Mehmet Kanik

Mehmet Kanik
Uludag University · Department of Textile Engineering

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Introduction
Prof. Dr. Mehmet KANIK currently works at the Department of Textile Engineering, Bursa Uludag University, Turkey. Mehmet does research in Textile Dyeing and Printing, Textile Coating and Lamination, Digital (ink jet) textile printing technologies and Cleaner production for textile dyehouses.

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In flock coating, the fabric surface is coated with an adhesive, and flock fibers of a certain length and fineness are impinged and embedded on the adhesive. Embedded fibers form a pile structure on the surface, causing the process to find a wide range of applications. However, there has been no study on the comfort properties of the flock coated f...
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In this article, the surface roughness and friction coefficient values of graphene coated fabrics were examined. Fabrics were coated with three different graphene concentrations (5 %, 10 % and 20 %) with the knife-over-roll principle. The surface roughness of samples was measured by Accretech Surfcom 130A. Various surface roughness parameters of th...
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In this study, thermal insulation and solar properties of polyester woven fabrics which were coated with micronized perlite having three different particle sizes (10–38, 50–63, and 100–150 μm) at four different concentrations (20, 40, 60, and 80 g/kg) were investigated. The coating process was performed according to the knife‐over‐roll method. Ther...
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In this study, nano-sized barium titanate powder was applied for the first time to polyester woven fabrics by knife coating at three different concentration rates. Some physical (thickness, mass per unit area, bending rigidity, air permeability and tear strength) properties, electromagnetic shielding efficiency and solar (transmittance, reflectance...
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In this study, coatings were made with graphene nanopowder in two different thicknesses (0.1 and 0.5 mm) at three different concentrations (50, 100 and 150 g/kg) on polyester woven fabrics. The effects of the coating thickness and graphene concentration were examined with optical and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images. The thermal stability...
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Technical textiles which have enormous product diversity is the fastest growing area of the textile sector (Mecit 2007). The coated fabric is the surface formed by the joining of two or more layers, at least one of which is a textile surface and at least one of which is a polymeric layer. When investigating commercial scope, it is seen that coated...
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The aim of the study is investigation of solar properties of pigments that can be used as colorants especially in coated roller blind fabrics and in various areas where protection against sun rays and energy saving are important such as tents, tarpaulins, awning, light roof materials that consist of textile based coated materials. Experimental stu...
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Introduction In recent years, ink jet printing has found an increasing application in the printing of textiles. It has demonstrated considerable benefits in terms of strike-off, sampling and more recently in the production of short lots of printed textiles [1-2]. It is also expected that with further advancements in software, printer and ink techno...
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In this study, it was aimed to develop electrically and thermal conductive textiles surfaces. Pretreated polyester fabrics were coated with nano graphene powders at different concentration rates (50, 100, and 200 g/kg) by knife over roll technique. Electrical resistivity, thermal conductivity, thickness and mass per unit area measurements, bending...
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In this study, the yellowing behavior of cellulose powders, which is applied to pretreated polyester woven fabrics with concentrations of 100 g/kg by knife coating technique, was investigated. After drying process, coated fabrics were cured at different conditions to determine the effects of the curing temperature and time on yellowing behaviors. T...
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The aim of the study is to investigate the solar properties of fabrics coated with aluminum and copper powders in different particle sizes and concentration values. Pre-treated 100% polyester woven fabrics were coated with 14 and 40 µm particle size aluminum powders and 15 and 42 µm particle size copper powders at 10 and 40 g/kg concentration rates...
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Interlining is a layer of fabric placed between the garment fabrics to form and enhance the stiffness of the garment. The fusible interlining can be bonded to the fabric at a specific temperature, time and pressure. These parameters are very important for the peel resistance and stiffness of the fabric with fusible interlining. In this study, cotto...
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ABSTRACT: Graphene is a material that attracts attention in technical textile applications as in many other areas due to its outstanding features. In this study, it was aimed to investigate the performance properties of graphene coated fabrics. Pre-treated polyester fabrics were coated with nano-graphene powders at different concentration rates (50...
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The aim of the study is to investigate electrical conductivity of fabrics coated with barium titanate and graphene at different concentrations. It is aimed to use coated fabrics for electrical conductivity and electromagnetic shielding applications. Pre-treated 100 % polyester woven fabrics were used as substrat. Barium titanate (BaTiO3) and graphe...
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This paper presents the measurement of the needle thread tension in an industrial sewing machine using various sewing threads. In this work, three types of sewing threads, air-jet textured (PET), core-spun (PET/PET) and (PET)-spun were used. Two lubricant types and two lubricant feeding rates were applied to these sewing threads. The results of thi...
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This paper describes an experimental investigation into the effects of different types and amounts of lubricants on the friction properties of sewing threads. In this work, four types of sewing threads, CO, PET-spun, core-spun (PET/PET) and core-spun (PET/CO) were used. Three different lubricant types and lubricant feeding rates (0.5, 1 and 2 g/min...
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In this study, the effects of vacuum steaming process parameters (temperature and duration) on tenacity properties of 100 % cotton and 100 % viscose yarns were studied. For this purpose, the yarns with different twisting coefficients and numbers were twisted and exposed to vacuum steaming at different temperatures and for durations appropriate to t...
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This paper reports an experimental investigation into the effects of lubricants on the stiffness of sewing threads. In this work, three types of sewing threads, polyester-spun, core-spun (polyester/polyester) and core-spun (polyester/cotton) having the same ticket number at different colours (white, grey and black) were used. Three different lubric...
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In this study, the effect of vacuum steaming temperature and time on the physical properties of polyamide (PA) 6 yarns has been investigated. Also, the effect of vacuum steaming temperature and time on twist liveliness and package hardness of PA 6 yarns has been studied and the results obtained have been evaluated using statistical methods. Further...
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The dyeing behavior of hollow poly (ethylene terephthalate) (PET) fibers was investigated by comparison with standard PET fibers. Three different disperse dyes were used to dye both hollow and standard polyester fabrics. The effects of the molecular size of the disperse dye, dye concentration, dyeing temperature, absorbance and reflectance values,...
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The present work investigated bleaching of Polyamide fibres with sodium borohydride (SBH) and compared whiteness degrees and polymer degradation between conventional thiourea dioxide and stabilized hydrosulphite bleaching methods. Dyeability of treated polyamide samples were investigated with mono-, di- and tri-sulfonated acid dyes of Acid Blue 25,...
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An untreated wool fabric was bleached both with sodium borohydride (SBH) in the presence of sodium bisulphite (SBS) solution and with a commercial H2O2 bleaching method. The concentration effects of SBH and SBS, bleaching time, pH and temperature on SBH bleaching process were investigated. Whiteness, yellowness and alkali solubility results were as...
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Investigation of Test Methods Used for Chemical Damage Occurred in Polyamide Fibers Abstract: Polyamide fibers which are sensitive to chemical effects are degradated as a result of oxidative bleaching, high temperatures and durations of the long processing time. In case of degradation, loss of the physical properties of the textile products is occ...
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The effects of quenching air temperature, quenching air speed and winding speed in the melt spinning process of poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibres with a titre of 147 dtex and 96 filaments on dye uptake were investigated. The ranges used for quenching air temperature, quenching air speed and winding speed were 17–27 °C, 0.3–0.7 m/s and 2600–3800 m...
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The ink-jet printing properties of cotton cationised with 2,3-epoxypropyltrimethylammonium chloride have been studied. Cyan, magenta, yellow and black reactive inks were used to print untreated and cationised cotton fabrics. The effect of cationic reagent concentration, steaming time, ink (colour) and print resolution were investigated, together wi...
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The printing properties of cationised cotton that had been pretreated with 2,3-epoxypropyltrimethylammonium chloride were examined. Fixation (steaming) time, colour yields, colorimetric properties, fastness properties, staining of the white grounds and penetration behaviour were evaluated for a number of reactive dyes with cationised cotton fabrics...
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The weight reduction process used to improve the handle and appearance of polyester fabrics is used widely in industry. In this study, polyester fabrics, which had been subjected to this process in varying degrees, were printed using three disperse dyes under controlled printing conditions. The effect of weight reduction on the print paste add-on,...
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The ink-jet printing properties of cotton cationised with 2,3- poxypropyltrimethylammonium chloride have been studied. Cyan, magenta, yellow and black reactive inks were used to print untreated and cationised cotton fabrics. The effect of cationic reagent oncentration, steaming time, ink (colour) and print resolution were investigated, together wit...
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The objective of this research was to investigate the effect of cationization on inkjet printing quality. A cotton woven fabric was cationized by pretreatment with 2,3-epoxypropyl-trimethylammonium chloride (EPTAC) using a cold pad-batch method. For the prints, four reactive primary colors (CMYK) were used on both untreated and cationized cotton. T...
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This paper investigates improved direct dye printing of cotton by cationization. For the cationization, a 100% cotton woven fabric is pretreated with 2,3-epoxypropyltrimethyl ammonium chloride by a cold pad-batch method. All printing conditions are constant, and four different direct dyes are used to print both unmodified and cationized cotton fabr...
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This study examines the acid dye printing properties of cotton that has been cationized with 2,3-epoxypropyltrimethylammonium chloride. Six different dyes were used to print the cationized cotton fabrics. Cationic reagent concentration, steaming time, color yields, fastness properties, and staining of the white background were evaluated. The number...

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