Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy

The aim of this work was to investigate the influence of knitted structure on the burning time and heat transfer process through knitted fabrics used for functional garments. Investigations of flame retardancy were carried out on plain fabrics knitted from Nomex Delta TA single and folded yarns and...

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Main Authors: Daiva Mikucioniene, Lina Cepukone, Jolita Krisciunaite
Format: Article
Language:Russian
Published: Витебский государственнный технологический университет 2017-01-01
Series:Vestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University
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Online Access:http://vestnik.vstu.by/files/2715/0417/4971/1_32.pdf
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spelling doaj-550e5abe98f84d00be8cf0c6675d11b02020-11-25T01:21:26ZrusВитебский государственнный технологический университетVestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University2079-79582306-17742017-01-011321924Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame RetardancyDaiva Mikucioniene0Lina Cepukone1Jolita Krisciunaite2Kaunas University of TechnologyKaunas University of TechnologyJSC «Garlita»The aim of this work was to investigate the influence of knitted structure on the burning time and heat transfer process through knitted fabrics used for functional garments. Investigations of flame retardancy were carried out on plain fabrics knitted from Nomex Delta TA single and folded yarns and investigations of comfort determinative heat transfer were carried out on double-layered fabrics with cellulose yarns in the outer layer and synthetic yarns in the inner layer. It was established that dynamic of the heat transfer process depends at a higher level on the knitting pattern because the amount of air depends on the order of loops ranged in the fabric. The investigations have also shown that it is possible to increase heat transfer and flame retardancy more than twice only by choosing reasonable knitting structure without changing of fibres raw composition or additional finishing processes.http://vestnik.vstu.by/files/2715/0417/4971/1_32.pdfknitted structureheat transferflame retardancy
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author Daiva Mikucioniene
Lina Cepukone
Jolita Krisciunaite
spellingShingle Daiva Mikucioniene
Lina Cepukone
Jolita Krisciunaite
Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
Vestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University
knitted structure
heat transfer
flame retardancy
author_facet Daiva Mikucioniene
Lina Cepukone
Jolita Krisciunaite
author_sort Daiva Mikucioniene
title Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
title_short Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
title_full Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
title_fullStr Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
title_full_unstemmed Influence of Knit Structure on Heat Transfer and Flame Retardancy
title_sort influence of knit structure on heat transfer and flame retardancy
publisher Витебский государственнный технологический университет
series Vestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University
issn 2079-7958
2306-1774
publishDate 2017-01-01
description The aim of this work was to investigate the influence of knitted structure on the burning time and heat transfer process through knitted fabrics used for functional garments. Investigations of flame retardancy were carried out on plain fabrics knitted from Nomex Delta TA single and folded yarns and investigations of comfort determinative heat transfer were carried out on double-layered fabrics with cellulose yarns in the outer layer and synthetic yarns in the inner layer. It was established that dynamic of the heat transfer process depends at a higher level on the knitting pattern because the amount of air depends on the order of loops ranged in the fabric. The investigations have also shown that it is possible to increase heat transfer and flame retardancy more than twice only by choosing reasonable knitting structure without changing of fibres raw composition or additional finishing processes.
topic knitted structure
heat transfer
flame retardancy
url http://vestnik.vstu.by/files/2715/0417/4971/1_32.pdf
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