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Małgorzata Zięba, Anna Małysa, Tomasz Wasilewski and Marta Ogorzałek

References [1] Saraiva S.A., Abdelnur P.V., Catharino R.R., Nunes G., Eberlin M.N. (2009). Fabric softeners: nearly instantaneous characterization and quality control of cationic surfactants by easy ambient sonic-spray ionization mass spectroscopy. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom, 23, 357-362. [2] Igarashi, T., Morita, N., Okamoto, Y., & Nakamura, K. (2016). Elucidation of Softening Mechanism in Rinse Cycle Fabric Softeners. Part 1: Effect of Hydrogen Bonding. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, 19(1), 183-192. [3] Murphy, D.S. (2015). Fabric

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Abdur Razzaque, Pavla Tesinova and Lubos Hes

References [1] Ahmad, S., Ahmad, F., Afzal, A., Rasheed, A., Mohsin, M. & Ahmad, N. (2015). Effect of weave structure on thermo-physiological properties of cotton fabrics. AUTEX Research Journal, Vol. 19, No 1, March 2019, 15(1), 30–34. [2] Ahn, H. W., Park, C. H. & Chung, S.E. (2010). Waterproof and breathable properties of nanoweb applied clothing. Textile Research Journal, 81, 1438–1447. [3] Boguslawska-Baczek, M. & Hes, L. (2013). Effective water vapour permeability of wet wool fabric and blended fabrics. Fibers and Textiles in Eastern

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Deniz Mutlu Ala and Gamze Gülşen Bakıcı

, A. A., Dalbası, E. S., Kayseri, G. Ö. (2015). Improving of sewability properties of various knitted fabrics with the softeners. Social and Behavioral Sciences, 195(2015), 2786-2795. [18] Gravas, E., Kiekens, P., Langenhove, L. (2006). Predicting fabric weight per unit area of single and double-knitted structures using appropriate software. Autex Research Journal, 6(4), 223-237.

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Kadir Bilisik

Softening Agent on Yarn Pull-Out Force of A Plain Weave Fabric, Textile Research Journal, Vol. 56(10), p. 604-611, ISSN 0040-5175, 1986. [8] Ravandi, S., Toriumi, K.: Spectral Analysis of the Yarn-Pullout Force from Plain-Weave Fabric, Journal of the Textile Institute, Vol. 87(3), p. 522-531, ISSN 0040-5000, 1996. [9] Badrossaway, M. R., Ravandi, S., Morshed, M.: Fundamental Parameters Affecting Yarn-Pullout Behavior, Journal of the Textile Institute, Vol. 92(3), p. 280-287, ISSN 0040-5000, 2001. [10] Valizadeh, M., Ravandi, S., Salimi, M., Sheikhzadeh, M

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Qing Chen, Xuhong Miao, Haiwen Mao, Pibo Ma and Gaoming Jiang

loom characteristics. Fibers and Polymers, Vol.14(12), 2163-2168. [24] Tang, K. P., Fan, J. T., Zhang, J. F., Sarkar, M. K., Kan, C. W. (2013) Effect of Softeners and Crosslinking Conditions on the Performance of Easy-care Cotton Fabrics with Different Weave Constructions. Fibers and Polymers, Vol.14(5), 822-831. [25] Lam, Y. L., Kan, C. W., Yuen, C. W. M.(2014) Objective measurement of hand properties of plasma pre-treated cotton fabrics subjected to flame-retardant finishing catalyzed by zinc oxide. Fibers and Polymers, Vol.15(9), 1880-1886. [26

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S. Ochelski, P. Bogusz and A. Kiczko

Heat effects measurements in process of dynamic crash of polymer composites

In the work, the attempt to determine the influence of loading rate on temperature of the surface of the crushed composite energy absorbing elements was undertaken. The specimens made of epoxy composites reinforced with glass fabrics and carbon fabrics of the structures [(0/90)T]n were subjected to dynamic investigations. Thermovision investigations were conducted during energy absorbing tests. A thermovision camera enables the measurement of the temperature on the whole surface of the specimen visible in the camera lens while the measurement with the use of thermocouple is only local and has great heat inertia. During the investigations, the increase of specimen temperature related to impact velocity occurs. The temperature increase is caused by friction between the particles of the crushed specimen and by friction between the specimen and the support of the strength machine. At high loading rates, the increase of temperature on the surface of the specimens was significantly greater than the softening temperature of the epoxy resin E-53.

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Asif Elahi Mangat, Lubos Hes, Vladimir Bajzik and Adnan Mazari

References [1] Pac, M.J., Bueno, M., and Renner, M., Warm-Cool Feeling Relative to Tribological Properties of Fabrics. Textile Res. J., , 2001. 71 (9): p. 806-812. [2] Tzanov, T., Betcheva, R., and Hardalov, I., Thermophysiological comfort silicone softeners-treated woven textile materials. International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 1999. 11 (4): p. 189-197. [3] Mitra, A., Majumdar, A. Majumdar, P. K., Bannerjee, D., Predicting Thermal Resistance of Cotton Fabrics by Artificial Neural Network Model. Experimental Thermal and

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Asif Mangat, Lubos Hes and Vladimir Bajzik

Research Journal, 2011. 81(13): p. 1320-1330. [18] Dobilaitë, V. and A. Petrauskas, Analysis of Fabric Tailorability Subjective Evaluation. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe, 2002. 10, No.3(38): p. 53-55. [19] Li, M., et al. Factor Analysis on Subjective Attributes Affecting Knitted Fabric’s Comfort Sensation. in First International Workshop on Database Technology and Applications. 2009 [20] Mangat, M.M., V. Bajzik, and L. Hes, Influence of Cationic and Silicone Softeners and Weft Variation on Thermal and Sensorial

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Sameen Aslam, Tanveer Hussain, Munir Ashraf, Madeeha Tabassum, Abdur Rehman, Kashif Iqbal and Amjed Javid

antibacterial polyester fabric by growth of ZnO nanorods. Journal of Engineered Fabrics and Fibers, 9(1), 15-22. [5] Khan, M. Z., Ashraf, M., Hussain, T., Rehman, A., Malik, M.M., et al. (2015). In situ deposition of TiO2 nanoparticles on polyester fabric and study of its functional properties. Fibers and Polymers, 16(5), 1092-1097. [6] Nazari, A., Montazer, M., Mirjalili, M., Nazari, S. (2012). Polyester with durable UV protection properties through using nano TiO2 and polysiloxane softener optimized by RSM. The Journal of The Textile

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Andrzej Żelaźniewicz, Olga Kromuszczyńska and Natalia Biegała

-30. Carreras, J. and Garcia Celma, A. 1982. Quartz of C-Axis fabric variation at the margins of a shear zone developed in shists from cap de Creus (Spain). Acta Geologica Hispanica , 17, 137-149. Celma, A.G. 1982. Dominal and fabric heterogeneities in the Cap-de-Creus quartz mylonites. Journal of Structural Geology , 4, 443-455. Chopin, F., Schulmann, K., Štipska, P., Martelat, J.E., Pitra, P., Lexa, O. and Petri, B. 2012. Microstructural and metamorphic evolution of a high-pressure granitic orthogneiss during continental subduction (Orlica