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Plasma Technologies for Textiles. Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles

  • ID: 2736242
  • February 2007
  • 360 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Plasma technologies present an environmentally-friendly and versatile way of treating textile materials in order to enhance a variety of properties such as wettability, liquid repellency, dyeability and coating adhesion. Recent advances made in commercially viable plasma systems have greatly increased the potential of using plasma technology in industrial textile finishing. This pioneering book provides an essential guide to both the technology and science related to plasmas and its practical applications in the textile industry.

The first part of the book discusses the science and technology behind plasmas. Chapters give detailed and comprehensive descriptions on the characteristics of plasmas and methods of control and treatment in the processing of textiles. Both low pressure cold plasma and atmospheric pressure cold plasma processes are described as well as the diagnosis and control of plasma parameters in plasma generating reactors. A chapter is devoted to the use of plasma technology to achieve nanoscale treatment of textile surfaces. The second part of the book concentrates on specific applications of plasma technologies. Chapters cover treatments for water and oil repellency READ MORE >

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Part 1 Plasma science and technology: The physics and chemistry of plasmas for processing textiles and other materials
The diagnosis of plasmas used in the processing of textiles and other materials
Low pressure cold plasma processing technology
Atmospheric cold plasma processing technology
Corona and atmospheric pressure plasma treatment of textiles
Nanoscale treatment of textiles using plasma technology. Part 2 Textile applications: Plasma treatment of textiles for water and oil repellency
Engineering and biomedical textiles using plasma technology
Plasma modification of wool
Plasma modification of natural cellulose fibres
Plasma treatment of particular fibres and textiles
Characterisation of plasma treated textiles.

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Shishoo, Roshan
Professor Roshan Shishoo is Director of Shishoo Consulting, Sweden, and former Director of the Swedish Institute for Polymers and Fibres (IFP). A Honorary Fellow of the Textile Institute, he has over 40 years' experience in textile research and development, and is an active member of many scientific organisations and committees.

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