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Influence of Woven Fabric Width and Human Body Types on the Fabric Efficiencies in the Apparel Manufacturing

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A Comparative Study on Fabric Efficiencies for Different Human Body Shapes in the Apparel Industry

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Influence of Lay Plan Solution in Fabric Efficiency and Consume in Cutting Section

References [1] A Puri. 2013. Efficacy of Pattern Making Software in Product Development [2] Assignmentpoint. Fabric Spreading and Cutting Section of Garments Industry. Retrieved Dec 2014, from Assignmentpoint: http://www.assignmentpoint.com/science/textile/fabric-spreading-and-cutting-section-of-garments-industry.html [3] CHAN SIU HO. 1999. A study of fabric loss during spreading. [4] David J. Tyler. 2008. Carr and Latham’s Technology of Clothing Manufacture. Black well. [5] Fashion Incubator. What is a marker? Retrieved November

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Filtration Property of Monofilament Core–Shell Mesh Fabric Treated Via Tourmaline Hot Coating

References [1] Hylander, L.D., et al., Phosphorus retention in filter materials for wastewater treatment and its subsequent suitability for plant production. Bioresource Technology, 2006. 97(7): p. 914-921. [2] Presser, C., J.M. Conny, and A. Nazarian, Filter Material Effects on Particle Absorption Optical Properties. Aerosol Science and Technology, 2014. 48(5): p. 515-529. [3] Anandjiwala, R.D. and L. Boguslavsky, Development of Needle-punched Nonwoven Fabrics from Flax Fibers for Air Filtration Applications. Textile Research Journal, 2008. 78

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Shielding Efficiency of a Fabric Based on Amorphous Glass-Covered Magnetic Microwires to Radiation Emitted by a Mobile Phone in 2G and 3G Communication Technologies

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A dual band mobile phone model was used to check the shielding properties of an amorphous ferromagnetic textile against the radiation emitted by the handset. Two frequencies belonging to the 2nd and 3rd generation of mobile emission technologies were used, 897 MHz and 1950 MHz. The specific absorption rate (SAR) of energy deposition in a human head phantom was measured in standardized conditions. The textile contained micrometric-diameter wires of a ferromagnetic mixture embedded in a thin glass coat and weaved in a specific way. A set of fabric orientations and configurations (layering) were provided in the experiment in order to achieve a better shielding to the phone’s radiation. Compared with the non-shielded handset, SAR deposited in the head while using the fabric-covered phone could be decreased up to 30 % of its initial value – in case of 2G technology and up to 24 % – in case of 3G technology. This type of material shows one of the highest shielding efficiencies of the electric-field component in near-field exposure conditions reported until now. A cubic curve of SAR decrease in depth of the head was revealed in both uncovered and covered handset, the effect of shielding being larger at the higher frequency.

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Characterizing and Testing a Fabric Containing Amorphous Glass-Coated Ferromagnetic Microwires for its Magnetic and Electric Shielding Properties in the Frequency Range (1-3) Ghz

spectra at microwave frequencies in composite media containing CoFeCrSiB glass-coated amorphous ferromagnetic wires and comparison with theory. Physical Review B, Condensed matter 74(6). Miclaus, S., Mihai, G., Aron, A.M., Mitrescu, C., Bechet, P., & Baltag, O. (2017). Shielding efficiency of a fabric based on amorphous glass-covered magnetic microwires to radiation emitted by a mobile phone in 2G and 3G communication technologies. Land Forces Academy Review, vol. XXII, nr. 4 (88), 289-297. Rau, M., Iftemie, A., Baltag, O., & Costandache

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Introducing a Newly Developed Fabric for Air Filtration

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Study on the Relationship Between Structure Parameters and Filtration Performance of Polypropylene Meltblown Nonwovens

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An Experimental Study Of The Compression Properties Of Polyurethane-Based Warp-Knitted Spacer Fabric Composites

References [1] Lu, Q.S., Sun, L.H., Yang, Z.G., (2010). Optimization on the thermal and tensile influencing factors of polyurethanebased polyester fabric composites, Composites Part A, 41, 997-1005. [2] Qian, J., Miao, X.H., Shen, Y., (2012). The experimental study and simulation on compressibility of warp-knitted spacer fabrics, Journal of Northwest University, 42(1), 26-29. [3] Janouchova, K., Heller, L. and Vysanska, M., (2013). Functional warp-knitted fabrics with integrated super elastic NITI filaments

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Effects of Modifying Agents on the Dyeability of Cotton Fabric using Malachite Green Dye

., Bello, O., 2009, Synthesis, Spectroscopic, Thermodynamic And Dyeing Properties Of Disperse Dyes Derived From 2-Amino-4-Trifluoromethylbenzothiazole. Report and Opinion 1, 58-66. Bello I. A. Peters O. A., Nkeonye P. O. and Sunmonu O. K., 2002, Kinetics and Thermodynamics Studies of an Acid Dye on Modified Nylon 6 Fabrics. J. Pure Appl. Sci., 5: 309-314. Bello, I.A., Giwa, A.-r.A., Aderinto, S.O., Olabintan, A., 2013, Effect Of Position of Substituents on the Exhaustion and Thermodynamic Parameters of 6 Monoazo Acid and Disperse Dyes on Nylon 6. Bello

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