Chitosan s Wide Profile from Fibre to Fabrics An Overview

Chitosan s Wide Profile from Fibre to Fabrics  An Overview

Textile has a high structure capacity, is adaptive to multiple situations and is applied in food, energy, environmental, construction and medical industries.

Author: Xue Luo

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1154274726

Category: Science

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Textile has a high structure capacity, is adaptive to multiple situations and is applied in food, energy, environmental, construction and medical industries. Its stable and flexible characteristics are sure to attract even more attention. Biofunctional textile is one of the most important categories of functional textile, taking up 7% of the total amount, and is expected to be the most promising section of growth. Due to the restrict requirement of fibre production, chitosan is one of the few materials that can be spun into pure fibre. The pure chitosan fibre can be blend with other fibres and produce durable functional fabric suitable for medical as well as daily use. This article also reviewed existed modification on chitosan material prepared for fibre spinning and technology related to chitosan-based textile production and discussed the difficulties and possible solutions in chitosan yarn spinning and possible ways of fabric forming.
Categories: Science

From Fibre to Fabric

From Fibre to Fabric

The essential technical knowledge needed to make the right choices about all aspects of soft furnishing.

Author: Wilhelmine Van Aerssen

Publisher: Clearview

ISBN: 1908337400

Category:

Page: 272

View: 463

The essential technical knowledge needed to make the right choices about all aspects of soft furnishing.
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Textiles

Textiles

Providing a comprehensive survey of the textile field, this program reflects the trends in this fast-moving industry.

Author: Bernard P. Corbman

Publisher: Gregg Division McGraw-Hill

ISBN: 0070662363

Category: Textile fabrics

Page: 594

View: 107

Providing a comprehensive survey of the textile field, this program reflects the trends in this fast-moving industry. It features a separate chapter on each major type of fiber and an unit on the consumer use and evaluation of apparel and home furnishings, as well as use of relevant illustrations. Metrications are integrated in the program.
Categories: Textile fabrics

From Fiber to Fabric

From Fiber to Fabric

Harriet Hargrave presents the definitive resource guide to selection, use, and care of today’s textiles.

Author: Harriet Hargrave

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781571205247

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 416

Harriet Hargrave presents the definitive resource guide to selection, use, and care of today’s textiles. Includes easy-to-understand directions for testing fiber content, thread count, colorfastness, lightfastness, washfastness, and shrinkage. You’ll find information on the effects of water and detergents on different fabrics and dyes. Thread compatibility and batting selection charts. Recommendations for storing quilts is also included. With a better understanding of how textiles are made, what to consider when buying them, and how to care for them once you bring them home, you will have much more enjoyment and less stress as you create your wonderful quilts.
Categories: Crafts & Hobbies

Fibres to Fabrics

Fibres to Fabrics

All you want to know about fibre and fabric technology! This is a comprehensive guide that addresses the production of fibres and fabric construction (including colouration techniques and a wide variety of fabric finishes).

Author: Bev Ashford

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781496984685

Category: Education

Page: 244

View: 517

All you want to know about fibre and fabric technology! This is a comprehensive guide that addresses the production of fibres and fabric construction (including colouration techniques and a wide variety of fabric finishes). The book is presented in a logical, readable format, and it features numerous diagrams, pictures, and tables to aid in understanding and to use for comparison purposes. Also included is information regarding evolving technology, such as smart and modern materials and biotechnology.
Categories: Education

Fibre Fabric

Fibre   Fabric

Address 2941 , care Fibre and Fabric . PATENTED . WOOLEN Boss Carder
wants a po in the manutacture of yarns and to secure more even goods in woolen
, worsted , carpet vosiery Will go west or to Canada . Expects good wages . or ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433066356464

Category: Textile fabrics

Page:

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Categories: Textile fabrics

Fiber to Fabric

Fiber to Fabric

Author: Maurice David Potter

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015026544570

Category: Textile fabrics

Page: 344

View: 753

Categories: Textile fabrics

MnM Environment Studies TB 04

MnM Environment Studies TB 04

Yarns Most of the fibres are thin and short. They cannot be ... make fabrics. A yarn
is defined as a continuous strand made of a number of fibres that are twisted
together. ... From Fibre to Fabric There are six steps involved in making of the
cloth.

Author: Geeta Oberai

Publisher: New Saraswati House India Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9788173355448

Category: Science

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MnM-Environment Studies-TB-04
Categories: Science

Fibres from Synthetic Polymers

Fibres from Synthetic Polymers

( b ) Relation of fibre to fabric properties ( i ) Continuous filament Polyamide fibres
possess distinctive characteristics ; the intrinsic properties of high strength , low
modulus , complete but slow recovery , low moisture regain , high abrasion ...

Author: Rowland Hill

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015004486356

Category: Textile fibers, Synthetic

Page: 554

View: 343

Categories: Textile fibers, Synthetic

Silk Mohair Cashmere and Other Luxury Fibres

Silk  Mohair  Cashmere and Other Luxury Fibres

This book covers all aspects of the growth, physical characteristics, production, marketing and consumption of silk, mohair, cashmere, camelhair, Alpaca, Llama, Vicuna, Guanaco, Yak and Musk Ox fibres.

Author: R R Franck

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781855737594

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 264

View: 255

Although none of the luxury fibres, including silk, is produced in large quantities, their particular and unique qualities of fineness, softness, warmth and pleasurable handle mean that they occupy a very important place in the luxury apparel and fine furnishing trades. This book covers all aspects of the growth, physical characteristics, production, marketing and consumption of silk, mohair, cashmere, camelhair, Alpaca, Llama, Vicuna, Guanaco, Yak and Musk Ox fibres. The image of these fabrics is of course all important and the book describes in detail those rare occasions when a lower priced and lower quality version of a luxury fibre has damaged its overall reputation. Some natural fibres covered here including spider silk are also increasingly finding applications within the technical textiles sector where their high performance thermal properties and bio-mimetic qualities in particular, are very useful. This is an essential reference for all those involved in any part of the luxury fibre trade. Covers all aspects of the growth, physical characteristics, production, marketing and consumption of silk, mohair, cashmere, camelhair, Alpaca, Llama, Vicuna, Guanaco, Yak and Musk Ox fibres Describes the rare occasions when a lower priced and lower quality version of a luxury fibre has damaged its overall reputation
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Handbook of Value Addition Processes for Fabrics

Handbook of Value Addition Processes for Fabrics

It leads to a number of changes in fibre and fabric properties as follows: a) b) c) d)
e) f) g) h) A more circular fibre cross section Increased lustre Increased tensile
strength Increased apparent colour depth after dyeing Improved dyeability of ...

Author: B. Purushothama

Publisher:

ISBN: 9789385059926

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 484

View: 280

The purpose of this book is mainly to guide new entrants in the textile field who would like to supervise and manage the various processes involved. Chemicals and chemical reactions are not discussed however, as the process parameters and chemicals used vary and this needs to be decided by senior technical personnel. This book does however give general guidelines that are applicable for all and which can be used as a guide for training technical staff. It is not possible to list all the value addition processes practiced worldwide in one book, and hence, an attempt is made to collect details of some of the commonly practiced value addition processes, especially for apparel purposes. The functional treatments given for various technical textiles like medical textiles, protective textiles, industrial textiles, agrotech materials, geotextiles, and sport tech, etc are not covered in this book.
Categories: Business & Economics

Synthetic Fibres

Synthetic Fibres

Synthetic fibres account for about half of all fibre usage, with applications in every field of fibre and textile technology.

Author: J E McIntyre

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781845690427

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 308

View: 806

Synthetic fibres account for about half of all fibre usage, with applications in every field of fibre and textile technology. Although many classes of fibre based on synthetic polymers have been evaluated as potentially valuable commercial products, four of them - nylon, polyester, acrylic and polyolefin - dominate the market. These four account for approximately 98% by volume of synthetic fibre production, with polyester alone accounting for around 60%. Synthetic fibres: nylon, polyester, acrylic, polyolefin provides a brief history of the early evaluations that led to this situation, then looks in detail at the development and present status of each class in four substantial chapters. Synthesis of chemical intermediates, polymerisation methods, fibre spinning and orientation technology, texturing techniques, production of microfibres, and chemical variants, e.g. for modified dyeability, are considered in detail. This comprehensive and accessible book will appeal to textile technologists in industrial and academic research, chemical and synthetic fibre suppliers, and yarn and fabric manufacturers. Comprehensive overview of four major fibres
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Biodegradable and Sustainable Fibres

Biodegradable and Sustainable Fibres

With increasing concerns regarding the effect the textile industry is having on the environment, more and more textile researchers, producers and manufacturers are looking to biodegradable and sustainable fibres as an effective way of ...

Author: Richard Blackburn

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781845690991

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 464

View: 546

With increasing concerns regarding the effect the textile industry is having on the environment, more and more textile researchers, producers and manufacturers are looking to biodegradable and sustainable fibres as an effective way of reducing the impact textiles have on the environment. The emphasis in Biodegradable and sustainable fibres is on textiles that are beneficial by their biodegradation and come from sustainable sources. Biodegradable and sustainable fibres opens with a discussion of microbial processes in fibre degradation. It then moves on to discuss the major fibre types, including bast fibres, alginates, cellulose and speciality biodegradable fibres, such as lyocell, poly(lactic acid) and poly(hydroxyalkanoate)s. The development of synthetic silks is covered along with biodegradable natural fibre composites, nonwovens, and geotextiles. The final chapter looks at the history and future of soya bean protein fibres. Biodegradable and sustainable fibres is a comprehensive monograph providing essential reference for anyone interested in the area and environmental issues relating to textiles including fibre and textile scientists and students, textile technologists, manufacturers, and forensic specialists in industry and academia. Indispensable new book on this hot topic Discusses the major fibre types, inlcuding bast fibres Looks at biodegradable and sustainable fibres as an effective way of reducing the harm disposed textiles have on the environment
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Structure and Mechanics of Textile Fibre Assemblies

Structure and Mechanics of Textile Fibre Assemblies

Structure and mechanics of textile fibre assemblies discusses aspects of fabric structure and mechanical properties such as tensile, bending and shear properties for a range of fabrics.

Author: Peter Schwartz

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781845695231

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 264

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Textile structure and mechanics are fundamental to the way textiles are designed, manufactured, tested and used. Structure and mechanics of textile fibre assemblies discusses aspects of fabric structure and mechanical properties such as tensile, bending and shear properties for a range of fabrics. After a general introduction illustrating the role of fabric structure and mechanics, subsequent chapters discuss the structural, tensile, bending and shear properties of woven, knitted and nonwoven fabrics. Other chapters review the structure and mechanics of yarns, coated fabrics, 2D and 3D textile composites. Testing methods for the measurement of fabric mechanical properties and structure parameters are also explored. With its renowned editor and contributions from some of the world’s leading authorities, Structure and mechanics of textile fibre assemblies is an important reference for textile scientists, technologists, engineers and those designing and manufacturing textiles. It will also be suitable for those within the academic sector. Examines aspects of fabric structure and mechanical properties for a range of fabrics Discusses structure and mechanics of yarn and woven, nonwoven and knitted fabrics Explores testing methods enabling the measurement of fabric mechanical properties and structural parameters
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Handbook of Textile Fibres

Handbook of Textile Fibres

A comprehensive survey of the natural fibers animal, vegetable and mineral on which we depended for our textiles until comparatively recently.

Author: J Gordon Cook

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 1855734842

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 240

View: 156

A comprehensive survey of the natural fibers animal, vegetable and mineral on which we depended for our textiles until comparatively recently.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

TEXTBOOK OF FABRIC SCIENCE Third Edition

TEXTBOOK OF FABRIC SCIENCE  Third Edition

This book is a small step in the direction of giving an Indian perspective in understanding the world of fabrics by explaining the factors that contribute to the aesthetics as well as performance of a textile product.

Author: SEKHRI, SEEMA

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9789389347302

Category: Design

Page: 324

View: 766

This book is a small step in the direction of giving an Indian perspective in understanding the world of fabrics by explaining the factors that contribute to the aesthetics as well as performance of a textile product. Organised in seven parts, this book adopts a systematic approach in defining and exploring the concepts of fabric science. Part I (Fundamentals) discusses the history, composition, classification and properties of textile fibres. Part II (Fibre) focuses on the typical traits of the fibre family. Part III (Yarns) deals with yarn production and properties. Part IV (Fabrics) covers weaving, knitting and other methods of fabric construction. Part V (Finishing) highlights the colouration and functional finishes of any fabric. Part VI (Consumer Concerns) is aimed at enhancing consumer satisfaction by generating awareness among consumers regarding selection, care and maintenance. Part VII (Miscellaneous concepts)—introduced in the present edition—guides students on career opportunities related to this course. Intended for the undergraduate students of Home Science and Fabric and Apparel Science, the book also caters to the needs of various courses offered by fashion designing institutes. KEY FEATURES • Relevant illustrations and images to help in grasping the steps of fabric construction. • Chapter-end exercises aimed at testing the factual knowledge, understanding and application of the concepts. • Simple examples from day-to-day life to instil a sense of curiosity in the reader's mind to know more about the intriguing world of textiles. NEW TO THIS EDITION While maintaining organization of the book and its hallmark features—simple no-fill writing style and engaging pedagogy— the third edition introduces two full chapters on: • Care and Maintenance of Fabrics, and • Career Opportunities
Categories: Design

The Indian Textile Journal

The Indian Textile Journal

Cotton , viscose Vs bamboo in knitted fabrics Knitted fabrics from bamboo yarns
tend to pill less and have better drapability ... In addition , the bamboo fibres have
lower bending and torsional rigidity 5,131 Bamboo - based fabrics have low ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0106374648

Category: Textile fabrics

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Categories: Textile fabrics

Textile World

Textile World

Nasmith 3.00 The Cotton Fibre and the Mixing of Cotton . ... Yarn Tables , Reed
Tables , Weight Tables and Other Useful Tables .50 Spinning and Twisting of
Long Vegetable Fibres . ... Donat 2.00 Wool , Cotton and Silk , from Fibre to
Fabric .

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Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433111682617

Category: Textile fabrics

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Categories: Textile fabrics

Textiles Technology

Textiles Technology

Things to reflect the theme or mood of a design are stuck on to a big board, like
fabric samples, photos, colours, etc Product ... Microfibres can be blended with
other synthetics or with natural fibres, to make fabrics that have a wide range of ...

Author: Alex McArthur

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 9780748771967

Category: Computer-aided design

Page: 64

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Design and Make It : Textiles Technology for Key Stage 3 has a flexible unit-based structure. The use of structured, as well as open-ended units ensures a balance between knowledge and understanding and designing and making. Each unit builds on the previous unit and provides a higher level of challenge. The units can be used as the basis for a ready-made sequence of lessons, or as support for delivering knowledge and understanding within other tasks set by the teacher. The series helps students to remember the theory, use correct terminology and tackles specific exam techniques.
Categories: Computer-aided design