A method is provided for temporary coloration of textile materials which comprises applying to said textile materials an amine-reducible tint in an amount sufficient to provide coloration to said textile material, said tint being characterized by the formula: R{A[alkeneoxy constituent).sub.n X].sub.m }.sub.p where RA is the organic, easily reducible dyestuff radical, A is a linking moiety in said organic, easily reducible dyestuff radical selected from the group consisting of --N--, --O--, --S--, or --CO2 --, the alkenyl moiety of said alkyleneoxy constituent contains from 2 to about 4 carbon atoms, n is an integer of from 2 to about 300, m is 1 when A is --O--, --S--, --CO2 -- and 2 when A is --N--, p is an integer of from 1 to 5, and X is a member of the group consisting of --H--, alkyl, -alkylcarboxylate, or -arylcarboxylate; and contacting said amine-reducible tint with an amine compound in an amount sufficient to reduce said tint whereby said coloration of said textile material is removed.
FUGITIVE TINTING F TEXTILE MATERIALS Henry Charles Olpin, Alexander McGill and Alexander James Wesson, Spondon, near Derby, England, assignors to British Celanese Limited, a corporation of Great Britain No Drawing. Application September 1, 1953, Serial No. 377,957 Claims priority, application Great Britain September 22, 1952 9 Claims. (Cl. 8-56) This invention relates to textile tinting compositions and to the fugitive tinting of textile materials, especially the fugitive tinting of fibres of cellulose acetate or other cellulose ester or ether. It is a common practice in the textile industry to apply fugitive tints to textile threads and other textile materials in order to assist identification during processing. It is often a great advantage to be able to identify particular ends in a warp during weaving or to distinguish at a glance one kind of yarn from another. Again, in preparing mixtures of two different kinds of staple fibre, for example a mixture of cellulose acetate staple fibre and ...
Work has been intensified around the integration of textile and measurement technology for physiological measurements in the last years. As a result nowadays it is possible to find available commercial products for cardiovascular personal healthcare monitoring. Most of the efforts have been focused in the acquisition of EKG for cardiovascular monitoring where textile electrodes have shown satisfactory performance. Electrical Bioimpedance is another type of physiological measurement that can be used for personal healthcare monitoring where the integration and the performance of the textile electrodes has not been investigated that thoroughly. In this work, the influence of the textile electrodes on the measurements and on the estimation of the Cole (R0 , R?, fC and a) and body composition (TBW, ICW, ECW and FFM) parameters has been especially addressed. Complex Spectroscopy 4-electrode wrist-to-ankle electrical bioimpedance measurements taken with conventional Ag/AgCl and textile-electrodes on customized
In this paper a detailed investigation, based on simulations and experiments of polarized light propagation through textile material, is presented. The fibers in textile material are generally anisotropic with axisymmetric structure. The formalism of anisotropic fiber scattering (AFS) at oblique incidence is first deduced and then, based on this formalism and considered multiscattering, a polarization-dependent Monte Carlo method is employed to simulate the propagation of polarized light in textile material. Taking cotton fiber assemblies as samples, the forward-scattering Mueller matrices are calculated theoretically through the AFS-based simulations and measured experimentally by an improved Mueller matrix polarimeter. Their variations according to sample thickness are discussed primarily. With these matrices polar-decomposed, a further discussion on the optical polarization properties of cotton fiber assemblies (i.e., depolarization ...
Prospects of bamboo fibre in textile applications. Medical textiles: Health care and hygienic textiles are a key area in medical textiles. There are wide ranges of products available in health care and hygiene textiles like surgical mask, surgical caps, and absorbent textiles. The absorbent textiles are used in incontinence products, baby diapers. Since bamboo have excellent softness, soft surface feel and good absorbency and dry fast. The usage in hygiene textiles provides an opportunity for the personalised health care segment in medical textiles. Since bamboo has good antimicrobial characteristics it is suitable for bandages used for wound healings.. Home textiles: Home textile is an important segment of textiles value chain; it covers products like table cloth, towel, curtains, sheets and pillow cases. Presently towels are made from cotton and blends of cotton. Since Bamboo has excellent characteristics to absorb moisture from the wet skin it also posses light weight, softness and dry fast. ...
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United States Patent Office 3,540,835 CARBOXYLIC ACID GROUP CONTAINING CO- POLYMER IS APPLIED TO TEXTILE WHICH HAS BEEN TREATED WITH AN AMINOPLAST RESIN TO IMPROVE SOIL RELEASE CHARACTERIS- TICS THEREOF Francis W. Marco, Spartanburg, S.C., assignor to Deering Milliken Research Corporation, Spartanburg, S.C., a corporation of South Carolina No Drawing. Continuation-impart of application Ser. No. 570,169, Aug. 4, 1966. This application Aug. 11, 1967, Ser. No. 659,852 Int. Cl. D06m /54, 15/14 U.S. Cl. 8-115.6 13 Claims ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A process for imparting soil release and durable press characteristics to a textile material which comprises applying thereto a textile resin and a textile resin catalyst, at least partially curing said resin, applying to the resintreated textile material a synthetic acid polymer comprising at least weight percent acid calculated as acrylic acid, and heating the resulting textile material under textile resin curing conditions. This application is a ...
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Smart Textile Essay Smart textiles is the modification of fibers, fabrics and special articals which is produceing day by day in different way and different techniques. Many intelligent textiles already feature in advanced types of clothing, principally for protection and safety and for added fashion or convenience. Smart materials or textiles can be defined as the materials and structures which have sense or can sense the environmental conditions or stimuli, whereas intelligent textiles can be defined as textile structures which not only can sense but can also react and respond to environmental conditions or stimuli. These stimuli as well as response, could be thermal, chemical, mechanical, electric, magnetic or from other source. Classification of Smart Textiles: According to functional activity smart textiles can be classified in three categories: ? Passive Smart Textiles: The first generations of smart textiles, which can only sense the environmental conditions or stimulus, are called ...
A process for chemically bonding an odor-encapsulating agent to textiles includes reacting a cyclodextrin with a cross-linking agent capable of forming ether bonds with the cyclodextrin and with the textile material, and curing the textile material treated with a mixture of the cyclodextrin and cross-linking agent. Preferably, the cross-linking agent is imidazolidone, which forms an ether bond with a hydroxyl group on the cyclodextrin and with a hydroxyl group. In textile materials containing cellulose, imidazolidone forms an ether bond with a hydroxyl group on the cellulose. An active agent can be complexed with the cyclodextrin for release. Textiles formed by such a process can comprise an article of clothing adapted to trap odors emanating from a wearer.
The aim of this thesis work has been to study textile and screen printed smartware electrodes for electrocardiographic (ECG) measurements both in terms of their electrode properties and possibility to further improve their robustness to movement induced noise by using signal processing. Smartware electrodes for ECG measurements have previously been used in various applications but basic electrical electrode properties have not sufficiently been looked into. Furthermore, we believe that there is a possibility to reduce disturbances in the smartware ECG by adding redundant sensors and applying sensor fusion signal processing.. Electrical properties of conductive textiles have been evaluated in terms of stability and electrode impedance. Three yarns and textile electrode surfaces were tested. The electrodes made from pure stainless steel and 50\% stainless steel/ 50\% polyester showed acceptable stability of electrode potentials. All electrode measurements were performed on skin.. Furthermore, we ...
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Textile, as an intimate partner of human body, shows promising application in wearable thermoelectrics for body heat conversion. Compared with other widely studied flexible film thermoelectric materials, textiles having better air-permeability, wearability, and flexibility are more suitable for wearable electronics. In the past few years, many researches have focused on the design and fabrication of textile-based thermoelectric materials and generators. By integrating with high performance inorganic semiconductors and conductive polymers, fabrics or fibers will be given thermoelectric properties. Technologies of coating, printing, and even thermal drawing can be adopted in the fabrication of textile thermoelectric materials. With great design flexibility, various flexible textile generator structures can be obtained by using yarns or fabrics as thermoelectric legs, which will bring new inspirations for the future development of flexible thermoelectrics.
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Nov. 1, 1960 K. H. BARNARD 2,958,608 TEXTILE FABRICS AND METHODS OF MAKING THE SAME 4 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed April 18, 1958 FIGZ INVENTOR. KENNETH H. BARNARD ATTORNEY Nov. 1, 1960 K. H. BARNARD 2,958,608 TEXTILE FABRICS AND METHODS OF MAKING THE SAME Filed April 18, 1958 4 Sheets-Sheet 2 INVENTOR. KENNETH H, BA RNARD ATTORNEY Nov. 1, 1960 KQH. BARNARD 2,958,603 TEXTILE mamas AND METHODS OF MAKING THE SAME Filed April 18, 1958 4 Sheets-Sheet 3 INVENTOR. KENNETH H BARNARD dim/mu T t mw ATTORNEY 2,958,608 TEXTILE FABRICS AND METHODS OF MAKING THE SAME Filed April 1a, 1958 Nov. 1, 1960 K. H. BARNARD 4 Sheets-Sheet 4 FIG INVENTOR. KENNETH H BARNARD ATTORNEY TEXTILE FABRICS AND METHODS OF MAKING TIE SAME Kenneth H. Barnard, Barnstable, Mass, assignor to ChHCOPQE Manufacturing Corporation, a corporation of Massachusetts Filed Apr. 18, 1958, Set. N0. 729,391 18 Claims. (Cl. 117.11) The present invention relates to textile fabrics having a novel appearance and unique surface interest and to methods of ...
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silver nitrate. This article describes a method for imparting antimicrobial properties to textile materials by impregnation using water solutions and gels based on L-cysteine and silver nitrate. The results of microbiological testing of the samples are presented.. Key words: antimicrobial textile materials, impregnation, L-cysteine, silver nitrate. V. S. Federyaeva, R. F. Vitkovskaya, J. Goralski, I. Kotsemba, S. V. Petrov. Catalytic oxidation of carbon oxide and methane over nickel oxide catalysts supported on basalt fibers. In this paper properties of oxide catalysts supported on novel basalt fiber supports are considered. Catalysts were prepared by impregnation of basalt fibers with 5 wt.% solution of nickel nitrate. In this paper we considered an influence of basalt fibers treatment with solution of hydrochloric acid on metal content of catalysts prepared, carbon oxide and methane conversion, activation energy and interaction in metal oxide - support system using temperature programmed ...
Tens of millions of people live in mosquito-infested regions and controlling mosquito-borne diseases is one of the major interventions aimed at alleviating poverty worldwide. The use of insecticide-treated textiles is one of the most widespread control measures. This includes bed nets, battle clothing or, more generally, textiles use for clothing. These textiles are generally treated with permethrin as active ingredient, which is dosed after extraction of the active molecule present throughout the fabric (measured in mg permethrin/g of fabric) and does not take the effective concentration on the textile surfaces into account. The objective of this study was to propose an improved dosage method that enables measurement of the bioavailable or effective part of active ingredients on the surface of textile treated with insecticides. The proposed method relies on mechanical extraction of active molecules on the surface of the textile in direct contact with either the skin or with the targeted arthropod. The
Background Tens of millions of people live in mosquito-infested regions and controlling mosquito-borne diseases is one of the major interventions aimed at alleviating poverty worldwide. The use of insecticide-treated textiles is one of the most widespread control measures. This includes bed nets, battle clothing or, more generally, textiles use for clothing. These textiles are generally treated with permethrin as active ingredient, which is dosed after extraction of the active molecule present throughout the fabric (measured in mg permethrin/g of fabric) and does not take the effective concentration on the textile surfaces into account. The objective of this study was to propose an improved dosage method that enables measurement of the bioavailable or effective part of active ingredients on the surface of textile treated with insecticides. Methods The proposed method relies on mechanical extraction of active molecules on the surface of the textile in direct contact with either the skin or with ...
Smart textiles wearable technology: With the development of textile technology, apparel industry has made some breakthroughs in terms of comfort and warmth retaining. The revolutionary integration of electronics and textiles has enabled Smart Textiles to sense and react to changing environment, which has triggered a revolutionary change in the industry. Wearable technology refers to smart electronic devices (with microcontrollers) that can be worn on the body as implant or accessories. The designs often incorporate practical functions and features. Wearable equipment is not only about hardware, but also incorporate software support, data and cloud interaction to achieve its function, bringing huge changes to our lives and perceptions. Cute Circuit, a British wearable technology company, has developed the worlds first "smart skirt" which was made of grapheme. With a built-in sensor, it can respond to the wearers breathing rate to change colours ...
The Greenville County Library in partnership with the Greenville Textile Heritage Society are working on a project titled "Weaving Our History" that is designed to create a lasting record of the economic and cultural impact of the textile industry in Greenville. The project involves a history harvest, exhibits and events taking place from April - October 2014 and culminating in the annual Textile Heritage Festival on October 4 - 5, 2014. SC Humanities supported this program with a Major Grant in February 2014.. In the 1920s, the textile industry in Greenville was so vigorous that Greenville was known as the "Textile Capital of the World." This history had not only a strong economic impact on Greenville but also influenced cultural and social patterns, religion, education, sports, and more.. The Greenville County Library is collecting photos and artifacts that reflect this intricate history through an ongoing History Harvest project. Photos and other materials related to the textile history of ...
The report covers forecast and analysis for the Textile Fibers market on a global and regional level. The study provides historic data of 2015 along with a forecast from 2016 to 2021 based on volume and revenue (USD Million). The study includes drivers and restraints for the market along with the impact they have on the demand over the forecast period. Additionally, the report includes a study of opportunities available in the Textile Fibers market on a global level.. Get a copy of free Sample Report @http://www.syndicatemarketresearch.com/request-for-sample.html?flag=S&repid=87297. In order to give the users of this report a comprehensive view on the Textile Fibers market, we have included a detailed competitive scenario and product portfolio of key vendors. To understand the competitive landscape in the market, an analysis of Porters five forces model for the Textile Fibers market has also been included, strategic development along with patents analysis is included in this report. The study ...
Textile materials with self-cleaning and antimicrobial properties are desirable, given the limited resources required for laundry and the concern for astronauts health, microbial deterioration of materials (e.g., fabrics/surfaces discoloration, unpleasant odors), and interplanetary contamination. It is hypothesized that the use of textiles and garments can be extended to periods of weeks or months by the use of antimicrobial textiles, which prevent or inhibit microbial growth on fabrics.. Advances in textile technology have guided the development of antimicrobial agents consisting of metal (e.g., silver), metal oxides (e.g., copper oxide), and quaternary ammonium compounds. Some of these antimicrobial agents have been utilized in combating bacterial pathogens in a host of commercial products including wound dressings, medical devices, bed linens, paints, etc. Although silver ions is one of the most widely used metal-based, antimicrobial agents in the market, copper oxide impregnated products ...
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Ive started to make muslins out of nice donated fabric I find at the thrift store for $3/3 yards. I used to make my fashion garments without muslins and found myself making a lot of ill fitting mistakes, thereby, ending up with so-so, wonky looking/fitting garments. I still plan on only making muslins if there are fitting issues, or if I am planning on making more garments from the same pattern. I am really happy that to muslin/not to muslin is a personal option and not a mandate of sewing. My end goal is to create something lovely I can wear with pride. Making muslins and couture sewing techniques are two things avoided by most of the students in all but one of my sewing classes. Most people in the classes just cannot be bothered with making muslins or using couture techniques, as they are about seging and getting garments done as quickly as possible. As far as I am concerned, sewing is a personal passion for me and I am open to learning various sewing techniques, alternative ways of resolving ...
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Textile colorants impart color to a textile material, usually with a high degree of permanency, as a result of their chemical binding or physical entrapment within or around the textile material. The...
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Nationwide, just over 75,000 individuals were employed in textile machine operating occupations in 2013, according to the BLS. This occupation includes operators of bleaching and dyeing machines, cutting machines, knitting and weaving machines, and winding and twisting machines. Of these 75,000 employees, 23% were employed in Georgia and 20% were employed in North Carolina. South Carolina has another 10% of these employees, meaning that half of the nations textile machine operators are employed in one of these three Southern states.. Although North Carolina may have a disproportionately large share of the nations textile machine operators, they comprise a small portion of North Carolinas labor force. Fewer than 15,000 North Carolina jobs were as textile machine operators in 2013, representing less than two-fifths of one percent (0.37%) of all jobs.. Statewide, employment in textile machine operating occupations has seen marked declines since its peak in the mid-to-late twentieth century. In ...
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Transcutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation is routinely used in physical rehabilitation and more recently in brain-computer interface applications for restoring movement in paralyzed limbs. Due to variable muscle responses to repeated or sustained stimulation, grasp force levels can change significantly over time. Here we develop and assess closed-loop methods to regulate individual finger forces to facilitate functional movement. We combined this approach with custom textile-based electrodes to form a light-weight, wearable device and evaluated in paralyzed study participants. A textile-based electrode sleeve was developed by the study team and Myant, Corp. (Toronto, ON, Canada) and evaluated in a study involving three able-body participants and two participants with quadriplegia. A feedforward-feedback control structure was designed and implemented to accurately maintain finger force levels in a quadriplegic study participant. Individual finger flexion and extension movements, along with
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The demands for transparent, flexible electronic devices are continuously increasing due to their potential applications to the human body. In particular, skin-like, transparent, flexible strain sensors have been developed to realize multifunctional human-machine interfaces. Here, we report a sandwich-like structured strain sensor with excellent optical transparency based on highly purified, solution-processed, 99% metallic CNT-polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) composite thin films. Our CNT-PDMS composite strain sensors are mechanically compliant, physically robust, and easily fabricated. The fabricated strain sensors exhibit a high optical transparency of over 92% in the visible range with acceptable sensing performances in terms of sensitivity, hysteresis, linearity, and drift. We also found that the sensitivity and linearity of the strain sensors can be controlled by the number of CNT sprays; hence, our sensor can be applied and controlled based on the need of individual applications. Finally, we ...
A non-woven material including first effect fibers, first binder fibers, second binder fibers, and optionally second effect fibers. The non-woven material has a first planar zone and a second planar zone. The first planar zone includes a greater concentration of first effect fibers and first binder fibers. The second planar zone includes a greater concentration of second effect fibers and second binder fibers. The first planar zone can include a first surface skin associated with the first planar zone on the exterior of the non-woven material, and a second surface skin associated with the second planar zone on the exterior of the non-woven material. The non-woven material has a woven, knitted, or non-woven layer added on either one or both sides of the non-woven material.
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It is estimated that over 10,000 different dyes and pigments are used industrially and over 7 x 105 tons of synthetic dyes are annually produced worldwide [3,8,9]. Textile materials can be dyed using batch, continuous or semi-continuous processes. The kind of process used depends on many characteristics including type of material as such fiber, yarn, fabric, fabric construction and garment, as also the generic type of fiber, size of dye lots and quality requirements in the dyed fabric. Among these processes, the batch process is the most common method used to dye textile materials [10].. In the textile industry, up to 200,000 tons of these dyes are lost to effluents every year during the dyeing and finishing operations, due to the inefficiency of the dyeing process [9]. Unfortunately, most of these dyes escape conventional wastewater treatment processes and persist in the environment as a result of their high stability to light, temperature, water, detergents, chemicals, soap and other ...
2005 ITAA Proceedings #62 Annual Meeting, Alexandria, VA November 1-6, 2005 TEXTILES Cao, W. & Moore, M. (2005). Comparative Study on Flammability of Naturally Colored Cotton Cao, H., Harmon, H., & Branson, D. (2005). Detection of Organophosphate by Porphyrin Solution and Porphyrin-dyed Cotton Fabric Chen, H-L., Moore, M., & Kantor, N. (2005). Study of the Effect of Laundering on Naturally Colored Cottons by Swelling Reagents Cho, Y., Takatera, M., Okada, N., Inui, S., & Shimizu, Y. (2005). A Computerized Pattern Making Body Model for Different Sizes and Postures Hustvedt, G. (2005). Using Media-Rich Web Modules to Increase Student Laboratory Involvement Lee, S. & Obendorf, S. (2005). Barrier Effectiveness and Thermal Comfort of Protective Clothing Materials Lin, S-H. (2005). Developing a Textile Lab Manual with Limited Equipment Marcketti, S. (2005). Computer Mediated Communication in a Web-Based Textile Science Class McDowell, D. & Mimbs, C. (2005). Designer Challenge: Enhancing the ...
This book highlights the challenges in sustainable wet processing of textiles, natural dyes, enzymatic textiles and sustainable textile finishes. Textile industry is known for its chemical processing
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Proceedings ITAA 2011 Annual Conference Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 2 - 5, 2011 Textile and Apparel Industry Track Cho, H.J., Kananukul, C., & Jin, B. (2011). A Comparison of Global Competitive Advantage of U.S. and Italy Textile and Apparel Industries: Application of Generalized Double Diamond Model Cho, J.R. & Chung, J.-E. (2011). Effects of Satisfaction and Trust on Long-Term Orientation in Small Apparel Retailer-Supplier Relationships Choi, S. &Chun, J. (2011). Study of a Measure to Improve the Fitness of U.S. Apparel Products Directly Imported to Korea - with a Focus on Female Casual Lower Garments Han, J. & NIehm, L.S. (2011). The Three Asian Tigers: Current Conditions and Prospects for Consumers, Markets, and Fashion Industries Hodges, N. & Frank, P. (2011). The Case of the Disappearing Mill Village: Implications of Industry Change for Building and Sustaining Small Communities Lu, S. (2011). Textile and Apparel Industry Research in China: An Analysis of Chinese Publications in ...
The projects and content of this module are themed so as to provide a focused context to the development of your practical skills and conceptual awareness of your fashion and textile design. You will be encouraged to make links between your experiences of the different workshop inductions and will be supported by specialists who will introduce you to some of the background and current thinking particular to their subjects. You will have workshops, which will introduce you to basic techniques and skills in research, drawing for design, garment construction, handloom sampling, flatbed machine knitting, textile printing and digital design. These examples are illustrative and not exhaustive. They may vary each academic year. Based on your experiences towards the end of this module, you will be asked to choose which Fashion & Textile Design specialism you want to pursue in the next practice based module, Introduction to Fashion & Textile Design Skills. Your Personal Tutor and specialist staff will ...