Seniha Elemen Morsümbül

Seniha Elemen Morsümbül
Ege University · Department of Textile Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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This study, which is the first in a three-part series, deals with the encapsulation of photochromic dyes by spray drying. An aqueous ethyl cellulose dispersion and a spirooxazine-based photochromic dye were used as a shell and core material, respectively. The effects of main encapsulation parameters, such as solvent type, inlet temperature, feed ra...
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The dye production and its use in textile and related industries resulted in discharge of dye to wastewater. Adsorption for color removal is known as equilibrium separation process, and the resultant decolorization is influenced by physicochemical factors such as adsorbent surface area. The nanofiber membranes prepared by the electrospinning method...
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Smart textiles are the materials that can perceive and respond to the changes in environmental conditions. Photochromic textiles, one of the smart textile products, can reversibly change their color by UV irradiation. Photochromic textiles have become more attractive with the increasing interest in functional textile materials. In this paper, the a...
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Application of exergy analysis methodology for encapsulation of photochromic dyes by spray drying was presented. Spray drying system was investigated considering two subsystems, the heater and the dryer sections. Exergy models for each subsystem were proposed and exergy destruction rate and exergy efficiency of each subsystem and the whole system w...
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The nanofiber membranes prepared by the electrospinning method have unique properties such as high specific surface area and high porosity with fine pores. These properties led electrospun nanofiber membranes to use for the removal of dye molecules from textile wastewater. In this study, a hydrophobic Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and a hydrophi...
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Photochromic textile materials can reversibly change their color with UV irradiation. The use of photochromic textiles in the field of functional textiles such as smart textiles can be attractive. This review chapter gives an overview of the technologies for the production of photochromic textiles.
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A spirooxazine-based photochromic dye was encapsulated by an oil-in-water emulsion, solvent evaporation method. The encapsulated dye was applied to cotton fabric by a pad-cure process with different binder types. Ultraviolet (UV) protection was increased with application of the encapsulated photochromic dye. The type of binder used affected the pho...
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Decolorization of Reactive Red 141 by an organoclay was investigated. The organoclay was synthesized in laboratory conditions by using a cationic surfactant (hexadecyltrimethylammoniumbromide) in an amount equivalent to 100% of the cation exchange capacity of bentonite. The surface modification of bentonite with the surfactant was examined using X-...

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