저온 플라즈마 처리한 Nylon/PU 혼방발수직물의 편면친수효과

Title
저온 플라즈마 처리한 Nylon/PU 혼방발수직물의 편면친수효과
Other Titles
Effects of the One side Hydrophilicity for Nylon/PU Water Repellent Blended Fabric Treated with Low Temperature Plasma Treatment
Author(s)
구강마재혁손경태[손경태]
Keywords
one side hydrophilicity; low temperature plasma; water repellent; fluorine; contact angle; 편면친수; 저온 플리즈마; 발수; 불소; 접촉각
Issue Date
201306
Publisher
한국의류산업학회
Citation
한국의류산업학회지, v.15, no.3, pp.461 - 466
Abstract
Synthetic fiber materials were developed due the desire of consumers for high-quality, high-performance and comfort. A high functionality of synthetic fiber can be obtained through surface treatment that can improve hydrophilic properties, color depth after dyeing and adhesion properties. These advantages create added-value. Hydrophobic properties are an important feature to create added-value (such as hydrophilic properties). One side processing is a method of imparting to contrary function on the front and rear side. In this study, fluorine-coated Nylon/PU blended fabric was treated on only one side with a low-temperature plasma treatment; subsequently, the contact angles decreased by increasing the time and intensity of the plasma treatment. The contact angle of the untreated surface and the treated surface was different. It a showed a difference in the properties of both surfaces. Tensile strength and stiffness decreased by increasing the time and intensity of the plasma treatment. However, plasma treatment did not significantly change the tensile strength and stiffness on both surfaces of the fabric. SEM photographs showed the surface of fluorine-coated fabric and the etching surface by using plasma treatment on the fabric. Plasma treatment was confirmed not to affect the physical properties of the fabric.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/29672
ISSN
1229-2060
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