secondary plastic material in advanced polymers processing in design and textile application

Jaroslava Frajová

Technical University of Liberec 1, Faculty of Art andArchitecture, Studentská 1402/2, 461 17 Liberec, Czech Republic;

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ABSTRACT

Accompanying overlaps scientific procedures into design-industry objects are in constant materials and applications development. Advanced materials requires advanced technologies for their preparation but also for their analysis. Therefore, nowadays interdisciplinarity is the mainstream in the research. The presented study specializes on the forming of new surface designs, patterns and structures by using of nano-fibers. At our work we taken into account also the “boom” of the recycling of plastic waste. Therefore, we demonstrate the possibility of secondary raw materials utilization in the field of textile design and show alternate concept for difference type of applications. The main aim of the cooperation is to prepare of various designs and structures by means of electrospinning nanotechnology with their using in applied design (wallpaper, panels, membrane in out door cloths). For our study we used the various type of polymers such as poly(ethylenetherephthalate) to show the variability and flexibility the science in the special soft cover design, futuristic cloths, hydrophobic  membranes. The works aroused from this cooperation have enjoyed great success on the international exhibitions and competitions. Materials are development for specific application in different fields of design and art.

wHO AM I?

I´m textile designer and textile engineer 

I have patent in Bullet proof cloths for women and I worked as assistent of head of Textile design studio.

I combine my knowledge with design and egineering in material development circular economy for regions.

 

I´m working with celullose composite, kitchen waste, wool industrial waste etc. 

The  project NANO-Art was established 2016 with researcher Alena Šišková. We used nanotechnology to recycle the plastic waste material 

to unique nanomembrane and nowsdays we published in scientific journal. 

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