Year 2019, Volume , Issue , Pages 509 - 522 2019-06-01

Functionalization of Textile Materials with Nanoclay Incorporation for Improved Characteristics
Functionalization of Textile Materials with Nanoclay Incorporation for Improved Characteristics

İkilem Göcek [1]

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Textile industry has been seeking for new technologies to meet consumer demands. Nowadays, nanomaterial applications during manufacturing, finishing and coating processes to produce nanocomposite structures has come into prominence for acquiring multifunctionality or special functions for textiles. In the current study, nano-scaled particles namely nanoclays were incorporated in the structure of different cotton fabrics via finishing techniques to develop functionalized nanocomposite fabric with improved characteristics. After analyzing the tests, cotton fabrics treated with nanoclay were found to possess better flame-retardant characteristics and thermal stability compared to the untreated ones with the durability of the functionality against washing as well as improved tensile strength.

Textile industry has been seeking for new technologies to meet consumer demands. Nowadays, nanomaterial applications during manufacturing, finishing and coating processes to produce nanocomposite structures has come into prominence for acquiring multifunctionality or special functions for textiles. In the current study, nano-scaled particles namely nanoclays were incorporated in the structure of different cotton fabrics via finishing techniques to develop functionalized nanocomposite fabric with improved characteristics. After analyzing the tests, cotton fabrics treated with nanoclay were found to possess better flame-retardant characteristics and thermal stability compared to the untreated ones with the durability of the functionality against washing as well as improved tensile strength.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-0682-5786
Author: İkilem Göcek (Primary Author)
Institution: ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


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APA Göcek, İ . (2019). Functionalization of Textile Materials with Nanoclay Incorporation for Improved Characteristics. Politeknik Dergisi, (), 509-522. DOI: 10.2339/politeknik.508592
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Chicago Göcek, İ . "Functionalization of Textile Materials with Nanoclay Incorporation for Improved Characteristics". Politeknik Dergisi (2019): 509-522
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