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2008, Vol.20, No.1

  • 1.

    Design Research of the Natural Leather using a Marbling Technique(Ⅰ)

    이상철 | 신은철 | 김원주 and 1other persons | 2008, 20(1) | pp.1~7 | number of Cited : 3
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    The study has attempted to introduce a new coating technique for leather other than the conventional standardized method of spray, padding and roll coating. The study has focused on finding condition for separating water and organic layer in marble bath and surface effects according to kind of raw hide. It was found that dyestuff-free was to be used in water layer and the input amount of initial insoluble pigment to be added in marble bath should be adjusted following the change of surface area of the marble bath in order to get efficient marble effect while preventing coagulation of water and organic layers. Eventually, amorphous high value-added leather could be obtained treated in process other than the conventional standardized method. Even raw hides of low grades(C~E grades) could be processed into amorphous marble effect that could conceal or shield surface scratches by the colorant, which eventually eliminated necessity of using excessive amount of chemicals in the coating process leading to achieving high quality marble leather of natural look
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    Rapid Topological Patterning of Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Microstructure

    김보열 | 송환문 | Young-A Son and 1other persons | 2008, 20(1) | pp.8~15 | number of Cited : 0
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    We presented the modified decal-transfer lithography (DTL) and light stamping lithography (LSL) as new powerful methods to generate patterns of poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) on the substrate. The microstructures of PDMS fabricated by covalent binding between PDMS and substrate had played as barrier to locally control wettability. The transfer mechanism of PDMS is cohesive mechanical failure (CMF) in DTL method. In the LSL method, the features of patterned PDMS are physically torn and transferred onto a substrate via UV-induced surface reaction that results in bonding between PDMS and substrate. Additionally we have exploited to generate the patterning of rhodamine B and quantum dots (QDs), which was accomplished by hydrophobic interaction between dyes and PDMS micropatterns. The topological analysis of micropatterning of PDMS were performed by atomic force microscopy (AFM), and the patterning of rhodamine B and quantum dots was clearly shown by optical and fluorescence microscope. Furthermore, it could be applied to surface guided flow patterns in microfluidic device because of control of surface wettability. The advantages of these methods are simple process, rapid transfer of PDMS, modulation of surface wettability, and control of various pattern size and shape. It may be applied to the fabrication of chemical sensor, display units, and microfluidic devices.
  • 3.

    A Study on the One Bath One Step Thermosol Dyeing of Polyester/Cotton Blended Fabrics

    노덕길 | 2008, 20(1) | pp.16~21 | number of Cited : 2
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    In this study the effects of swelling and fixing agent for the cotton side of polyester/cotton blended fabrics and the thermosol temperature on the dyeing properties and fastness were investigated, when the polyester/cotton blended fabrics were dyed with a disperse dye which was able to dye both side of fiber by one bath one step thermosol process. The obtained results are as follows; The dye adsorption decreased with the increase of cotton blend ratio in polyester/cotton blended fabrics, when the ratio of swelling and fixing agent for cotton side was constant. As the thermosol temperature increased up to 210oC, the dye adsorption were increased, but that effect was less significant when the cotton blend ratio was higher.
  • 4.

    Synthesis of Bue Acid Dyes having Antimicrobial Property and its Application on Nylon Fiber

    홍진표 | 윤석한 | 김미경 and 1other persons | 2008, 20(1) | pp.22~27 | number of Cited : 0
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    Sulfadiazine and silver sulfadiazine are well-known bactericidal agent routinely used clinical settings. Antimicrobial acid dyes were synthesized by introducing sulfadiazine or silver sulfadiazine and applied on nylon fabric. The Chemical Structure of the Synthesized dyes was identified by HPLC-mass. The dyeability of synthesized acid dyes for nylon fabric was similar to commercial acid dyes. Resistance to washing, rubbing and lightfastness were good. Nylon fabrics dyed with synthesized acid dyes had good antimicrobial properties. Durable antimicrobial properties after 20 times washing have shown good result that reduction ratio of colonies is 99.9 %. Mixed dyeing were carried out using commercial acid dyes(leveling type) and synthesized dyes. The mixed dyeings have also shown good antimicrobial properties.
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    Physical Properties of Nylon Textured Yarn according to False Twist Texturing Parameters(Ⅰ) -Effect of Speed and Draw Ratio-

    허종태 | 2008, 20(1) | pp.28~35 | number of Cited : 0
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    Texturing is the process of including a characteristic of a natural fiber in a synthetic fiber. The most common method of it is the false twist texturing. Nylon textured yarn is primarily manufactured by the disk type. The major process parameters of the disk type false twist machine are speed, draw ratio, disk/yarn, and heater temperature. This study therefore investigated the effects of false twist texturing, especially speed and draw ratio, on the physical properties of nylon textured yarn. The increase of speed was proportional to the increase of unwinding tension, which could reduce the production efficiency by elevating the tension affecting to fiber during the process. In addition, the increase of speed was inversely proportional to the increase of crimp rigidity of nylon textured yarn. Draw ratio was proportionally increased with the increase of tenacity and the reductions of fineness and elongation, showing the influence of draw ratio to the ultimate physical properties of textured yarn.
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    Physical Properties of Nylon Textured Yarn according to False Twist Texturing Parameters(Ⅱ) -Effect of Disk/Yarn and Temperature-

    허종태 | 2008, 20(1) | pp.36~43 | number of Cited : 0
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    False twist texturing uses the thermoplastic property of synthetic yarn and produces a bulk and a stretch by giving the filament a permanent crimp. This study investigated the effects of false twist texturing parameters, disk/yarn(D/Y) and heater temperature, on the physical properties of nylon textured yarn. D/Y was a primary determinant of twist numbers of filaments and was proportionally increased with the twist numbers of filaments, resulting in an increase of crimp rigidity of the textured yarn. Heater temperature, a determinant of the heat setting of transformed filaments, was proportionally increased with the increase of crimp rigidity. Nylon 6 was partially melted at 190℃. This study consequently suggested the optimal parameters of nylon 6 85d/68f full-dull POY.
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    A Solar Cell Fiber using Semi-conductive Polymers

    송준형 | Jooyong Kim | 2008, 20(1) | pp.44~47 | number of Cited : 1
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    Organic semi-conductive materials have characteristics such as the advantages of easy formability, low-cost and diversity along with moderate semi-conductive properties. In this paper, we developed a flexible organic-inorganic hybrid solar cell fiber. First, we made a solar cell on the glass and attached the solar cell on the glass fiber similarly. In the latter case, thermal deposition method was employed in order to effectively apply ITO onto fiber surface. The amount of ITO was controlled by varying the temperature from 25, 150 to 300oC. Optimum result was obtained at 150oC where maximize the deposition amount without significant decomposition of ITO.Despite of maximum open circuit voltage of 0.39V, the resulting current was quite unstable and weak, limiting realistic applications. It was, however, concluded that the flexible solar cell fiber developed showed a possibility of low-weight application from functional clothing for military to space suit mainly due to flexibility and thus wear ability.
  • 8.

    A Real-Time Inspection System for Digital Textile Printing

    김경준 | 이채정 | 박윤철 and 1other persons | 2008, 20(1) | pp.48~56 | number of Cited : 1
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    A real-time inspection system has been developed by combining CCD based image processing algorithm and a standard lighting equipment. The system was tested for defective fabrics showing nozzle contact scratch marks, which are one of the frequently occurring defects. Two algorithms used were compared according to both their processing time and detection rate. First algorithm (algorithm A) was based on morphological image processing such as dilation and opening for effective treatment of defective printing areas while second one (algorithm B) mainly employs well-defined edge detection technique based on canny detector and Zermike moment. It was concluded that although both algorithms were quite successful, algorithm B showed relatively consistent performance than algorithm A in detecting complex patterns.