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Textile Coloration and Finishing
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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 18, Issue 6 - Dec 2006
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Oct 2006
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Aug 2006
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Jun 2006
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Apr 2006
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
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Properties of Reduced Polyacrylonitrile Nano Fiber (I)
Choi Chang-Nam ; Park Won-Kyu ; Lee Woong-Eui ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 1~7
In order to prepare PAN nano fiber web, PAN/DMF solution was prepared and electrospun. The diameter of fiber was depended on the polymer concentration (7.5-15wt%) and the applied voltage (10-16kV). The average diameter of fiber increased with an increase of the polymer concentration and decreased with the applied voltage. At 7.5wt% concentration, many beads were found. So, we prepared a nano PAN fiber by electrospinning at concentration of 10wt% and 16kV. PAN fibers were reduced with litium aluminium hydride and the dyeability to acid dye was checked. The reduced nano PAN fiber showed much better dyeability compared with the reduced ordinary PAN fiber. It was considered that the increase of specific surface area have an important role in dyeing with acid dye.
Dyeing of Wool Fabric by the Pigment Extracted from Opuntia Ficus-indica
Lee Se-Hee ; Cho Yong-Suk ; Choi Soon-Hwa ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 8~14
The pigment extraction of Opuntia ficus-indica has been conducted to develop useful natural dyes in place of synthetic dyes which are suspected to bring serious environmental pollutions. The dyeing ability on wool fabric by addition of ascorbic acid and several mordants were investigated by means of color measurement. In addition, the fastness of washing, perspiration, rubbing, light, dry cleaning, effect on bacterial reduction and UV-B protection were also investigated. From these investigation, it is suggested that the pigment extracted from Opuntia ficus-indica can be used as a source of natural dyes and the obtained result are as follows. 1. Maximum absorption band (
) of Opuntia ficus-indica extract is 533nm. 2. The wool fabric dyed with Opuntia ficus-indica extract has stable color by the addition of ascorbic acid and is achieved with addition of 0.1% ascorbic acid, 0.5% several mordant, and three repeated dying at
for 1.5hr. 3. The wash fastness of the dyed wool fabric when it is washed with neutral detergent is more effective than alkaline detergent. The dry cleaning fastness of the dyed wool fabric is more excellent. In addition, the perspiration fastness of the dyed wool fabric is increased by mordanting method. And than the rubbing fastness of the dyed wool fabric is showed excellent under dryness and wetness. Light fastness of the dyed wool fabric, however is showed inferiority. 4. The wool fabric dyed with Opuntia ficus-indica extract is showed effective bacterial reduction and UV-B protection is increased remarkably.
A Study on the Measurement of Colour Fastness by CCM and New Fastness Formula
Hong Min-Gi ; Park Ju-Young ; Park Yong-Mi ; Koo Kang ; Huh Man-Woo ; Kim Sam-Soo ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 15~23
A new fastness formula based on CIEDE2000 color-difference formula is developed by B. Rigg and his coworkers. It is very simple to calculate fastness grade for color change than ISO 105-A05 fastness formula based on CIELAB color-difference formula. Sample pair sets which cover a wide range color space were accumulated from NCS(Natural Color System) color book. For those sample pair sets, visual measurement experiment and instrument measurement experiment of fastness grade were carried out and each performance of ISO 105-A02 fastness formula and newly developed fastness formula was compared through degree of agreement for visual measurement result. Newly developed fastness formula indicated improved performance for measuring fastness grade but current ISO fastness formula for assessing change in color, ISO 105-A05, was confirmed that it's performance is inadequate to measure fastness grade. Then fastness formulae were examined more closely according to particular color spaces and the correlation of hue, lightness and chrom for measuring fastness grade was also considered in this study.
Synthesis of the photochromic and electrochromic dyes and their sensible properties (I) - Dyeing application with photochromic moiety to the fiber substrate-
Son Young-A ; Park Young-Min ; Kim Byung-Soon ; Kim Sung-Hoon ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 24~30
The photosensitive spiroxazine compound and the electrosensitive viologen compound were prepared to examine their practical application feasibilities and behaviors. These dyes represent corresponding chromism effects related to their own characteristics of the dye molecules. Thus, the prepared dyes were characterized and their absorption spectra were also investigated. Besides, an interest on direct spiroxazine exhaustion to the polyamide substrates and its photochromic effects within the fiber molecules were determined. The photochromic reaction on the substrates was clearly observed and its reversible decoloration behaviors responded.
A Study on the Manufacturing of Stretch Silk Fabrics (I) - Effect of Processing Condition of Covered Yarn -
Kwon Soon-Jueng ; Jin Young-Gil ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 31~38
Silk fabrics are very popular and widely used because of their elegant appearance. However, silk fabrics generally have easy wrinkle, and do not stretch and deform permanently after machine washing. Then the stretched properties of silk fabrics are important for the application of industrial textile materials such as formal and sports wear. Thus, this research surveys the covering, weaving and degumming conditions for stretched silk fabrics. As a result, yarn breaking stress was reduced with increasing spindle speed, and the yarn twists were optimized under the covering condition of polyurethane/silk with PVA pretreatment. In addition, the shrinkage of the silk fabrics treated with star degumming process was reduced by continuous NaOH degumming process. The fabrics showed the fabric physical properties with optimum stretched properties and evenness surfaces.
Mechanical Properties of Woven Fabrics Made from Thick & Thin Yarn
Shin Hyun-Sae ; Kim Young-Sang ; Son Jun-Sik ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 18, issue 2, 2006, Pages 39~45
The aim of this work is to develop sense-differentiated textiles using Thick-Thin polyester yarn(T-T yarn) with finer than 1 denier mono filament. The ITY(Interlace Textured Yarn) using T-T yarn with various over feed ratios of PET filament was manufactured with different shrinking percentage of core yarn and then the fabrics were woven on the same weaving 100m using ITY produced. The mechanical properties and the handles of the fabrics were examined with KES-FB system suggested by Kawabata. The shrinkage of ITY was increased with decreasing over feed ratio and increased with increasing heat treatment temperature of T-T yarn. The initial elasticity modulus of ITY was decreased with increasing over feed ratio and heat treatment temperature of T-T yarn. The tensile energy of fabrics was decreased with increasing of over feed ratio, but bending rigidity and shear rigidity of fabrics were increased with increasing of over feed ratio of PET filament. The results indicate that the fabric using T-T yarn with finer than I denier mono filament can be used for the purpose of sense-differentiated textile.