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Resource-saving technologies and equipment in apparel and textile industry


Work number - P 10

Authors: Shcherban V. Yu., Paraska, G. B., Orlovskyi B. V., Shcherban Yu. Yu., Krysko V. P., Chervoniuk D.K., Shaban V.V., Zdorenko V. G., Chubukov O. Yu.


Submitted to the Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD)

In accordance with the approved program of economic reforms "Prosperous society, competitive economy and effective state",  an  important scientific and technical problem, aimed at the development of resource-saving technologies and equipment in apparel and textile was solved. This work combines the results of a long-term research of authors aimed at the development of scientific principles and methodology for creating new, efficient technologies and equipment for the manufacture of a wide range of products for both domestic and special purposes - multi-layer technical fabrics, used at laying oil and gas pipelines with factory insulating coating.

The projects of domestic structures of special filter technical fabrics for sugar and coal industry and equipment for their manufacture, sewing equipment for workers with special needs are very important in the socio-economic frame.

In the process of work 25 industry standards and specifications were developed and implemented.

Over 250 technical solutions were protected by copyright certificates. It proves the world level of conducted research.

Only in 2011 - 2015 the total production of apparel and textile materials developed in accordance with innovative, resource-saving technologies makes up 10.4 million kg, 2.9 million of textile products in the amount of 2.056 billion  hryvnas with total economic effect of 135 mln.hryvnas.

The number of publications: 1398 scientific papers, including 20 monographs, 4 textbooks, 29 manuals, 1 encyclopedia of sewing production; know-how and competitive technical solutions protected by 294 copyright certificates and patents, 45 of which are implemented in industrial production; 14 doctoral and 30 PhD theses were defended.