Plasma Technologies for Textile and Apparel: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Plasma Technologies for Textile and Apparel

1st Edition

Edited by S. K. Nema, P. B. Jhala

WPI Publishing

386 pages | 200 B/W Illus.

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Hardback: 9789380308555
pub: 2014-11-28
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Description

Plasma Technologies for Textile Apparel details plasma based technologies in textile industries. It disseminates knowledge gained over the years by Indian Institutes and organizations in the arena of plasma based applications for textiles. The book describes basics of low temperature plasma production in vacuum as well as at atmospheric pressure and various applications of plasma in textile particularly in Indian context.

Table of Contents

Basics of Plasma and Its Industrial Applications in Textiles

Introduction

Electric Breakdown of Gases

Paschen’s Law for Gas Breakdown

Discharge Current-Voltage Characteristics

Plasma Surface Interactions

Summary

References

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Processing of Textiles at FCIPT

Introduction

Status of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma in the World

Non-Thermal Plasma at Atmospheric Pressure

Influence of Process and Plasma Parameters and Scaling Up of System

Plasma Textile Interaction

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Technologies Developed at Fcipt for Textiles

Future Directions

Summary

References

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Polymerization of Hmdso on Different Textile Fibres and Their Studies

Introduction

Experimental

Characterization

Results and Discussion

Summary

References

In-Situ Plasma Reactions for Hydrophobic Functionalization of Textiles

Introduction

Surface Properties and Wettability

Challenges in Hydrophobic Functionalization of Textiles Using Atmospheric Pressure Glow Plasma

Effect of Different Parameters on Plasma Reactions

In-Situ Hydrophobic Functionalization of Textiles Using Gaseous Precursor

In-Situ Hydrophobic Functionalization of Textile Using Liquid Precursor

Summary

References

In-Situ Plasma Reactions for Hydrophilic Functionalization of Textile Substrates

Introduction

Plasma Processing of Textiles

Mechanism of Hydrophilic Finishing

Generation and Characterization of Plasma

Application of Plasma in Textile Chemical Processing

Stability of Hydrophilic Finish

Breaking Strength

Summary

References

Plasma Processing of Textiles to Enhance Their Dyeing and Surface Properties

Introduction

Classification of Plasmas

Plasma Interactions with Substrate

Plasma Processing of Textiles

Plasma Treatment for Enhancing Dyeing

Plasma for Creating Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Flammable Fabrics

Industry Relevance of Our Work

Acknowledgement

References

Next to Skin Easy Care Woolens by Plasma and Other Eco-Friendly Technologies

Introduction

Fabric-Evoked Itch and Prickle

Shrink Proofing Processes

Future Trends

Sources of Further Information

References

Low Pressure Air Plasma for Processing of Silk Textiles

Introduction

Classification of Silk

Silk Formation and Properties

Silk Wet Processing Technology

Plasma Technology

Materials and Methods

Conclusion

References

Rf Plasma Treatment of Muga Silk and Its Characterization

Introduction

Experimental

Results and Discussion

Industrial Scale-Up and Marketing

Conclusion

References

Cold Plasma for Dry Processing, Functionalization and Finishing of Textile Materials

Introduction

Principle of Cold Plasma Treatment of Textiles

Low Temperature Plasma (LTP) Treatment of Textile Materials

Current Situation of Plasma Technology in Textiles

Characterization

Advantages and Shortcomings of Plasma Technology

Conclusions

References

Nanotitania Synthesis and Its Integration in Textiles Using Plasma Technology

Introduction

Fabric Pre-Treatment by Plasma

Methods of Nanomaterial Synthesis

Nanotitania Synthesis and Its Application in Textiles at FCIPT

Potential Hazards of Nanotitania for Human Skin

Conclusion

Acknowledgement

References

Plasma Textile Technology Status, Techno-Economics, Limitations and Industrial Usage Potential

Introduction

Technology Status

Industrial Use

Techno-Economics

Other Applications

Challenges and Opportunities

Conclusions

References

Index

About the Series

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science