As a field of engineering, textile engineering is concerned with designing, developing, producing, and applying textiles and textile-based products. In addition to studying fibers, yarns, fabrics, and their manufacturing processes, it also analyzes their properties and performance. Textile engineers are responsible for developing and improving textile products and materials that meet specific needs in terms of functionality, aesthetics, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Among the materials they work with are natural fibers (such as cotton, wool, and silk), synthetic fibers (such as polyester, nylon, and acrylic), and technical fibers (such as carbon fibers and aramid fibers).
The textile testing and quality control(TTQC) play a vital role in ensuring that they meet the standards and specifications necessary to be used for their intended purpose. For the purpose of assessing the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of textiles, textile engineers and quality control professionals use various testing methods and instruments.