100 Fill in the Blanks for Textile Engineering Students & Job Holders

100 Fill in the Blanks for Textile Engineering Students & Job Holders

R.S. Balakumar
M.A.(SOCIOLOGY ), M.L.M.(Labour Management), Pursuing MBA (EXECUTIVE) in (FASHION-TECH), MISTE.,
Chennai, India
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1. Proteinase fibers are known as ------------------------------------
a. Animal fiber.   b. Man made fiber.   c. Vegetable fiber   d. Mineral fiber

2. The following is a leaf fiber ----------------------------------- .
a. Kenaf   b. Pina   c. Kapok   d. Coir .

3. The cross section of cotton is----------------.
a. Bean shaped   b. Dog bone shaped   c. Round shaped   d. Triangular shape

4. Wet strength of cotton is _____________ its dry strength
a. higher than   b. lower than   c. same as   d. comparable

5. Linen is the fabric of __________ fiber
a. cotton   b. flax   c. silk   d. wool

6. Retting is ____________ rotting done for bast fibers.
a. fungal   b. enzymatic   c. bacterial   d. chemical

7. Coir is a _________ fiber 

a. seed   b. leaf   c. bast   d. protein

8. Cotton is soluble in __________.

a. concentrated acids   b. alkali   c. solvents   d. chemicals

9. Basic unit of cotton is __________. 

a. cellulose   b. amino acids   c. amide   d. mineral

10. In the cross section of the matured cotton which of the following part is collapsed?
a. lumen   b. cuticle   c. Primary cell wall   d. secondary cell wall

11. The longitudinal section of flax shows nodes which resemble_________
a. bamboo stalk   b. corn stalk   c. wheat stalk   d. rice stalk -

12. Abaca – a leaf fiber belongs to which family?
a. banana   b. pineapple   c. bamboo   d. sisal

13. ______________is a mechanical finish.
a. mercerization   b. tentering   c. durable press   d. anti static

14. The first synthetic dye was discovered by __________________.
a. Henry James   b. William Henry Perkin   c. Thomas Perkin   d. William James

15. ______________ finish is essentially an ironing process.
a. sizing   b. calendaring   c. singeing   d. scouring

16. ______________ is a natural dye.
a. acid dye   b. basic dye   c. indigo dye   d. vat dye

17. A dye is composed of ________________ and ______________.
a. auxochrome and chromophore   b. pigments and ink   c. auxochrome and pigment   d. chromophore and ink

18. Cross dyeing gives which effect to the fabrics?
a. Yarn dyed   b. solid dyed   c. checks   d. prints

19. ____________ is a type of resist printing.
a. Batik printing   b. block printing   c. jet printing   d. discharge printing

20. ____________ is a non woven fabric made from wool fibers
a. gingham   b. leno   c. pile   d. felt

21. ____________ printing is usually done on dark backgrounds.
a. Resist   b. discharge   c. block   d.screen

22. __________ is a basic routine finish.
a. Durable press   b. shrinkage resistance   c. singeing   d. flame retardancy

23. Wool has ___________ surface.
a. Scaly   b. smooth   c. hairy   d. soft

24. Dry strength of cotton is ___________ wet strength of cotton.
a. Higher than   b. same as   c. lower than   d. comparable

25. Garments are dyed in which stage?

a. Fabric stage   b. fiber stage   c. yarn stage   d. product stage

26. The odour of silk on burning is of ____________.
a. Burning Paper   b. burning hair   c. acrid   d. celery

27. ___________ is a resist printing method.
a. Block printing b. ikat printing c. discharge printing d. duplex printing

28. __________ is a natural fiber.
a. Nylon   b. polyester   c. wool   d. rayon

29. _________ is turns per inch in a yarn.

a. Count   b. twist   c. thickness   d. fineness

30. _________ and _______ are two types of screen printing.
a. Flat and rotary b. circular and roller c. cylindrical and flat d. cylindrical and circular

31. ___________ and _____________ are basic weaves.
a. Twill and satin   b. satin and pile   c. dobby and jacquard   d. plain and leno

32. __________ is the basic unit of fabric.
a. Fiber   b. yarn   c. texture   d. dye

33. Which is a regenerated manmade fiber?
a. Cellulose Acetate   b. nylon   c. acrylic   d. flax

34. The initial straightening process of fibers in the ring spinning process is known as _____________.
a. Combing   b. carding   c. doubling   d. roving

35. The other name of spiral yarn is ____________
a. Corkscrew yarn   b. nub yarn   c. boucle yarn   d. chenille yarn

36. Which is the weave in which the warp yarns are placed around each other in weaving?
a. Leno weave   b. pile weave   c. crepe weave   d. plain weave

37. Short length fibers are known as _________
a. Filament fibers   b. staple fibers   c. blended fibers   d. union fibers

38. When two or more single strands are twisted together, it is known as _________ yarns.
a. Ply yarns   b. novelty yarns   c. cabled yarns   d. doubled yarns

39. The two types of twist direction are __________ and __________.
a. S twist and Z twist   b. S twist and Y twist   c. Y twist and Z twist   d. X twist and Y twist

40. ____________ is a variation of plain weave.
a. Twill weave   b. satin weave   c. rib weave   d. Dobby weave

41. _________ needle is generally used for weft knitting.
a. Latch needle   b. spring beard needle   c. compound needle   d. double latch needle

42. __________ dyeing is generally used for fabrics
a. Cross   b. stock   c. mass pigmentation   d. skein dyeing

43. __________ is a special finish used for fabrics.
a. Tentering   b. water repellent   c. singeing   d. scouring

44. _________ are vertical columns of stitches in a knitted fabric.

a. Wales   b. courses   c. warp   d. weft

45. __________ is a fancy weave.
a. Satin   b. Basket   c. twill   d. extra weft technique

46. Which is the type of finishes that improve the appearance of the fabric?
a. Crabbing   b. Calendaring   c. Antistatic   d. fireproof

47. In which type of dyeing is both textile and dye bath circulated?
a. Stock dyeing   b. combination dyeing   c. top dyeing  d. beam dyeing

48. ________ is a synthetic fiber.
a. Acetate   b. rayon   c. nylon   d. silk

49. Which of the following is a fabric made directly from fibers?
a. Non woven   b. woven   c. knitted   d. braided

50. _________ are horizontal columns of stitches in a knit fabric.
a. Courses   b. wales   c. warp   d. weft

51. _________ is a fancy weave which gives small geometric patterns
a. Dobby weave   b. jacquard weave   c. double cloth   d. pile weave

52. Damask fabric has which kind of weave?
a. Crepe weave   b. extra weft technique   c. jacquard weave   d. leno weave

53. ______________ weave is a hand produced, filling faced plain weave fabric.
a. Tapestry   b. satin   c. twill   d. dobby

54. __________ is the final product of several drawing out operations in a ring spinning process.
a. Card sliver b. comb sliver c. roving d. lap

55. The higher the number of yarn count, the _____________ the yarn
a. Finer   b. thicker   c. softer   d. coarser

56. Cross section shape of linen is __________ shaped.
a. Polygonal   b. round   c. oval   d. bean shaped

57. Which of the following novelty yarn has soft twisted areas at frequent intervals?
a. Slub yarns   b. spiral yarns   c. ply yarns   d. cord yarns

58. The additional process of arranging the fibers in a parallel fashion in ring spinning is known as _________.
a. Carding   b. combing   c. doubling   d. roving

59. When two or more ply yarns are twisted together, they are designated as _________  yarns.
a. Single yarn   b. cabled yarns   c. chenille yarns   d. loop yarns

60. The number of warp yarns and weft yarns in a square inch of fabric is known as__________.

a. Yarn count   b. gsm   c. thickness   d. fabric count

61. On the loom the plain weave requires only_______ harnesses.

a. Two   b. four   c. one   d. three

62. Paddle machines are primarily used for _________ dyeing.
a. Yarn   b. fiber   c. product   d. fabric

63. Name of a direct printing method.
a. Block   b. tie and dye   c. discharge printing   d. ikat

64. Name of a basic finish on fabric.
a. Bleaching   b. durable press   c. flame retardant   d. crease resistant

65. Which is the finishing process by which the vegetable matter in wool fibers is removed?
a. Decating   b. Carbonizing   c. crabbing   d. calendaring

66. Which dyes are known as cold dyes?
a. Naphthol dyes   b. acid dyes   c. direct dyes   d. basic dyes

67. ____________ is a fabrication process using needles to form interlocking loops.
a. weaving   b. felting   c. knitting   d. braiding

68. Which of the below is a fabric made from yarns?
a. film   b. foam   c. felt   d. lace

69. The ability of the fiber to bend repeatedly without breaking is known as ________.
a. flexibility b. elongation c. elasticity d. tensile strength

70. __________ is the light reflected from a fabric surface

a. creep   b. cover c. luster d. texture

71. Which of the below mentioned fibers have maximum crimp?
a. Wool   b. cotton   c. silk d. flax

72. The cross section of nylon is ___________ shaped.
a. triangular   b. dog bone   c. round   d. lobal

73. Wool fiber is a protein called __________.
a. keratin b. fibroin c. sericin d. cellulose

74. A __________ is the lengthwise self-edge of a fabric.
a. balance   b. selvedge   c. grain   d. width

75. The lengthwise yarns in a woven fabric are known as __________.
a. warp yarns   b. weft yarns   c. wales   d. courses

76. ________ was the first manufactured cellulosic fiber.
a. viscose rayon   b. cellulose acetate   c. cotton   d. flax

77. ____________ has outstanding durability.
a. jute   b. rayon   c. acetate   d. nylon

78. Polyester is produced by ________ spinning.
a. ring   b. friction   c. melt   d. hand

79. _________ is an elastomeric fiber.
a. spandex   b. nylon   c. cotton   d. acetate

80. Kenaf is obtained from the __________ of the plant.
a. leaf   b. bast   c. seed   d. root

81. The ___________ linkage is the most important part of the chemical structure of wool.
a. sulphur   b. nitrogen   c. hydrogen   d. oxygen

82. Medulla is absent in _____________ wool.
a. fine   b. coarse   c. thick   d. rough

83. The basic unit of the flax is ________.
a. protein   b. amino   c. cellulose   d. amide

84. ___________ is the French word for caterpillar
a. chenille   b. spiral   c. corkscrew   d. eccentric

85. Yarn count is denoted by _______.
a. De.   b. gm   c. Ne   d. Xe

86. ____________ describes a color that is uniform and looks the same throughout the product.
a. fast   b. bleed   c. level   d. sorting

87. Direct dyes are primarily used for ___________ fibers.
a. silk   b. cotton   c. polyester   d. wool

88. What are the yarns perpendicular to the selvedge in a woven fabric known as?
a. Weft yarns   b. warp yarns   c. wales   d. courses

89. What is the process of yarn tie and dye known as?
a. bandhini   b. leheria   c. ikat   d. batik

90. __________ is a novelty yarn.
a. single yarn   b. slub yarn   c. ply yarn   d. cord yarn

91. Cellulosic fibers are known as
a. Animal fiber.   b. Man made fiber.   c. Vegetable fiber   d. Mineral fiber

92. Wool is damaged in __________
a. concentrated acids   b. alkali   c. solvents   d. chemicals

93. In the cross section of the matured cotton which of the following part is the outermost part?
a. lumen   b. cuticle   c. Primary cell wall   d. secondary cell wall

94. The longitudinal section of cotton shows ____________
a. twists   b. openings   c. scales   d. sericin

95. Union dyeing gives which effect to the fabrics?
a. Yarn dyed   b. solid dyed   c. checks   d. prints

96. Long length fibers are known as _________
a. Filament fibers   b. staple fibers   c. blended fibers   d. union fibers

97. _________ is a fancy weave which gives large figured patterns
a. Dobby weave   b. jacquard weave   c. double cloth   d. pile weave

98. Brocade fabric has which kind of weave?
a. Crepe weave   b. extra weft technique   c. jacquard weave   d. leno weave

99. On the loom the twill weave requires _______ harnesses.
a. Two to three   b. three to four   c. one to two   d. four to five

100. Silk fiber is a protein called __________.
a. keratin   b. fibroin   c. sericin   d. cellulose


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