Faheem Uddin

Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education

Prof. Dr. Faheem Uddin has a PhD degree in textile special finish processing from the University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom. His current research and study interests are processing and utilization of fibers, textiles, clays, and their composite structures. Special technical effects including flame retardancy, heat resistance, cellulose/cotton cross-linking, and energy conservation in fiber materials processing are of particular interest. He is fellow of The Textile Institute, United Kingdom. He received the Best Research Paper Award by the Higher Education Commission, Pakistan, and the Research Productivity Award, PSF, Pakistan. Dr. Uddin is principal author of over 40 peer-reviewed research publications and has presented his research at several international conferences. He is member of several editorial boards of research journals and is currently a professor and chairperson at the Technology Department at Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE), Karachi. Previously he served as associate professor and secretary at the Advanced Study and Research Board at NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, and professor at BUITEMS, Quetta.

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Textile manufacturing is an important subject in textile programs and processing industries. The introduction of manmade and synthetic fibers, such as polyester, nylon, acrylic, cellulose, and Kevlar, among others, has greatly expanded the variety of textile products available today. In addition, new fiber development has brought about new machines for producing yarns, fabrics, and garments. Textile Manufacturing Processes is a collection of academic and research work in the field of textile manufacturing. Written by experts, chapters cover topics such as yarn manufacturing, fabric manufacturing, and garment and technical textiles. This book is useful for students, industry workers, and anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of textile manufacturing.

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