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Publikācija: Metal Coated Textile Testing with GDV Method: Raw Material Influence on the Parameters of GDV Electrograms

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Title in original language Metal Coated Textile Testing with GDV Method: Raw Material Influence on the Parameters of GDV Electrograms
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.5 Materials engineering
Authors Eva Trumsiņa
Silvija Kukle
Gunta Zommere
Keywords copper, GDV electrography, nanotechnology, textile.
Abstract The aim of the experiment under examination is to find out the effect of fibres and textile processing products separated in the textile washing process on the parameters of GDV electrograms, as well as the durability of metal coating, depending on the type of used textile material (polyester, viscose or wool). The obtained results have confirmed that the most sustainable copper nanoparticle coating is formed on the polyester fabric, but the lowest coating – on the viscose fabric. It has been concluded that the fibres and textile finishes separated from the fabric also influence the parameters of GDV electrograms.
Reference Trumsiņa, E., Kukle, S., Zommere, G. Metal Coated Textile Testing with GDV Method: Raw Material Influence on the Parameters of GDV Electrograms. Material Science. Textile and Clothing Technology. Vol.7, 2012, pp.107-112. ISSN 1691-3132. e-ISSN 2255-8888.
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