FT8007 - PROTECTIVE GARMENTS (Syllabus) 2017-regulation Anna University

FT8007 - PROTECTIVE GARMENTS (Syllabus) 2017-regulation Anna University

FT8007

PROTECTIVE GARMENTS

 LPTC

3003

OBJECTIVE:
• To enable the students understand the selection of fibre, yarn, fabric and design of garments for different protective applications

UNIT I

FIBRES, YARNS AND FABRICS FOR PROTECTIVE GARMENTS

13

Characteristic requirements of fibre, yarn and fabric for flame proof, heat resistant, ballistic resistance, electrical conduction, bacterial protection, radiation protection and radiation contamination protection

UNIT II

CHEMICAL FINISHES FOR PROTECTIVE GARMENTS

5

Mechanism, Chemistry, Materials and methods - Flame retardant, Liquid repellent, Antistatic, Antibacterial, UV protection and mite protection finishes


UNIT III

PROTECTIVE GARMENTS IN DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS

9

Protective fabrics used in the medical field and in hygiene; military combat clothing; protective fabrics against biological and chemical warfare; textiles for high visibility; antigravity suit

UNIT IV

PROTECTIVE GARMENT CONSTRUCTION

9

Garment construction - method of construction of garments according to various protective end uses; use of accessories for protective garment; ergonomics of protective clothing

UNIT V

EVALUATION OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS

9

Standards and test method for protective fabric performance - flame retardant finishes, liquid repellent finishes, antistatic, liquid repellent, antibacterial, UV protection, mite protection; manikins- thermal manikins, segmented thermal manikins; evaporative resistance measurement-moisture permeability index, skin model; concept of dynamic manikins; permeation resistance test-index of penetration and index of repellency; liquid tight integrity and gas tight integrity

TOTAL : 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, the students shall
• Select fibres, yarns and fabrics for different protective applications
• Construct protective garments
• Evaluate protective garments

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Pushpa Bajaj., and Sengupta A.K., “Protective Clothing”, The Textile Institute, 1992, ISBN:1- 870812 – 44-1.
2. Chellamani K. P., and Chattopadhyay D., “Yarns and Technical Textiles”, SITRA, 1999.

3. Scott R.A., “Textiles for Protection”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1- 85573-921-6, 2005.
4. Horrocks A.R. and Anand S.C., “Handbook of Technical Textiles”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1-85573-385-4, 2004.

REFERENCES:
1. Adanur S., “Wellington Sears Handbook of Industrial Textiles”, Technomic Publishing Co. Inc., 1995, ISBN: 1 – 56676 – 340 – 1.
2. Fan Q., “Chemical Testing of Textiles”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1-85573-917-8, 2005.
3. Long A.C., “Design and Manufacture of Textile Composites”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN: 1-85573-744-2, 2005.
4. Fung W., “Coated and Laminated Textiles”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1-85573-576-8, 2002.
5. Saville.B.P., “Physical Testing of Textiles”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1-85573-367-6, 1999
6. Anand S.C., Kennedy J.F., Miraftab M., and Rajendran S., “Medical Textiles and Biomaterials for Health Care”, Wood head Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK, ISBN:1- 85573- 683-7, 2006

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