Soft Computing in Fibrous Materials Engineering
More about Fibre Friction and its Measurements
Physical Principles of Electrospinning (Electrospinning as a Nano-Scale Technology of the Twenty-First Century)
Advanced Technical Textile Products
By Ng Sau-Fun, Hui Chi-Leung, Wong Lai-Fan
March 07, 2012
Although the main theme of this book is products for the elderly and the disabled, it also contains major sections on medical garments, which include personal protective equipment (PPE), hip protectors (HP), pressure garments (PG), compression stockings (CS), wet dressings, products for wound ...
Edited By Renzo Shamey, Woo Sub Shim
August 18, 2011
This book addresses the problems in the dyeing of polyester textile materials in various forms and provides an overview of various textile operations for polyester. It presents various key steps and critical factors involved in the production of dyed polyester textile materials....
By Abhijit Majumdar
April 12, 2011
Due to their unique combination of characteristics (strong yet flexible and lightweight), fibrous materials are increasingly being used in technical applications, making it imperative to understand the properties of the materials before their manufacturing. Soft computing techniques—including ...
Edited By Arunangshu Mukhopadhyay
July 30, 2010
This book provides the fundamental concept of design and development of pulse-jet filters under varied situations. It discusses technical and commercial solutions for successful operation of textile industries integrated with pollution control equipment maintaining clean air requirements....
Edited By Mehmet Emin Yuyksekkaya
February 22, 2010
Unfortunately, the classical empirical friction laws do not hold true for fibrous and viscoelastic materials comprising most of the textile fibres. In the second half of the twentieth century, fibre surfaces have been studied by many distinguished scientists who were able to complete numerous ...
Edited By D. Lukas, A. Sarkar, L. Martinova, K. Vodsed'alkova, D. Lubasova, J. Chaloupek, P. Pokorny, P. Mikes, J. Chvojka, M. Komarek
March 01, 2009
After introducing the history and process of electrospinning, this book, Volume 41.2 of the journal Textiles Progress, highlights the self-organization of fluid in electrospinning. It then describes the jet path and its possible control by special collectors and spinning electrodes. The authors ...
Edited By P.J. Xu, H. Zhang, X.M. Tao
January 14, 2009
Volume 40.4 of the journal Textile Progress, this book reviews textile-structured electrodes, interactive textile devices, for wearable electrocardiogram (ECG). It describes the human cardiac bioelectricity signal using mechanism and acquisition methods by commercial medical electrodes and ...
Edited By Xiaoming Tao
November 11, 2008
The Textile Progress monograph series provides a critical and comprehensive examination of the origination and application of developments in the textile industry and its products. This article is successive to "Fibre Materials for Advanced Technical Textiles" in the series of "Advanced Technical ...
By T. Matsuo
October 15, 2008
This paper tries to give an overview on technologies using fibrous materials for contributing to environmental and resource matters. The technologies for water treatment include bio-reactive treatment system using membrane hollow fibre, desalination using Ro hollow fibre, purification of water work...
By S.N. Pandey
January 22, 2008
Volume 39.1 of the journal Textiles Progress, this book presents a critical review of the recent research work and development on ramie, a long vegetable bast fiber. Divided into two parts, the text first discusses the progress of recent work on ramie; chemical components, such as fiber degumming; ...