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Issue 4 (148) / 2021

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Analysis of Motivational Conditions Behind Sustainable Consumption in China’s Uniform Market

Authors: Zhang Ying , Li Li, Xing Xue, Liu Xiao-Gang

A uniform is distinctive clothing worn by members of the same firm or organisation. In China, the market for professional garments is extremely large. However, as mandatory professional clothing, uniforms are frequently used, torn, and replaced, leading...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.6075
| Pages 8–14

Assessing the Competitiveness of Serbian Textile and Apparel Industry Exports Using RCA Index and TPI Indicators

Authors: Corovic Enes, Jestratijevic Iva

Due to the paucity of relevant research, little is known about emerging patterns of competitiveness in the textile and apparel (T&A) industry in Balkan countries. Research focused on the Serbian T&A industry after 2006, when the country renewed...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8226
| Pages 15–23

Using TOPSIS and AHP Methods in Job Distribution to Subcontractors in Apparel Companies and Comparing the Results

Authors: Bulur Öykü Ceren , Kayar Mahmut

The ready-to-wear sector is one of the areas where outsourcing is used extensively due to reasons such as being a labour-intensive sector, having a wide range of products, and the time pressure caused by the very short shelf life...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8227
| Pages 24–31

Improving the Apparel Production Process by Using Simulation Modelling with a Waves Algorithm

Authors: Ünal Can, Kaya Ayşegül , Erdoğan Medine , Güngör Ayhan

In this study, a simulation study was carried out in order to increase the production efficiency of a company that produces hoodies. The simulation technique has been included in many studies for line balancing in the apparel industry. However,...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8228
| Pages 32–38

Research and development

Alkali Degumming and Refining Technology for Chinese Fevervine Fibre

Authors: Hongwei Zhang , Dongfeng Shao , Jianqin Tao

In this paper, the Rubiaceae Chinese Fevervine stem was used as raw material, with pool dipping, manual decorticating, acid dipping and sodium hydroxide scouring twice as the degumming method, to produce Chinese Fevervine Fibre (CF fibre)....   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8229
| Pages 39–42

Investigation of Open End Yarn Tension Using an Elastic Yarn-Guide

Authors: Shukhratov Sharof , Milašius Rimvydas, Gafurov Jakhongir , Mardonov Batir M., Gafurov Kabuljon , Repon Md. Reazuddin

This paper presents the results of Open End (OE) yarn tension investigation using a yarn-guide funnel with an elastic element. Obtained were the dependencies of tension change on such factors as body mass, elastic element rigidity,...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8230
| Pages 43–47

Digital Real-Time Rotating Speed Measuring and Fuzzy PID Control Algorithm Design for the Multi-Speed Electronic Let-Off System

Authors: Ren Wen, Lai Sencai, Xia Wen

Aiming at the warp knit fabric horizontal strip problem faced by the multi-speed electronic let-off process of warp knitting machines, a design scheme of a fully digital intelligent multi-speed electronic system is proposed. A wide-range digital speed measurement method...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8231
| Pages 48–55

Development of Multilayer Woven  Fabrics for the Adoptive Geometry Composite Structure

Authors: Zubair Zakariya , Alali Moussa , L’hostis Gildas , Zubair Muhammad, Drean Jean-Yves

In this study nine multilayer 3D woven structures were produced using polyamide filament yarns both in the warp and weft direction. Three different weaves: plain, 1/3 twill and 3/1 rib in the middle layer, and plain weave...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.6384
| Pages 56–61

Analytical Approach for Simulating the Compression and Recovery Behaviour of Nonwoven Fabrics for Automotive Floor-Covering Application under Static Loading

Authors: Azami A.A. , Payvandy Pedram, Jalili M.M.

In this study, viscoelastic model parameters are obtained to predict the compression and recovery behaviour of needle-punched nonwoven textiles which are customarily used in industrial applications such as automotive floor-coverings. To this end, two different models...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.6503
| Pages 62–68

Comparative Analysis of Electrospinning Methods for Producing Fibres and Materials with a Predicted Structure and Complex of Properties

Authors: Filatov Ivan Yu., Bokova Elena S., Smulskaya Maria , Kapustin Ivan A. , Pawlowa Maria , Kovalenko Grigory M.

Various industrial methods of electrospinning are considered. Experimental data of the results of electrospinning from solutions of chlorinated polyvinyl chloride, polyamide-6/66 and fluoroplastic F-42, obtained by various methods are presented.

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full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8232
| Pages 69–74

Study of the Dielectric Properties and Conductivity of Double Coated Glass Fibre Felt Composites

Authors: Liu Yuanjun, Wang Caixia , Ma Yiping , Liu Yanyan, Wu Haiying, Zhao Xiaoming

Graphite/talcum powder double-coated glass fibre felt composites were prepared using glass fibre felt as the base material, graphite as the surface absorbing agent, talcum powder as the underlying absorbing agent, epoxy resin E44 as the adhesive...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8233
| Pages 75–80

Adsorption Kinetics of an Activated Carbon Glass Composite Prepared  Using Acrylic Waste Through Laser Treatment

Authors: Zia Gilani Syed Qummer , Wiener Jakub, Naeem M. Salman , Javed Zafar , Jabbar Abdul , Abid Hafiz Affan , Karahan Mehmet

This work explains a novel method of producing activated carbon using laser treatment. Acrylic coated glass samples were developed by padding a glass non-woven sheet in 30% acrylic fibre solution (PAN solution) from waste acrylic bathmats. Samples were...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8234
| Pages 81–89

Effect of Atmospheric Pressure Oxygen Plasma treatment on Bonding Characteristics of Basalt Fibre Reinforced Concrete

Authors: Nandagopal K.R., Selvakumar A. , Raja D.

In this research work, the bonding characteristics of plasma treated basalt fibres were analysed by employing the fibre pull-out test. 80 samples were prepared with two different spans of basalt fibres (such as 25 mm and...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.6348
| Pages 90–93

Carbon Footprint and Water Footprint of Cashmere Fabrics

Authors: Chen Bilin , Qian Weiran , Yang Yiduo , Liu Hong, Wang Laili

Given the serious problems of climate change, water shortage and water pollution, researchers have paid increasing attention to the concepts of the carbon footprint and water footprint as useful indices to quantify and evaluate the environmental...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8235
| Pages 94–99

Chemical Footprint of the Wet Processing
of Cotton Fabric

Authors: Qian Weiran , Qiu Xiaoxiao , Guo Yiqi , Ji Xiang , Li Yi, Wang Laili

The chemical footprint (ChF) can identify the harmful effects of discharged chemical pollutants, helping producers to select environmentally friendly chemicals to reduce their negative environmental impact. This paper quantified and evaluated the ChF of the wet processing...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8236
| Pages 100–104

Fibre & Textile Art

Study on the Technological Process and Artistic Characteristics of Ancient Chinese Zhuanghua Silk Fabric

Authors: Chai Juan , Cui Rrongrong , Niu Li

In order to explore the traditional and superb craftsmanship as well as unique characteristics of artistic expression in ancient China, in this paper Zhuanghua silk fabric was selected as the research object, and the research methods...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.8237
| Pages 105–111

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