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The Resource Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles

Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles

Label
Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles
Title
Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Dolez, Patricia I
Dewey number
677.02832
Index
no index present
LC call number
TS1540
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Vermeersch, Olivier
  • Izquierdo, Valério
Series statement
Textile Institute book series
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  • Textile fibers
  • Textile fabrics
Summary expansion
This title explores developments in physical and chemical testing and specific high-performance tests relating to textiles. The book introduces the principles of advanced characterization and testing, including the importance of performance-based specifications in the textiles industry. Chapters are organized by textile properties, providing in-depth coverage of each characteristic. Tests for specific applications are addressed, with the main focus on high-performance and technical textiles. The book introduces the principles of advanced characterization and testing, including the importance of performance-based specifications in the textiles industry. Chapters are organized by textile properties and provide in-depth coverage
Label
Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles
Instantiates
Publication
Note
4.1.1 Thermal comfort
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; About the editors; Part One: Principles of textile characterization and testing; Chapter 1: Introduction to advanced characterization and testing of textiles; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Importance of textile testing; 1.2.1 Manufacturers' perspective; 1.2.2 Specifiers' perspective; 1.2.3 End-users' perspective; 1.2.4 Market development issues; 1.3 Variety of textile applications; 1.4 Objectives of characterization and testing; 1.4.1 Manufacturing quality control
  • 1.4.2 Certification and third-party testing1.5 Introduction to test methods; 1.5.1 Property-based test methods; 1.5.2 Performance-based test methods; 1.5.3 Standardization; 1.6 Testing management and infrastructure; 1.6.1 Conditioning and standard atmospheric conditions; 1.6.2 Laboratory equipment; 1.6.3 Laboratory information management systems; 1.6.4 Laboratory accreditation; 1.7 Defective products; 1.7.1 Detection; 1.7.2 Strategies for product improvements; 1.8 Future trends; 1.8.1 Next generation materials; 1.8.2 Environmentally friendly production processes; 1.8.3 Trends in procurement
  • 1.9 Sources of further information and adviceReferences; Part Two: Testing by properties; Chapter 2: Advanced strength testing of textiles; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Mechanical behavior of textiles; 2.3 Textile elasticity; 2.4 Tensile and multiaxial tensile strength; 2.4.1 Standard tensile test methods for fibres; 2.4.2 Standard tensile test methods for yarns; 2.4.3 Standard tensile test methods for fabrics; 2.4.4 Low stress tensile characterization; 2.5 Compression; 2.5.1 Thickness measurement; 2.5.2 Kawabata compression measurement device; 2.6 Burst strength; 2.6.1 Hydraulic method
  • 2.6.2 Pneumatic method2.7 Shear properties; 2.8 Flexion properties; 2.8.1 Bending length measurement; 2.8.2 Bending rigidity measurement; 2.9 Puncture resistance; 2.9.1 Cone drop test; 2.9.2 Pyramid puncture resistance; 2.9.3 CBR test; 2.10 Tear resistance measurement; 2.10.1 Ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf); 2.10.2 Single tear method with trouser-shaped test specimens; 2.10.3 Single tear method with wing-shaped test specimens; 2.10.4 Double tear test; 2.11 Cut resistance; 2.11.1 Slicing-type cut by sharp objects; 2.11.2 Impact cut by hand knives; 2.12 Impact resistance
  • 2.12.1 Protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors for equestrian use2.12.2 Motorcyclists' back protectors; 2.13 Abrasion resistance; 2.14 Future trends; 2.15 Conclusion; 2.16 Sources of further information and advice; References; Chapter 3: Comfort testing of textiles; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Fabric comfort properties; 3.3 Thermophysiological comfort testing; 3.4 Skin sensorial wear comfort testing; 3.5 Ergonomic comfort testing; 3.6 Psychological comfort testing; 3.7 Future trends; 3.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Testing thermal properties of textiles; 4.1 Introduction
Extent
1 online resource (476 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780081004531
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1005002496
  • (OCoLC)1005002496
Label
Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles
Publication
Note
4.1.1 Thermal comfort
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Advanced Characterization and Testing of Textiles; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; About the editors; Part One: Principles of textile characterization and testing; Chapter 1: Introduction to advanced characterization and testing of textiles; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Importance of textile testing; 1.2.1 Manufacturers' perspective; 1.2.2 Specifiers' perspective; 1.2.3 End-users' perspective; 1.2.4 Market development issues; 1.3 Variety of textile applications; 1.4 Objectives of characterization and testing; 1.4.1 Manufacturing quality control
  • 1.4.2 Certification and third-party testing1.5 Introduction to test methods; 1.5.1 Property-based test methods; 1.5.2 Performance-based test methods; 1.5.3 Standardization; 1.6 Testing management and infrastructure; 1.6.1 Conditioning and standard atmospheric conditions; 1.6.2 Laboratory equipment; 1.6.3 Laboratory information management systems; 1.6.4 Laboratory accreditation; 1.7 Defective products; 1.7.1 Detection; 1.7.2 Strategies for product improvements; 1.8 Future trends; 1.8.1 Next generation materials; 1.8.2 Environmentally friendly production processes; 1.8.3 Trends in procurement
  • 1.9 Sources of further information and adviceReferences; Part Two: Testing by properties; Chapter 2: Advanced strength testing of textiles; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Mechanical behavior of textiles; 2.3 Textile elasticity; 2.4 Tensile and multiaxial tensile strength; 2.4.1 Standard tensile test methods for fibres; 2.4.2 Standard tensile test methods for yarns; 2.4.3 Standard tensile test methods for fabrics; 2.4.4 Low stress tensile characterization; 2.5 Compression; 2.5.1 Thickness measurement; 2.5.2 Kawabata compression measurement device; 2.6 Burst strength; 2.6.1 Hydraulic method
  • 2.6.2 Pneumatic method2.7 Shear properties; 2.8 Flexion properties; 2.8.1 Bending length measurement; 2.8.2 Bending rigidity measurement; 2.9 Puncture resistance; 2.9.1 Cone drop test; 2.9.2 Pyramid puncture resistance; 2.9.3 CBR test; 2.10 Tear resistance measurement; 2.10.1 Ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf); 2.10.2 Single tear method with trouser-shaped test specimens; 2.10.3 Single tear method with wing-shaped test specimens; 2.10.4 Double tear test; 2.11 Cut resistance; 2.11.1 Slicing-type cut by sharp objects; 2.11.2 Impact cut by hand knives; 2.12 Impact resistance
  • 2.12.1 Protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors for equestrian use2.12.2 Motorcyclists' back protectors; 2.13 Abrasion resistance; 2.14 Future trends; 2.15 Conclusion; 2.16 Sources of further information and advice; References; Chapter 3: Comfort testing of textiles; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Fabric comfort properties; 3.3 Thermophysiological comfort testing; 3.4 Skin sensorial wear comfort testing; 3.5 Ergonomic comfort testing; 3.6 Psychological comfort testing; 3.7 Future trends; 3.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Testing thermal properties of textiles; 4.1 Introduction
Extent
1 online resource (476 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780081004531
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1005002496
  • (OCoLC)1005002496

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