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Issue 6 (150) / 2021

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General problems of the fibre and textile industries

Study of Parameters Influencing the Production and Improvement of the Launch System in a Production Department: Case Study in the Clothing Industry in Tunisia

Authors: Amira Lakhal, Nejib Sejri

This study was carried out in a clothing company to determine the parameters that influence the decline in production. The results showed that the parameter “Machine failures” had a 34.6% effect on production, and “lack of versatility” 19.7%, while...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0015.2715
| Pages 4–10

Causal Relationship of Market Orientation and Customer-Based Performance of Fashion Apparel Brands

Authors: Gul Rana Faizan , Liu Dunnan, Jamil Khalid , Hussain Zahid , Hussain Awan Fazal , Qin Guangyu

This study was conducted to determine the impact of market orientation on the consumer-based performance of fashion apparel brands. The study also reveals the moderating effect of employee orientation on market orientation and consumer-based performance. The sample of...   more »

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| Pages 11–17

Consumption Goals of Attributes Associated with a Product: A Study of Smart Running Shoes for a Group of Consumers in Nottingham, UK

Authors: Turhan Gülden, Kent Anthony

Wearable products with high tech content for any sport activity or exercise could perform to fulfil unmet needs or goals. The research investigated consumption goals and product evaluation with the Goal-Based Model for a study of smart running...   more »

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| Pages 18–21

Research on Competitiveness in Technical Textiles: Comparison of Countries Having the Lion’s Share of Technical Textile World Exports and Turkey

Authors: Karabay Gülseren, Sarıçoban Kazım

After the end of quotas in 2005, Turkey and many other countries confronted fierce competition from countries having cheap labour. Producing technical textile products that require high technology and skilled labour is one way to cope...   more »

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| Pages 22–31

Research and development

Influence of Temperature on the Properties of Cellulose Iβ based on Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Authors: Huang Shuang, Wu Xin , Li Peixing

Natural plants, such as cotton and linen, are rich in cellulose Iβ. The properties of cellulose Iβ under different temperatures was studied using molecular dynamics simulations. Firstly, the crystal of cellulose Iβ was built. To verify the...   more »

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| Pages 32–36

Effects of Foliar Sulfur Applications on the Quality of Cotton Plant Fibre Under Water Stress Conditions

Authors: Candemir Derya Kazgöz , Odemis Berkant

The research was conducted to determine the effects of Sulfur foliar applications on the fibre quality of cotton plants exposed to water stress at different growth stages in the Amik Plain (Hatay province, Turkey) in 2015 and...   more »

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| Pages 37–43

Scouring of Sheep Wool Using an Acoustic Ultrasound Wave

Authors: Czaplicki Zdzislaw, Matyjas-Zgondek Edyta, Strzelecki Stanisław

The paper describes a method of scouring sheep wool using ultrasound.The inspiration to start work on the use of ultrasound in the process of scouring sheep wool was positive results that had already been achieved for alpaca wool. Due...   more »

full text | references | Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0015.2721
| Pages 44–48

Distribution of the Polymer Melt Velocity and Temperature in the Spinneret Channel of Bi-component Fibre Melt Spinning: a Mathematical Model

Authors: Feng Pei, Liu Dashuang, Zhang Ronggen, Yang Chongchang

For the stability of composite fibre spinning, the difference in and distribution of the polymer melt velocity during the spinning are among the factors of importance. Based on the basic equation for the control of composite...   more »

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| Pages 49–53

Characterisation of CVC Yarn with Different Drafting Ratios in Vortex Spinning

Authors: Repon Md. Reazuddin , Islam Tarikul, Rahman Mahbubur , Malek Md. Abdul , Jalil Mohammad Abdul

This study focuses on the impacts of the draft on the characteristics of MVS produced CVC blended yarn. The output of a finisher drawn sliver with a linear density of 3.54 ktex was converted into yarns of 18.45 tex...   more »

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| Pages 54–58

Comparative Study on the Water Vapour Permeability of Textile by a Standard and Novel device

Authors: Mazari Adnan Ahmed, Havelka Antonin, Naeem Jawad, Adamek Karel

Thermo-physiological properties are very much connected to water vapour and air permeability. There are multiple standards with different working principles to determine the exact performance of any textile material. However, most of these tests are time-consuming...   more »

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| Pages 59–64

Effect of Industrial Washing and Laundering on the Colour Values of Knitted Denim

Authors: Mezarcıöz Serin

One of the most distinctive features of denim is that the warp yarn is dyed with indigo dye and the weft yarns are not dyed, i.e. white. Although warp yarns dyed with indigo dye are woven...   more »

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| Pages 65–71

Geometrical Model to Determine Sewing Thread Consumption for Stitch Class 406

Authors: Rehman Ateeq ur Rehman, Rasheed Abher , Javed Zafar , Naeem M. Salman , Ramzan Muhammad Babar, Karahan Mehmet

This study aimed at developing a geometrical model for predicting the sewing thread consumption of stitch class 406. Stitch class 400 is a multi-thread chain stitch which consumes a less amount of thread as compared with stitch class 500...   more »

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| Pages 72–76

Numerical Investigation of the Air Gap Distribution of Jackets with Different Fits and its Influence on Human Temperature

Authors: Awais Muhammad , Krzywinski Sybille , Kyosev Yordan

The air gaps underneath clothing have a great influence on the thermal regulation of the human body. The distribution of the air gaps depends on the shape of the human body as well as on clothing style,...   more »

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| Pages 77–86

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