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Why use Linear Programming
Developments in Wet Processing
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ATIRA automatic looms azoics Basic Total bleaching blend fabrics blend yarn Canfed Fly Frame cellulose cloth CMC HVB colour Combed Conventional Preparatory cost cotton cylinder and doffer desizing Duo-carding Duo-flat dyed effect Elongation enzyme Expenses per Month flat speed French chalk gallons Grey Yarn high production High Speed Imperfections/100 increase intermediate drying Karnak kier lea tested Lickerin Linear Programming loomshed Maize mercerised metallic fillets methods Modern Preparatory Mutton Tallow Optical whitener Ordinary payback percent performance polynosics polyvinyl acetate poplin Production Rate Profit Ques reactive dyes recipes reduced Reed/Pick resin finished Ring Frame Roving sanforizing scouring Sequence Sized Yarn Sliver Slubbing-Inter sodium Softner solubilised vats Sort spinning spun starch Table-IV Tapioca tensile textile tion Total Savings Trionised Tufcel Uster UTL4F vat dyes Vincel viscose fibre warp tension Warp Weft wash and wear weaver weaving Wetting agent Winding yard Yarn Quality yarn strength