Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

Continuing the outstanding coverage from Part A, the authoritative information inFunctional Finishes, Part B makes your work with fibers and fabrics cost-effective ...offers practical guidance in finishing techniques-including flame ...

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

Continuing the outstanding coverage from Part A, the authoritative information inFunctional Finishes, Part B makes your work with fibers and fabrics cost-effective ...offers practical guidance in finishing techniques-including flame retardancy, water andoil repellency, soil release, electroconductivity, and radiation ... and eases your continuingstudy of this expanding field with numerous, current references-with manyoriginal findings not previously cited.As new advances widen the scope of this field, each volume of Handbook of Fiber Scienceand Technology becomes an indispensable acquisition for researchers. Textile ,fiber, polymer, organic, physical, and biological chemists; textile finishers and chemicalmanufacturers; R & D personnel in the polymer, fiber, chemical, and textile industries;plastics and chemical engineers; materials scientists; and wood and paper technologistswill find them essential references. They are also superior sources of supplementaryreading for graduate and advanced undergraduate courses in polymer, fiber, and textilechemistry and technology ; chemical processing of fibers, chemical technology andengineering, and polymer processing.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

Maintaining the high standards set in Part A, this important reference brings you the mostcomprehensive, up-to-date coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibersfor applications outside the textile industry ...

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

Maintaining the high standards set in Part A, this important reference brings you the mostcomprehensive, up-to-date coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibersfor applications outside the textile industry.Emphasizing practical industrial applications and future research directions for high technologyfibers , Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology: Volume III, Part B sharesresearch developments in high-modulus fibers from organic polymers or inorganic materials... discusses how to predict applications for aramid fibers based upon structure/propertyrelationships .. . sets forth fundamental principles for spinning polymers to fibers . ..reviews the underlying science and technology of fibers derived from thennotropic copolyesters... and more.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

This text provides up-to-date coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibers, emphasizing new applications.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 2

This text provides up-to-date coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibers, emphasizing new applications. Highlighting preparation, properties, practical industrial uses and future research directions for high technology, this volume examines optical fibres, aramid and polyimide fibres for heat resistant applications, ceramic fibres, fibres with thermal adaptability and electrically conducting polymers for fibres.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume 1

Textile Chemistry, Vol. II, Interox T. E. Bell, Textile in Encyclopedia Bleaching Manual,of Polymer Section Science 3 (1979). and Technology, 1st ed., Vol. 2. (H. F. Marks, N. G. Gaylord, and N. M. Bikales, Eds.), Wiley Interscience, ...

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology  Volume 1

Continuing the outstanding coverage from Part A, the authoritative information inFundamentals and Preparation, Part B rounds out the first comprehensive treatise onchemical processing of textiles. A systematic, single-source treatment of key topics inthe field, this state-of-the-art work introduces major savings in time and cost to yourwork with fibers and fabrics .. . provides a foundation for projecting future developments. .. and guides you to useful further study with helpful, current references.As new advances expand the scope of this field , each volume of Handbook of FiberScience and Technology becomes an indispensable acquisition for researchers. Textile, fiber , polymer, organic, physical, and biological chemists; textile finishers andchemical manufacturers; research and development personnel in the polymer, fiber,chemical, and textile industries ; plastics and chemical engineers; materials scientists ;and wood and paper technologists will find them essential references. They are eminentsources for supplementary reading in graduate and advanced undergraduate coursesincluding polymer, fiber, and textile chemistry and technology; chemical processing offibers; chemical engineering ; and polymer processing.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume3

High Technology Fibers: Lewin. ABOUT THE SERIES When human life began on this earth , food and shelter were the two most important necessities . Immediately thereafter , however , came clothing . The first materials used for it were fur ...

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Volume3

"Maintains and enhances the high standards set in Parts A, B, and C. Provides comprehensive coverage of both recently developed and potentially available fibers emphasizing completely new applications. Examines the latest advances in bicomponent specialty fibers and ultra-high-strength/high-modulus fibers."

Thermal Analysis of Textiles and Fibers

Handbook of Textile Fiber Structure, vol. 2. Woodhead Publishing, Oxford, Cambridge, New Delhi. Jaffe, M., 1981. Fibers. ... Lewin, M., Sello, S.B., 1983c. Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, vol. 2. Marcel Dekker, New York.

Thermal Analysis of Textiles and Fibers

Thermal Analysis of Textiles and Fibers offers systematic and comprehensive coverage of the subject, from the principles of fiber structure and established TA methods, to advanced TA techniques and their application to high-performance fibers and textiles. Thermal analysis is a convenient method for assessing fiber and fabric performance as monitored under end-use relevant conditions. Expertise in this field requires knowledge of both TA methods and of fiber behavior, information that is brought together in this new volume. In recent years, thermal analysis has been applied to a variety of novel and high-performance fibers, such as Kevlar, Vectran, PBI, polyolefins, polypropylene, PAN and PVA, amongst others. TA techniques are also used in fiber identification, characterization and stability testing and may be combined with spectroscopic techniques to yield still more information about fiber properties.

Textile Processing and Properties

Rev. 13 (1978) 283-353. M. Lewin, Flame retardance of fabrics, in: M. Lewin and S. B. Sello (Eds.), Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, Vol. II. Functional Finishes, Pt. B, Chemical Processing of Fibers and Fabrics, Marcel Dekker, ...

Textile Processing and Properties

The type and amount of textile products have greatly proliferated over the last decade. Concomitant textile processing to improve the properties and ultimate performance has also undergone dramatic changes. Ready availability of instrumentation, computers, lasers and integration of these advances with similar progress in polymer/material science have led to the need for a unified discussion on these topics. The current book concisely discusses all aspects of textile processing, modification and performance for four major topics: preparation (by fiber type), dyeing and printing (dye type, theory and synthesis; dye classification by structure and application), improving functional and aesthetic textile properties (physical, chemical and physicochemical processes and concepts), and performance (chemical analysis, instrumental methods; physical, chemical, biological, multiple influences and standard tests). A detailed and logical progression from the initial purification of textiles to their performance and care is described. The book will be useful as a text for textile/polymer courses at undergraduate and graduate levels and as a comprehensive source of information for textile scientists, engineers, manufacturers, retailers and others with an interest in textile products.

Wellington Sears Handbook of Industrial Textiles

2 , American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists , Research Triangle Park , NC , 1953 . ... Lewin , M. and S. B. Sello , eds . , Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology : Volume II - Functional Finishes , Part A , Marcel ...

Wellington Sears Handbook of Industrial Textiles

The Wellington Sears Handbook of Industrial Textiles has been a widely used textile industry reference for more than 50 years. Now a completely updated new edition has been published. It was prepared by a team of industrial textile specialists at Auburn University to provide both technical and management personnel with a comprehensive resource on the current technology and applications of today's industrial textiles. All aspects of industrial textiles are covered: man-made and natural materials, manufacturing and finishing methods, and all applications. There are also sections on properties, testing, waste management, computers and automation, and standards and regulations. The appendices provide extensive reference data: properties, specifications, manufacturers and trade names, mathematical equations and measurement units. The text is organized for easy reference, and well illustrated with hundreds of schematics and photographs.

Textile Processing with Enzymes

1 , chemical processing of fibers and fabrics : fundamentals and preparation , Part A and B , Marcel Dekker , New York . Lewin M. and Sello S.B. ( eds ) ( 1983b ) Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology , Vol . II , chemical processing ...

Textile Processing with Enzymes

With the increasing need to reduce pollution in textile production, the use of enzymes in the chemical processing of fibers and textiles is rapidly gaining recognition for its eco-friendly and non-toxic characteristics. Enzymes are a safe alternative in a wide range of textile processes that otherwise requires harsh chemicals, the disposal of which poses environmental problems. This book covers all of the relevant issues from basic biochemistry and enzymology to the industrial application of these biocatalysts. It begins with the fundamental aspects of enzymes determining catalytic properties, followed by a summary of fibrous and non-fibrous materials as substrates for enzymes. Chapters discuss catalysis and processing, with an overview of the function and application of enzymes used in textile processing, and addresses process engineering and industrial enzyme applications. The final part presents the practical aspects of handling enzymes, provide a detailed look at operational and storage stabilities, and consider the use of enzymes in effluent treatment.

Chemistry of the Textiles Industry

Textile Research Journal, 57 (5), 298–306. Levene, R. and Lewin, M. (1984) The fluorescent whitening of textiles. In Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, Vol. 1: Chemical Processing of Fibres and Fabrics—Fundamentals and ...

Chemistry of the Textiles Industry

The manufacture and processing of textiles is a complex and essential industry requiring many diverse skills to ensure profitability. New products are continually being developed, and reflect the energy and innovation of those working in the field. This book focuses on the technological aspects of the chemical processing oftextiles, and on the modifications necessary for specific work environments. Coverage ranges from fibre structure and its relationship to tensile properties, textile aesthetics, comfort physiology, and end-use performance, through to the effect of domestic processing by the consumer on the textile product. The industry is constantly under environmental pressure, and the book examines the nature of environmental control and the development of alternative technology to produce less environmental impact. In order to provide a balanced view of the current situation, authors have been drawn from academia, research institutes and industry to produce a text that will be useful to both industrial readers and university students. In conclusion I would like to thank the authors for their dedication and their contributions.

Physico chemical Aspects of Textile Coloration

Handbook of Textile Fibre Structure, Volume 2: Natural, Regenerated, Inorganic and Specialist Fibres. ... Rayon fibers. In: Lewin M, Pearce EM, editors. Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology, Volume 4: Fiber Chemistry.

Physico chemical Aspects of Textile Coloration

The production of textile materials comprises a very large and complex global industry that utilises a diverse range of fibre types and creates a variety of textile products. As the great majority of such products are coloured, predominantly using aqueous dyeing processes, the coloration of textiles is a large-scale global business in which complex procedures are used to apply different types of dye to the various types of textile material. The development of such dyeing processes is the result of substantial research activity, undertaken over many decades, into the physico-chemical aspects of dye adsorption and the establishment of ‘dyeing theory’, which seeks to describe the mechanism by which dyes interact with textile fibres. Physico-Chemical Aspects of Textile Coloration provides a comprehensive treatment of the physical chemistry involved in the dyeing of the major types of natural, man-made and synthetic fibres with the principal types of dye. The book covers: fundamental aspects of the physical and chemical structure of both fibres and dyes, together with the structure and properties of water, in relation to dyeing; dyeing as an area of study as well as the terminology employed in dyeing technology and science; contemporary views of intermolecular forces and the nature of the interactions that can occur between dyes and fibres at a molecular level; fundamental principles involved in dyeing theory, as represented by the thermodynamics and kinetics of dye sorption; detailed accounts of the mechanism of dyeing that applies to cotton (and other cellulosic fibres), polyester, polyamide, wool, polyacrylonitrile and silk fibres; non-aqueous dyeing, as represented by the use of air, organic solvents and supercritical CO2 fluid as alternatives to water as application medium. The up-to-date text is supported by a large number of tables, figures and illustrations as well as footnotes and widespread use of references to published work. The book is essential reading for students, teachers, researchers and professionals involved in textile coloration.

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology

Chemical processing of fibers and fabrics Menachem Lewin, Stephen B. Sello. International Fiber Science and Technology Series / 2 Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology : Volume II Chemical Processing of Fibers and Fabrics Functional ...

Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology


Manufactured Fibre Technology

7 ( 2 ) , ( 1979 ) 34 ( Fig . 20.1 ) and 36 ( Fig . ... Malkin , J. Polymer Sci . , A - 2 , 8 ( 1970 ) , 657 ( Fig . ... Menachem Lewin and Eli M. Pearce , Eds . , Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology : Vol .

Manufactured Fibre Technology

Manufactured Fibre Technology provides an accessible and comprehensive treatment of the chemical, physical and mechanical processes involved in the production of all important commodity manufactured fibres and most of the industrial fibres. The emphasis is on the fundamental principles and industrial aspects of production. Latest developments in manufactured fibres in terms of manufacturing processes, characteristics and their applications are also covered. Manufactured Fibre Technology is designed around twenty chapters with a balance of basic principles and production of specific fibre types. Newer and industrially relevant areas such as high speed spinning, production of speciality fibres (including microfibres), computer simulation of spinning, high performance fibres, spun-bonding and melt-blowing, and re-use of fibre waste are included. The structure, property and application areas of each fibre type are also discussed, thus providing a broad understanding of the subject. In addition, various aspects related to the testing and characterisation of fibres and polymers are reviewed. This book is an invaluable resource to students, lecturers, industrial technologists and researchers in this subject area.

Preservation and Conservation of Sci tech Materials

Reports are of an advanced level and geared to graduate students and practicing scientists . ( RGK ) Handbook of fiber science and technology . Volume IV . Fiber chemistry . Edited by Menachem Lewin and Eli M. Pearce .

Preservation and Conservation of Sci tech Materials

Provides clear examples of projects and studies that have been made regarding current conservation and preservation efforts.

Fundamentals of Fiber Science

Dyer J., Daul, G., “rayon Fibers”, in Handbook of Fibre Science and Technology, Volume IV. ... Ganster, J., Pink, H.P., “the Structure of Man-Made Cellulosic Fibres”, in Handbook of Textile Fibre Structure, Volume II: Natural, ...

Fundamentals of Fiber Science

Connects fiber chemistry and structure to properties that can be designed and engineered Micro- and nanoscale, synthetic and natural polymer and non-polymer fibers explained with applications to industrial, electronic, biomedical and energy Information pertinent for fiber, textile, composite, polymer and materials specialists This volume provides the basic chemical and mathematical theory needed to understand and modify the connections among the structure, formation and properties of many different types of manmade and natural fibers. At a fundamental level it explains how polymeric and non-polymeric fibers are organized, how such fibers are formed, both synthetically and biologically, and how primary and secondary properties, from basic flow to thermal and electrical qualities, are derived from molecular and submolecular organization, thus establishing the quantitative and predictive relationships needed for fiber engineering. The book goes on to show how fiber chemistry and modes of processing for dozens of materials such as silks, ceramics, glass and carbon can be used to control functional optical, conductive, thermal and other properties. Its discussion ranges over microscale and nanoscale fibers (nanofibers), covering methods such as spinning and electrospinning, as well as biological fiber generation through self-assembly. Technologies in this text apply to the analysis and design of fibers for industrial, electronic, optical, medical and energy storage applications.

Handbook of Fibrous Materials 2 Volumes

Volume 1: Production and Characterization / Volume 2: Applications in Energy, Environmental Science and Healthcare ... Handbook of Fiber Science and Technology Vol III: High technology fibers Part B. New York and Basel: Marcel Dekker, ...

Handbook of Fibrous Materials  2 Volumes

Edited by a leading expert in the field with contributions from experienced researchers in fibers and textiles, this handbook reviews the current state of fibrous materials and provides a broad overview of their use in research and development. Volume One focuses on the classes of fibers, their production and characterization, while the second volume concentrates on their applications, including emerging ones in the areas of energy, environmental science and healthcare. Unparalleled knowledge of high relevance to academia and industry.