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The textile industry is becoming an increasingly competitive environment. Differentiating products by quality is particularly important. Testing can be performed both to improve product quality and achieve compliance to international, regional or retailer specific standards. Fabric testing provides a comprehensive review of the tests available for fabrics. The book begins with introductory chapters which discuss the scope, importance and statistical analysis of fabric testing. The book then reviews various types of fabric tests such as fabric composition testing, physical and mechanical tests, fabric chemical testing, how to test appearance, permeability, comfort and flammability, as well as dyeing and colouring tests and key issues in testing textile samples. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors Fabric testing will be a valuable resource for designers, technologists, quality inspectors and testing institutes in the textile industry. It will also be relevant for academics and students within the textile field.
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Jillian Hunter is an American author of historical romance novels. In 2015, Hunter's Forbidden to love the duke was featured in NPR's list of 'books to light your fire for Valentine's Day'.
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