This volume provides the textile science community with a forum for critical, authoritative evaluations of advances in the discipline of textile engineering. Reporting on recent advances with significant applications in textile engineering, the chapters are written by internationally recognized researchers. This book covers a multitude of important concepts and advances in the field, including:
• Applications of nonwovens in textile engineering
• Textile waste treatment for use in emulsion rubbers
• Parameters of polyhydroxybutyrate nanofibers
• Preparation of amines for use in textile engineering
• Progress in photovoltaic textile
• New applications in nanoengineering materials in the textile industry
Table of Contents
Understanding Nonwovens Concepts and Applications; M. Kanafchian and A. K. Haghi
Cellulose-Based Textile Waste Treatment into Powder-Like Fillers for Emulsion Rubbers; V. M. Misin, S. S. Nikulin, and I. N. Pugacheva
Structure and Parameters of Polyhydroxybutyrate Nanofibres; A. A. Olkhova, O. V. Staroverova, A. L. Iordanskii, and G. E. Zaikov
Preparation of Amines, Including Cycloacetalic and Gem-Dichlorocyclopropane Fragments; A. N. Kazakova, G. Z. Raskildina, N. N. Mikhailova, T. P. Mudrik, S. S. Zlotsky, and G. E. Zaikov
Progress in Photovoltaic Textiles: A Comprehensive Review; M. Kanafchian
Modern Applications of Nanoengineered Materials in Textile Industries; Shima Maghsoodlou and Arezoo Afzali
Alexandr A. Berlin, DSc, is director of the N. N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. He is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and many national and international associations. Dr. Berlin is a world-renowned scientist in the field of chemical kinetics (combustion and flame), chemical physics (thermodinamics), and chemistry and physics of oligomers, polymers, and composites and nanocomposites. He is the contributor of 100 books and volumes and 1000 original papers and reviews.
Roman Joswik, PhD is director of the Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry in Warsaw, Poland. He is a specialist in the field of physical chemistry, chemical physics, radiochemistry, organic chemistry, and applied chemistry. He has published several hundred original scientific papers as well as reviews in the field of radiochemistry and applied chemistry.
Vatin Nikolai Ivanovich, DSc is chief scientific editor of Magazine of Civil Engineering and editor of Construction of Unique Buildings and Structures. He is also a specialist in the field of chemical technology. He published several hundred scientific papers (original and review) and several volumes and books.