"Handbook of Technical Textiles" ed. by A. R. Horrocks and S. C. Anand



"Handbook of Technical Textiles" ed. by A. R. Horrocks and S. C. Anand
CRC Press, Woodhead Publishing | 2000 | ISBN: 0849310474, 1855733854 | 576 pages | File type: PDF | 9 mb

This publication examines textiles for a wide range of industrial uses, including heat and flame protection applications, waterproof and breathable fabrics, geotextiles and natural fibre geotextiles; as well as the use of textiles in medicine, defence, transport and filtration; textiles for survival, and textiles and the environment. HANDBOOK is ideal for textile yarn and fibre manufacturers, producers of woven, knitted, and non-woven fabrics, textile finishers, and companies producing new textile coatings and colorants.

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While various books address the technical textile industry, most are vague or narrow in scope, addressing only a specific process, fabric structure, or area of application. Although the development of technical and industrial applications for textiles goes back many years, more recent milestones have marked the emergence of technical textiles, as we know them today. Very largely, these have centered upon new materials, processes, and applications. A comprehensive new book, HANDBOOK OF TECHNICAL TEXTILES provides in-depth coverage of all the principal aspects of manufacturing processes and fabric structures, plus in-depth reporting on all major applications of high-tech textiles.
If you work with textiles in any capacity, this will prove itself an indispensable guide and an up-to-date reference book.

Contents
Preface
List of contributors
1 Technical textiles market ?an overview - Chris Byrne
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Definition and scope of technical textiles
1.3 Milestones in the development of technical textiles
1.4 Textile processes
1.5 Applications
1.6 Globalisation of technical textiles
1.7 Future of the technical textiles industry
References
2 Technical fibres - Mohsen Miraftab
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Conventional fibres
2.3 High strength and high modulus organic fibres
2.4 High chemical- and comb
ustion-resistant organic fibres
2.5 High performance inorganic fibres
2.6 Ultra-fine and novelty fibres
2.7 Civil and agricultural engineering
2.8 Automotive and aeronautics
2.9 Medical and hygiene applications
2.10 Protection and defence
2.11 Miscellaneous
2.12 Conclusions
References
3 Technical yarns - X Chen and R. H. Gong
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Staple fibre yarns
3.3 Filament yarns
Bibliography
4 Technical fabric structures ?1.Woven fabrics - Walter S. Sondhelm
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Weave structures
4.3 Selvedge
4.4 Fabric specifications and fabric geometry
4.5 Weaving ?machines (looms) and operations
4.6 The future
References
5 Technical fabric structures ?2. Knitted fabrics - Subhash C. Anand
5.1 Terms and definitions
5.2 Weft knitting machines
5.3 Weft-knitted structures
5.4 Process control in weft knitting
5.5 End-use applications of weft-knitted fabrics 0
5.6 Warp-knitting machines
5.7 Warp-knitted structures
References
6 Technical fabric structures ?3. Nonwoven fabrics - Philip A Smith
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Methods of batt production using carding machines
6.3 Air laying
6.4 Wet laying
6.5 Dry laying wood pulp
6.6 Spun laying
6.7 Flash spinning
6.8 Melt blown
6.9 Chemical bonding
6.10 Thermal bonding
6.11 Solvent bonding
6.12 Needlefelting
6.13 Stitch bonding
6.14 Hydroentanglement
Bibliography
7 Finishing of technical textiles - Michael E Hall
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Finishing processes
3 Technical yarns - X. Chen and R. H. Gong
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Staple fibre yarns
3.3 Filament yarns
Bibliography
4 Technical fabric structures ?1.Woven fabrics - Walter S. Sondhelm
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Weave structures
4.3 Selvedge
4.4 Fabric specifications and fabric geometry
4.5 Weaving ?machines (looms) and operations
4.6 The future
References
5 Technical fabric structures ?2. Knitted fabrics - Subhash C. Anand
5.1 Terms and definitions
5.2 Weft knitting machines
5.3 Weft-knitted structures
5.4 Process control in weft knitting
5.5 End-use applications of weft-knitted fabrics
5.6 Warp-knitting machines
5.7 Warp-knitted structures
References
6 Technical fabric structures ?3. Nonwoven fabrics - Philip A. Smith
6.1 Introduction

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