A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Illustrate the fibre forming polymer chemistry.

CO2: Understand the different spinning methods for the production of synthetic fibres viz., dry, wet and melt spinning techniques.

CO3: Explain principles of polymerization and production methods for textile fibers viz. polyester, nylon, acrylic and polyolefin fibres.

CO4: Understand the drawing and texturing process of synthetic fibres

Course Title  

YARN MANUFACTURING-II

Course Code PCC-TEX-204A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Understand the combing process and comber settings.

CO2: Illustrate the function of different components and working principle of speed frame, ring frame and doubling machines.

CO3: Interpret the mechanism of package formation and building motion in speed frame and ring frame.

CO4: Solve the numerical problems associated with comber, speed frame, ring frame and doubling machines.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – II
Course Code PCC-TEX-206A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Explain secondary and auxiliary motions of weaving machine.

CO2: Elaborate the principle involved in shedding (dobby and jacquard).

CO3: Construct weave designs on dobby and jacquard looms.

CO4: Calculate production and efficiency of weaving machinery.

Course Title TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING– II
Course Code PCC-TEX-208A
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will able to:

CO1: Understand various styles and methods of printing for textile materials.

CO2: Explain the working principles of textile printing machines.

CO3: Interpret the mechanisms of various chemical and mechanical finishes of textile materials.

CO4: Understand latest developments in textile wet processing.

CO5: Summarise pollution control measures in wet processing of textile materials.

CO6: Identify of testing methods for colour fastness of textile materials.

Course Title YARN MANUFACTURING-II LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-210LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Demonstrate working of the lap preparation machines.

CO2: Describe the passage of material through comber.

CO3: Illustrate flow of material, building mechanism and differential motion in speed frame.

CO4: Explain the passage of material in ring frame and doubling machines.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – II LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-212LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Explain the working of take up and let off motions.

CO2: Demonstrate the functioning of stop motions, protecting motions and pirn changing motions.

CO3: Demonstrate the working of dobby and jacquards and construct designs on the same.

Course Title TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING II LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-214LA
Purpose After completing this course student will able to:

CO1: Get hands on experience in dye affinity of vat and sulphur dyes for cotton fabric.

CO2: Experiment with affinity of disperse dye for polyester fabric using HTHP machine.

CO3: Demonstrate different styles and methods of printing.

CO4: Analyse fastness tests on dyed and printed substrates.

Course Title TEXTILE TESTING – I
Course Code PCC-TEX-301A
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Test and evaluate the fabric dimensional and aesthetic properties.

CO2: Perform and evaluate fabric tensile properties.

CO3: Understand the testing methods of fabric comfort and handle properties.

CO4:Understand the testing methods of technical textiles

CO5: Explain various statistical quality control charts used in textiles.

Course Title YARN MANUFACTURING-III
Course Code PCC-TEX-303A
Course Outcomes CO1: Interpret mechanism of yarn formation in open end spinning systems.

CO2: Understand the false twist principle in air-jet spinning system.

CO3: Compare the structure and properties of rotor, air-jet, friction and compact yarn with ring yarn.

CO4: Understand the electrostatic, self-twist, wrap and adhesive spinning methods.

CO5: Illustrate the production of compact, fancy yarns and sewing yarns.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – III
Course Code PCC-TEX-305A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Contrast between shuttle and shuttle-less weaving

CO2: Explain principles of projectile looms, rapier looms and jet looms.

CO3: Describe multiphase weaving machines.

CO4: Discuss the positive let-off and positive take-up motions of weaving machines.

CO5: Summarise nonwoven production techniques.

Course Title FABRIC STRUCTURE & DESIGN
Course Code PCC-TEX-307A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Explain the fundamentals of woven design production

CO2:Understand and apply elements of colour in textile designing

CO3: Construct different types of weave designs and their derivatives along with draft and peg plan.

CO4: Determine fabric parameters for a particular weave.

Course Title TEXTILE TESTING LAB – I
Course Code PCC-TEX-309LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Perform and evaluate fabric tensile strength tests.

CO2: Test and evaluate the fabric dimensional and aesthetic properties.

CO3: Test and evaluate the fabric comfort properties.

Course Title FABRIC MANUFACTURING – III LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-311LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Recognise various selvedges and understand their manufacturing.

CO2: Demonstrate the weft insertion and various mechanisms in projectile, rapier and air-jet looms.

CO3: Compare the shuttle looms and shuttle-less looms.

Course Title TEXTILE TESTING – II
Course Code PCC-TEX-302A
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Test and evaluate the fabric dimensional and aesthetic properties.

CO2: Perform and evaluate fabric tensile properties.

CO3: Understand the testing methods of fabric comfort and handle properties.

CO4: Understand the testing methods of technical textiles

CO5: Explain various statistical quality control charts used in textiles.

Course Title GARMENT TECHNOLOGY
Course Code PCC-TEX-304A
Course Outcomes After completing this course students will able to:

CO1: Explain the overview and sequence of garment manufacturing.

CO2: Discuss the concept of pattern making and marker planning process.

CO3: Illustrate the spreading and cutting techniques

CO4: Select different types of stitches, seams and sewing machines for garment manufacturing.

CO5: Explain different types of finishing methods used for garment making.

Course Title KNITTING TECHNOLOGY
Course Code PCC-TEX-306A
Purpose After completing this course students will able to:

CO1: Understand the basic concept of knitting and its elements

CO2: Relate and contrast different weft knitted methods and weft knitted structures

CO3: Compare different warp knitted methods and warp knitted structures

CO4: Solve numerical problems associated with knitting

CO5: Compare woven and knitted structure

Course Title THEORY OF TEXTILE STRUCTURE
Course Code PCC-TEX-308A
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Analyse the ideal yarn geometry.

CO2: Analyse and evaluate the fibre migration in yarn.

CO3: Analyse the mechanical properties of yarn.

CO4 :Analyse the fabric geometry

CO5: Solve the numerical problems associated with yarn and fabric structure.

Course Title MULTI FIBRE SPINNING
Course Code PEC-TEX-316LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Select the right method of blending based on constituent fibres characteristics.

CO2: Interpret the effect of blend composition and fibre characteristics on the properties of blended yarn.

CO3: Explain the construction and working of woolen and worsted spinning systems.

CO4: Illustrate the spinning of jute and silk.

CO5: Classify and explain the methods of recycled fibre spinning.

Course Title STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF FIBRES
Course Code PEC-TEX-318LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1:Understand the fine structure and their physical and chemical properties of textile fibres

CO2: Interpret the mechanical and frictional properties of textile fibres.

CO3:Describe the moisture and optical properties of  textile fibres

CO4:Understand the thermal behaviour and electrical properties of textile fibres

Course Title MANUFACTRING OF SPECILITY FABRICS
Course Code PEC-TEX-320LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Select the right method of production of technical fabrics bases on their requirement.

CO2: Interpret the effect of manufacturing technology on the properties of fabrics.

CO3: Understand the various 3D structure produced using weaving and knitting

CO4: Illustrate the fabric manufacturing process used for terry, carpet and home furnishing.

Course Title TEXTILE TESTING LAB – II
Course Code PCC-TEX-310LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Perform and evaluate fabric tensile strength tests.

CO2: Test and evaluate the fabric dimensional and aesthetic properties.

CO3: Test and evaluate the fabric comfort properties.

Course Title GARMENT TECHNOLOGY LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-312LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course students will able to:

CO1: Design and develop drafts for basic patterns.

CO2: Make use of different types of sewing machines.

CO3: Construct samples of various seam classes.

CO4: Create different stitch classes

Course Title KNITTING TECHNOLOGY LAB
Course Code PCC-TEX-314LA
Course Outcomes After completing this course students will able to:

CO1: Identify various components of flat and circular knitting machines.

CO2: Explain different process parameters in designing of weft knitted structure.

CO3: Analyse weft knitted fabric structures.

Course Title TECHNICAL TEXTILES – I
Course Code TT-401N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Define and classify the technical textile.

CO2: Explain the properties of technical textile materials.

CO3: Explain the functioning and applications of textile material in filtration, geotextile and transportation.

CO4: Design the fabric for technical textile application.

Course Title ADVANCED CHEMICAL PROCESSING
Course Code TT-405 N
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Understand the advance and eco-friendly methods of pretreatment and dyeing processes.

CO2: Explain the novel printing techniques and functional finishes.

CO3: Understand the various light sources and colour matching functions used in CCM.

CO4: Understand the working principle and use of spectrophotometer in colour matching and recipe prediction for textile materials.

Course Title PROCESS CONTROL IN SPINNING
Course Code TT-415N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Understand the optimization process for selection of raw material.

CO2: Control the variation in different stages of yarn manufacturing process

CO3: Identify the yarn faults and measures to control it.

CO4: Explain the method of machine maintenance and audit in spinning unit.

CO5: Control the waste level in different stages of spinning and calculate yarn realization.

Course Title PROCESS CONTROL IN WEAVING
Course Code TT-421N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Understand the process parameters for different section in fabric manufacturing process.

CO2: Explain the productivity and quality measures used in weaving preparatory processes.

CO3: Understand the quality norms for different section fabric manufacturing

CO4: Explain the productivity and quality measures used in loom shed.

CO5: Understand the productivity, machine maintenance and machine audit in various section of fabric manufacturing.

Course Title PROCESS CONTROL IN GARMENT
Course Code TT-419N
Course Outcome After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Understand microprocessor based automation in various stages of garment manufacturing.

CO2: Discuss the concept of production, planning and control.

CO3: Select the sewing thread, stitch and seam for various applications.

CO4: Describe quality control aspects of sewing thread stitch and seam.

CO5: Understand the quality management in garment exports.

Course Title PROCESS CONTROL IN CHEMICAL PROCESSING
Course Code TT-417N
Course Outcome After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Understand process control parameters in grey fabric.

CO2: Discuss the process control parameters in pretreatment process.

CO3: Explain quality control parameters for dyeing, printing and finishing.

CO4: Summarise evaluation test methods for dyes, chemicals, auxiliaries and pretreated fabrics.

Course Title ADVANCED CHEMICAL PROCESSING LAB
Course Code TT-407N
Purpose To provide hands-on experience to use Computer Colour Matching system in determination and evaluation of pretreated and dyed textile material.
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Make use of spectrophotometer for analysing properties of pretreated and dyed fabric sample.

CO2: Evaluate fastness properties using computer colour matching system.

Course Title TECHNICAL TEXTILES – II
Course Code TT-402N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Explain the application of textile materials in medical field.

CO2: Understand the protective textile functions and their applications.

CO3: Illustrate the smart technology for textile and clothing.

CO4: Describe  about sportech, agrotech and packtech

Course Title TEXTILE COSTING
Course Code TT-404N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Understand the basic concept of costing.

CO2: Explain the financial terms used in costing department.

CO3: Describe the cost structure in textile industry.

CO4: Explain labour allocation and rationalization of labours in textile industries.

Course Title MANAGEMENT OF TEXTILE  PRODUCTION
Course Code TT-406N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Define different sectors of Indian textile industry.

CO2: Get idea about plant location and layout for textile industries.

CO3: Describe the concept of production planning control and ERP.

CO4: Understand the concept of air conditioning, power consumption, maintenance and work management in textile industry.

CO5: Explain different measures to be taken for maintaining good working environment in industry.

Course Title HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBRES
Course Code TT- 416 N
Course Outcomes After completing this course student will be able to:

CO1: Understand polymerization, spinning properties and applications of aromatic polyamide and ordered polymeric fibers.

CO2: Explain manufacturing process, structure and properties of carbon fibers.

CO3: Describe manufacturing process of optical fibers, structure and properties of flexible chain high performance fibers and their application.

CO4: Understand glass fibers, membrane technology, plasma treatment, and fibers used in medical textiles.

Course Title NONWOVEN TECHNOLOGY
Course Code TT-420N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Classify the nonwoven according to web formation techniques, bonding techniques and applications.

CO2: State the requirements of fibre properties for web formation.

CO3: Understand the process of needle punching, stitch bonding, adhesive bonding, hot calendaring and fusion bonding.

CO4: Explain the finishing and applications of nonwoven.

CO5: Identify the defects in nonwoven products.

Course Title PROCESSING OF MAN MADE FIBRES AND BLENDED TEXTILES
Course Code TT-422N
Course Outcomes After completing this course, students will be able to:

CO1: Outline the pretreatment processes of manmade and blended fabrics.

CO2: Explain the dyeing of manmade and blended fabrics.

CO3: Describe the printing on synthetic and their blended fabrics.

CO4: Explain the mechanical and chemical finishes on synthetic and their blended fabrics.

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