The modification of  specialized textiles including ballistic textiles by an effective and ecological technique is the main objective for screening the optimal way to obtain multi-functionalised products. The aim of the research was to optimise the method of Plasma Assisted Chemical Vapour Deposition (PACVD) of ballistic textile: p-aramid fabrics and fibrous materials made of  ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene to produce a functionalized surface supported by the various kinds of deposited polymers. The research was carried out to screen the several processing parameters of PACVD with the presence of low-molecular mass organic compounds containing fluoro- or silane moieties to obtain a change in  the surface behaviour of ballistic textiles. The process of PACVD allowed to effectively steer the behaviour of the surface properties of modified ballistic textiles, such as the amount of the deposited polymer and its form as well as chemical characterisation depending on  the processing parameters.

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Structural Changes in Fibrous Ballistic Materials During PACVD Modification

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1167426

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Abstract:

The modification of  specialized textiles including ballistic textiles by an effective and ecological technique is the main objective for screening the optimal way to obtain multi-functionalised products. The aim of the research was to optimise the method of Plasma Assisted Chemical Vapour Deposition (PACVD) of ballistic textile: p-aramid fabrics and fibrous materials made of  ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene to produce a functionalized surface supported by the various kinds of deposited polymers. The research was carried out to screen the several processing parameters of PACVD with the presence of low-molecular mass organic compounds containing fluoro- or silane moieties to obtain a change in  the surface behaviour of ballistic textiles. The process of PACVD allowed to effectively steer the behaviour of the surface properties of modified ballistic textiles, such as the amount of the deposited polymer and its form as well as chemical characterisation depending on  the processing parameters.

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ballistic textiles, functionalization, plasma assisted chemical vapour deposition.

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Struszczyk MH, Urbaniak-Domagała W, Puszkarz AK, Wilbik-Hałgas B, Cichecka M, Sztajnowski S, Puchalski M, Miklas M, Krucinska I. Structural Changes in Fibrous Ballistic Materials  During PACVD Modification. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2015; 23, 6(114): 102-115. DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1167426

Published in issue no 6 (114) / 2015, pages 102–115.

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