Hafiz faisal Siddique

Hafiz faisal Siddique
Technical University of Liberec | TUL · Department of Clothing Technology

Doctor of Philosophy
Production and Planning Engineer at Variteks Orthopedics, Istanbul, Turkey

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Compression socks

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Compression socks are a highly acclaimed textile garment for pressure exertion on the lower part of the leg (ankle). This part of the research explains the theoretical investigation of compression pressure by the modelization technique that helped to develop two new mathematical models by incorporating a few missing parameters for the measurement o...
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Background Compression socks are highly recommended textile garments for the exertion of compression pressure (kPa) at the ankle. They work on the principle of the highest pressure at the ankle gradually decreasing from the ankle to the calf. Aim The aim of the current research is to analyze all of the compression sock samples (Class I, Class II,...
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Objective of the current research is to develop the mathematical model for the prediction of compression pressure by incorporating some of new but missing variables; circumferential aspect of leg (Lc) and socks (Sc), true stress (σT), true/logarithm strain (εT), true modulus of elasticity (ET), deformed width (Wf) at b ankle position. Socks samples...
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The main objective of the current research is the development of a new mathematical model for the prediction of compression pressure based on the incorporation of some new parameters. These new parameters include deformed width (w f ), true stress ([Formula: see text]), true/logarithm strain ([Formula: see text]), true modulus of elasticity ([Formu...
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The aim of this research is to investigate how performance of compression socks is deteriorated due to expected induced wearing mechanical impacts. Wearing mechanical impacts influence the durability parameters i.e. tensile energy loss, extent of pressure deterioration and dimensional deformation. This research is comprised of two parts; 1): Compar...
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Socks are prevented against wrinkle formation by preheat setting in greige form prior to wet processing. The current study is proposed to analyze the effect of socks presetting process on thermopysiological and wicking properties of comfort. In this analysis, main yarn linear density, plaiting yarn composition and number of needles are taken as var...
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The main purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of knitted fabric structures and material composition on moisture management properties. Fiber type and fabric structure have significant influence on moisture management properties of knitted fabrics. In this article, single jersey, plaited jersey and hybrid plaited jersey knitted fabric...
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The aim of this study was to develop V-shape compression socks that should exert graduated lateral compression around the leg. For the development of socks, three types of yarns: main yarn (MY), plaiting yarn (PY) and inlaid yarn (IY) were used. Each yarn contained spandex yarn as the core. Machine adjustments were optimized to achieve the special...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of elastane material linear densities on lateral compression values (ankle and calf) in newly designed shape (V-shape) compression socks. For this purpose, three types of yarns: main yarn (MY), plating yarn (PY) and inlaid yarn (IY) were used. Each yarn contains elastane material as core with varying...
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The aim of this research is to analyze effect of varying leg sizes on lateral compression pressure at ankle and calf portions and mutual graduation [%]. We also studied the effect of transverse elastic elongation [%] on air permeation [mm/sec] in relaxed (0% extension) and extended state (70% extension) of compression socks. To extend the compressi...
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In this article, an experimental work is presented to evaluate the sensorial properties of polyester fabric constructed by nano-filament yarn. For this purpose Nano Filament polyester fabric was fabricated and compared with the spun polyester/cotton (PC) and polyester/viscose (PV) blended fabric by using Kawabata evaluation system (KES-system) to a...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of spinning technologies and weave design on fabric mechanical and surface properties. For this purpose, ring spun (combed, carded) and open-end (OE) techniques were used to manufacture yarns of polyester cotton (50:50) which were used in the weft, and 100% cotton yarn in the warp. Plain, twill, a...
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This study was focussed to investigate the effect of fluorocarbon, hydrocarbon and hybrid fluorocarbon on the mechanical properties and moisture regain of jute fiber reinforced composites. A significant difference in moisture regain values of treated and untreated reinforcement samples was observed at a concentration of 40 g/l. The composite made f...
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Wrinkle free fabric at low cost is always a desirable aesthetic property. Different type of resins/finishes and pre-heat setting prior to processing are applied to avoid wrinkles in woven and hosiery, respectively. Current study is proposed to produce wrinkle free circular plaited knitted fabric by the elimination of a pre-boarding step. In this ac...

Questions

Questions (4)
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sir,
i want to ask what should be standard wearing period of compression stockings ? Majority resaerches done for 6 months, but my opnion after three months these stockings are started to decline their intensity of compresssion pressure ?
Please share your opnion
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how we an mesure P ratio in compression scks when its modulus being measured using instron tensile tester , second question is what ca be extension rate of Instron tensile tester for evaluation o compression socks ?
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how i can convert force-extension data to seek alstic modulus value of knitted strip ?
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Can i ask for the types of knitted structure of compression socks usually used an dhow we can precisely analyze and modeled ?

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