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Cotton and Textile Industry

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Lead Guest Editor:
Mirsolikh Agzamov
Department of “Labor protection and ecology”, Tashkent institute of textile and light industry, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Guest Editors
Andrey Karabelnikov
Department of “Theory of mechanisms and machines”, Kostroma State University
Kostroma, Russia
Sherkul Khakimov
Department of “Technological machines and equipment”, Tashkent institute of textile and light industry
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Pavel Rudovsky
Department of “Theory of mechanisms and machines”, Kostroma State University
Kostroma, Russia
Ruzimurad Rosulov
Department of “Technological machines and equipment”, Tashkent institute of textile and light industry
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Petr Butovskiy
Department of Technological machines and equipment, Tashkent institute of textile and light industry
Tashkent, Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan
Mirhosil Agzamov
Department of technological machines and equipment, Tashkent institute of textile and light industry
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Introduction
This special issue provides information about the cotton and textile industries and the technological machines operating in these areas. Also, the modernization and design of technological processes in these areas is considered. In addition, there are techniques and algorithms that help optimize the mechanisms and parts of machines. Special attention is paid to the processes of drying, cleaning, raw cotton ginning, cotton seed spinning and cotton fiber pressing in the cotton-cleaning industry. As well as textile industry machines, which include machines for the preparatory department, carding, tape, roving, spinning machines, rewinding equipment, weaving machines and knitting machines. In addition, measures for safety and ecology of the cotton industry.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Cotton
  2. Fiber
  3. Cotton plant
  4. Cotton processing
  5. Textile materials
  6. Technological machines
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