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CLOSE THIS BOOKSmall-Scale Weaving (ILO - WEP, 1983, 144 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPREFACE
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Elements of technological choice in the weaving sector
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Scales of production covered by the memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Product coverage
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Technologies covered by the memorandum
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Target audience
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. Summary of remaining chapters
CHAPTER II. PRODUCTION OF WARPS AND PIRNS
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Production of warps
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Production of pirns
CHAPTER III. WEAVING TECHNOLOGIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Weaving fundamentals
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Loom types in relation to scale of production
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Hand looms
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Non-automatic power looms
VIEW THE DOCUMENTV. Automatic power looms
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVI. Shuttleless looms
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVII. Ancillary equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTVIII. Yarn requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIX. Product quality
VIEW THE DOCUMENTX. Factory space requirements and layout
CHAPTER IV. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE WEAVING TECHNOLOGIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Suitability of loom types and scales of production
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Methodological framework for the estimation of unit production costs
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIV. Economic comparison of weaving options
CHAPTER V. SOCIO-ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE WEAVING TECHNOLOGIES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTI. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENTII. Impact of alternative weaving technologies
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIII. Policy measures for the promotion of appropriate weaving technologies
APPENDICES
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX I. Compound interest, factors
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX II. Textile terms and definitions
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX III. Equipment manufacturers
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX IV. Institutions able to supply technological information related to textiles
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAPPENDIX V. Selected bibliography
VIEW THE DOCUMENTQUESTIONNAIRE
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