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Issue 2 (140) / 2020

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Safety Management of Textile Products in the European Union and Estimation of its Efficiency. Part 1

Authors: Salerno-Kochan Renata, Kowalski Mateusz

Textiles and clothing belong to the most frequently reported category of products in the European market posing a serious risk to consumer health. To find out the reasons of this problem, an analysis of RAPEX system data...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7307
| Pages 8–14

Research and development

Impregnation of Poly(lactic Acid) with Polyphenols of Plant Origin

Authors: Latos-Brozio Malgorzata, Masek Anna

The aim of the research was the solvent-based impregnation of poly(lactic acid) (PLA) with polyphenols of plant origin. The process is a scientific novelty because quercetin, rutin, xanthone and green tea extract had not been previously used to stabilise...   more »

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| Pages 15–20

Assessment of  the Simultaneous Influence of Yarn Linear Mass and the Real/Service Loading Cycle on the Fatigue Life of Smooth and Flame Cotton Yarns

Authors: Drobina Robert, Rysiński Jacek

In the paper, the results of fatigue investigations on smooth and flame yarns are presented. The investigations were performed for yarns of the following types 25, 30, 40 and 50 tex, i.e. for thin yarns as well...   more »

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| Pages 21–28

Surface Modification of Nylon 6 Multifilament Yarns with 3-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane and Study of its Special Properties

Authors: Baseri Somayeh

The aim of the research was the solvent-based impregnation of poly(lactic acid) (PLA) withThe present work developed a new and simple method for producing engineered nylon yarns by two-step coating. The nylon yarns were first immersed in a solution containing a silane...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7311
| Pages 29–34

Equivalent Model of the DC Resistance of Nonwoven-Based Embroidery Conductive Lines with Embroidery Parameters

Authors: Zhang Yaya, Hu Jiyong, Yan Xiong

Although embroidering technology is generally used to manufacture electronic components, previous works only give the fitting relationship between embroidery parameters and their direct current (DC) resistance. However, to manufacture embroidered electronic components in scale, the relationship...   more »

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| Pages 35–42

Comparative Investigation on Objective Evaluation Methods for Fabric Smoothness

Authors: Liu Chengxia, Zheng Xiaoping

An objective method for fabric smoothness usually comprises two widely used approaches: 3D laser scanning and 2D image processing, which are represented by GLCM in this work. To make a comparison of them and find out which...   more »

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| Pages 43–49

Effect of Quilting on Selected Thermo-Insulation Properties of Textile Multilayer Packages

Authors: Kosiuk Gabriela, Matusiak Małgorzata

The quilting process involves stitching two or more layers of fabrics to produce a thicker material, typically to make heat-insulating products. In addition to stitching, ultrasonic quilting is increasingly used. Quilted multi-layered textile materials are widely used...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7314
| Pages 50–56

Discussion on the Tensile and Bending Properties of PAN-based Pre-oxidised Fibre Felt Composite Materials

Authors: Liu Yuanjun, Bao Wenli, Zhao Xiaoming

The impact of the mass percentage of PAN-based pre-oxidised fibre felt in a composite material and of the curing temperature on the composite material’s mechanical properties were studied in order to optimise the preparation method of...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7315
| Pages 57–60

Significance of Functional Studies Designing Filtering Half-masks with Superabsorbent Polymer

Authors: Brochocka Agnieszka

Functional studies of a range of personal protective equipment approved for distribution in European and international markets, conducted at different workplaces, showed that almost half of the participating workers did not find it comfortable. The objective of the...   more »

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| Pages 61–66

Synergistic Effects of Plasma Treatment and Fabric Structure on Stab-Resistance Performances of STF/Aramid Composite Fabrics

Authors: Zhang Xiayun, Li Ting-Ting, Wang Yunlong, Li Mengxuan, Lin Jia-Horng

In order to improve the contribution of STF and fabric to the stab resistance of STF-impregnated aramid soft armour materials, the plasma treatment of various fabric structures was conducted. This study explored the interactive effects of...   more »

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| Pages 67–75

Evaluation of Stab Resistance of Coated UHMWPE Fabric

Authors: Yang Wan-Qiu, Liu Xiao-Yan, Yu Yan-Ping, Yu Wei-Dong

In recent years, individual protection has attracted much attention in the area of personal safety, especially stab resistant clothing. Nowadays, fabrics of high performance fibre are often used in stab-resistant clothing. Therefore, in this paper ultra-high...   more »

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| Pages 76–79

Study and New Criteria for the Assessment of Upholstery Leathers with a Pigment Finish in Relation to the Characteristics Recommended in the PN-EN 13336 Standard

Authors: Wionczyk Barbara, Ławińska Katarzyna , Woźnicki Dominik, Wójcik Justyna , Pietrzak Katarzyna

The fundamental physical, mechanical and chemical properties given in the PN-EN 13336:2013 standard (“Leathers – Upholstery leather characteristics – Guide for selection of leather for furniture”) were examined for 27 selected upholstery leathers with a pigment finishing. Colour...   more »

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| Pages 80–89

Transformable Clothing in Children’s Fashion

Authors: Studzińska Anna, Frydrych Iwona

Modern children’s clothing is characterised not only by the diversity of forms and rich ornamentation but also, primarily, by the specificity of these clothing products that guarantees their safety of use, functionality and shaping of the...   more »

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| Pages 90–95

Conceptual Fuzzy AHP Model for Perception Analysis of a Children’s Raincoat

Authors: Pu Linzi, Hong Yan, Mu Hong

In order to design and develop a new raincoat for children of the age group 7-8 years, in this paper we propose a conceptual model for FEA (functional, expressive, and aesthetic considerations) perception analysis of the desired raincoat....   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7322
| Pages 96–102

Examination of Selected Thermal Properties of Basalt Composites

Authors: Miśkiewicz Pamela, Frydrych Iwona, Makówka Marcin

A composite based on basalt fabric was produced because of its good thermal and mechanical properties. As a result of the reactive magnetron sputtering technique, a layer of aluminum and zirconium (IV) oxide 200 nm thick was deposited on...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7323
| Pages 103–109

Possibilities of the Manufacturing and Simulation of the Load on a Customised Mouthguard Used in Combat Sports

Authors: Szarek Arkadiusz, Paszta Piotr

The article presents an assessment of the state of stress and deformation of a personalised tooth protector, taking into account various types of elastomer materials that allow optimal protection of the teeth in contact combat sports. The load characteristics...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.7324
| Pages 110–118

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