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Title:Study of crosslinking efficiency of cotton cellulose by different physical-chemical methods and genetic programming
Authors:Šauperl, Olivera (Author)
Brezočnik, Miran (Author)
Files:URL http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/mri/2006/00000010/00000001/art00005
Work type:Unknown ()
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
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
Year of publishing:2006
ISSN on article:1433-075X
COBISS_ID:10361622 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Materials research innovations
Shortened title:Mater. res. innov.
Publisher:Maney Publishing
COBISS.SI-ID:5998614 New window

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Keywords:tekstilna vlakna, bombaž, celuloza, zamreženje, FTIR spektroskopija, metoda metilen modro, tenziometrija, genetsko programiranje


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