Sepehr Moradi

Sepehr Moradi
Monash University (Australia)

PhD, MSc and BSc (1st Rank)

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Introduction
Dr Sepehr Moradi currently works at Monash University. Their current project is 'Animal products, animal fibre'.
Additional affiliations
January 2015 - December 2016
Deakin University
Position
  • Research assistant, PhD Student. https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=q3rES-UAAAAJ&hl=en
August 2013 - August 2016
Deakin University
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (67)
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In article number 1804732, Shayan Seyedin, Joselito M. Razal, and co‐workers make a class of flexible and highly conductive fibers from MXene and PEDOT:PSS that when fabricated into elastic energy storing devices demonstrate high performance even when stretched multiple times. This work provides a promising energy storage solution for powering mini...
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Fiber‐shaped supercapacitors (FSCs) are promising energy storage solutions for powering miniaturized or wearable electronics. However, the scalable fabrication of fiber electrodes with high electrical conductivity and excellent energy storage performance for use in FSCs remains a challenge. Here, an easily scalable one‐step wet‐spinning approach is...
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A modified Weibull model incorporating the within-fibre diameter variation is applied to examine the fibre diameter effect on the strength of single fibres. Australian Superfine Merino Wool (ASFW) and Inner Mongolia Cashmere (IMC) were used in the present work, since these animal fibres tend to have relatively large diameter variations. To determin...
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At DUELI we help you learn English quickly Dr Sepehr Moradi, an engineering research scholar at the Deakin Institute for Frontier Materials, was a student at DUELI before starting post-doctoral studies. Working as a team, he and his colleagues have developed sensing textile fibres to create clothing that keeps track of its wearer’s movements. These...
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This data article contains analyzed data for the article “Continuous Production of Stretchable Conductive Multifilaments in Kilometer Scale Enables Facile Knitting of Wearable Strain Sensing Textiles” (Seyedin et al., 2018) [1]. Details of wet-spinning conditions to achieve scaled-up production of stretchable and conducting polyurethane/poly(3,4-et...
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A facile large scale production of conductive and elastomeric fibers can enable the fabrication of functional fabrics for diverse applications including sensing for wearable and industrial textiles. Strain sensing textiles are gaining particular attention because of their increasing relevance in the development of smart devices for health, sports,...
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This study investigated how simultaneous changes in animal fibre diameter and length are adding value to luxury animal fibres and improving the quality of the resultant yarn.<br /
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This study investigated how simultaneous changes in animal fibre diameter and length affect the properties of the resultant ring spun yarns. The relationship between single fibre diameter (MFD) and length has been evaluated for Australian superfine wool (ASFW), Inner Mongolia cashmere (IMC) and wool top. Fibre samples were separated into finer-shor...
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The nomadic pastoralist system in Baft district in Kerman province is well known in Iran for producing cashmere from Raeini goats. However, there is little information on the production system. Interviews were carried out with 30 Siahjel nomad families of Raen origin in proximity of about 20 km to Baft city in 2010 to characterise the production sy...
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tThe effect of using small or large cashmere combs on cashmere harvest, cashmere qualityand combing time was studied on Raeini cashmere goats in nomadic goat breeding systemsof the Iranian province of Kerman. Two groups of 20 goats of different ages were combedwith either a large or a small comb, three times with intervals of 2 weeks in early sprin...
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Cashmere quality of Raeini goats kept by nomads in Iran
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Small Ruminant Research j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w . e l s e v i e r . c o m / l o c a t e / s m a l l r u m r e s a b s t r a c t The income of the nomads in Kerman Province depends mainly on Raeini goats that pro-duce meat, milk and cashmere. This paper assesses the cashmere quality and its variation in Raeini herds to determine the sc...
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Wool growth is influenced by photoperiodic period of different seasons; under similar nutritional conditions, more wool is produced in longer photoperiodic season. In this study, the effects of photoperiod on fiber and skin follicle characteristics of three sheep breeds were studied. Forty non-pregnant and non-milking ewes (Chios, ArkhaMerino × Mog...
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Wool growth is influenced by photoperiodic period of different seasons; under similar nutritional conditions, more wool is produced in longer photoperiodic season. In this study, the effects of photoperiod on fiber and skin follicle characteristics of three sheep breeds were studied Forty non-pregnant and non-milking ewes (Chios, ArkhaMerino × Mogh...
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In this study wool follicle characteristics of Iranian sheep breeds were investigated. A total of 242 male and female sheep of different age from 5 breeds were studied. Samples of skin were taken from the right midside to determine follicle characteristics. Overall averages for males and females were and for S/P ratio; and for primary follicle dens...
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a b s t r a c t This experiment was conducted to identify some aspects of follicle characteristics and the extent of follicle inactivity of cashmere goat breeds kept in different provinces of Iran. A total of 212 male and female cashmere goats of different age from five breeds of cashmere goats were studied. To determine follicle characteristics an...
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a b s t r a c t This experiment was conducted to identify some aspects of follicle characteristics and the extent of follicle inactivity of dromedarius and bactrianus camels kept in different provinces of Iran. A total of 190 dromedarian and 11 bactrian male and female camels were grouped into different age classes. To determine follicle characteri...

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Effect of supplementary feeding regimes of pregnant does on kid viability, reproduction rate, does survival, fleece weight, kids growth until weaning, age for sale and to the age of one year, follicullar development after birth and cashmere traits of kids