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Issue 5 (119) / 2016

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Evaluation of the Parameters of the Green Supplier Selection Decision in Textile Industry

Authors: Acar Avni Zafer, Önden Ismail, Gürel Özlem

Green issues are a popular topic in today’s business life, and it is possible to see green products or advertisements in many different places due to the demand for a healthier lifestyle. Companies that are willing...   more »

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| Pages 8–14

Social Media in the Process of Marketing Evolution in Polish Textile-Clothing Industry

Authors: Sułkowski Łukasz, Kaczorowska-Spychalska Dominika

The extile-clothing industry is still perceived as one of the most important sectors of the world economy, and it is also the case in Poland, where it determines the directions of development of regions related to...   more »

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| Pages 15–20

Research and development

Comparison of Selected Chemical Properties of Fibres from Different Breeds of Dogs and German Blackface Sheep

Authors: Ragaišienė Audronė, Rusinavičiūtė Jolita, Milašiene Daiva, Ivanauskas R.

Combed or picked out dog hair fibre, as one of the protein fibres, could be used in yarn manufacturing. Dog hair fibres have a specific scale structure, shape and distribution on the surface. Results obtained indicated...   more »

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| Pages 21–28

Attempt to Apply Surface-Conductive PAN as a Precursor for aPAN Ionic Electroactive Polymer Gel Fabrication

Authors: Żyłka Paweł, Koprowska Joanna

Chemically activated polyacrylonitrile (aPAN) displays ionic electro-mechanically active polymer properties. Thin, gel-like fibre is a technically feasible form of aPAN, as it quickly shrinks or swells in response to a variation in electrolyte pH, soaking it...   more »

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| Pages 29–33

Preliminary Investigation into the Antimicrobial Activity of an Electrospun Polyamide Nanofibrous Web with Micro Particles of Baltic Amber

Authors: Mikučioniené Daiva, Milašius Rimvydas, Daugelavičius Rimantas, Ragelienë Lina, Venslauskaitė Neringa, Ragaišienė Audronė, Rukuižienė Žaneta

Antimicrobial textile is a very important field for new investigations. The two aspects need be taken into account at the time of such investigations into the protection of the textile itself from damage caused by microorganisms,...   more »

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| Pages 34–37

Comparison of Two Different Principles of 3D Fabric Surface Reconstruction

Authors: Techniková Lenka, Tunak Maros

This paper compares the efficiency of two different methods for a 3D fabric surface reconstruction with defects. The efficiency of the methods is evaluated according to the accuracy of 3D reconstruction, especially the detection of fabric...   more »

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| Pages 38–43

Subjective Interpretation and Objective Evaluation of Blackout Fabric’s Barrier Properties

Authors: Snycerski Marek, Szkudlarek Joanna

This work presents an experimental approach and the results of preliminary measurements of the light barrier properties of shading fabrics (blackouts). Based on literature it can be stated that there is a lack of requirements for...   more »

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| Pages 44–49

Impact of Filling Yarns on Woven Fabric Performance

Authors: Zubair Muhammad, Maqsood Hafiz, Shahzad , Neckář T. Bohuslav

Work wear woven fabrics have wide application in the area of sports, industrial textiles and defense. The performance characteristics of these fabrics are important with respect to their specific application. To improve the performance of woven...   more »

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| Pages 50–54

Influence of Fibre Length and Preparation on Mechanical Properties of Carbon Fibre/Polyamide 6 Hybrid Yarns and Composites

Authors: Hengstermann Martin, Hasan Mir Mohammad Badrul, Abdkader Anwar, Cherif Chokri

The aim of this paper was to investigate the effect of carbon fibre (CF) length and preparation prior to carding on the mechanical properties of hybrid yarns as well as composites consisting of CF and polyamide...   more »

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| Pages 55–62

Structural Changes in Plasma Assisted Chemical Vapour Deposition-Modified Ultra-high Molecular Weight Polyethylene, Ballistic Textiles During Accelerated Ageing 

Authors: Miklas Michał, Struszczyk Marcin H., Urbaniak–Domagała Wiesława, Puszkarz Adam K., Wilbik-Hałgas Bożena, Cichecka Magdalena, Sztajnowski Sławomir , Puchalski Michał, Krucińska Izabella

The aim of this study was to compare the susceptibility of the plasma assisted chemical vapour deposition (PACVD) - surface modification of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) fibrous composite to conditions of use and storing simulated...   more »

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| Pages 63–67

Method of Structure Design and Heat Treatment of an Integrated Consolidation Sensor and Embedded Temperature Sensing Fabric

Authors: Zhang Ruquan, Deng Nanping, Cheng Bowen, Zhang Shangyong, Wu Ying

In order to solve the problem of temperature sensors easily slipping and improve the precision of temperature measurement in temperature sensing fabric, a specially designed fabric was developed. In this paper, the fabric comprised plain and...   more »

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| Pages 68–72

Mathematical Model of Embedded Temperature Sensing Fabric Heat Transmission 

Authors: Zhang Ruquan, Deng Nanping, Cheng Bowen, Zhang Shangyong, Wu Ying

In order to explore effect factors in the measurement of temperature sensing fabric, a heat transmission mathematical model of temperature sensing fabric was established. The concept of surface contact thermal resistance associated with the material thermal conductivity,...   more »

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| Pages 73–79

Analysis of Thermal-Insulating Parameters in Two- and Three-Layer Textiles with Semi-Permeable Membranes

Authors: Sybilska Wioletta, Korycki Ryszard

The main goal of paper presented was to evaluate clothing products (including products coated by semi-permeable membranes) in respect of thermal comfort. To achieve this, the thermal-insulating parameters were measured using an Alambeta measuring instrument. The...   more »

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| Pages 80–87

Comfort and Performance Properties of Raised and Laminated Denim Fabrics

Authors: Sabir Emel Ceyhun, Doba Kadem Füsun

In this study, denim fabrics manufactured using standard processes were selected as reference fabric and subjected to mechanical and chemical finishing treatment. The effects of the two finishing treatments on the comfort and performance properties of...   more »

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| Pages 88–94

Underwear for Protective Clothing Used by Foundry Worker

Authors: Gilewicz Paulina, Cichocka Agnieszka, Frydrych Iwona

Foundry worker activity involves remaining in a high temperature while working close to a melting furnace. Special clothing made from aluminised fabrics for this action ensures protection against high temperature. However, the problem is that the...   more »

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| Pages 96–99

Ornamentation of Lithuanian Ethnographic Home Textiles

Authors: Kumpikaitė Eglė, Kot Liucina , Tautkutė-Stankuvienė Indrė

In the literature analyzed there are no interdisciplinary researches that could combine both ethnographic and technological investigations of Lithuanian folk home textiles. Therefore, the goal of this article is to make a complex investigation of Lithuanian ethnographic...   more »

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| Pages 100–109

Developing an Intelligent Model for the Construction a Hip Shape Recognition System Based on 3D Body Measurement

Authors: Jin Juan-Feng, Yang Yun-Chu, Zou Feng-Yuan

The purpose of this paper was to develop an intelligent recognition system consisting of a feature reduction method combining cluster and correlation analyses, and a probabilistic neural network (PNN) classifier to identify different types of hip shape...   more »

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| Pages 110–118

Silhouette Identification for Apparelled Bodies

Authors: Tao Chen, Zhou Jiu, Yin Meifen

This paper presents an approach to identify apparel silhouettes. A feature region of the human face was first proposed for conducting face detection in fashion pictures with the AdaBoost method, and the head was then located with its...   more »

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| Pages 119–124

3D Digital Methods of Clothing Creation for Disabled People

Authors: Bruniaux Pascal, Bruniaux Pascal, Cichocka Agnieszka, Frydrych Iwona

The goal of the study is to expand the new 3D garment creation method which has been developed by our team to cover other morphological targets. This creation process, applied until now to typical human body,...   more »

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| Pages 125–131

Comparison of Requirements and Directions of Development of Methods for Testing Protective Clothing for Firefighting 

Authors: Roguski Jacek, Stegienko Karolina, Kubis Daria, Błokowski Maciej

The subject of this work are requirements and test methods for clothing protecting from factors such as thermal radiation, flame, chemicals and resistance to leaking. In this publication, test methods and requirements for protective clothing for...   more »

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| Pages 132–136

Ultrasonic Assisted Dyeing of Angora Fi̇bre

Authors: Atav Riza, Yurdakul Abbas

In this study it was aimed to determine the effect of ultrasound usage on the colour yield in dyeing angora fibres, and it was found that dyeing in the presence of ultrasound energy increases the dye-uptake...   more »

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| Pages 137–142

Treatment of Textile Wastewater in the Fenton Process in the Presence of Iron and Nickel Nanocompounds

Authors: Kos Lech

The aim of the studies was to determine the efficiency of wastewater treatment by the Fenton method in the presence of iron and nickel nanocompounds and to compare it with the classical Fenton method. The subject...   more »

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| Pages 143–150

Antimicrobial Functionalization of Textile Materials with Copper Silicate

Authors: Sójka-Ledakowicz Jadwiga, Chruściel Jerzy J., Kudzin Marcin, Łatwińska Marta, Kiwała Magdalena

A biofunctionalization of nonwoven fabrics was carried out with 0.1 - 4 wt.% of copper silicate. Polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) and biodegradable polymers [poly(lactic acid) (PLA), polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA)] or their mixtures were used as polymer components....   more »

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| Pages 151–156

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e-mail: infor@lit.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 19/27 M. Skłodowskiej-Curie Str., 90-570 Łódź, Poland e-mail: infor@lit.lukasiewicz.gov.pl; ftee@lit.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

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