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Issue 1 (145) / 2021

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Prediction of Garment Production Cycle Time Based on a Neural Network

Authors: Cao Huaqing , Ji Xiaofen

The process of garment production has always been a black box. The production time of different clothing is different and has great changes, thus managers cannot make a production plan accurately. With the world entering the era of industry 4.0...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5036
| Pages 8–12

Is China’s Textile Industry Still a Labour-Intensive Industry?

Authors: Zhang Jianlei , He Lin, Cheng Longdi

Is China’s textile industry (CTI) still a laboor-intensive one? To answer this question, this study measures the capital-labour intensity and technology intensity of CTI and its sub-sectors during 2006-2018, then applies factor intensity classification and cluster analysis...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5038
| Pages 13–16

Research and development

Preparation and Characterisation of Vitamin-Loaded Electrospun Nanofibres as Promising Transdermal Patches

Authors: Parın Fatma Nur , Yildirim Kenan

In this study, bioactive fibres were produced using polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), gelatin, polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) as a polymer matrix, and different amounts of folic acid (FA) as a vitamin using the electrospinning technique. Loading of the folic acid...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.3148
| Pages 17–25

Physicochemical Assessment of the Biodegradability of Agricultural Nonwovens Made of PLA

Authors: Miros-Kudra Patrycja, Gzyra-Jagieła Karolina, Kudra Michał

Compostable biodegradable plastics are an ecological alternative to traditional products based on petroleum derivatives, whose post-use waste may pollute the natural environment. Modern polymer materials show the functional properties of plastics obtained by conventional methods, but...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.2398
| Pages 26–34

Detection of Remote Sensing Warp Tension during Weaving on Plain Twill and Satin Fabrics

Authors: Kaplan Volkan

Warp tensions were measured while a machine was operating on a woven cotton fabric with three different woven patterns. This study was carried out with image analysis methods using a high speed camera. Three weave pattern types: plain, twill...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.2726
| Pages 35–39

Effect of Metallisation of Basalt Fabric on Its Surface Resistivity

Authors: Miśkiewicz Pamela, Tokarska Magdalena, Frydrych Iwona, Pawlak Wojciech

The main aim of the research was to carry out the surface modification of basalt fabric in order to improve selected thermal properties of the material, i.e., resistance to contact and radiant heat, to apply it...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5040
| Pages 41–46

Effect of Elasticity on Electrical Properties of Weft-Knitted Conductive Fabrics

Authors: Han Xiaoxue , Miao Xuhong, Chen Xi , Niu Li , Wan Ailan

Because of softness and lightness, various flexible sensors have attracted extensive attention and been widely studied. Sensing mechanism of most wearable sensors is derived from an elastic substrate, such as fabric or polymer materials. Although the...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5042
| Pages 47–52

Investigation of the Influence of Stretch
on the Air Permeability of Knitted Fabric: Effect of Loop Length

Authors: Kumar V., Prakash C., Manigandan G. , Sampath V. R.

Most of the time, a certain degree of stretch prominently and incrementally occurs in intimate wear, leisure wear, sportswear, medical textiles etc., during their action. Variations in the stretch gradient would definitely cause changes in the air...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5045
| Pages 53–56

Multi-Response Optimisation for the Development of an Activated Carbon Web as Interlining for Higher Electrical Conductivity and EMI Shielding Using Grey Relational Analysis

Authors: Naeem M. Salman , Ahmad Naseer, Javed Zafar , Jabbar Abdul , Rehman Ateeq ur Rehman, Zubair Muhammad, Zia Gilani Syed Qummer , Ahmad Zuhaib , Karahan Mehmet

This paper presents a simple and novel method of producing an activated carbon (AC)
non-woven web from acrylic waste derived from discarded bathmats converted into a nonwoven web by a carding and needle punching machine. After stabilisation at...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5046
| Pages 57–65

Environmental Impact Assessment of Discharged Heavy Metals in Textile Production

Authors: Ji Xiang , Qian Weiran , Qiu Xiaoxiao , Yang Yiduo , Xu Pinghua , Wang Laili

Heavy metals discharged from textile production have serious impacts on human beings and the environment. Chemical footprint (ChF) methodology is an important method in quantifying the environmental loads of discharged chemical pollutants. With the help of...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5047
| Pages 66–69

Barrier Properties of Footwear Packages against Water Vapour Transport and Thermal Resistance

Authors: Serweta Wioleta , Wójcik Justyna , Matusiak Małgorzata

In this paper the authors focused on the analysis of relations between the material (such as knitted fabrics with a two and three dimensional structure) configurations and hygienic parameters of packages. In order to measure hygienic properties,...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5048
| Pages 70–74

Optimisation of the Sublimation Textile Printing Process Using the Taguchi Method

Authors: Kumar Jeyaraman Anandha , Senthil Kumar M.

In this paper, printing parameters for the sublimation printing of polyester fabrics like the number of strokes, the sublimation paper weight in grams per square metre, the fusing temperature and time were optimised using the Tauguchi...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5049
| Pages 75–79

Reducing Steaming Times in the Printing of Nylon/Elastane Blend Fabrics via Chemical Modification

Authors: Atav Riza, Yüksel Muhammed Fatih , Yakin İsmail

Nylon fibres are commonly used in blends with elastane. One of the problems encountered in the printing of nylon/elastane blend fabrics is the necessity of long steaming times for fixation, which causes an increase in energy...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5050
| Pages 81–85

New Design of a Boost Drive Circuit with an Energy Recovery Function for the Piezoelectric Jacquard Needle

Authors: Xia Wen , Ren Wen, Lai Sencai

Aiming at the technical bottlenecks existing in the current warp knitting machine control system such as jacquard drive circuit, the design method of self-boosting power supply circuit integrated with jacquard driver is proposed for the embedded...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5051
| Pages 86–91

Intensification of Press Felt Dewatering for Tissue Machines

Authors: Reczulski Mariusz

This article describes a method of dewatering press felts using a blow-through device. The essence of this method is pressing out free water contained in the felt with unheated air at a slight overpressure. The usefulness of this method for various...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5053
| Pages 92–97


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