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Issue 5 (137) / 2019

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Editor letter
General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Characteristics of the Textile Industry of Two Asian Powers: China and India. Prospects for their Further Development on Global Markets

Authors: Antczak Anna , Greta Marianna, Kopeć Agata , Otto Jacek

The aim of this study is to characterise the textile industry of the two global giants in this field - China and India and to discuss the impact they exert on the global economy. For centuries...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2895
| Pages 9–14

Analysing Omni-Channel Strategies of the Turkish Clothing Sector

Authors: Kanat Seher

Nowadays, the gradually worsening working life and living conditions of Turkey are channeling consumers towards simple and pointless purchasing experiences. Therefore, the omni-channel strategy, which presents a continuous purchasing experience to consumers and provides full integration...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2896
| Pages 15–21

Research and development

Effect of a Subjective Grading System and Blending with Polyester on Selected Wool and Yarn Characteristics of Subtropical Egyptian Barki Sheep

Authors: Helal Ahmed, Agamy Rania, Gad Allah Aymen A.I., Al-Betar Essam M. , Mahouda Sabry F., Abdel-Mageed Ibrahim I.

Seven-hundred kilograms of subtropical Barki wool was collected to study the effect of a subjective grading system and blending with polyester on selected wool and yarn characteristics. Wool was graded subjectively into coarse, fine and raw;...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2897
| Pages 23–27

Optimisation of Multi-Response Surface Parameters of  the Roving Twist Factor and Spinning Back Zone Draft

Authors: Cui Hong, Shi Chen

In order to obtain the optimal collocation of two important technological parameters in the spinning process, the multi-response surface method was used to optimise the experimental results. Through the orthogonal design of the two factors and...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2898
| Pages 28–33

Friele Model of Rotor Spun Multi-Primary-Colour-Blended Yarn

Authors: Yang Ruihua, Xu Yaya, Han Ruiye

Multi-channel rotor spinning equipment can produce multi-colour mixed yarn by changing the feed speeds of three primary coloured slivers separately. The method realises the mixing of colour fibres during the spinning process, and has the characteristics...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2899
| Pages 34–38

Yarn-Dyed Fabric Image Retrieval Using Colour Moments and the Perceptual Hash Algorithm

Authors: Li Zhongjian, Xiang Jun , Wang Lei , Zhang Ning , Pan Ruru, Gao Weidong

Due to the variety of yarn colours and arrangement, it is a challenging problem to retrieve a yarn-dyed fabric image. In this paper, yarn-dyed fabric samples are captured by the DigiEye system first, and then pattern...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2900
| Pages 39–46

Effect of Pre-treatment on the Smoothness Behaviour of Cotton Fabric

Authors: Sisodia Nidhi , Parmar M.S., Jain Saurbh

Before dyeing, woven cotton fabrics have been passed through different pre-treatments like desizing, scouring, bleaching and mercerising to enhance quality. In every treatment cotton fabric is treated with different chemicals and mechanical processes. After these treatments,...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2901
| Pages 47–52

Thermophysiological Comfort Properties of Polyamide Pantyhose

Authors: Tomovska Elena, Hes Lubos

In this paper, the thermophysiological characteristics of low weight knitted polyamide and polyamide/elastane fabrics for pantyhose differing in terms of filament count were studied. Alambeta and Permetest devices were used to measure the thermal conductivity, thermal...   more »

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| Pages 53–58

Case Study: Fit Evaluation of Protective Gloves Made of Elastic and Non-Elastic Textile Materials

Authors: Irzmańska Emilia , Kropidłowska Paulina

The main objective of the study was to evaluate two fit testing methods for protective gloves using anthropometric measurements. The gloves differed in terms of textile materials (woven fabric without elastomeric fibres and knitted fabric with...   more »

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| Pages 59–64

Determination of a Comfort Class for Protective Clothing Based on Ergonomic Tests

Authors: Bartkowiak Grażyna, Greszta Agnieszka

In addition to compliance with requirements concerning  specific protective properties, protective clothing should also provide a sense of comfort to the user. No clearly identified evaluation criteria for the ergonomic properties of protective clothing is currently...   more »

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| Pages 65–75

Investigation into the Dielectric Properties of Polypyrrole Coated Fabrics Composites

Authors: Ge Chuanbing , Liu Yuanjun, Qian Xiaoming , Zhao Xiaoming

Flexible polypyrrole coated fabric composites with good dielectric properties were produced using pyrrole as a monomer by in-situ polymerisation on polyester fabric. Initially, the influence of the pyrrole concentration, temperature and time on the dielectric constant...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2905
| Pages 75–81

Comparative Safety Testing (acute systemic toxicity in mice) of Two Materials Prepared from Polypropylene-Polyester (Codubix S) or Acrylate Resin (Mendec Cranio) Used for the Manufacturing of a Calvaria Prosthesis 

Authors: Sujka Witold, Latańska Ilona , Stępnik Maciej , Sitarek Krystyna , Kasprzak Piotr

The aim of the study was a comparison of the acute toxicity of two popular prostheses used in the reconstruction of the bones of the skull. For the tests, the following materials were used: a polypropylene-polyester...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.1427
| Pages 82–88

Tannery Shavings and Mineral Additives as a Basis of New Composite Materials

Authors: Ławińska Katarzyna , Modrzewski Remigiusz , Serweta Wioleta

This paper analyses the possibility of using tannery shavings as a basis for new composite materials with specified properties. The new material was made by combining tannery shavings with an adhesive medium. Mineral additives, such as...   more »

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| Pages 89–93

Carbon Footprint of Different Kinds of Footwear – a Comparative Study

Authors: Serweta Wioleta , Gajewski Robert , Olszewski Piotr , Zapatero Alberto , Ławińska Katarzyna

The carbon footprint of a product (CFP) approach is one of the most important tools which gives a possibility to estimate the total amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the whole life cycle of consumer...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2907
| Pages 94–99

Removal of Azo Dye Acid Red 27 from Aqueous Solutions Using Classical and Modified Fenton Reagent with Zero-Valent Iron

Authors: Kliś Simona , Thomas Maciej , Barbusiński Krzysztof , Gołombek Klaudiusz , Krzemiński Łukasz , Chyc Marek

The article compares the classic Fenton reagent (Fe2+/H2O2) with its modification with zero-valent iron (ZVI/H2O2) to remove azo dye Acid Red 27 from aqueous solutions at a concentration of 100 mg/L. For both methods, the most...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2908
| Pages 100–106

Effects of the Coating Mixture on the Penetration of Liquids into Paper

Authors: Leks-Stępień Janina

The pigment coating of paper is usually performed to enhance the physical properties of paper and its printability. The coating generally makes paper whiter, brighter and more opaque. The properties of the coated paper depend, among...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2909
| Pages 107–111

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