Onur Atak

Onur Atak
Marmara University

Master of Science

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Tekstil endüstrisinde yaş terbiye işlemleri,çok fazla su tüketen, enerji girdilerinin yüksek olduğu ve atık bırakma potansiyeli yüksek seviyelerde olan süreçlerden oluşmaktadır. Terbiye işlemleri içinde yer alan baskı ile kumaş desenlendirme teknikleri ve teknolojileri, yenilikçi bakış açıları ile her geçen gün daha doğa dostu uygulamalar yönünde g...
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Electromagnetic shielding has a very emerging role in the textile applications. Screen-printing is a well-known, easy and cost effective process for textile printing. In this study, carbon black and graphite particles were used to impart electromagnetic shielding property to polyester fabric by screen printing technique. To this aim, printing paste...
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Optimized electrospinning conditions were applied to produce single and multilayered (ML) scaffolds composed of polycaprolactone, collagen and elastin. The ML scaffold was cross-linked with glutaraldehyde to increase the stability. Morphological and structural characteristics of the scaffolds were measured by SEM and FTIR analyses. Results revealed...
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Electrospun Polyurethane based nanofibrous membranes were fabricated from the solutions prepared with various volume ratios of N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF) and Tetrahydrofuran (THF). Properties of the blended solutions were analyzed in terms of viscosity and conductivity. The morphology of nanofibrous membranes were observed by SEM analysis. Experim...
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This paper presents a dyeing technique for the SeaCell ®active fabrics that are dyed with reactive dyes in the presence of ultrasonic energy. 1.22 g/cm 2 of weight of 100% SeaCelf ® active fabrics made of herringbone pattern were used for this study. Three reactive dyes (blue, red and yellow) were chosen for the dyeing methods; the dyeing process w...

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