Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association

worli, India

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worli, India
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Surwase P.R.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2011

The effect of growth of electronic industry and its widespread use of electronic equipment in communications, computations, automations, biomedical, space and other purposes has led to many Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) problems. It is likely to become more severe in future, unless designers follow EMI control methodology/ techniques to meet the requirements during the design stage itself. The elimination or suppression of EMI should be a prime objective. In this paper an attempt has been made to present a review of various EMI suppression materials and standards.


Rakshit R.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2011

Skin care textiles are novel concept of releasing cosmetic active substances to human skin. This paper discusses the importance of skin care textile with help of microencapsulation and grafting of cyclodextrins using aloe vera as one of the main ingredient, which directly offers similar function as the cosmetic cream or lotion used in our daily life. It is an alternate use of cosmetics suitable for modern day busy life.


Saini S.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2011

During weaving of fabrics, depending upon the fabric quality different types of accessories is used on a weaving machine. Over a period oftime the excessive deposition of size and lint reduce their efficiency anddegradation of fabric quality as a whole. The traditional methods usedfor cleaning are labour intensive, time consuming, inefficient and oflow quality, and add to the cost of production. The spares are expensiveand have to be replaced, if not properly maintained.Amongst all the new technologies being developed globally, theultrasound technology is the most proven and versatile technology. Inengineering industry this technology is also often employed forcleaning of jewellery, lenses and other optical parts, office equipmentlike printers, type writer parts etc., watches, dental and surgicalinstruments, industrial parts and electronic equipment where it couldbe used for cleaning an electronic device that has been exposed toparticles which hinder its operation). After conclusive studies, ultrasoniccleaning system proves to be more effective compared to othercleaning systems presently used.Therefore, in this article the basic principles involved in ultrasoniccleaning and possibilities of using this technology for maintenance ofweaving machine accessories has been discussed. The system can beused to clean/wash majority of loom parts, however it will be moreuseful for cleaning loom parts that require regular cleaning.


Gangopadhyay U.K.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association | Rekha R.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association | Shinde S.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2012

The earlier paper Part-I described about the methodology adopted for dyeing of cotton and polyester using supercritical carbon dioxide media. The present paper discusses about the various evaluation and their properties measured.


Gangopadhyay U.K.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association | Rekha R.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association | Shinde S.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2012

The supercritical fluid (SCF) solves the water problem as the technology does not require water as a medium for dyeing. This results to no wastage of water and ultimately no load on the effluent which leads to water pollution. The present study stress upon the usage of SCF technology for dyeing of polyester and cotton. The result were compared vis-à-vis conventional methodology with respect to its dyeing properties. The Part I of the work give details about the methodology adopted for dyeing in general and dyeing of cotton in particular.


Singh R.P.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2012

Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) has attracted considerable interest in materials science due to its well-defined nano-scale organic-inorganic hybrid structure. The uniqueness about this nanomaterial is that it has two unique features together in one molecule. First high strength attributed to the presence of inorganic cage part of the structure made-up of Si (silicon) and O (Oxygen) atom and second organic system compatibility due to presence of functional R group. The cage (inorganic part) can be covalently bonded to the various organic functional groups depending on the desired applications. The incorporation of POSS into polymeric materials provides dramatic improvements in polymer properties that include increase in thermal stability, oxidation resistance, surface hardening, improved mechanical and optical properties as well as reductions in flammability. Herein different variety and major applications of POSS have been reviewed.


Basu B.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2012

Composite Textile is gradually capturing market globally for its own advantage and in the areas of development. Side by side, emphases are to be rendered for environment friendship, specifications and physical properties. The areas are being very much specific oriented the customers are too choosy in accepting a product. Hence at every stage proper production planning is required. For the growing demand although within a limited spare, the marketing and its conception is becoming more sophisticated and competitive. There are technical bottle necks to cope up with highly competitive market otherwise the producers will face tremendous challenge. The products are in varieties to satisfy the need of the sophisticated and high profile customers. Every product is having special criteria, application, structural feature which are to understand item wise and accordingly marketing planning are to be organized. The paper describes various marketing aspects and difficulties with range of products and their required specifications.


Singh R.P.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2010

Carbon Nanotube (CNT) is one of the most important nanomaterials out of the rapidly growing nanomaterial family. It has wide area of application due to its unique structure which leads to abnormally high strength, electrical current carrying capacity comparable to metals, semimetals etc. It is just the same carbon atom which results into different materials like diamond, fullerene etc. In this paper different types of CNTs, its unique structure and which results into some unique properties like high strength, electrical conductivity etc. has been reviewed.


Shinde S.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2010

Technical Textiles are mainly developed for their performance and function therefore over all testing is of crucial importance. So far major importance was given only to physical and chemical testing of textiles but this decade marks the importance of microbiological testing. This paper emphasis on susceptibility of raw materials to microbial attack and also gives an account of factors affecting the microbial attack on textiles. It also illustrates the various standard test methods available for microbiological testing of Technical Textiles.


Gangopadhyay U.K.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association | Hira M.,Synthetic and Art Silk Mills Research Association
Man-Made Textiles in India | Year: 2010

Agrotextiles are textiles used in farming, animal husbandry and horticulture to control environment for crop production and cattle, eliminate the variations in climate and hazards associated with weather changes, regulate nutrient level uptake by plants and also assist in the process and post harvest operations. The use of Agrotextiles is increasing day by day world-wide. With a brief insight into the Agrotextile products and its market potential, the paper highlights the impediments to the marketing of Agrotextiles in the country. The role of SASMIRA as the Centre of Excellence, Agrotextiles, for the promotion of Agrotextiles in the country has been depicted. These efforts would help the industry to explore the untapped potential in the field of Agrotextiles and benefit the agriculturist with increased yield, better quality of produce uninfluenced by the vagaries of nature.

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