By William C Smith
Coatings and laminates permit for the creation of clever functionalities for fabric items. they're appropriate for quite a lot of cloth purposes and will give a contribution to bettering product functionality. This pioneering publication is a beneficial reference and stimulus for constructing and enhancing covered and laminated cloth items. the 1st element of the publication covers the basics of coatings and laminates. issues diversity from coating and laminating processing and construction ideas to trying out and caliber coverage. the rest of the ebook covers types of shrewdpermanent coatings and laminates resembling clever weatherproof coatings, section swap coatings, and nanotechnology established coatings.
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Coating science and technology: an overview, in Kistler S F & Schweizer P M, Liquid Film Coating: Scientific principles and their technological implications, London, New York, Chapman & Hall, 3–16. knorre k (2001), ‘Laminating by ultrasonics’, Nonwovens, Industrial Textiles, 47 (2), 51. licari j j (2003), Coating Materials for Electronic Applications – Polymers, Processes, Reliability, Testing, Norwich, William Andrew Publishing. © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2010 40 Smart textile coatings and laminates liepins r (2001), Chapter 81.
8 Kiss roll coating. The simplest roll coating set-up using a single roller is shown in Fig. 8. In this set-up, a single rotating roller acts as both a metering device and an application device. The bottom half of the roller is immersed in coating fluid bath and as it rotates, the coating material forms a film on the roller surface, with its thickness determined by hydrodynamics. Some of the film transfers to the substrate that is in contact with the upper part of the roller. The rotating speed of the kiss roller, the substrate speed, and rheological properties of the coating fluid (surface tension, viscosity, and density) determine the amount of coating deposited on the substrate (Wright, 1981).
Young t (1805), ‘An essay on the cohesion of fluids’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 95, 65–87. zickler d (1978), ‘Coating industrial fabrics by means of the melt roll process’, Journal of Coated Fabrics, 8, 121. © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2010 3 Base fabrics and their interaction in coated fabrics S. FA R BO ODM A N E SH and J. C H E N, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA, Z. , USA, J. M E A D, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA, and H. Z H A NG, Delphi Corporation, USA Abstract: This chapter discusses the complex interaction between fabric architecture, coating, and mechanical response.