Nantong Textile Vocational College

Nantong, China

Nantong Textile Vocational College

Nantong, China

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Li Y.,Nantong Textile Vocational College | Wu Z.-M.,Jiangnan University
Wool Textile Journal | Year: 2011

The study is to state the expression in men's sweater neutral design and thought caused by it on the background of pluralism and differentiate. From neutral concept and change of neutral interpretation, the need theory that made by the modern society of industrial development, cultural background evolution effects on men's sweater design neutral quantum, which help deeply understand men's sweater design in the nonphysical environment of formation. And from men' s sweater color application, modeling detail, adornment collocation and technique make the angle of neutral trend expression in detail. At the same time, it thinks about this kind of phenomenon and industry, design style, etc, the relationship of modern sweater is designed to provide certain theoretical reference.


Yi L.,Nantong Textile Vocational College
Wool Textile Journal | Year: 2010

Deconstruction originated in France as a unique creativity has been widely used in fashion design. Knitted sweater is practical, functional, meanwhile it is fashion-oriented, diversified increasingly evident. Article to explore innovative knitted sweaters deconstruction design, based on the concept of deconstruction, the paper analyses the knitted sweaters deconstructionism content, focusing on the deconstruction knitted sweater design methods in the traditional sense, the structure of the profile type, material, process applications, knitted sweater to further broaden the idea of deconstruction design, and cultural forms of expression, aimed at fashion knitted sweaters for the deconstruction of the design of the new methodology, as well as the characteristics of different styles to form a unique combination of sweaters with a brand-new artistic ideas.


Yin G.B.,Nantong textile vocational college
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2013

In this paper, a novel tubular scaffold was constructed by electrospinning technique and rolling method. Firstly, a high speed rotation drum was used to collect aligned poly (lactic acid) (PLA) nanofibers. Secondly, the membrane was cut and rolled into tube. Finally, a randomly oriented nanofibers layer was electrospun onto the rolled tube to envelope the end of rolled membrane and increase the mechanical properties. The morphology and alignment of nanofibers was observed and the mechanical properties were evaluated. The results showed that desirable alignment could be obtained by adjusting rotation speed. Along the fiber direction, the tensile stress of aligned PLA nanofibers membrane reached 49.32 ± 14.83 MPa and the elongation was17.71% ± 0.06%. The suture strength was more than adequate for suturing during implantation (2.36 ± 0.80 N/needle). This results derived from this study indicated that the construction technology was feasible and fundamentally verified the applicability of novelly designed scaffolds in tissue engineering. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

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