Textile Chemistry II
Instance: 2009/2010 - 1S
Cycles of Study/Courses
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To sensitize the students for the importance of the increase of the competitiveness of the textile sector giving special evidence to the concern and implementation of techniques that allow to finishing to the first, maintaining high quality patterns and one controls rigorous of involved costs.
To deepen concepts related with the dyeing, printing and finishing technology, in its varied slopes.
1- Introduction of finishing sector in the textile row.
2- Basic concepts about the colour and its importance for the textile processing.
3- Classification of the dyestuff and its relation with the textile fibers.
4- Study of the dyeing processes of celullosic, polyester, polyamide, acrilic, wool fibers and the mixtures of polyester with celullosic.
5- Study of the transformation of textile products half-transformed into finished products, with special emphasis in the processes and the effect that if can get.
6- Relationship between fiber, type of structure and process of Finishing. Boarding of the different suquence and equipment of the process, defining which the parameters that in it would printing and in the finishing operations can influence the final quality of articles
7- Textile finishing its aims and framing of the process of in the textile row.
8- Used finishing processes: - specific finishings (chemical and mechanical) and special finishings
9- Functional finishing
10- Special effects
11- The textile innovation – bio, micro and nanotechnology
12- Environmental problems related to the dyeing process.
- Exhaust and pad dyeing of cotton, polyester and poliamida and mixtures of polyester/cotton.
- Application of chemical finishing
- special effects in cotton articles
Fues, Daniel ; Dubois, Andre; Raison Pascale; Lewandowski, Franck; Les Apprets, IFTH
H.K.Rouette ; Encyclopedia of Textile Finishing, Springer, 2002
Garner, W.; Textile Laboratory Manual
Miles, L. W. C.; Textile Printing
. ISBN: 0-900-54109-1
Horsfall, R. S.; The Dyeing of Textile Fibres
Hall, A. J.; A handbook of textile finishing
BASF; Manual BASF para el acabado textil
Riquelme; Aprestos y acabados de fibras textiles
Araújo Mário; Melo e Castro E. M.;; Manual de Engenharia Têxtil - Volume II, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1987
Bird, C. L. 340; The Theory of Coloration of Textiles
American Society for Testing and Materials; ASTM Standards on textile materials
Marsh, J. T.; An Introduction to Textile Finishing
Pinto, Daniel Ferreira de Oliveira; Corantes reactivos para fibras celulósicas
Morgado, José e outros; Manual do Curso de Têxtil A a Z, 2005
Thurner, Karl; Colorimetry in Textile Dyeing
Trotman, E. R.; Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres
Black J.H. 340; World Textile Abstracts
ULL; Textile Chemist and Colorist & American Dyestuff Reporter
. ISBN: 1526-2847
Textile Institute; Textile Terms and Definitions
Christiansen, Jr., Laurence A. 340; Textile World
Herzog, R. O. 300; Enciclopedia de la industria textil
Teaching methods and learning activities
- The classes will be based on the presentation of the themes of the course. It will take place classes at FEUP’s laboratories and at CITEVE’s facilities, in order to develop and study processes and methodologies.
- Information research
- Assignments about specific themes
Distributed evaluation without final exam
Eligibility for exams
Students have to attend to classes. Besides, they have to reach a minimum grade of 7,5 out of 20 in each of the assessment components.
Calculation formula of final grade
FINAL CLASS.= 0,50 mini-test + 0,40 tecnichal work