Textiles for Sustainable Development

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Nova Publishers, 2007 - 435 pages
This book covers the following themes and cross-cutting research and development activities: Agronomy, economics and market trends for the production of natural fibres; Synthetic and natural fibres, their properties, processing and applications; Properties, performance and primary processing of natural fibres; Textile and clothing production processes and properties; Nanotechnology applications in fibres, textiles and clothing; Comfort and health related applications of textiles; World trade and marketing of fibres, textiles and clothing; Modern and innovative textile processing techniques and technologies.
 

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Performance of Four European Hemp Cultivars Cultivated under Different Agronomic Conditions in the Eastern Cape Province South Africa
3
Antibacterial Cotton Fiber
13
Availability Production Marketing and Potential Applications of Natural Fibers of Brazil
21
Newest Achievements in Curaua Processing and Applications
39
Fiber Quality of Hemp Grown on the Swedish Island Gotland
53
Important Plant Parasitic Nematodes Affecting Fiber Crops Such as Cotton and Hemp in South Africa
63
Textile Metrology
71
hemp sys Design development and UpScaling of a Sustainable Production System for HEMP Textiles An Integrated Quality Systems Approach How ...
73
Comparison of the Alkaline Hydrolysis and Dyeing Properties of Poly Trimethylene Terephthalate and Poly Ethylene Terephthalate Fibers
237
Agrobased Fibers of Brazil and Their CompositesAn Overview
247
Influence of Corona Treatment on Linen Fabric Dyed with Natural Dyestuffs
263
Development of a New Vat Dyeing Process for Cellulose Materials PreTreated with Corona
275
Digital Printing on Silk Fabric
285
EcoFriendly Natural Fiber Textiles for Sustainable Development
293
Trends and Developments of the Worldwide Textile Industry
311
Influence of Fabrics Construction Lignin Content and other Factors on UV Blocking
319

A Review on the Development of Rapid Analytical Techniques for Assessing Physical Properties of Modified Linen Fabric
81
Application of Osmotic Pressure for Evaluation of Quality and Quantity of Fiber in Flax and Hemp
95
Comparison of Cotton Yarn Strength Prediction Methods
103
Cotton Fiber Quality Index
117
Part III Processing and Products
131
BiodegradableCompostable Composites from llgnocellulosic fibers
133
The Effect of Coarse Edge on Worsted Spinning Performance and Yarn Properties
147
High Performance in Sewing Guaranteeing Seam Quality through Control of Sewing Dynamics
161
Liquid Ammonia Treatment of Linen and CottonLinen Fabrics
173
The Designing of Multifunctional Fibrous Structures for Technical Applications
181
Development of Hemp Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Composites
189
Compatibility of CottonNylon and CottonPolyester WarpKnit Terry Towelling with Industrial Laundering Procedures
199
Kinetic Study of Polypropylene Nanocomposite Thermal Degradation
211
Fibrillation of Natural rs Increasing the Specific Surface for High Performance Composites
227
Effect of Corona Treatment on Finishing Processes of Linen Fabrics
337
Application of Nanotechnology
349
NanoCellulosic Fibers Preparation Properties and Directions of Application
351
Continuous Yarns from Electrospun Nanofibers Recent Developments
357
Nanotechnologies for Modification and Coating of Fibers and Textiles
363
electrospinning and stabilisation of PolyVinyl Alcohol Nanor Webs with Antimicrobial Activity Abstract No 58
373
Market Future Opportunities and General
385
Cottons Role in Sustainable Textiles
387
Raw Materials Based on Linseed Oils for polyurethane synthesis
397
Improved Profitability through Industrial Upgrading of Bast Fibers in South Africa
405
Flax Canada 2015 Going beyond the Status Quo
413
Index
421
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