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					6. FACILITIES Physical facilities of Department of Textile Engineering include 8 classrooms, one of which is technological classroom, and the Textile Engineering Laboratory building.

Classrooms: 6 of the classrooms are in the buildings of the College of Engineering and Architecture and 2 classrooms are in the Textile Engineering Laboratory building. Capacities of these classrooms are given in Table 6.1. Table 6.1. Classrooms in Department of Textile Engineering Classroom A4 R301 Y204 D303 D307 D202 L1 L2 Capacity 110 35 36 90 110 72 40 20 Format Hall Technical Drawing Technological Classroom Classroom Classroom Classroom Classroom Laboratory Hall

Some of the courses, which have a larger number of students compared with the capacity of the classrooms, are divided into branches in some of the courses in order to improve quality of education and interaction between students and faculty. Number of the students in Department of Textile Engineering is in Table 6.2.

Tablo 6.2. Number of the students in Department of Textile Engineering Year 1stYear 2ndYear 3rdYear 4thYear Total Number of Students in Regular (Day) Education 102 114 94 140 450 Number of Students in Evening Education 62 74 71 89 296

12 LCD projectors and 1 overhead projector are available for the academic staff during courses. Faculty may also use the LCD projectors and projectors of the faculty.

Laboratory Facilities Laboratory studies are carried out in the Textile Engineering Laboratory building with an area of about 1000 m2 . The building is composed of a ground floor and a mezzanine floor. There are 7 laboratories, 1 laboratory hall and 1 classroom on the ground floor and 1 laboratory, 1 conference hall and 16 offices of the academic staff on the mezzanine floor. Equipments in these laboratories are listed in Table 6.3. Table 6.3. Equipments in Textile Engineering Laboratories
Laboratory Equipment Research Micropcopy (equipped with microprojection) Research Micropcopy Melting point assessment equipment Drying Oven Ash Oven Light Micropcopy Light Micropcopy Precision Cutter for Micropcopy Light Cabinet Digital Ion Analysis Drying Oven Drying Oven Drying Oven High resolution analysis scale High resolution scale Circulating bath Magnetic stirrer Sample dyeing machine Sample dyeing machine pH Meter Centrifuge Vacuum-operated drying chamber Combing machine (24 can capacity) Open-End Rotor Spinning Machine (24 can capacity) Texturing Machine Linking Machine Lockstitch Sewing Machine Overlock Sewing Machine Pattern design programme Brand Leitz Wetzlar Dialux 20 EB Olympus Electrothermal 9200 Nüve ES 500 Nüve MF 120 Leitz Bausch&Lomb James H. Heal Taylan Orion Research Model601A Heraeus 5023 Deltacoist B.K.B. Mettler H20 AND HF2000G Thermomix 1480 B.Braun Melsungen Nüve MK318 Termal Öm-el Engineering Hanna Janetzki T5 Heraeus VI 5042 K Schlumberger Schlafhorst Arct FT F483 KMF Juki Brother ASSYST Number 1 1 1 1 1 9 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

Fiber Technology

Textile Chemistry

Yarn Technology

Clothing Technology

Table 6.3. Equipments in Textile Engineering Laboratories (Continues)


Knitting Technology

Weaving Technology

Textile Physics

Equipment Laboratory type warping machine and tricot type warp knitting machine Tricot type warp knitting machine Pattern Unit Flat knitting machine Flat hand knitting machine Flat hand knitting machine Flat hand knitting machine Circular knitting machine Circular knitting machine Circular knitting machine Circular knitting machine Circular knitting machine Variable-Speed Drive for Setting of the Pick Density (Education Model) Narrow width Weaving Machine Weaving machine Positive Cam Shedding (Education Model) Air -Jet Weaving Machine Flexible Rapier Drive Mechanism (Education Model) Flexible Rapier Weaving Machinery Flexible Rapier Weaving Machinery Mechanic Dobby Shedding Mechanic Jacquard Mechanism Shuttle Weaving Machinery Handloom Filling Selection Mechanism Drive Mechanisms of Weaving Machinery (Education Model) Sley Drive Mechanism (Education Model) Research Micropcopy Research Micropcopy Pilling tester Gray scale Fiber testing device High resolution scale Testing Equipment for Yarn Twist Yarn Count Reel Yarn Count Reel Air conditioner Crockmeter Fabric Abrasion and Pilling tester Testing Equipment for Fabric Bending Rigidity Fabric Thickness Tester

Brand Karl Mayer KL4 Liba Copcentra 3 POL Stoll VDU Stoll ANVH-B Silver Reed SR155 Singer Arminia Falmac FSB 3XSK Falmac FDB 3.2XDK Fouquet A4815 Terrot UP 148 MLVP/4 Vamatex ATPR Vamatex Sulzer Ruti G6100 Picanol OMNI Vamatex Sulzer Ruti F2000 Sulzer Ruti F2001 Fimtessile -Saurer 1002 -Staubli Sulzer Ruti G6100 Vamatex Olympus CH40 Olympus ST-PT (kameralı) ICI Pilling Box AATCC/ISO Hepco DL53 Scaltec SBA 41 Officine Brustio Çıngıllar Zweigle Reutlingen Fuji James H. Heal James H. Heal -R&B-James H. Heal

Number 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

Table 6.3. Equipments in Textile Engineering Laboratories (Continues)
Laboratory Equipment Brand Number

Textile Physics

Testing Devive for Strength Measurements Testing Devive for Fiber Strength Measurements Air Humidifying Equipment Sample and Pattern Cutter Spectrophotometer Dryer Oscilloscope Padding mangle Steam Generator Steam Chamber Washing Machine Drying Oven Stirrer Laboratory Type Printing Table Laboratory Type Stenter Frame Sample dyeing machine Sample dyeing machine Padding mangle Magnetic stirrer Microwave Oven Ozone generator pH meter Pilot Scale RF (Radio frequency) Dryer Water bath Water bath Digital Burette Spray Test Barco Vision Projector Overhead projector Slide projector Television Video

Instron 4301 Pressley Bionaire James H. Heal Macbeth ColorEye MS2020 PL Dryhome GDS-806S Good Will Kay-Mak Makina Kapsan -Beko 2612C Nüve FN 500S -Johannes Zimmer Mini MDF-R 556 Taylan Dyetech Boyap Polybath Taylan Labotay 410N W. Mathis AG VFM 32592 Nüve MK 318 Bosch Opal 8314 -Nüve BM 302 Tıpfen Isolab -Polaroid Novascope 400 Kinderman Visual Presentation Toshiba Roadstar VHS

1 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1

Treatment Technology

Education Equipments

Tests and analyses for industry are also carried out in these laboratories in addition to practices (Table 6.4).

Tablo 6.4. Tests and analyses in Textile Engineering Laboratories

Fiber Tests

Yarn Tests

Clothing Tests

Color Fastness

Colour Measurement

Chemical Analyses

Qualitative fiber analysis Individual fiber length Single fiber strength Bundle fiber strength Maturity test via microprojection Linear density Twist Breaking Strength and Elongation Filament number Filament/stapel fiber comparison Punch number Weft and warp yarn linear density Weft and warp yarn twist Crimp of yarn in fabric Weft and warp density Weight per unit area Thickness Bending rigidity Weave type Seam density Seam strength Seam opening Breaking strength Pilling (ICI Pilling Box) Abrasion resistance (Martindale) Mass loss Washing Water Crocking (wet-dry) Color and Color difference Whiteness Yellowness Brightness Color strength (reflectance) Total sulfur on viscone fiber (Quantitative) Sizing agent (Quantitative)

Computer Facilities Students make the practice of TEK 1004 Computer Programming in the computer laboratories of the Faculty. Internet connection is provided with the computers allocated for this purpose in the Faculty and via the computers in central library. Wireless internet connection is also available in central library for the students with laptop computer. The Academic Staff is also provided with computers with internet connection in their offices. Library Facilities

Central library located in Görükle Campus is available for students and academic staff. There are 46297 bibliographic records of publications (41226 books, 4316 theses, 697 periodicals and 58 others) in the central library with a capacity of 830 people as of December 2005. There are also 17 on-line data bases, which can be connected via university network free of charge.

Health Facilities University Hospital and Medico-Social Centre serve the students and university personnel. Psychological guidance is also provided in Medico-Social Centre.

Social and Sports Facilities Dining Hall in the campus serves the students and university personnel in return for a certain amount. There are also private canteens and cafes in addition to the Dining Hall.

Sports activities are given great importance for the physical and psychological health of students. All kinds of facilities are available for these activities. Courses are given free of charge under the guidance of instructors of Department of Physical Education and Sports every year.

Credit and Hostels Institution Dormitories for associate degree and undergraduate students and TEV Rabia Biçen Dormitories for undergraduate students are located in the campus and provide accommodation for 4000 students

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