Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Composites in Textiles Edited by Mihai Ciocoiu and Seghir Maamir

6:54 AM
Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Composites in Textiles
Edited By Mihai Ciocoiu and Seghir Maamir
Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Composites in Textiles

Contents:
List of Contributors..................................................................................... vii
List of Abbreviations.................................................................................... ix
List of Symbols........................................................................................... xiii
Preface.........................................................................................................xv
About the Editors...................................................................................... xvii
1. Engineering Nanotextiles: Design of Textile Products............................. 1
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
2. Modern Applications of Nanotechnology in Textiles............................. 41
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
3. Nanofiber Membranes: A Practical Guide.............................................. 85
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
4. Nanotextile and Tissue Engineering from a Biological
Perspective............................................................................................... 147
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
5. Heat and Moisture Transfer in Clothing System................................. 187
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
6. Electrospinning of Nanofibers and Porosity......................................... 217
A. Afzali and Sh. Maghsoodlou
7. Synthesize of Nanocomposites: New Achievements............................. 235
D. S. Davtyan, A. O. Tonoyan, A. Z. Varderesyan, and S. P. Davtyan
8. Updates on Polymerization Techniques................................................ 249
G. E. Zaikov
9. Updates on Particulate-Filled Polymer Nanocomposites ................... 365
G. E. Zaikov, G. V. Kozlov, A. K. Mikitaev, and A. K. Haghi
10. The Reinforcement of Particulate-Filled Polymer
Nanocomposites....................................................................................... 385
G. E. Zaikov, G. V. Kozlov, A. K. Mikitaev, and A. K. Haghi
11. A Study on Electrospun Nanofiber Mats............................................... 401
A. L. Iordanskii, S. G. Karpova, A. A. Olkhov, O. V. Staroverova,
A. V. Khvatov, A. Grumezescu, G. E. Zaikov, and A. A. Berlin

List of Abbreviations
AAM acrylamide
ACS adsorbate cross sectional area
AFM atomic force microscopy
AIBN azoisobutyronitryle
ATO nanoantimony-doped tin oxide
BET brunauer, emmett and teller
BSA bovine serum albumin
CA cellulose acetate
CB conduction band
CFD computational fluid dynamics
CLC critical liquid content
CNTs carbon nanotubes
COFs covalent organic frameworks
CPCs conductive polymer composites
CPU central processing unit
CRDCSC Canadian Research and Development Center of Sciences
and Cultures
CVD chemical vapor deposition
DCPC dicyclohexylperoxydicarbonate
DSA drop shape analysis system
ECM extracellular matrix
EM electron microscope
ESCs embryonic stem cells
FCC face-centered cubic
GAG glycosaminoglycan
GNC globular nanocarbon
GNF graphite nanofibers
GPS global positioning system
HCP hexagonal close-packed
HDPE high density polyethylene
HHI heat-humidity index
HVAC heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
IUPAC The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
MDI methylenebis(phenyl diisocyanate)
MF microfiltration
MFI melt flow index
MMA methyl-methacrylate
MOFs metal organic frameworks
MOPs microporous organic polymers
MWCNTs multi-walled carbon nanotubes
MWCO molecular weight cut-off
NF nanofiltration
NFM nanofiber mat
NIBIB The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and
Bioengineering
PA polyacetylene
PAN polyacrylonitrile
PAn polyaniline
PANCMPC polyacrylonitriles-2-methacryloyloxyethyl phosphoryl
choline
PCL polycaprolactone
PCMs phase change materials
PES polyethersulfone
PET poly(ethylene terephthalate)
PEVA poly[ethylene-co-(vinyl acetate)]
PGA poly(glycolic acid)
PHB poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)
PIMs polymers of intrinsic microporosity
PLA poly(l-lactic acid)
PMMA polymethylmethacrylate
PNA polyacrylonitrile
POF plastic optical fiber
PP polypropylene
PPy polypyrrole
PRINT particle repulsion in non-wetting templates
PSD pore size distribution
PTh polythiophene
PU polyurethane
PUCs polyurethane cationomer
PVC polyvinylchloride
PVDF poly(vinylidene fluoride)
PVP polyvinylpyrrolidone
RO reverse osmosis
SANS small angle neutron scattering
SAXS small angle x-ray scattering
SMAs shape memory alloys
SMC shape memory ceramic
SMMs shape memory materials
SMPs shape memory polymers
SMPU shape memory polyurethane
STM scanning tunneling microscope
SWNTs single-walled carbon nanotubes
TEMPO tetramethylpyperidin-1-oxil
TIPS thermally induced phase separation
TPU thermoplastic polyurethane
TUFT tubes by fiber template process method
UF ultrafiltration
UPF UV protective factor
VB valence band
WVP water vapor permeability

Preface
Understanding nanostructured polymer blends and composites in textiles and their properties and behavior is fundamental to modern textile design, engineering, and materials science. Written for professionals and students of chemical science and textile engineering and materials science and design, this book describes the procedures for nanomaterial selection and design in order to ensure that the most suitable materials for a given textile application are identified from the full range of materials, chemicals, and section shapes available.

Several case studies have been developed to further illustrate procedures and to add to the practical implementation of the text.

This new volume reviews recent academic and technological developments behind new-engineered modified nano-textile materials. The book is intended for researchers and those interested in future developments in mechanical and physico-chemical characteristics of modified nano-textile materials and polymer blends. Several innovative applications for different materials are described in considerable detail with emphasis on the experimental data that supports these new applications. From nano-fibers to chemical materials, creative modifications concerning new nano-composites are described that could one day become commonplace. In this book the world’s leading experts describe their most recent research in their areas of expertise. The book will also be a useful tool for students and researchers, providing helpful insights into new evolving research areas in nanostructured polymer blends and composites in textiles. This new book covers a broad range of polymeric materials and textiles and provides industry professionals and researchers in polymer science and technology with important information involved in the functional materials production chain.

This volume presents the latest developments and trends in advanced polymer and textile materials and structures. It discusses the developments of advanced polymers and respective tools to characterize and predict the material properties and behavior.

This book has an important role in advancing polymer materials and textiles in nanoscale. Its aim is to provide original, theoretical, and important experimental results that use non-routine methodologies. It also includes chapters on novel applications of more familiar experimental techniques and analyzes of composite problems that indicate the need for new experimental approaches.


Read "Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Composites in Textiles" as PDF
How to Get Book? To get any book you can send Email: textileebooks@gmail.com

Share this

Related Posts

Previous
Next Post »