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WATER VAPOUR SORPTION AND THERMAL ANALYSIS STUDY OF MAN–MADE CELLULOSIC FIBRES RELATED TO THEIR PROPERTIES IN APPLICATION $100.00
Authors:  Ksenija Varga, Michael F. Noisternig, Ulrich J. Griesser, Roger N. Ibbett, and K. Christian Schuster
Abstract:
The man–made cellulosic fibres lyocell, modal and viscose are widely used for
various applications ranging from apparel and home textiles to technical and medical
products.
Lyocell fibres are favourable fibres due to the environmentally friendly spinning
process with 99 % solvent recovery. In this book chapter, the main focus is on lyocell
fibres. These fibres are highly absorptive and have a very smooth surface, which leads in
combination to improved physiological properties important for textile comfort in wear
and also important features for using the fibres in the medical field. The sorption study
was done by measuring the water vapour uptake in dynamic sorption analysis which
enable full sorption and desorption cycles starting from 0 % RH up to 90 % RH and
backwards. The sorption data are discussed based on Guggenheim–Anderson –de Bohr
(GAB) sorption model. Furthermore, the sorption models were applied on lyocell fibres
functionalized with chitosan, lyocell filling fibres and lyocell fabrics after resin treatment.
The heat of wetting measurements by reaction calorimetry proved that lyocell fibres have
higher heat of wetting than cotton.
From the investigation of the basic fibre properties, some conclusions on the wear
comfort of the cellulosic textiles are established. 


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