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Asif Mangat, Lubos Hes and Vladimir Bajzik

International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, 2014. 2(9): p. 65-68. [7] Mazumder, S., Effects of Sand Blasting With Industrial Enzyme Silicon Wash on Denim ApparelCharacteristics. Daffodil International University Journal of Science And Technology, 2010. 5(1): p. 6-9. [8] Hes, L. Fundaments of design of fabrics and garments with demanded thermophysiological comfort. in International Round Table «Clothing Comfort - Condition of Life Quality» 2009. Romania [9] Hes, L., Fast Determination of Surface Moisture Absorptivity

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Thi Anh Dao Tran, Matthieu Arnold, Laurence Schacher, Dominique. C. Adolphe and Guillaume Reys

requirements and performance levels. [7] Abreu, M.J., Silva, M.E., Schacher, L., Adolphe, D. (2003). Designing surgical clothing and drapes according to the new technical standards. International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, Vol.15, No.1, 2003, 69 -74. [8] Eurostat - Health care staff - Dentists. Retrieved Nov 19, 2014. Web site: [9] Barghout, N., Al Habashneh, R., Ryalat, S.T., Asa’ad, F.A., Marashdeh, M. (2012). Patients’ perception

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Ana Marija Grancarić, Anita Tarbuk and Lea Botteri

. Textile Chemist and Colorist, 32(4), 21-23. [11] Hoffmann, K., Laperre, J., Avermaete, A., Altmeyer, P., Gambichler, T. (2001). Defined UV protection by apparel textiles, Arch Dermatol. 137(8),1089-1094. [12] Gambichler, T., Rotterdam, S., Altmeyer, P., Hoffmann, K. (2001). Protection against ultraviolet radiation by commercial summer clothing: need for standardised testing and labelling, BMC Dermatology 1 (6). [13] Reinert, G., Fuso, F., Hilfiker, R., Schmidt, E. (1997). UV-protecting properties of textile fabrics and

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Brigita Kolčavová Sirková and Iva Mertová

, Proc. Of 3rd International conference on computer graphics, South Africa 2004 CAD-Simulation of 3D woven shapes, Department of Textile and Clothing Technology, Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany Křemenáková D., Kolčavová S. B., Mertová I.: Libtex software package, Technical University of Liberec,Textile Faculty, National research Center TEXTIL I, Czech Textile Seminar Greece May 2005 Szosland J.,: Modelling the structural barrier ability of woven fabrics, Textile research, Department of Textile Architecture, Technical University of Łódź

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Andrzej Araźny, Krzysztof Migała, Sebastian Sikora and Tomasz Budzik

the predicted insulation index of clothing in the Norwegian Arctic for the period 1971-2000. Polish Polar Research 27(4): 341-357. Araźny A. 2008. Bioclimatic conditions and their variability in the Norwegian Arctic for the period 1971-2000 . Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń: 215 pp. (in Polish). Araźny A. and Błażejczyk K. 2007. Bioclimatic conditions on Kaffiøyra Plain and Waldemar Glacier (NW Spitsbergen) from 16 th July to 20 th September 2005. In: R. Przybylak M. Kejna A. Araźny and P

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Claudiu Lăzăroaie, Florentina Alexe and Ciprian Său

References [1] C. O’Brien, L.A. Blanchard, B.S. Cadarette, T.L. Endrusick, X. Xu, Larry G. Berglund, M.N. Sawka, R.W. Hoyt, Methods of Evaluating Protective Clothing Relative to Heat and cold Stress: Thermal Manikin, Biomedical Modeling, and Human Testing, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene , 8: 588–599, 2011. [2] STANAG 4563, Tropical field clothing system (climatic zones B1, B2, B3) [3] R.F. Goldman, B. Kampmann, Handbook on clothing. Biomedical Effects of Military Clothing and Equipment Systems, 2007. [4] ISO 11092

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Daniel Manolov


This paper presents ways of improving the planning of the supply of clothing, footwear and equipment in the following areas: priority purchase, terms of planning, output planning, planning of stocks and others. The main objective is to establish a methodology for planning the supply of clothing, footwear and equipment. All areas for improvement are consistent and identified in a resource-limited environment and dictated by the ability of the planning system to supply the Bulgarian Army. The paper also presents the option to use the АВС analysis to structure the planned activities of individual groups of property.

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Daniela Staicu and Oana Pop

model? - The case of the IOU Project”, Textile and clothing sustainability Journal, Vol. 1, DOI: 10.1186/s40689-015-0003-0. Gharajedaghi J. (2011), “Systems Thinking: Managing Chaos and Complexity”, Third Edition, Burlington: Elsevier. Ghisellini, P., Cialani, C., Ulgiati, S. (2016), “A review on circular economy: the expected transition to a balanced interplay of environmental and economic systems”, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 114, pp.11-32. Green Strategy. (2017), “Circular frameworks for sustainable business”, available at: http

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Zbigniew Dąbrowiecki, Małgorzata Dąbrowiecka, Romuald Olszański and Piotr Siermontowski


When working in chemical or biological environments, contamination is an extremely dangerous issue for the rescue services of the fire department, police and the army.

Modern protective overalls worn by fire fighters or dry “Viking” diving suits made from neoprene or nylon covered with polyurethane, have been proven to ensure sufficient protection. However, once the contaminated area is left, there is a need to perform decontamination of the external and internal surfaces of the protective overalls; in order to ensure the clothing continues to offer a high level of comfort and to retain the durability of said protective clothing, it is of course also necessary to perform a drying procedure.

Moreover, there is a risk of a transfer of pathogenic micro-organisms between persons utilising the same protective clothes, particularly in the case of expensive specialist suits. Micro-organisms which may potentially spread through clothing include intestinal bacteria, such as: Salmonella, Shigella, Campylobacter, E. coli (including E. coli O157), C. difficile, viruses inducing infections of the upper respiratory tract and alimentary tract (noraviruses, rotaviruses, adeno and astroviruses). The risk of infection also involves the presence of the flu viruses, herpesviruses and pathogens transferred through skin, such as S. aureus (including MRSA), yeast-like fungi (Candida albicans), fungal strains inducing Tinea pedis and Tinea corporis [1]. Pathogenic micro-organisms can easily transfer from fabric surface onto the body of a person wearing protective clothing.

From the numerous available techniques of decontamination of surfaces, equipment and protective clothing we propose to use for this purpose gaseous hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), a very effective biocidal agent. In field conditions, typical for the activities of rescue crews of the fire department, police and army we assume utilisation of a portable decontamination chamber enabling performance of a complete decontamination process.

The process lasting approximately 3 hours encompasses 3 phases:

• Drying phase;

• Decontamination with gaseous hydrogen peroxide;

• Catalytic combustion phase of hydrogen peroxide residues to a level safe for the environment.

The integrated humidity and H2O2 level sensors ensure automatic control of the entire process and the unique distribution system of gaseous H2O2 secures full accessibility of the biocidal agent to the external surface of protective clothing as well as its interior. Moreover, the container allows for the conduction of the complete decontamination of the rescue equipment, night vision devices, binoculars, field telephones, radio stations, etc. Upon decontamination cycle completion, we obtain a completely dried suit which can be safely used by another crew member.

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Xinzhou Wu, Victor Kuzmichev and Tian Peng

References [1] Ashdown, S. P. (2013). An investigation of the structure of sizing systems. International Journal of Clothing Science & Technology, Vol.10, No.5, pp.324-341. [2] Choi, M. S., Susan, P. A., & Cho, H. J. (2002). Comparison of Body Measurements between Korean and the US Women Aged Over 55. Fashion business, Vol.6, No.6, 34-42. [3] GB/T 1335.2-1997, Standard sizing systems for garments - Women[S]. [4] Gill, S. (2015). Sizing in clothing: developing effective sizing systems for ready-to-wear clothing. Journal of Fashion Marketing