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    Title: Manufacturing Technique of Heat-Insulating and Flame-Retardant Three-Dimensional Composite Base Fabrics
    Authors: Li, Jia-Horng;Lin, Jia-Horng;Hu, Chen-Hung;Huang, Chen-Hung;林敬文;Lin, Ching-wen;Lo, Ching Wen;Lou, Ching Wen
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Keywords: Nonwoven;sandwich plank;thermal conductivity;honeycombs
    Date: 2013-03
    Issue Date: 2013-07-11 14:02:53 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In this research, we create a PET/TPU/PU composite base fabric from a PET nonwoven base fabric, a TPU honeycomb grid, and a PU foam plank. First, the PET base fabric is made from 7D three-dimensional-hollow-crimp fiber (7D PET) and low-melting-point (low-Tm) fibers with weight ratio and number of lamination layers as the parameters. The hardness and rebound resilience rate of the PET nonwoven base fabric are 71% and 63.5%, respectively. The PET nonwoven base fabric’s optimum air permeability is 240 cm3/s/cm2. The maximum tensile strength of the PET nonwoven base fabric with 9 layers of lamination is 39.8 kg/cm2, and when the weight ratio is either 4:6 or 3:7, changes to 40 kg/cm2. The PET/TPU/PU composite base fabric has a LOI of 33 when the number of lamination layers is 10, or when the low-Tm fiber content is 50%; the composite base fabric’s average optimum thermal conductivity is 0.914 W/mK.
    Relation: Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics,8(1):114-125.
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