Surface Characteristics of Fibers and Textiles

Part Ii:
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 30. Juni 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 688 Seiten
978-0-367-45208-7 (ISBN)
 
The extraordinary growth in the production and use of man-made fibers over the past fewdecades has focused attention on the surface properties of fibers and textiles. This volumecombines surface science and technology in its presentation of the substantial progressthat has been made in the technology related to the surface characteristics of natural,synthetic, and glass fibers and textiles.Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the coverage places emphasis upon the wetting,soiling, staining, frictional, and adhesive properties of fibers and fabrics, as well asphenomena related to these properties. The book offers critical reviews which describeexperimental facts, theories, and processes. Symbols are clearly defined in each chapter.Among the subjects covered are the surface properties of glass fibers, soil release, stainand water repellance, friction of fabrics, bonding of nonwovens, and the wetting of fibers.Surface Characteristics of Fibers and Textiles, Part II is an outstanding textbook forcourses dealing with surface chemistry, the mechanical properties of textiles, textiletechnology, and polymer chemistry. It is also a valuable reference book designed to makecurrent knowledge on these subjects accessible to industrial and academic researchers.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
  • Höhe: 279 mm
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  • Breite: 216 mm
978-0-367-45208-7 (9780367452087)
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M.J. Schick
List of ContributorsContents of Part IPrefaceChapter 11 THE WETTING OF FillERSBernard MillerI. IntroductionII. The Meaning of Wetting and WettabilityIII. Equilibrium WettingIV. Dynamic WettingReferencesChapter 12 SOIL RELEASE BY TEXTILE SURFACESH. T. Patterson and T. H. GrindstaffI. IntroductionII. Problem AnalysisIII. Soiled Textile ModelIV. Soil VariationsV. Textile SurfacesVI. Cleaning MethodsVII. Soil RemovalVIII. Implications for Further StudyIX. PostscriptAcknowledgmentsReferencesChapter 13 STAIN AND WATER REPELLENCY OF TEXTILES 495Bernard M. LichsteinI. IntroductionII. Mechanism of SoilingIII. Test MethodsIV. Textile SurfacesV. Textile FinishesReferencesChapter 14 SURFACE PROPERTIES OF GLASS FIBERSMalcolm E. SchraderI. IntroductionII. The Silanol FunctionalityIII. Nature of Surface at Various Stagesof HydrationIV. Glass-Resin InterfaceV. SummaryReferencesChapter 15 THE ROLE OF FRICTION IN THE MECHANICALBEHAVIOR OF FABRICS 563Percy GrosbergI. Introduction 564II. Fabric Deformation 566III. Effort of Frictional Restraint on theEnd-Use Characteristics of Fibers 572IV. Conclusions 574Glossary of Symbols 574References 574Chapter 16 SURFACE PROPERTIES IN RELATION TO THEBONDING OF NONWOVENS 577G. G. Allen, J. E. Laine, and A. N. NeogiI. IntroductionII. Topological Considerations in BondingIII. Chemical Considerations in BondingIV. Fiber Surface Modificationv. ConclusionsGlossary of SymbolsReferencesAuthor Index for Parts I and IISubject Index for Parts I and II

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