Daniel Karthik

Daniel Karthik
Technical University of Liberec | TUL · Department of Material Engineering

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Electric and electronic devices are mainly emitting electromagnetic radiation, and shielding from radiation is essential. Electrically conductive materials are suitable for radiation shielding applications. The designing of the textile material for the radiation shielding is challenging because of its open area and design. In general, more open are...
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The aim of this research was the preparation and characterization of hybrid prepreg tapes from glass multifilament roving (circular cross-section). The fiber, roving, and tape strength distribution was characterized by exploratory data analysis tools (especially quantile-quantile plot) and modeled by the three parameters’ Weibull distribution. For...
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The augmented demands of textile materials over time have brought challenges in the disposal of substantial volumes of waste generated during the processing and end of life of such materials. Taking into consideration environmental safety due to discarding of textile waste, it becomes critical to recuperate useful products from such waste for econo...
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Electromagnetic radiation is emitted by most of the electric and electronic devices and shielding from radiation is important. In this study, the Cu/Ni coated ultrathin nonwoven fabric sample was taken to form two-layer of strips and test for electromagnetic shielding effectiveness. The two layered strips were prepared with 3-, 6-, & 9-mm strip thi...
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Different textile material structures have unique geometrical shapes and designs. In this work, Copper/ nickel-coated ultrathin nonwoven fabric was prepared in a strip form. The 3 mm, 6 mm, and 9 mm thick strips were laid at different gaps, angles and layered to study the effect of factors on EM shielding effectiveness as per ASTM D4935-18 standard...
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In presented research work, high energy planetary ball milling process was employed to prepare different types of organic and inorganic particles by dry pulverization. The agricultural fibrous waste (i.e. Agave Americana, cornhusk, jute) was utilized to prepare organic particulate fillers whereas the wastes of basalt, carbon, glass and fly ash were...
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In the present work, porous and electrically conductive activated carbon fabric was produced by heating Kevlar fabric wastes using novel single stage carbonization. The influence of carbonization temperature of 800, 1000 and 1200°C on physical and morphological properties of activated carbon fabric was studied from EDX and SEM analysis. Additionall...
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In this study, the different proportion of conductive component blended with polypropylene yarn were taken for making conductive textile samples for analysis of electromagnetic shielding effectiveness, fabric bending moment and air permeability. The ASTM D4935 coaxial transmission line method was used to study the electromagnetic shielding. Electro...
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In this study, the 30s count cotton yarn knitted fabric sample was taken for the analysis. Four different liquid media namely distilled water, tap water, alkaline and acidic were taken for treating the samples. Treated samples are process in padding mangle to remove excess water content at 1.5 bar and 2.5 bar roller pressure. After the padding proc...
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In present work, porous and electrically conductive activated carbon needle punched nonwoven web was produced by heating acrylic fibrous wastes under the layer of charcoal using novel single stage carbonization and physical activation. The influence of 800 °C, 1000 °C and 1200 °C carbonization temperature on physical and morphological properties of...
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Due to a steadily growing number of patients and considerable diagnostics and therapeutic advances, vascular diseases are becoming more and more important in general and clinical practices. The design and fabrication of synthetic vascular prostheses have been challenging to the area of surgical research over the last four decades. Vascular grafting...

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Main aim of the project is to develop metal textile composites and polymer coated textile composite materials.