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2016, Vol.28, No.4

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    Crystallization of Poly(1,4-diaminobutane-co-adipic acid-co-ε-caprolactam- co-diethylenetriamine) Copolymer Fiber

    Kukhyun Jo | Hyo Jung Kim | 송지현 and 4other persons | 2016, 28(4) | pp.231~238 | number of Cited : 0
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    We investigated the evolution of crystal formation as a function of drawing ratio in poly(1,4-diaminobutane-co-adipic acid-co-ε-caprolactam-co-diethylenetriamine)(nylon 466T) copolymer formed by four monomers, i.e 1,4-diaminobutane, adipic acid, ε-caprolactam, diethylenetriamine(DETA), using synchrotron X-ray scattering measurement. In case of pristine(as spun) nylon 466T fiber, it was consisted with unoriented nylon 6α and unoriented nylon 46αphases. As increase the drawing ratio, unoriented nylon 6α was transformed to oriented γ phase, while unoriented nylon 46αchanged to oriented 46 α phase. The effect of the addition of DETA was not observed in the pristine fibers. However, DETA affected to restrict the formation of crystals at the maximum drawing condition, and as a result it had a role to increase the moisture regain.
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    Preparation and Characterization of Carbon/Phenol Composite by RTM Process

    진다영 | LEE, SEUNG GOO | 이현재 and 3other persons | 2016, 28(4) | pp.239~245 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this study, carbon/phenol composites were prepared from carbon fiber preform and phenol resin by RTM(resin transfer molding) process. And changes in the properties of the composite according to the pre-treatment of phenol resin was mainly studied. RTM process conditions were deduced from viscosity and thermal analysis of phenol resin which were rheometer and thermogravimetric analyzer(TGA). RTM process was performed under various injection and molding temperature. Characterization of the prepared C/P composites were evaluated by various analyses. Morphology of composites was analyzed by Micro-CT(MCT), Mechanical properties of composites were measured through the flexural properties. As results, volatile impurities of phenol resin were effectively removed at resin pre-treatment temperature of 100℃and composite was sufficiently cured at molding temperature of 180℃.
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    Transverse Low Velocity Impact Failure Behavior of Triaxial Braided Composite Tube with Different Braiding Angles

    SIM JEE HYUN | 박성민 | 김지혜 and 4other persons | 2016, 28(4) | pp.246~252 | number of Cited : 0
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    In comparison to metal alloys, braided composite features a high impact resistance and crash energy absorption potential, and also it still remained competitive stiffness and strength properties. Braiding angle is one of the most important parameters which affect the mechanical behaviors of braided composite. This paper presents transverse low velocity impact failure behavior analysis on the carbon 3D Triaxial braided composite tube with the braiding angle of 20º, 50º and 80º. The flexural behaviour of 3D triaxial braided composite tube under bending loads was studied by conducting quasistatic three point bending test. Also, the low velocity impact responses of the braided composite tubes were also tested to obtain load-displacement curves and energy absorption. Consequently, the increase of the braided angle, the peak load also increases owing to the bigger bending stiffness.
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    Physical Properties and Dyeability of Fine Count Wool Yarns and Its Fabrics by Drawing Process of Fineness Control

    김미경 | 전병대 | 정재석 | 2016, 28(4) | pp.253~270 | number of Cited : 0
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    In the wool textile industry, the necessity for technology development has been steadily raised to create improved fineness and yarn count of existing wool yarns with thick fineness for ensuring higher quality grades of wool yarn. Recently, through controlling fineness of wool yarn for making finer wool in relation with environmentallyfriendly and high-sensitivity trend, a differentiated continuous drawing process where the quality of wool can be artificially manipulated has been suggested in the latest textile industry. This study investigated the basic conditions during the continuous drawing process which enable to manufacture wool yarn with fine count by controlling reducing agent treatment, physical drawing and drying after reducing agent treatment, and oxidizing agent post-treatment conditions. Furthermore, this study reviewed the drawing effects by applying the basic conditions for reduction and oxidation reaction in the drawing processes of wool/cashmere, wool/silk, wool/polyester blended yarns as well as such wool yarns. Also, in order to review the practicability, this study examined the physical properties and dyeability of drawn wool yarn applied textile materials in comparison with normal wool yarn applied textile materials.
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    Antimicrobial Properties and Characteristic Changes of Nylon Treated with Glycidyltrimethylammonium chloride(GTAC) and Silver nanoparticles(AgNPs)

    강다경 | Sang Oh Lee | Jaewoong Lee | 2016, 28(4) | pp.271~279 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study deals with antibacterial properties of nylon fiber treated with glycidyltrimethylammoniumchloride( GTAC) and silver nanoparticles(AgNPs). Nylon fibers were soaked into GTAC(2-30%, v:v) solution for 20 min. After sample was pre-drying at 80°C for 10min and cured at 180°C for 5min. The AgNPs coating was accomplished by soaking in silver colloid solution at 45 °C for 90 min. The coated nylon fibers were characterized by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive spectroscopy(SEM-EDS). EDS analysis indicated that AgNPs and GTAC was attached on nylon fibers. The treated nylon fibers showed antimicrobial properties against Escherichia coli(ATCC 43895), Pseudomonas aeruginosa(ATCC 13388) and Staphylococcus aureus(ATCCBAA-1707).
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    Enhancement of Dyeing Fastness of Artificial Suede (3)

    김경필 | 김혜인 | 2016, 28(4) | pp.280~289 | number of Cited : 0
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    Silica microgel was prepared by sol-gel process and then functional groups, epoxy group and ethoxy group, were introduced on the particle by coupling treatment with 3-glysidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane. The functional silica microgel(functional SiGel) formation was identified using FT-IR spectrometry. Phase stability for DMF solution of functional SiGel, PU resin and pigment was evaluated by Turbiscan Lab. And physical properties of artificial suede including hand values, morphology and dyeing fastness were investigated. The mean particle size and the specific surface area of the functional SiGel were 0.77㎛ and 380㎡/g. Mixture containing the functional SiGel, PU resin and pigment was more stable than the functional SiGel-free mixed solution. Artificial suede prepared by the functional SiGel had appearance and feeling close to natural suede. The migration fastness, the solvent wicking fastness and rubbing fastness of the artificial suede were enhanced to 4~5 grades, 4~5 grades and 3~4 grades, respectively.
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    The Dyeing Properties and Functionality of Water Lily(Nymphaea tetragona) Leaves Extract as a New Natural Dye Resource(1): Dyeing of Cotton Fiber

    Youngmi Yeo | Younsook Shin | Dong Il Yoo | 2016, 28(4) | pp.290~298 | number of Cited : 3
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    In this study, the efficacy of water lily(Nymphaea tetragona) leaves as a new natural dye resource was investigated. For this purpose, the colorants from water lily leaves were extracted in methanol, evaporated, and powdered. Dyeing onto cotton fiber was carried out to study the effects of dyeing conditions, mordant type and mordanting method on dye uptake, color change, and colorfastness. FTIR analysis supported that hydrolyzable tannins and chrolophyll were contained in the extracted colorants. The colorants showed good affinity to cotton fiber showing Y Munsell color. Pre-mordanting method gave better results in terms of dye uptake than post-mordanting method. By mordanting, dyed fabrics exhibited various colors such as green, khaki, brownish yellow, dark brown, dark gray and so on. Colorfastness to washing and rubbing was relatively good showing 4-5 rating. The light fastness was improved 1-2 rating by Fe mordanting. The dyed cotton fabric showed antimicrobial activity.
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    Effect of Color Developing by Heat Treatment on Cotton Fabrics Dyed with Catechu Extract

    이수정 | Jeong Dae Jang | 2016, 28(4) | pp.299~307 | number of Cited : 1
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    In order to clarify the availability of heat treatment for catechu dyeing, effect of color developing by heating process on cotton fabrics dyed with catechu extract was investigated. Dyed fabrics were heated various time(min) at 150℃. The cases of nonmordanting and mordanting were compared, and examined the effect of sodium acetate as an agent to promote the color developing to fabrics. Experiments with after-mordanting method showed that various colors can be obtained using catechu. K/S values of dyed fabrics with Al, Cu, Fe mordant were higher than the case of no mordant. The fabric by Cu mordanting showed 3 times to the case of no mordant. Fabrics dyed with catechu by mordanting lowered L*value while there was little change in a*, b*value as the heating process progressed. Therefore, K/S values were increased due to heating process. The effects of adding sodium acetate in dyeing bath on dyed fabrics were shown higher K/S values, and the L*values were lower than those without sodium acetate according to heating time increase. The result show sodium acetate had a promoting effect on the color developing to the fabrics by heating process, it was very effective.