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3D Woven Fabric
By Gaurav Bajpai and Amit Madhu

3D fabrics are the focus of rapid development due to their versatile physical, structural attributes and application scopes. These fabrics can be produced in various architectures which offers a great deal of opportunity to modify the weight, aesthetics, properties and cost of the various products. 3D fabrics have wide methods in terms of manufacturing. This paper

Thermal Comfort of Textile Materials and Its Assessment
By Manoj Tiwari

Providing Thermal comfort is considered as one of the most important requirement for a clothing system. Every living object seeks for comfort in the surrounding, and clothing systems plays a vital role in this regard by regulating and balancing the heat and moisture transportation from body to the environment and vice versa.

The Fiber Year 2009/10: A World Survey on Textile and Nonwoven Industry
By Oerlikon

"The Fiber Year 2009/10" is the tenth issue to describe in detail developments in the world's manmade fiber, spun yarn and Nonwoven industry. Its target is to provide a comprehensive picture on the textile industry. Statistical

Infrared Heat Increases Productivity of Flameproof Textiles
By New Cloth Market

High-quality home textiles for curtains, armchairs and sofas should not only look decorative, they also have to be hard-wearing and flameproof. Textiles usually get flame-retardant by a coating with special chemicals or saline solutions.

The Fiber Year 2008/09: A World Survey on Textile and Nonwovens Industry
By Oerlikon

"The Fiber Year 2008/09" is the ninth issue to describe in detail developments in the world's manmade fiber, spun yarn and nonwovens industry. Its target is to provide a comprehensive picture on the textile industry. Statistical information is instrumental in achieving an overall impression and inevitable to disclose

Biodegradable Polyesters and their Applications
By Supriya Pal

Over the past few decades, several biodegradable polyesters have been extensively studied for a wide variety of pharmaceutical and biomedical applications. The ester linkages of aliphatic and aliphatic-aromatic co-polyester can easily be cleaved by hydrolysis under alkaline, acid, or enzymatic catalysis

Eco-friendly Flame Retardant (FR) Pet Fibers through P-N Synergism
By Hari T. Deo, Nagesh K. Patel, Bharat K. Patel

Polyester forms a major constituent among the synthetic fiber industry. It is the most popular synthetic fiber because of its high strength and esthetic appeal. Polyester being highly crystalline, hydrophobic and devoid of reactive groups

Eco Friendly Clothing
By Jason Duke

People are becoming more conscious about the products they are buying and how these products are made. That's why manufacturers are creating styles crafted from sustainable resources. From sport shirts to fleece to accessories, eco friendly products are a welcome alternative that

EliTe® CompactSet Processing Synthetic Fibres
By Dr. Norbert Brunk

Fibre consumption worldwide is currently made up of about 58% manmade fibres and about 42% natural fibres. Although the percentage of cotton has slightly and continuously grown in the last years, its share of the total consumption of fibres is about 40% only

Rejuvenate Yourself with Odor Preventing Apparels
By Fibre2Fashion.com

Body odor is an embarrassment which every body would have faced in one or the other time. The stench of sweat or dirt may put a person in discomfiture, while with others. People look for clothes that smell good, and remain fresh for a longer time, thereby boosting their confidence. They expect specialized finishes that control body odor and remain fresh for a longer time.

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