Textiles: History, Properties And Performance and Applications Edited by Ibrahim H. Mondal

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Textiles: History, Properties And Performance and Applications
Edited by Ibrahim H. Mondal
Textiles: History, Properties And Performance and Applications

CONTENTS
Preface vii
Contributor Contact Details ix
Andrej Javoršek, Cesar Pulgarin, Eva Bou-Belda,
Gordana S. Ušćumlić, Ignacio Montava, Jaime Gisbert and Sami Rtimi
Chapter 1 An Exploration of Vintage Fashion Retailing 1
Julie McColl, Catherine Canning, Louise McBride, Karina Nobbs and Linda Shearer
Chapter 2 Developing Sustainable Design on Denim Ready-Made Apparels
by Stone and Enzymatic Washing 19
Md. Ibrahim H. Mondal and Md. Mashiur Rahman Khan
Chapter 3 Digital Textile Printing Using Color Management 53
Dejana Javoršek, Primož Weingerl and Marica Starešinič
Chapter 4 Inkjet Printed Photo-Responsive Textiles for Conventional
and High-Tech Applications 81
Shah M. Reduwan Billah
Chapter 5 Synthesis and Grafting of Cellulose Derivatives from
Cellulosic Wastes of the Textile Industry 123
Md. Ibrahim H. Mondal and A. B. M. Fakrul Alam
Chapter 6 History, Synthesis and Properties of Azo Pyridone Dyes 157
Dušan Ž. Mijin, Gordana S. Ušćumlić and Nataša V. Valentić
Chapter 7 Smart Textiles and the Effective Uses of Photochromic,
Thermochromic, Ionochromic and Electrochromic
Molecular Switches 187
Shah M. Reduwan Billah
Chapter 8 Smart Textiles 239
Ali Akbar Merati
Chapter 9 Overview of Textiles Excavated in Greece 259
Christina Margariti, Stavroula Moraitou and Maria Retsa
Chapter 10 Innovative Ag-Textiles Prepared by Colloidal, Conventional
Sputtering and HIPIMS Including Fast Bacterial Inactivation:
Critical Issues 277
Sami Rtimi, Cesar Pulgarin, Rosendo Sanjines and John Kiwi
Chapter 11 Fungal Deterioration of Aged Textiles 315
Katja Kavkler, Nina Gunde-Cimerman, Polona Zalar
and Andrej Demšar
Chapter 12 Durability of Functionalized Textiles by Microcapsules 343
Lucia Capablanca, Pablo Monllor, Pablo Díaz
and Maria Ángeles Bonet
Chapter 13 New Approaches and Applications on Cellulosic
Fabric Crosslinking 355
Eva Bou-Belda, Maria Ángeles Bonet, Pablo Monllor,
Pablo Díaz, Ignacio Montava and Jaime Gisbert
Chapter 14 Wrinkle Resistant and Comfort Finishing of Cotton Textiles 367
Vahid Ameri Dehabadi and Hans-Jürgen Buschmann
Chapter 15 Evaluation of Physical and Thermal Comfort Properties of
Copper/Alginate Treated Wool Fabrics by Using Ultrasonic Energy 383
Muhammet Uzun
Chapter 16 Hemp Fibers: Old Fibers - New Applications 399
Mirjana Kostic, Marija Vukcevic, Biljana Pejic
and Ana Kalijadis
Chapter 17 Textiles Using Electronic Applications 447
Marica Starešinič, Andrej Javoršek and Dejana Javoršek
Chapter 18 Textiles for Cardiac Care 465
Narayanan Gokarneshan, Palaniappan P. Gopalakrishnan,
Venkatachalam Rajendran and Dharmarajan Anita Rachel
Chapter 19 Effect of Clothing Materials on Thermoregulatory Responses
of the Human Body 483
P. Kandha Vadivu
Chapter 20 Designing of Jute–Based Thermal Insulating Materials
and Their Properties 499
Sanjoy Debnath
Chapter 21 Effects of Ring Flange Type, Traveler Weight and Coating on
Cotton Yarn Properties 519
Muhammet Uzun and Ismail Usta
Chapter 22 Optical Fiber Examination by Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy 531
Andrea Ehrmann
Index 547

PREFACE
This book reveals the expanding opportunity of textiles in a wide range of industrial applications. No longer limited to apparels and home furnishings, textiles are being used in many sciences and technologies, such as clothing and fashionable materials, smart textiles, technical textiles, medical textiles, agro-textiles, geo-textiles, electronics, photonics, intelligent sensors, etc.

This book is intended for all those who are interested and engaged in the latest developments in the field of textiles, especially chemists, engineers, technologists, application technicians and colorists of the textile industry, technical colleges and universities.

Textiles are essential and one of the most important classes of materials used by all people since ancient time. Despite textiles having been around and in use for so long, advances and improvements continue to be made. This book contains 22 invited contributions written by leading experts in the field of textiles. Each contribution presents an updated science and technological advances that have happened during this period and are fully discussed. The first chapter discusses the present and future prospects of vintage fashion clothing, i.e., an old fashion clothing and its retailing. Chapter 2 searches for the dynamic best method for producing specific washing effects and designs on denim ready-made apparels. The chapters 3 and 4 present a discussion on color management application in the field of digital printing onto textile substrates, and inject printed photo-responsive textiles used in fashion and design, self indicating security alert systems, anti-counterfeit and brand protection. In chapter 5 and 6, an attempt has been made to cover the most up-to-date information regarding synthesis, and application of cellulose derivatives and azo dyes on textiles. Smart textiles incorporated with different functionalities have many uses in a variety of fields, some of them are widely used in the fields of biomedical or healthcare applications. The smart textiles and its multi-disciplinary applications have been well discussed in chapters 7 and 8. In chapters 9, 10 and 11, preservation of textile objects in different environments like home, stores, museums etc. have been discussed. These chapters also discussed how to protect textiles from bacterial and fungal deterioration. An elaborative discussion has been made in Chapters 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 on the new applications of textile materials through modification by physico-chemical methods. The modification has been done to obtain durable, comfort, sustainable and environment friendly finished products using various organic and inorganic chemicals for much better performance. Use of micro-capsulation techniques to modify textiles offers extra-properties, e.g., durable fragrances, skin softeners to textiles. Electronic applications of textiles have been discussed in chapter 17. Textiles, from fibers to fabric, with integrated special electronics are more and more used as special materials in newly developed smart clothing. The chapter 18 specifically focuses on the technological advances with regard to development of textiles for cardiology purpose, i.e., cardiac care. The thermoregulatory process of human body, the thermal comfort properties of fabrics and the effect of clothing material on the thermoregulatory process of human body in different weather conditions has been discussed in Chapter 19. In chapter 20, effort has been made on diversification of jute specifically, development of jute-based materials for thermal insulating applications. The main aim of chapter 21 is to utilize the ring flanges and travellers of ring spinning, which is the most effective staple yarn production process, for the yarn quality in terms of hairiness, twist, breaking strength and irregularity. The last chapter 22 gives an introduction into the techniques of confocal laser spinning microscopy, and depicts optical differences between several textile fibers, enabling a non-destructive examination of natural and chemical fibers.

I am very much grateful to all the specialized contributing authors of this book. My special appreciation is also extended to Ms. Carra Feagaiga of Nova Science Publishers, Inc., for her good collaboration, support and numerous discussions throughout the project for this book.

I wish thank to my colleagues Professor C. M. Mustafa, Professor F. I. Farouqui, and Professor M. A. Sayeed for their constant support and encouragement. I also thank my graduate students, Dr. Md. Mashiur Rahman Khan, Md. Raihan Sharif, Md. Saifur Rahman and Md. Tariqul Islam for their help during editing this book. Lastly I am thankful to Khadijatul Qubra and Ishrat Rafia for their constant encouragement, understanding and support.

Any constructive suggestions and comments are therefore welcome for future revisions and corrections.


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