|題名:||Effect of Bamboo Charcoal Content on the Heat Preservation Performance of Bamboo Charcoal/PET Blended Fibers|
|作者:||An, T. C.|
Lin, C. A.
Liu, C. H.
Hu, P. T.
Relative heat preservation
|摘要:||The bamboo charcoal material was added in polyethylene terephthalate (hereafter referred to as PET) fiber spinning process in various proportions controlled at 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5% by weight to compose bamboo charcoal / PET blended fibers (hereafter referred to as BCE). The halogen light radiation method and the Thermo-vision analysis were applied to estimate the effect of bamboo charcoal content on the heat preservation performance of BCE. For a comparison, a carbon black / PET blended fiber (hereafter referred to as CBE) with a content of 1.5wt% commercial dope dyed carbon black material was utilized. The result indicated that BCE in all compositions showed a better heat preservation performance than CBE, and the 1.5wt% BCE achieved the highest value of relative heat preservation of 0.44℃. In addition, the removal test of ammonia gas revealed that BCE had a better removal effect than CBE, the reduction rates for ammonia gas in 100ppm primary concentration of 1.5wt% BCE and 1.5wt% CBE were 48% and 18%, respectively.|
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