Syed Qummer Zia Gilani

Syed Qummer Zia Gilani
National Textile University · textile processing

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6 Research Items
39 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2006 - present
National Textile University
Position
  • Lecturer
August 2006 - present
National Textile University
Position
  • Lecturer

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Publications (11)
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This work explains a novel method of producing activated carbon using laser treatment. Acrylic coated glass samples were developed by padding a glass non-woven sheet in 30% acrylic fibre solution (PAN solution) from waste acrylic bathmats. Samples were then dried and cured at different temperatures. After curing, stabilisation was performed at 230...
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This paper presents a simple and novel method of producing an activated carbon (AC) non-woven web from acrylic waste derived from discarded bathmats converted into a nonwoven web by a carding and needle punching machine. After stabilisation at lower temperature, carbonisation of the stabilised web was performed in a muffle furnace. The carbonisatio...
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The present work described the development of multifunctional, electrically conductive and durable fabrics by coating of silver and copper particles using a dipping-drying method. The particles were directly grown on fabric structure to form electrically conductive fibers. Particles were found to fill the spaces between the microfibers, and were st...
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The acrylic fibrous waste was effectively transformed into activated carbon through physical activation in single stage carbonization under charcoal using at different carbonization temperatures 800, 1000 and 1200 °C. The characterization of carbonized fibers was performed with the help of XRD and EDX in order to find out the degree of crystallinit...
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In this work porous and electrically conductive activated carbon webs were produced by using acrylic fibrous waste followed by carding and needle punching. The physical activation of acrylic webs was performed by using high temperature muffle furnace at different temperatures (800, 1000 and 1200°C). These activated carbon webs were characterized by...
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Needle-punched polyethylene terephthalate (PET) nonwovens of three mass densities viz., 80 g/m2, 140 g/m2 and 200 g/m2 were printed with a range of disperse dyes and pigments on an automatic flatbed screen printing machine. The disperse-printed nonwovens were thermo-fixed at various temperatures and time intervals. The printed nonwovens were reduct...
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This paper investigates imparting antibacterial properties to a woven and a knitted cotton fabric using polyhexamethylene-biguanide hydrochloride (PHMB), silver salt and 5 chloro-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy) phenol based commercially available finishes. The antibacterial functions of the treated fabric samples are determined by the nature of the bacteri...
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Cotton is one of the most commonly used fibres for making knitwear. Some of the limitations of pure cotton knits include their tendency to shrink, relatively limited durability, and poor wash and wear properties. In order to overcome these limitations knitwear are also produced from polyester and cotton blends, however, at the cost of reduction in...
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Easy-care performance is imparted to cotton fabric by the formation of crosslinks between the adjacent cellulose chains. The most widely accepted crosslinking method is treatment with N-methylol resins using sequential pad-dry-cure technique. Flash cure technique is also used to complete the crosslinking by single stage dry/cure cycle. As a result...

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