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Application of smart polymers to textile
Smart polymeric materials respond with a considerable change in their properties to small changes in their environment. Environmental stimuli include temperature, pH, chemicals, and light. "Smart" stimuli sensitive materials can be either synthetic or
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Effect of nanosiver application on antimicrobial finishing
Microbial infestation poses danger to both living and non living matters. Obnoxious smell from the inner garments such as socks spread of diseases; staining and degradation of textiles are some of the detrimental effects of bad
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History of fibre development
Different kinds of fibres are available now-a-days. These fibres are mainly divided into two categories natural and man made. They are also categorized by the generations as they were produced in the different years and known as first generation, second generation, third generation or fourth generation
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Metallic Fibres
The hallmark of all Indian festivities is the golden glitter of the sarees and similarly-adorned dresses worn on such occasions. All that glitters may not be gold and the ‘zari’ (metallic yarn), responsible for this lustrous appearance, may or may not contain any gold. This paper
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Use of DREF technology for specific end uses in technical textiles - case study
Polypropylene Staple Fiber (PPSF) is fast out pacing other synthetic fibers in terms of market growth and is finding new and varied end uses over old and traditional synthetic fibers. It is now being used in the manufacture of Drinking Water Filter
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New reinforced material for textile composite - Basalt fiber
Basalt fiber or fibre is a material made from extremely fine fibers of basalt, which is composed of the minerals plagioclase, pyroxene, and olivine. It is similar to carbon fibre and fiberglass, having better physicomechanical properties than fiberglass, but
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Important fibres of technical textile industry - Part 2
In our former article entitled "Important fibres of technical textile industry - part 1 ", we discussed about five fibres Polyethylene, Polyester, Nylon, Carbon and Polypropylene. In this article we would be covering
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An overview of jute functional finishes
Now a days international standing involved in research on obtaining and processing natural raw material ( Jute, flax, sisal, coir, mesta, cotton, ramie, wool etc.). It carries out research on Agrotech, Geotech, Buildtech, Oekotech, Mobiletech, Floor Coverings, Speciality garments
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Antimicrobial finish on textiles
Bio shield AM 500 3- (trimethoxy silyl)- propyl - dimethyl octadecyl ammonium chloride was applied to cotton fabrics by a cold pad-batch method in the presence of an alkaline catalyst to evaluate its use as a durable antimicrobial
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Nano Textiles
In 2000, the barrier between man and machine is as thin as a strand from the double helix. As computer equipment, surgical tools and communications pipelines shrink ever smaller, the next step in engineering is to merge the biological and mechanical molecules and compounds in to really, really small
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