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Issue 6 (126) / 2017

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Study of Textile Waste Generation and Treatment in Lithuania

Authors: Dobilaitë Vaide, Jucienė Milda, Sacevičienė Virginija

The constantly encouraged worldwide production and consumption of textile products is leading to an increase in wastes, which causes environmental problems. This research is aimed at identifying the present state of textile waste generation and treatment...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5360
| Pages 8–13

Competitiveness of the textile sector of Croatia in trade with the European Union

Authors: Dziuba Radosław, Jabłońska Małgorzata

One of the sectors of the European economy affecting the effective implementation of the Europe 2020 Strategy is the textile industry sector. In the current financial perspective, the European Union is making a significant contribution to maintaining its...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5361
| Pages 14–18

Impact of Implementation of Standardized Quality Management Systems on the Functioning of Organizations in the Textile Industry

Authors: Zimon Dominik , Malindžák Dusan

This article addresses the issue of the impact of implementing a standardized quality management system on the functioning of organizations in the textile industry. An empirical research was carried out by the authors in 2017 on...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5362
| Pages 19–24

Research and development

Evaluation of Diluted Cellulose Solutions for Nanofibre Production Using the Electrospinning Method

Authors: Łaszkiewicz Bogusław, Kulpinski Piotr, Stanisławska Anna

This paper discusses the possibility of nanofibre formation in an electrostatic field from cellulose solutions in different solvent systems. Additionally when investigating  solutions of various cellulose content, an attempt was made to evaluate these solutions from...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5364
| Pages 25–30

Obtaining New Biopolymer Materials by Electrospinning

Authors: Bokova Elena S., Kovalenko Grigory M. , Filatov Ivan Yu., Pawłowa Maria, Stezhka Kseniya S.

The paper covers aspects of the technology of fibre electrospinning for the production of nonwoven fabrics for various application areas. The conditions of forming nano- and microfibres from solutions of collagen hydrolyzate and dibutyrylchitine were studied...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5365
| Pages 31–33

Production of Carbon Fibre Bulked Yarns by the Airflow Dispersion Method

Authors: Zhao Xiaoming, Liu Yuanjun, Liu Guoyi

Using carbon fibre tows as raw materials, carbon fibre bulk yarns were producedby the airflow dispersion method for the first time. The breaking strength,  strength irregularity,  yarn irregularity and  hairiness index of the carbon fibre bulk...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5366
| Pages 34–40

Modeling the Bending and Recovery Behaviour of Woven Fabrics

Authors: Shi Feng-jun, Zhao Yuqing , Wu Gao, Zheng Dejun

On the basis of viscoelastic theory of textile material, the viscoelastic solid model consisting of a spring element and viscous element either in series or parallel is one of the most useful research models to study...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5368
| Pages 41–45

Fabric Defect Detection Using a Hybrid and Complementary Fractal Feature Vector and FCM-based Novelty Detector

Authors: Zhou Jian , Zhou Jian , Wang Jun, Bu Honggang

Automated detect detection in woven fabrics for quality control is still a challenging novelty detection problem. This work presents five novel fractal features based on the box-counting dimension to address the novelty detection of fabric defect....   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5370
| Pages 46–52

Influence of the Bamboo/Cotton Fibre Blend Proportion on the Thermal Comfort Properties of Single Jersey Knitted Fabrics

Authors: Kadapalayam Chinnasamy Karunakaran , Chidambaram Prakash

The main aim was to find out the influence of the blend ratio and linear density on the thermal comfort properties of regenerated bamboo cotton blended single jersey knitted fabrics. An increase in...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5371
| Pages 53–57

Analytical Assessment of the Thermal Decomposition of Cotton-Modacryl Knitted Fabrics

Authors: Flinčec Grgac Sandra, Bischof Vukušić Sandra, Pušić Tanja, Petrinić Irena, Luxbacher Thomas

Fabric flammability is affected by various factors such as the fibre composition, fabric construction, FR (flame retardant) finish, oxygen concentration and environmental conditions (moisture content, heat.). Inherently FR fabrics are synthetics which have been changed at...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5372
| Pages 59–67

Influence of a Compression Garment on Average and Local Changes in Unit Pressure

Authors: Kowalski Krzysztof, Karbowski Krzysztof , Kłonowska Magdalena, Ilska Anita, Sujka Witold, Tyczyńska Magdalena , Włodarczyk Błażej , Kowalski Tomasz Marek

On the basis of models developed and experimental studies, the impact of a compression garment on average and local changes in unit pressure was analysed. The study was based on the analysis of the results of...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5374
| Pages 68–74

Energy Release Studies of Human Feet for Mapping μPCM Quantity in Socksfor Thermoregulation

Authors: Siddhan Periyasamy , Jayakumar Balaji

Pure PCM and microencapsulated PCM (µPCM) were analysed for heat capacity and core content using DSC analysis and were tested for stability against heat and solvent. The energy release rate of human feet was quantified through...   more »

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| Pages 75–82

Research of Fluorinated Acrylate Copolymer on Flax Fabric

Authors: Sui Zhihui , Yang Kangle , Chen Jie , Zhao Xin , Gao Shuzhen

A fluorine-containing acrylate copolymer emulsion was prepared in this study, which was applied to finishing linen fabric. Dodecafluloroheptry methacrylate (G04) was used as a modified monomer, butylacrylate (BA) and methylacrylate (MMA) as soft and hard monomers.respectively,...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5376
| Pages 83–88

Study on the Effects of Perfume on the Mechanical and Colour Propertiesof Silk Fabrics

Authors: Krishnamoorthi Kavitha , Jagannathan Srinivasan

Perfumes are generally used to enhance the attitude of the person. Deodorants and perfumes are designed to be applied directly to the skin. Some people with sensitive skin may find that their skin does get irritated if...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5377
| Pages 89–95

Preparation of a Cationic Environment-Friendly Fixing Agent

Authors: Liu Yuanjun, Zhao Xiaoming

Initially waste feather protein was used to prepare a reactive cationic crosslinking modified agent, WLS, as a starting material which was used to prepare a quaternary ammonium type cationic environment-friendly fixing agent (named  WLSPR) for dyeing...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5378
| Pages 96–102

Investigation of the Efficiency of the UV/H2O2 Process on the Removal of Dye Acid Green 16 from Aqueous Solutions: Process Optimization and Toxicity Assessment

Authors: Płonka Izabela , Pieczykolan Barbara , Barbusiński Krzysztof , Kalka Joanna , Thomas Maciej , Piskorz Paweł Jan

The effects of the removal of Acid Green 16 (100 mg AG-16/dm3, COD=111 mg O2/dm3) from aqueous solutions by the UV/H2O2 process in UV reactors: low pressure lamp (LP, 15W) and medium pressure lamps (MP, 150W)...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5379
| Pages 103–107

Optimization of the Fenton Oxidation of Synthetic Textile Wastewater Using Response Surface Methodology

Authors: Thomas Maciej , Barbusiński Krzysztof , Piskorz Paweł Jan , Kozik Violetta , Bąk Andrzej

This article presents the possibility of using the classical Fenton process (Fe(II)/H2O2)  to purify synthetic textile wastewater (COD=1872 mg O2/dm3, TOC=660 mg/dm3) containing azo dye Anilan Blue GRL 250% (200 mg/dm3) and Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS)...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5380
| Pages 108–113

Modifying the Shape of Blades of a Flexible Reed in a Vibration Beat-up Mechanism – Theoretical Investigation

Authors: Kuchar Maciej

The beat-up mechanism of a loom with exciters for vibrating motion of the reed is presented. With the placing of exciters at regular distances across the width of the reed, certain differences can be observed in...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5381
| Pages 114–118

Assemblage of Wool and Silk Textiles from Medieval Waste Layers in Prague, Czech Republic

Authors: Březinová Helena , Kohout David

The article summarises information on a large assemblage of medieval wool and silk textiles found during an archaeological excavation of waste layers from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in the centre of Prague. The work primarily...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5382
| Pages 119–125

Perspectives and Innovations in the Teaching System at the Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design, Lodz University of Technology – a Concept of Combining the Education of Artists and Engineers

Authors: Kędzia Katarzyna , Kędzia Katarzyna , Nawrot Andrzej , Snycerski Marek, Wereszka Aleksandra

Design methodology makes it possible to plan and organise many different processes to obtain an optimal object. Students taught at the Textile Architecture specialization gain skills in design and technology, and this combination facilitates them to...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.5383
| Pages 126–129

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