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Antibacterial and Physical Properties of Knitted Cotton Fabrics Treated with Antibacterial Finishes
(Amer Assoc Textile Chemists Colorists, 2010)
The effects of commercial antibacterial finishing agent application on the physical properties of cotton fabrics, including laundering durability, were investigated. Applications were performed by the pad-dry-cure method. ...
Spinning Performance and Antibacterial Activity of SeaCell (R) Active/Cotton Blended Rotor Yarns
(Korean Fiber Soc, 2009)
Microorganisms can lead to functional, hygienic and aesthetic (e. g. deterioration, staining) problems on textile products. Natural fibers especially cotton are more easily affected by microorganisms. Blending of cotton ...
Predicting properties of single jersey fabrics using regression and artificial neural network models
(Korean Fiber Soc, 2012)
In our previous works, we had predicted cotton ring yarn properties from the fiber properties successfully by regression and ANN models. In this study both regression and artificial neural network has been applied for the ...
Antibacterial functionalization of cotton and polyester fabrics with a finishing agent based on silver-doped calcium phosphate powders
(SAGE Publications LTD, 2012)
Textiles are suitable materials for the growth of pathogenic microorganisms. Therefore, various antibacterial finishes have already been developed for textile products. In this work an antibacterial finishing agent containing ...