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1 13 TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE STRUTEX STRUCTURE AND STRUCTURAL MECHANICS OF TEXTILES 27 th and 29 th November 2006 Liberec, Czech Republic MONDAY PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE SECTION I - STRUCTURE AND STRUCTURAL MECHANICS OF TEXTILE 8:00 8:30 Registration 8:30 8:50 Opening Ceremony Chairman: Prof. Ing. Jiří Militký, CSc. 8:50 9:10 Fabric Air Permeability Numerical Modelling Karel Adámek (Research Institute of Textile Machines Liberec, CZ) 9:10 9:30 A Research on the Twist Liveliness Tendency of Long Staple Yarns Pinar Celik, Hüseyin Kadoğlu (Ege University, Turkey) 9:30 9:50 Electrical Properties of the PET(PP)/Carbon Black Composite Fibres Marcela Hricová, Anton Marcinčin, Pavol Fedorko, Katarína Olejníková (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovak Republic) 9:50 10:10 Angular Deformation of Warp-weft Yarns in Cut Bias Plain Wave Fabric under Uniaxial Load Dolatabadi Mahdi Kamali, Radko Kovář, Aleš Linka 10:10 10:30 Coffee break Chairman: Prof. Ing. Bohuslav Neckář, DrSc. 10:30 10:50 Evaluation of Cotton Fibers Quality Jiří Militký 10:50 11:10 Compatibilisation, Structure and Mechanical Properties of the PP/PES Blend Fibres Anton Marcinčin, Marcela Hricová, Konštantín Marcinčin (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovak Republic) 11:10 11:30 Evaluation of Cord Fabrics Surface Profile Martin Bleša, Jiří Militký 11:30 11:50 Interactions between AFIS Fibre Properties and Yarn Properties: Predicting Yarn Properties by Using Regression Models Mustafa E. Üreyen, Hüseyin Kadoğlu (Ege University, Turkey) 11:50 12:10 New Approach for Evaluating the Compact Yarn Hairiness Jiří Militký, Ibrahim Sayed, Demet Yilmaz, Fatma Göktepe 1

2 (Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic & Suleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey) 12:10 13:10 Lunch Chairman: Prof. Ing. Radko Kovář, CSc. 13:10 13:30 Fiber Straightening during Formation of Disc Spun Yarn A. M. Sharrouf (National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt) 13:30 13:50 The Structure and Properties of Compact Yarns in Comparison to Conventional Ring Spun Yarns Demet Yilmaz, Dana Křemenaková, Fatma Göktepe (Suleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey & Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic) 13:50 14:10 Evenness and Perfection of Meshed Woven Lubomír Sodomka 14:10 14:30 Fabric Roughness-Sewability Characterization A.El-Hadidy (Mansoura University, Egypt) 14:30 14:50 Coffee break SECTION II INNOVATIONS IN TEXTILE RESEARCH AREA Chairman: Prof. Ing. Ibrahim Sayed, CSc. 14:50 15:10 Thermal Properties of Causticized Viscose Fabrics M. İbrahim Bahtiyari, Gonca Özçelik, Ayşegül Ekmekçi Körlü, Kerim Duran, Luboš Hes (Ege University, Turkey) 15:10 15:30 Investigation of Parameters Affecting Diameter of PAN Nanofibers Produced by a Modified Electrospinning Method Sedigheh Borhani, Seyed Abdolkarim Hosseini Ravandi, Farzad Dabiriyan (Isfahan University of Technology, Iran) 15:30 15:50 The Role of Regulating Points in the Forming Control Conditions of Sewing Thread by the Take-up Disc Renata Krasowska, Iwona Frydrych (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) 15:50 16:00 Coffee break 16:00 17:00 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Section I: Structure and Structural Mechanics of Textile Analysis of Yarn Mass Irregularity by Means of New Parameter and Ascertained Relations Petr Ursíny, Eva Moučková, Ondřej Hedánek Characteristics of Compression Knitted Fabrics Michaela Bláhová, Eliška Chrpová, Raul Fangueiro Area-variation Curve of Real Woven Fabric Eva Moučková, Petra Jirásková The Influence of Weave and Sett of Fabric to Variation of Tension Forces in the Warp Jana Semanová, Ivana Drozdová Relation between Structure and Properties in Woven Composites Pavla Vozková Chosen Problems of the Textile Seam Technological Designing 2

3 Joanna Elmrych-Bocheńska, Marzena Ożarowska (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) Comparison of the Release of Substances from Nanofibers and Foils Jana Růžičková, Wiener Jakub, Oldřich Jirsák Shrinkage of Cotton Fabric Effect of Sanforization Jana Drašarová Section II: Innovations in Textile Research Area Surface Tension of Surfactants in Multicomponent Compositions Jaroslav Odvárka, Marcela Bachurová, Jakub Wiener, Marie Štěpánková Fundamental Ideas of the Nanofibre Electrospinning Theory Part II Lubomír Sodomka Identification of an Interdependence Between Electrical Properties of Polyester Fibres and Their Spinnabilities Danuta Cyniak, Jerzy Czekalski, Tadeusz Jackowski (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) The Appraisal of the Laser Cutting and Theoretic Model Presentation for the Cutting Energy Determination Ludmila Brichtová Mechanical Properties of Polymer Skin of Microcapsules Josef Dembický, Mailinie Jauhar, Sumanyu Talwar Applications of Encapsulation in Textile Eva Dvořáková, Jakub Wiener Device for Measuring and Observing the Fabric Frictional Coefficient Lea Farská, Zdeněk Kůs Plasma Treatment of Kevlar Jan Grégr, Jana Šašková Air Permeability of Clothing and Extreme Windy Conditions Andrea Halasová, Viera Glombíková Desorption of Dyestuff from Reactive Dyed Cotton Jana Šašková, Jakub Wiener Pleated HEPA Filters with Nanofibers Jakub Hrůza Dynamic Water Permeability Tester Jakub Hrůza An Alternative Method for the Objective Classification of the Textile Surface Creasing Eva Klímová, Zdeněk Kůs, Eva Sedlářová Tape Sealing Machines in Apparel Manufacturing Marta Kollárová (Technical University of Košice, Slovak Republic) Possibilities of Textile Waste Enzymatic Degradation Štěpánka Krutská, Irena Horská, Jan Horský, Jakub Wiener Simulation of Knitted Structure 3-D Forming by Means of PAM-FORM Software Irena Lenfeldová, Daniel Hušek 3

4 TUESDAY SECTION II INNOVATIONS IN TEXTILE RESEARCH AREA Chairman: Prof. RNDr. David Lukáš, CSc. 8:30 8:50 Somatometric Survey of the Czech Adult Population in Relation to the Standard: EN Blažena Musilová, Luboš Zatloukal, Zdeněk Kůs 8:50 9:10 Performance of Membrane Coated Filter Fabrics vs Traditional Filter Fabrics Mohamed Saad (National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt) 9:10 9:30 Influence of Flowing Air at Thermal Resistance Measurement of Fabrics Zdeněk Kůs, Radim Šubert 9:30 9:50 Textiles Sensors for Breathing Frequency Measurement Janusz Zięba, Michał Frydrysiak, Krzysztof Gniotek (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) 9:50 10:10 Transport Properties of Smart Textile Antonín Havelka 10:10 10:30 Coffee break Chairman: Doc. Ing. Antonín Havelka, CSc. 10:30 10:50 Designed Electric Circuit used as Collector for Electrospinning Anjali Goyal, Arindam Sarkar, Zdeněk Plíva, Eva Košťáková, David Lukáš 10:50 11:10 Analysis of the Mechanical and Biophysical Properties of Woven Fabrics Made of Naturally Colored Cotton Małgorzata Matusiak (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) 11:10 11:30 Strength of the Sewn Seam in Dependence on the Method of Strain Ivana Dosedělová 11:30 11:50 Contemporary State of Inteligent and Interactive Textile Fabrics Lubomír Sodomka 11:50 12:10 Silicon Oxide Nanofibers Jarmila Studničková, Petr Exnar, Jiří Chaloupek 12:10 13:10 Lunch SECTION III SEMINARY IN HONOR OF PROF. JIŘÍ RAIS Chairman: Doc. Ing. Jakub Wiener, PhD. 13:10 13:40 Comparison of Isothermal and Nonisothermal Dyeing Kinetic Models Jiří Militký 13:40 14:00 Some Studies on Dyeing Properties of Cotton Fabrics with Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) (roots) Using Ultrasonic Method M.M. Kamel, H.M. Helmy, N.S. El Hawary (National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt) 14:00 14:20 Modelling of Reactive Dyeing Process Šašková Jana, Jakub Wiener (Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic) 14:20 14:40 The Initial Kinetic Differences by Dyeing of Cotton and Viscose Fibers 4

5 Jiří Kryštůfek, Dagmar Machaňová, Petr Vlach 14:40 15:00 Influence of Direct Dye Content on Kinetics of Dyeing Jakub Wiener, Jiří Kryštůfek (Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic) 15:00 15:20 Coffee break 15:20 16:20 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Section II: Innovations in Textile Research Area The Instrument for the Fabric Air Permeability Measurement and Structure Observing Daniela Lonková, Zdeněk Kůs Modification of Polyester Textile Surfaces by Polymer SOL GEL SiO2 and their Wetting Ability Anna Murárová, Silvia Podobeková, Andrej Rusnák (Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovak Republic) Device for Ultrasound Impregnation of Textiles Ondřej Novák Usage of DMA Device for Accelerated Tests of Bed Mattress Ondřej Novák, Lázslo Mészáros, Petra Kipielová (Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic & Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary) Breathable and Waterproof Polyurethane Coated Textiles Miroslav Prášil, Jakub Wiener, Michaela Dušková Simulation and Recognition of Common Fabric Defects Maroš Tunák, Aleš Linka A Combined Scouring and Bleaching of Flax Fibre by Using Sodium Chlorite/TEA.HCL Mohamed Ramadan (National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt) Evaluating the Twist value of Yarns and Multi-Folded Threads Dominika Rosiak, Krystyna Przybyl (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) Technique of Controlling the Drive of Lockstitch Machine and the Efficiency of the System Operator-machine Marian Rybicki (Technical University of Lodž, Poland) The Computer System for Predicting and Presenting the Drape of Clothing Wiolleta Sybilska, Lidia Napieralska, Jolanta Janicka (Technical Instytut Technik i Technologii Dziewiarskich "Tricotextil", Poland) Quantitative of Released Fuzz of Cotton Woven Fabric Marie Štěpánková, Jakub Wiener, Jaroslav Odvárka Polypropylene/polyvinyl Alcohol/Montmorillonite Nanocomposite Fibres Anna Ujhelyiová, Zuzana Strecká, Eva Bolhová, Pavol Alexy (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovak Republic) Nanotubes' Separation by Means of Ultrasound for Nanocomposite Materials' Production László Mészáros, Eva Košťáková, Pavel Pokorný, Gábor Romhány (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary & Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic) New Views of the Native Sheep Fibre Structure 5

6 Irena Horská, Jan Horský, Josef Mikuláštík Disintegration of Liquid Drops and Bilateral Electrospinner Varun Chugh, Arindam Sarkar, Pavel Pokorný, David Lukáš Section III: Seminary in Honor of prof. Jiří Rais Influence of Solar Radiation on Physico-Mmechanical Parameters of Knitted Fabrics Prepared from Polypropylene Fibres Incorporating Additives Jozef Šesták, Ludmila Balogová, Jana Fábryová, Kamila Huljaková (VUTCH Chemitex, Slovak Republic) Direct Dye Desorption from Cotton Jakub Wiener, Jiří Kryštůfek, Jaroslav Odvárka Influence of Wool Fibers Fineness on Dyeing Jakub Wiener, Radka Chvalinová Influence of Finishing on Cotton Fabric Properties Jakub Wiener, Jana Čandová, Simona Čiháková "Short-time" Kinetics of Dyeing - Influence of Dye Concetration and Temperature Jiří Kryštůfek, Jakub Wiener, Dagmar Machaňová, Petr Vlach 16:20 16:40 CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE 6

7 WEDNESDAY SECTION IV RESEARCH CENTRE TEXTILE II BASIC SCIENTIFIC RESULTS IN PERIOD :30 8:50 Opening Ceremony of the section IV 8:50 9:10 Section A - Textile Engineering and Mechatronics Section Jaroslav Beran 9:10 9:30 Analysis of Elastic Seating of High-Speed Spindle Employing Software Adams Lukáš Dubový 9:30 9:50 Application of Thermovision to Evaluating Fabric Unevenness Heating during Drying and to Comparing Drying Performances Jaroslav Fábera, Karel Adámek, Milan Stejskal (Research Institute of Textile Machines Liberec, Czech Republic) 9:50 10:10 Coffee break 10:10 10:40 Section B Textile Technology Jiří Militký 10:40 11:00 Cotton Yarn Design Dana Křemenáková 11:00 11:20 Section C - Special measurements and modelling Petr Škop (Research Institute of Textile Machines Liberec, Czech Republic) 11:20 11:40 Device for Continual Measurement and Analysis of Yarn Elongation Martin Bušek, Václav Čejka, Petr Škop, Pavel Šidlof, Pavel Klouček, František Founě (Research Institute of Textile Machines Liberec, Czech Republic) 11:40 12:00 Possibilities of Waveguide Applicators Utilization for Drying in Textile Industry Marika Pourová, Ondřej Žák, Jan Vrba, Aleš Richter (Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic) 12:00 12:20 Coffee break 12:00 13:00 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Section A Optimization of Thread Giude Motion for Rotor Spinning Frame Jaroslav Beran, Michal Hubálek Exercise of Perfect Precise Cross Winding for the Winding of the Self-Contained Lower Spools Josef Kaniok Ventilation Loses of the Rotating Packages (Windings) of Textile Products Oleg Rosa (Research Institute of Textile Machines Liberec, Czech Republic) Research and Optimization of the Control Mechanisms and Design of Basic Assemblies of Circular Knitting Machines Jiří Mrázek, Martin Bílek Methods of Control Mechanics Systems with Focus on Textile Machines Tomáš Hruš, Ondřej Medůna, Jiří Ondrášek, Iva Petríková Section B Analysis of Cotton Two-Ply Yarns Twist Take-up 7

8 Petra Jirásková, Monika Vyšanská, Zuzana Chúpeková Practical Approaches to the Yarn Diameter Determination Monika Vyšanská, Gabriela Krupincová Encapsulation in Textile Area Josef Dembický, Jitka Felcmanová The Heat Transport through Textile Material at Ironing Jan Dvořák, Antonín Havelka Prediction of Fibre-Gride Polymer's Properties Jan Grégr, Mirka Maršálková, Martin Slavík Carbon Fibres: Micro- and Nano-Fibers Jan Grégr, Eva Košťáková, Martin Slavík Electrical Conductive Printed Layers onto Fabric Petra Komárková, Viera Glombíková, Andrea Halasová Electrically Conducting Textiles Jakub Wiener, Miroslav Prášil, Jarmila Studničková, Jain Shravni Effect of Installing of the Humidity Sensor in Textiles on its Response Time Petr Exnar, Ivan Doležal, Martina Viková Section C Variability in Acoustic Absorptivity Pavel Němeček Nonstationary Flow Fields in Textile Applications Michal Kotek, Václav Kopecký, Lucie Pírková Image Noise Reduction in Raw PIV Data David Albrecht, Michal Kotek Sound Absorption Coefficient Depending on Parameters of Nanofibrous Materials Klára Kalinová, Jan Novák, Pavel Němeček The Measurement and Dynamic Analysis of Testing Equipment for Heald Frame by the Operational Deflection Shapes Ivan Jaksch, Petr Fuchs, Martin Bílek Braiding Ropes Real-Time Fault Detection Lukáš Matela, Ivan Jaksch 8

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