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50th Joint Technological Conference at ATIRA, Ahmedabad
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Feb '09
A total of 30 Technical Papers will be presented during the 2 day conference. This year, being Golden Jubilee of JTC, Speakers are not only from ATIRA, BTRA, NITRA and SITRA but also from other leading Research Institutes/Industries from India as well as Countries like China, Turkey, U.K., U.S.A., Germany and so on.

Date:4 - 5, March 2009 Venue:ATIRA, Ahmedabad

Presentation Details:
Ginning & Spinning

Importance of Ginning Industry in the Trade & Economy of Cotton - Suresh Kotak, Kotak & Co. Ltd., Mumbai

Recent Ginning and Delinting Technology in China - W.D.Wang, Sinocot, China

Ginnery Management for Quality Lint Production - G.R.Anap, Former World Bank Cotton Consultant

Changes in Cotton Ginning and Pressing Scenario in India during 1998-2008 - M.K.Sharma, Bajaj Steel Industries Ltd., Nagpur

Latest Trend in International Ginning - Osman Balken, Turkey

Export Potentials of Indian Cottons - John Mitchell, Cargill Co., USA

System Effectiveness in Cotton Ginning Process - S.M.Dalal and others, BTRA

On-line Cotton Moisturizing System - - K.H.Panchal and A.K.Agarwal, ATIRA and Dexter Gintech Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad

A Study on Optimum Twist in Cotton Roving - - K.P.Chellamani and others, SITRA

Spinning Parameters affecting Yarn Hairiness - P.H.Shah and others, ATIRA

Interaction of the Properties of Individual Cotton Fibres in a Blend - Arindam Basu, SITRA

Modernisation of Machines in Spinning Mills - D.Shanmuganandam and J. Sreenivasan, SITRA

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ATIRA was established on 13th December 1947, and started in 1949 after due recognition by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. Later it was linked to the Ministry of Textiles. ATIRA is located in Ahmedabad, an autonomous non-profit association for textile research.

ATIRA membership is voluntary. Of 101 units spread all over India and abroad, 64 are Ginning, Spinning, Weaving, Process Houses and Composite Textile Units and 37 are manufacturers of fibres, dyes, chemicals, instruments, equipments and machinery.

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