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Jacek Leśnikowski

). Development of Electronic Textiles to Support Networks, Communications, and Medical Applications in Future U.S. Military Protective Clothing Systems, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, 9(3), 402-406. [8] Paradiso R., Wolter K., (2005). Wealthy - A Wearable Health Care System: New Frontier on E-Textile. MST News, 2, 10-11. [9] Stempień Z., Rybicki E., Rybicki T., Leśnikowski J. (2015). Inkjet-printing deposition of silver electroconductive layers on textile substrates at low sintering temperature by using an aqueous silver ions

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Tomasz Czajkowski and Maria Woźniak-Malczewska

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Innovation allows companies to obtain and maintain competitive advantage. Companies—even in the same sector of activities—often have various ways to reach this goal. The paper gives an insight to the most recent trends concerning the theory of innovations, presents four different innovative approaches, and illustrates them with the help of the selected Polish textile companies. Those companies are only a few selected from many that belong to this sector, which are innovative not only at the national, but also at the international level. The authors decided to present examples from this sector because there is a belief that it is one of the declining sectors of the Polish economy, while the presented examples clearly show that it includes companies that are innovative and can compete even on global markets.

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Hualing He and Zhicai Yu

References [1] Lu Y.H., Song G.W., Li J. (2013). Analysing performance of protective clothing upon hot liquid exposure using instrumented spray manikin. Ann Occup Hyg, 57 (6), 793-804. [2] Irzmanska E. (2016). The microclimate in protective fire fighter footwear: foot temperature and air temperature and relative humidity. Autes Res J, 16 (2), 75-79. [3] Keiser C., Becker C., Rossi R.M. (2008). Water vapor transport and absorption in multilayer protective clothing fabrics. Textile Res J, 78(7), 604. [4] Wang Y.Y., Lu Y.H., Li J., Pan J

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Soline Anthore Baptiste and Nicolas P. Baptiste

Budé 3 (Paris: Association Guillaume Budé, 1980) 305-320. Bartholeyns, Gil, ‘L’enjeu du vêtement au Moyen Âge. De l’anthropologie ordinaire à la raison sociale, XIIIe-XIVe siècle’, Le Corps et sa parure. Colloque international, Lausanne-Genève, 16-18 juin 2003 (Lausanne: Micrologus XV, 2007). Bartholeyns, Gil, ‘Pour une histoire explicative du vêtement. L’historiographie, le XIIIe siècle social et le XVIe siècle moral’, Fashion and Clothing in Late Medieval Europe / Mode und Kleidung im Europa des späten Mittelalters (Basel: Abegg-Stifung, 2010

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Małgorzata Matusiak and Sylwia Kowalczyk

References [1] Das A., Alagirusamy R., Kumar P., Study of Heat Transfer through Multilayer Clothing Assemblies: A Theoretical Prediction, AUTEX Research Journal, Vol. 11, No2, June 2011. [2] Matusiak M., Thermal Insulation Properties of Single and Multilayer Textiles, Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe No 14, 5(59) (2006), pp. 98-112. [3] Hes L., Marketing Aspects of Clothing Comfort Evaluation, Book of Proceedings of the X. International Textile and Apparel Symposium, Izmir (2004). [4] Matusiak

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Helena Heroldová

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The study focuses on the methodology of research on recycled clothing. Two Chinese Dragon Robes from the collection of the Náprstek Museum were remade as a men’s jacket and a woman’s evening dress. Both examples are described, analysed and interpreted from two points of view: as authentic Dragon Robes in its original Imperial China setting, as well as newly made clothes in the context of the early 20th century Western culture.

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Hakan Özdemir

-10. [12] Başer, G. (2004). Technique and art of weaving (Vol. 1). İzmir: Punto (in Turkish). [13] Das, A., Alagirusamy, R., Kumar, P. (2011). Study of heat transfer through multilayer clothing assemblies: a theoretical prediction. AUTEX Research Journal, 11(2), 54-60. [14] Uğur, Ş.S., Sivri, Ç. (2008). The comparison of water vapour measurement techniques for textiles. Electronic Journal of Textile Technologies, (3), 13-20 (in Turkish). [15] Galceran, V. (1962). Weaving technology. Terrassa: Technical University of

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Victoria Bilyk

://www.swu.bg/media/352216/info%20pakmtmshp2013_eng.pdf 9.Professional bachelor of production of clothes. Utena University Of Applied Sciences. (2014). Retrieved 26.02.2015 from http://ил\л\.Ьас1іе1ог8и^іе»ги/профессиональньій-бакалавр-проюводстводеждьі/ЕіІ\а/иіепа-University-Of-Applied-Sciences/. 10.Remaud, B. (2013). European perspectives on the competences of engineering graduates. Engineering education, No 12, p. 11-17. 11.Textile and clothing production. Higher Education Professional Study Programme.University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

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B. Mochnacki and M. Ciesielski

. Majchrzak, “Numerical solution of dual phase lag model of bioheat transfer using the general boundary element method”, CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 69, 1, 43–60 (2010). [11] D. Fiala, K.J. Lomas and M. Stohrer, “A computer model of human thermoregulation for a wide range of environmental conditions: the passive system”, Journal of Applied Physiology 87, 5, 1957–1972 (1999) [12] P. Chitrphiromsri, Modeling of Thermal Performance Firefighter Protecting Clothing During the Intense Heat Exposure , Mechanical Engineering, Doctoral Theses

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Ladislav Jánošík and Šárka Bernatíková

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The article presents results from the use of a thermal camera in experimental monitoring people in a smoked environment during exercise tests under heavy conditions in gas-tight chemical protective clothing. Experiments were carried out on the ground of former barracks, at present the training ground of Fire and Rescue Service of the Vysočina Region in Jihlava. The article describes the place and the procedure of the experiment, gas-tight chemical protective clothing and a range of usage of the thermal camera. Measured values of temperature field are stated and discussed. In the conclusion, recommendations for measurements using the thermal camera in further experiments, aimed at acquiring more accurate knowledge of external manifestations of strain on firefighters when using gas-tight clothing, are presented.