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Popescu A.,Institutul National Of Cercetare Dezvoltare Pentru Textile Si Pielarie | Popescu A.,Institute for Textiles and Leather | Grigoriu A.,Technical University Gheorghe Asachi | Zaharia C.,Technical University Gheorghe Asachi | And 2 more authors.
Industria Textila | Year: 2010

Among the multitude of possibilities extant for the pollution decrease of wastewaters resulted from finishing technological processes, 100% cotton textile materials processing was addressed, with mono-component alkaline pectinase BioPrep 3000L, as an alternative to the alkaline boiling, which is a big energy consumer and has a negative impact over the environment, by its high quantity of alkalies, surfactants, ion sequestrants and reducing agents used. In this article, the mathematical modeling and the optimization of the technological process for the cotton textile material bio-scouring were presented, by the rotatable central composition design enabled by the factorial programme order 24.

Cioara L.,Technical University Gheorghe Asachi | Ioan Cioara,Technical University Gheorghe Asachi | Toma D.,Institutui National Of Cercetare Dezvoltare | Toma D.,Institute for Textiles and Leather
Industria Textila | Year: 2010

The paper presents the results of researches conducted for the structure-properties relationship of the antistatic woven fabrics made of Conductive yarns only in the weft direction. Thus, the choice was for a Rhovyl 95% and Bekinox 5% fibers weft yarn, and the weaving variants have been designed as simple and compound. An optimal utilization was tried for the beneficial properties of raw materials entering the fabric composition, as well as a compensation of the disadvantageous characteristics. Structure optimization was achieved by a correct dimensioning of critical characteristics, so that each component should contribute to the accomplishment of woven fabric quality indices. In order to perform this analysis on different woven fabric variants, the main properties providing the fabrics the use value were tested, respectively the antistatic properties, but also the comfort and durability ones.woven fabrics, protective equipment, functionality, weave, properties, surface resistivity, mechanical characteristics.

Bachman J.M.,Institute Francais Textile Habillement IFTH | Barbieri M.,Tecnotessile | Dumitrescu I.,Institute for Textiles and Leather
Industria Textila | Year: 2011

The objective of the EnviroTex-Design project is to develop an interactive web-services platform for Clothing & Leather/Footwear SMEs. The Collaborative Virtual Design Platform aims to stimulate collaboration between enterprises, to assist users in formulating queries to meet their information needs, to find the most suitable partners to react quickly to the new market opportunities, to enhance effective knowledge sharing between SMEs.

Aileni R.M.,Institute for Textiles and Leather | Mihai C.,Institute for Textiles and Leather | Ene A.,Institute for Textiles and Leather | Medar C.,University of Bucharest
Industria Textila | Year: 2014

This paper presents a new approach to modeling parameters involved in characterizing phase bio-fluid flow into and through the three-dimensional structure type invasive medical devices obtained by mechanic-textile processing technologies. The objective presented in this paper is console application type software for the calculation of bio-fluid flow velocity using Fortran algorithms programming language and the computing power obtained by using GRID NETWORK.

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