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Issue 1 (72) / 2009

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Economic Analysis of the Modern Textiles & Clothing Market within the Process of Final Completion of the ACT/WTO Agreement

Authors: Wysokińska Zofia

The aim of the paper is to present main tendencies in global and European textile and clothing trade and competitive position of different regions and products especially Far East of Asia countries in the context of...   more »

full text | Pages 7–12

Research and development

Comparative Analysis of Various Electrospinning Methods of Nanofibre Formation

Authors: Cengiz Funda, Krucińska Izabella, Gliścińska Eulalia, Chrzanowski Michał, Göktepe Fatma

In general, nanofibres can be formed using the electrospinning technique, which has been known for a long time in literature. However, there are still some problems related to this technique such as low production rate, capillary...   more »

full text | Pages 13–19

Influence of the Plastification Drawing Conditions and Distribution of Drawing Ratios on the Structure and Properties of Fibres Made of a Polyimidoamide Nanocomposite Containing Montmorillonite

Authors: Mikołajczyk Teresa, Olejnik Magdalena

The influence of a single- and two-stage drawing process on the structure and properties of fibres made from a polyimidoamide (PIA) nano-composite containing montmorilloniten (MMT) were investigated. A comparative property analysis of the fibres tested enabled...   more »

full text | Pages 20–25

Yarn Irregularity Parameterisation Using Optical Sensors

Authors: Carvalho Vítor, Cardoso Paulo , Belsley Michael , Vasconcelos Rosa M. , Soares Filomena O.

This paper presents an original system to measure yarn diameter using coherent optical signal processing to eliminate the influence of hairiness over the output signal. The system consists of optical hardware to produce an image which...   more »

full text | Pages 26–32

Method of Thickness Optimization of Textile Structures During Coupled Heat and Mass Transport

Authors: Korycki Ryszard

The transient, coupled heat and mass transport within textile structures is defined by means of state equations,and a set of boundary and initial conditions. The state equations according to Henry/David and Nordon describe the mass balance...   more »

full text | Pages 33–38

Modelling of the Change in Structure of Woven Fabric under Mechanical Loading

Authors: Barburski Marcin, Masajtis Józef

The aim of this work was to study a new way of modelling the behaviour of structures of woven fabrics after mechanical loading. As the basis of our considerations, on the beginning of this working, a...   more »

full text | Pages 39–44

Influence of Fabric Constructional Parameters and Thread Colour on UV Radiation Protection

Authors: Gabrijelčič Helena, Urbas Raša, Sluga Franci , Dimitrovski Krste

The purpose of the research presented was to analyse the influence of the fabric surface cover factor and fabric colour values on the degree of UV ray transmittance and the UV protective factor (UPF). The research...   more »

full text | Pages 46–54

Prediction of the Ultraviolet Protection of Cotton Woven Fabrics Dyed with Reactive Dystuffs

Authors: Dobnik-Dubrovski Polona, Brezocnik Miran

Textile materials provide a simple and convenient protection against UV radiation. To assign the degree of UV radiation protection of textile materials, the Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) is commonly used. This paper reports the effect of...   more »

full text | Pages 55–59

Effectiveness of Shielding Electromagnetic Radiation, and Assumptions for Designing the Multi-layer Structures of Textile Shielding Materials

Authors: Brzeziński Stefan, Rybicki Tomasz , Malinowska Grażyna, Karbownik Iwona , Rybicki Edward, Szugajew Lech

In many cases, to obtain the required extent of protection against electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by operating electrical and electronic devices, it is not enough to use only shielding materials that non-transmit the radiation as a...   more »

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Textiles Embroidered with Split-Rings as Barriers Against Microwave Radiation

Authors: Kozakevicius Vladimiras, Brazis Romuald

Barriers protecting humans against electromagnetic microwave radiation were manufactured from polyester and flax fabrics with embroidered electro-conductive elements so as to enhance the wave attenuation. The shape, material properties and spatial distribution of the elements were...   more »

full text | Pages 66–70

Pressure-Potential Conversion in a Textile-Rigid Dielectric System

Authors: Kacprzyk Ryszard, Lewandowski Marcin

Results of the investigation of a double layer dielectric system consisting of textile and rigid dielectric layers is discussed in this paper. It is shown that the double-layer system submitted to an external stress produces an...   more »

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Mathematical Modelling of the Pneumatic Melt Spinning of Isotactic Polypropylene. Part III. Computations of the Process Dynamics

Authors: Jarecki Leszek, Lewandowski Zbigniew

Computer simulation of the pneumatic melt spinning of isotactic polypropylene based on the mathematical model of the process is presented. Two dynamic zones of the air jet-filament interactions along the melt blowing axis are predicted –...   more »

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Evaluation of the Influence of Glass Fibre Distribution in Polyamide Matrix During the Consolidation Process on the Mechanical Properties of GF/PA6 Compositessw

Authors: Krucińska Izabella, Gliścińska Eulalia, Mäder E. , Häβler R.

This paper presents the relationship between the glass fibre arrangement in a polyamide 6 matrix during the consolidation process and the mechanical properties of GF/PA6 composites. Three specially designed hybrid yarns were used to produce the...   more »

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Deposition of Polymer Complex Nano-Layers onto Polyester Fabrics Activated with Corona Dischargesm

Authors: Brzeziński Stefan, Kowalczyk Dorota , Połowiński Stefan

A polyester fabric was treated by corona discharges. Surface modification was carry out using a laboratory prototyped device. A quantity of acid groups formed on the surface of fibres was determined and normalised activation energy [Ej]...   more »

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Elastic Yarn Tensioner with a Noncontinuous Antiwear Nanocomposite Pattern

Authors: Celichowski Grzegorz , Cichomski Michał , Psarski Maciej , Wiśniewski Marek

Continuous hard protective layers on soft substrates working under elastic deformation conditions are prone to uncontrolled cracking and detaching from the substrate during bending and straining. Implementation of a noncontinuous hard pattern deposited on the surface...   more »

full text | Pages 91–96

Temperature Measurements in a Textronic Fireman Suit and Visualisation of the Results

Authors: Gniotek Krzysztof, Gołębiowski Jacek , Leśnikowski Jacek

This article presents a system designed for monitoring the temperature in a textronic fireman suit. The system consists of a set of sensors placed in the suit, a wireless connection sending the data to the main...   more »

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Elaboration of the Optimal Structure of Flat Implants for Hernia Treatmentsn

Authors: Struszczyk Marcin H., Struszczyk Marcin H., Rogaczewska Agnieszka , Dobrowolska Anna , Majcherek Zygmunt

One of the most commonly conducted procedures in general surgery is hernia treatment. This problem concerns approx. 4% of the human population. The factor that significantly lowers the efficacy of the hernia treatment procedure, also called...   more »

full text | Pages 102–108

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