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APPLICATION OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNIQUE FOR BETTER PRODUCTIVITY IN GARMENTS PRODUCTION

Author
Mst. Murshida Khatun
Textile Engineering
Daffodil International University
Abstract: 
The paper comparing the productivity and efficiency before and after applying the Industrial engineering technique. This is true today Millions of dollars are wasted each and every day in organization, through lack of awareness of this need to constantly improve productivity. Most of it can be stopped. By using method, time, capacity and production study, it is possible to improve productivity while reducing wastage. Two important attributes have been considered, one is possible standard method for each process and another is considerable time. Time study took to record the actual individual capacity of each worker.
The time has been recorded to make each process for each and every worker to find out the
optimum number of operator and helper, type of machines, basic and standard pitch time and individual capacity. To find out the (standard minute value) S.M.V, process wise capacity has been calculate.
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Effect of Yarn Count on the Dyeing Performance of Reactive Dye in Exhaust Method

Author
Mst. Murshida Khatun
Textile Engineering
Daffodil International University

Abstract 

The purpose of this research is to investigate the effect of yarn count on the dyeing performance of reactive dye in exhaust method. To carry out investigation five different count of cotton yarn e.g. 10Ne, 20Ne, 30Ne, 40Ne and 50Ne were taken. After scouring and bleaching each count of yarn are dyed with reactive dye in exhaust process, 60°C isotherm. Different shades for each yarn count were used. After dyeing the reflectance and exhaustion as well as the fixation percentage (the most important criteria) are measured by the Spectrophotometer. Many samples which can be compared with each other i.e. different fixation has been got for different count for the same exhaust method and shade percentage. There is gradual order of these data. This generally reflects the theoretical concept of higher the cotton count, less the color strength & higher the brightness.
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