The evolution of the textile industry has brought about big changes in the function of plant-engineering. Present-day production machines and processes have developed out of all recognition from their forebears. They have become complex and intricate, and incorporate some of the most advanced engineering techniques. The Encyclopaedia of Textiles contains the areas: Textile Management Textile Designing Textile Automation Textile Mechanics Textile Spinning and Weaving Technology The textile has undergone many profound changes, and it seems that processes and methods in textile technology will continue to change with far-reaching effects on administrative procedures.
Professor P.V. Vidyasagar born in Karnataka and took his Textile Engineering in 1978. He was Honorary Associated Professor in the School of Textile Technology and the University of Bradford, and took voluntary retirement in 1989. During this petirement in 1989. During this period he travelled extensively over Europe, the Middle East and the America on consultation work. His research work over the years has concentrated on the interaction of surfactants with dyestuffs and the effect of surfactants and the effect of surfacants on the carbonising of wool, and he has numerous articles on the subject. His earlier book entitled Handbook of Textiles has been widely acclaimed.
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