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Issue 5 (125) / 2017

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Research and development

Development of an Electrospun Nanofibrous Web with Hyaluronic Acid

Authors: Milašius Rimvydas, Ryklin Dzmitry, Yasinskaya Natallia , Yeutushenka Aliaksandr , Ragaišienė Audronė, Rukuižienė Žaneta, Mikučioniené Daiva

Textile materials with an electrospun nanofibrous web can be used fo ar wide range of applications, including medicine and health care. In this research, polyamide-6 and hyaluronic acid were used for the development of a nanofibrous...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4620
| Pages 8–12

Airflow Characteristics During the Rotor Spun Composite Yarn Spinning Process

Authors: Yang Ruihua, Gao Weidong, Xue Yuan

Rotor spun composite yarn shows compound performances when combined with staple fibres and filaments, such as excellent hand feeling as well as extreme elasticity and strength. Air characteristics including pressure and speed are critical factors of...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4621
| Pages 13–17

Investigating the Effect of the Opening Unit on the Airflow Field in Rotor Spinning

Authors: Jin Yuzhen , Zhu Shihe , Cui Jingyu , Li Jun, Zhu Zuchao

The opening unit is an important device in a rotor spinning unit to comb fibres and remove trash. In this paper, numerical simulation is carried out to study the flow structure in the rotor spinning channel...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4622
| Pages 18–24

Preparation of Conductive Polyethylene Terephthalate Yarns by Deposition of Silver & Copper Nanoparticles

Authors: Ahmad Sheraz , Ashraf Munir , Ali Azam , Shaker Khubab, Umair Muhammad , Afzal Ali , Nawab Yasir, Rasheed Abher

The assemblage of textiles and electronics in a single structure has led to the development of smart textiles for functional purposes and special products. Conductive yarn as a necessary component of smart textiles is being developed...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4623
| Pages 25–29

Effects of Optimal Mordanting on the Bleaching and Spinning of Black Yak Fibres

Authors: Liu Chan , Su Xuzhong, Su Xuzhong, Xie Chunping, Liu Xinjin

In this paper, the orthogonal analysis method was adopted to analyse the optimal mordanting condition for the bleaching of black yak fibres. Without changing the subsequent oxidative/reducing bleaching technology, the optimal mordanting condition was as follows:...   more »

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| Pages 31–36

Surface Characterization of Low Temperature Plasma-Induced Cashmere Fibre by air Gas

Authors: Wang Yong, Yu Weidong, Yu Weidong

Low temperature plasma (LTP) processing technology was successfully applied to modify cashmere fibres and three kinds of assemblies were formed, i.e., weak-treated, optimised -treated and severe-treated ones. Treatment parameters were optimised in terms of the tensile...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4625
| Pages 37–41

Immunization Effect of Sodium Aluminate on Wool

Authors: Sirvaityte Justa , Beleska Kestutis , Alaburdaite Rasa , Komiciute Ineta , Valeika Virgilijus

Since the environmental requirements for leather manufacture as well as for other industry branches are becoming stricter, investigations of unhairing have been directed towards conditions of the process which allow the saving of hair: enzymatic unhairing...   more »

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| Pages 42–46

Application of Power Ultrasound to Chemical Dissolution for Quantitative Analysis of Cotton and Polyester Blended Fabrics

Authors: Mingxing Zhou , Zhuo Meng , Yize Sun , Zhibiao Ye

In this paper, the feasibility of applying ultrasonic technology to quantitative analysis of cotton and polyester blended fabrics by the chemical dissolution method is explored. Four varieties of blends with different cotton contents were employed and...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4627
| Pages 47–51

Modeling of Ozonation of C.I. Reactive Black 5 Through a Kinetic Approach

Authors: Bilińska Lucyna , Bilińska Lucyna , Żyłła Renata, Smółka Krzysztof , Gmurek Marta , Ledakowicz Stanisław

C.I. Reactive Black 5 (RB5) is the most commonly used dye in the textile industry. Ozone is a strong oxidan that can decompose many barely degradable pollutants, including dyes. Although there are many literature reports devoted...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4628
| Pages 54–60

Studies on the Use of Water Reclaimed from Textile Wastewater in a Closed Circuit

Authors: Sójka-Ledakowicz Jadwiga, Kos Lech, Żyłła Renata, Paździor Katarzyna , Ledakowicz Stanisław

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the technology proposed for low -loaded wastewater treatment enabling multiple reuse of recycled water in a closed circuit. The subject of the study was real...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4629
| Pages 61–66

Functionalization of Non-woven Viscose with Formulation of Chitosan and Honey for Medical Applications

Authors: Šauperl Olivera, Kunčič Marjetka Kralj , Tompa Jasna , Zemljič Lidija Fras , Valh Julija Volmajer

The aim of this research was to develop the formulation of chitosan in combination with honey in different mass proportions of each of the components within the separate mixture. Such a formulation could serve as a...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4630
| Pages 67–72

Structural Parameters of Functional Membranes for Integration in Smart Wearable Materials

Authors: Eldessouki Mohamed, Eldessouki Mohamed, Aysha Tarek , Ratičáková Magdaléna , Šašková Jana , Padil Vinod V.T. , Ibrahim Mayza , Černík Miroslav

Smart clothes can be described as textiles that change their behavior under some external factors (stimulants). The response of the smart cloth can be passive (just as a sensor) or active (where a combination of sensing...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4631
| Pages 73–78

Analysis of the Effect of Channel Parameters between Filaments and Single Fabric Parameters on Air Permeability, Water Vapour Resistance and Thermal Resistance

Authors: Polipowski Mirosław, Więcek Piotr, Więcek Bogusław, Pinar Anna

The work presented is a continuation of research on the interthread channels of single fabric taking into account the parameters of fabric structure. The stereographic method of threedimensional structure analysis of a single fabric, the method...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4632
| Pages 79–86

Warp-knitted Fabric Defect Segmentation Based on the Shearlet Transform

Authors: Dong Zhijia , Xia Dong , Ma Pibo, Jiang Gaoming

The Shearlet transform has been a burgeoning method applied in the area of image processing recently which, differing from the Wavelet transform, has excellent properties in processing singularities for multidimensional signals. Not only is it similar...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4633
| Pages 87–94

Modeling the Performance of Horizontal Anchor Lines During Fall Arrest

Authors: Baszczyński Krzysztof

The basic materials used for the construction of anchor lines for personal equipment protection against falls from a height are ropes and textile webbing. During fall arrest, horizontal anchor lines significantly affect the forces acting on...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4634
| Pages 95–103

Mathematical Modelling of Mechanical Properties of Textiles Subjected to Tension

Authors: Zajączkowski Jerzy

Mathematical modelling of textiles subjected to one-directional tensile forces is presented. The models include the straightening of fibres at the beginning, accompanied by the compression of neighbouring fibres, and finally the elongation of the material of...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4635
| Pages 104–106

Using a 3D Body Scanner in Designing Compression Products Supporting External Treatment

Authors: Ilska Anita, Ilska Anita, Kowalski Krzysztof, Klonowska Magdalena, Kuzański Wojciech , Kowalski Tomasz Marek, Sujka Witold

The work comprises a statistical tolerance analysis of human body dimensions using a 3D body scanner and its impact on the value of unit pressure exerted by a compression product on the subject’s body. Model calculations...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4636
| Pages 107–112

Collaborative 3D-To-2D Tight-Fitting Garment Pattern Design Process for Scoliotic People

Authors: Hong Yan, Hong Yan, Hong Yan, Hong Yan, Zeng Xianyi, Bruniaux Pascal, Liu Kaixuan, Chen Yan, Chen Yan, Zhang Xujing , Zhang Xujing

This paper presents a virtual design process for a tight-fitting garment pattern for adapted consumer garments, aimed at consumers with scoliosis. The design process proposed is based on a virtual human model created using a 3D...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4637
| Pages 113–117

Study on the Importance of Employee Performance Assessment and Lost Productive Time Rate Determination in Garment Assembly Lines

Authors: Kayar Mahmut, Bulur Öykü Ceren

This study primarily includes theoretical information on the performance and lost productive time of a firm. Furthermore t-shirt sewing operations of a garment firm were analysed and time measurement for each operation was carried out by...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4638
| Pages 119–126

Language of Dressing as a Communication System and its Functions – Roman Jakobson’s Linguistic Method

Authors: Todorović Tijana , Čuden Alenka Pavko , Košak Karin , Toporišič Tomaž

The aim of the study was to show the principles of nonverbal communication achieved with clothing by using Roman Jakobson’s linguistic method. As demonstrated and established here, clothes and their functions can be translated into verbal...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4639
| Pages 127–135

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