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Study of crosslinking efficiency of cotton cellulose by different physical-chemical methods and genetic programming
Olivera Šauperl, Miran Brezočnik, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: We have investigated the crosslinking effect of unmercerized and mercerized cotton celluose crosslinked with different BTCA mass fractions in the impregnation bath. Crosslinking efficiency was analyzed using FT-IR spectroscopy, water retention capacity method, tensiometry and the methylene blue method. On the basis of the experimental data which was obtained with theseparate physical-chemical methods, different prediction models for crosslinking efficiency was developed. Modelling was taken out with the genetic programming method. Research shows good accordance of the experimentaldata with the genetic models.
Keywords: textile fibres, cotton, cellulose, crosslinking, FTIR spectroscopy, methylene blue method, water retention capacity, tensiometry, genetic programming
Published: 30.05.2012; Views: 1294; Downloads: 43
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In-vitro evaluation of the retention of different prefabricated posts luted with different cements
Miloš Maksimović, Aleksandra Špadijer Gostović, Aleksandar Todorović, Nebojša Romčević, Rebeka Rudolf, Ana Todorović, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this study was to assess and compare the mechanical resistance and the retentive force of metal and composite post systems cemented with different types of cements. Three different designs of prefabricated titanium alloy posts were used in the study, i.e., active, passive and combined, as well as AgPd cast posts and two different fibre-reinforced composite post systems. In accordance with the experimental design these posts were cemented with zinc phosphate, self-curing composite resin or self-adhesive, self-etching, luting agent. Comparing the results between the different metal post designs, cemented with zinc phosphate, a statistically significant difference in the retention was found between all the analysed posts. The best results with the pull-out test were obtained with the active posts, then the passive, followed by the combined posts. The metal cast posts cemented conventionally with Zn-phosphate demonstrated the lowest retentive force value, based on all the measurements. The bond strengths between the post and the root dentine were influenced statistically by the post design (active, passive, combined or cast) and material, metal vs. composite. The active Ti posts showed significantly superior retention in combination with all the cements. The Ti alloy posts achieved higher retentive force values than the composite posts, in general. The composite cements compared to the Zn-phosphate ensure a better retentive strength for all the posts, including individually cast posts.
Keywords: retention, prefabricated titanium posts, fibre-reinforced composite posts, cements, pull-out testing
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 410; Downloads: 46
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Dependence of warm or cold feeling and heat retention ability of knitwear from digital print parameters
Mladen Stančić, Dragana Grujić, Dragoljub Novaković, Nemanja Kašiković, Branka Ružičić, Jelka Geršak, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Textile materials are increasingly being subjected to the process of printing. The printing process with its parameters significantly affects the properties of textile materials and clothes made from these materials. This paper examines the effect of the parameters of digital printing on thermo-physiological characteristics of printed textile materials. As the essential print parameters were selected tone value and a different number of passes. In this research were used knitted fabric materials of 100% cotton fibers (100% CO), 100% polyester fibers (100% PES) and their mixture (50%CO/50% PES). The influence of print parameters to thermo-physiological properties of the material is evaluated through a warm or cold feeling and heat retention ability. Results of the research demonstrated that, in addition to material composition, the printing process with its parameters have a significant influence on the thermo-physiological characteristics of textile materials.
Keywords: digital printing, textile materials, thermo-physiological comfort, warm of cold feeling, heat retention ability
Published: 09.08.2017; Views: 322; Downloads: 43
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The dry fraction of unsaturated soils
Julio César Leal Vaca, Gustavo Gallegos Fonseca, Eduardo Rojas González, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: An equation to account for the shear strength of unsaturated soils is proposed in this paper. This equation is defined as the equivalent stress, and is an extension of Murray’s equation. This approach applies to the general case of bi-modal structured soils showing a macrostructure and microstructure. The theoretical development considers the existence of a dry fraction in addition to the saturated and unsaturated fractions of the soil. These different fractions are included in a porous model, which allows an evaluation of the parameters of the equivalent stress equation. Finally, the paper includes a comparison between theoretical and experimental results. The comparison shows that the proposed equation can be used to estimate the shear strength of unsaturated soils.
Keywords: unsaturated soil, shear strength, equivalent stress, water retention curve
Published: 15.06.2018; Views: 403; Downloads: 25
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