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“We also decided that we’d use a more modern version of the engine Henne employed—the liter-size airhead that BMW put in the R100/7.”

  1. Reed Count
    It is calculated in stock port . of dents in 2 inches is called Reed Count.
    Reed Count = EPI/(1 + Weft crimp %age)
  2. Reed Width
    Reed Width = Cloth Width *(100+ weft crimp %age)/100
  3. Crimp Percentage
    Crimp %age = {(Warp length - Cloth length)/Cloth Length}* 100
    Crimp %age = {(Warp width - Cloth width)/Cloth width}* 100
  4. Cloth Cover Factor
    1. Cloth Cover Factor = +. - {(. - )/28}
  5. Maximum EPI for particular count
    1.  
    2. other design = (Ends /Repeat * 1/Yarn Diametre)/ (No of intersections/repeat+ ends/repeat)
  6. Warp Density

    •                             = <350
    • Weave Density = 50+{(Warp Density - 100) * - 100} /{(Weft Density - 100)* - 100}
    • Effective Weave Density = W. D x K of loom width x K of Design
                                           = < 72
    Wp / filling - K  Loom Width - K  Weave Design - K Cotton = 140 cm - Plain1/1 = Polyester/Cotton = 180 cm - Twill 1/2 = Viscose Filament = 190 cm - Matt, Gabardine 2/2 = Polyester Filament = 220 cm - Drill 1/3 = 250 cm - Satin 1/4 = 330 cm - 360 cm –
  7. To change the count and the number of thread / inch , keeping the same denseness of fabric
    To change the count without altering the denseness of the fabric
    EPI in = (EPI in 2 /EPI in given cloth) * count in given cloth
    To change the EPI without altering the denseness of the fabric
  8. Warp requirement to weave the cloth
    • Warp weight in grams /metre = {(Total Ends * * * crimp %)/(840 * count)} * wastage %
    • Weft weight in grams /metre ={(. in inches * * PPI)/(840 * count)} * wastage % * crimp %
    • Cloth length in metres with given weft weight=( weft weight in kgs * weft count * 1848 * )/(PPI * in inches)

    For silk and Polyester
    • Warp weight in grams /metre ={(Total Ends * count (Denier) )/9000} * wastage % * crimp %
    • Weft weight in grams /metre = {( in inches * count(Denier)* PPI)/9000}* wastage % * crimp %

    Allowance for count in bleached and Dyed fabric
    becomes 4%
    2. FinerDyed counts become max 6% Coarser

  9. Fabric Production Calculation
    • Loom Speed = Motor RPM * (Motor Pully Diametre)/(Loom Pully Diametre)
    • Loom Effeciency Percentage = (Actual Production/Calculated Production )* 100
    • Moisture Regain Percentage = {(Yarn Weight - Dried Yarn Weight)/Dried Yarn weight} * 100
    • Moistue Content Percentage = {(Yarn Weight - Dried Yarn Weight)/Yarn weight} * 100 
    • Type of Yarn Moisture Regain % Moisture Content % Cotton Jute Silk Rayon, Viscose Wool Nylon
    • Warp Weight in Kg = (Total Ends * Tape Length in metres)/( * Warp Count)
    • Weft Weight in Kg = ( in centimetres * cloth length in metres * PPI )/( * weft Count)
    • Cloth weight in GSM = {EPI/Warp Cout)+(PPI/Weft count)}*
    • oz (ounce ) per sq. yard = GSM(Grams per sq. metre)/34
  10. Material Measurement  
     To calculate the length of any rolled fabrics, this formula gives the nearest accuracy.
      L = {(D-d)(D+d)}/t 
     Where L = Length of material (Feet)    t = Thickness of fabrics (inches) 
               D = Outside diameter (inches)   d = Inside diameter (inches)

  11. Weight of yarn in a cloth
    The weight of cloth manufactured on looms depends upon the weight of yarns in thewarp and weft: ends/inch, picks/inch and the weight of size on the warp. Therefore,
     Cloth weight = Weight of warp + Weight of weft + Weight of size (All inlbs.)
    Where as Weight of warp in lbs. = (Total No. of Ends * Tape Length in Yards)/(840 * warp yarn count)

  12. Also 
         

Not every product is perfect, and like other analog displays on this list, the Black and Decker also shares similar issues.  The temperature setting ranges from 175 – 400 °F, and goes up in about 50 degree increments meaning a ballpark figure is the best you could hope for.  It’s not a big deal considering the forgiving nature of air frying.

User can create, shape and manipulate reality just by thinking about it; while weaker users are limited to what is already considered "real", stronger ones can make changes from nothing. Depending on the power of a reality warper, they may alter something as tangible as physics to something inconceivable like logic.

Note: The values for TOS speeds were calculated using the Warp Factor-Cubed equation found on page 555 of the Star Trek Encyclopedia. The values for the more modern warp speeds were directly copied from page 556 of the Star Trek Encyclopedia.

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