New PDF release: Advances in Nanofibre Research, Volume 3
By Akbar K. Haghi, Gennady E. Zaikov
In the 1st volumes of this sequence, now we have proven that submicron-sized and nanofibres may be ready from a polymer resolution by way of electrospinning.
The 3rd quantity of ‘Advances in Nanofibre study’ describes the various instructions within which the technology and know-how of polymer nanofibres is now evolving and highlights the present figuring out of polymer nanofibres and nanocomposites. during this quantity, readers can locate chapters which examine the incidence, balance, and practical homes of fibrous nanomaterials of other sizes and shapes.
The new and rising purposes of polymer nanofibres are offered along the elemental underlying technology and know-how. With discussions exploring such functional purposes as filters, materials, scaffolds for tissue engineering, the e-book presents polymer scientists and engineers with a finished, sensible ‘how-to’ reference paintings. one of the major points lined is the book’s presentation of the technological know-how and know-how of electrospinning, together with useful details on find out how to electrospin diverse polymer systems.
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Researchers found that the pore size and pore size distribution of electrospun polylacticacid (PLA) membranes are strongly associated with fibre mass, fibre diameter and fibre length. Researchers also found that the electrospun mats provide good aerosol particle protection, without a significant change in moisture vapour transport. It was shown that materials used in protective clothing must provide a combination of high barrier performance and thermal comfort. It has been recognised that the heat and moisture transport behavior of textile materials is one of the most important factors influencing the comfort and performance of clothing in normal use.
8 Layer-by-layer Assembly Researchers characterised MWNT/CHT composite rods with a layer-by-layer (LBL) structure prepared by the in situ precipitation method. The samples were prepared by coating the CHT solution on the internal surface of a cylindrical nanotube and then filling with a MWNT/CHT solution in acetic acid. The morphological, mechanical, and thermal properties of this composite rod were also examined. Researchers produced a homogeneous multilayer film of MWNT/CHT by the LBL self-assembly method.
In this procedure, woven cotton and polyester fabrics were padded through a certain concentration of silver colloids and squeezed to 83% wet pick-up with a laboratory pad at a constant pressure. Textile fabrics in which the antibacterial activity shows good laundering durability can be easily obtained via the padding process using nanosized silver colloidal solutions. 14 Typical SEM images of silver nanoparticles on (a) cotton; and (b) polyester fibres It is possible to prepare polyethylene (PE)/polypropylene (PP) nonwovens using various kinds of nanosized silver colloids.
Advances in Nanofibre Research, Volume 3 by Akbar K. Haghi, Gennady E. Zaikov