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    American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists International Conference (AATCC 2016)

    Williamsburg, Virginia, USA 19 - 21 April 2016

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  • April 2016 AATCC International Conference Proceedings Williamsburg, VA, USA

    2016 PROCEEDINGS OF AATCC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

    April 19-21, 2016 Williamsburg Lodge Williamsburg, VA, USA

    SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS

    OLNEY MEDAL ADDRESS

    Forty Years of Wanderings in Textile Chemistry Process and 14 Materials Research Fred L. Cook, Georgia Institute of Technology

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  • Rapid Continuous Dyeing Process for Heavy Weight Nylon 6,6 Carpet Hongming Dong

    PVA Size Recovery and Reuse via Vacuum Flash Evaporation Kishor K. Gupta

    Development of Commercial, Sustainable Processes for Dyeing Generic, Unmodified Polypropylene Fiber

    Murari Gupta

    Next Generation Broadloom Carpet Construction Anthony Casio

    Permanent Colorants and Fiber Finishes via Ionic Self Assembly-Covalent Fixation

    Christopher A. Hubbell

    Development of Novel Synthetic Turf Infill Materials Richard E. Harper, Jr.

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    KEYNOTE ADDRESS

    Made Here, Made PossibleBuilding a Local-for-Local Apparel Manufacturing Model

    Keith Hoover, Under Armour

    CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS TRACK

    SESSION: Herman and Myrtle Goldstein Student Paper CompetitionModerator: Fred Cook, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Preparation and Characterization of Biodegradable Electrospun 86 Core-sheath Yarn for Bio-medical Purposes

    Apurba Banerjee, University of Georgia, Athens

    Size Grading of Zero-waste Garments 94 Allison Elizabeth Bowles, North Carolina State University

    Evaluation of Passive Cooling Garments for Improved Design for Thermal 102 Comfort Based on Thermal Manikin Tests

    Caroline M. Donelan, Cornell University

    Preparation of Smart Textiles by Grafting Thermo and pH Responsive 112 Block Copolymer onto Silk

    Qisheng Fang, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China

    A New Single Fiber Based Detergency Measurement with Confocal Laser 122 Scanning Microscope Technique

    Qian Hu, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China

    Peltier Effect in Cotton Fabric Treated with Doped Nanocellulose 132 Jeff Morgan, The University of Georgia, Athens

    Study of Polyacrylamide Modified Polyester Fabric with Self-cleaning for 141 Efficient Oil/Water Separation

    Mengyuan Sun, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China

    Fabrication and Characterization of Nanocellulose Hydrogels for Facile 151 Coating Applications

    Lauren Tolbert, University of Georgia, Athens

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    The Performance Quality of Cotton Denim Fabrics Compared to Blended 158 Stretch Denim Fabrics

    Alyson VanderPloeg, Central Michigan University

    SESSION: Sustainable ApplicationsModerator: Mike Tyndall, Cotton Incorporated

    Sustainable Cotton Processing 166 Eliat Singam, Ameritex

    Dyeing of Cotton with Sulphur Dyes using Alkaline Enzymes as 177 Alternate Reducing Systems

    J.N. Chakraborty, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

    Eco-Friendly Omniphobic Textile Coatings 218 Krishnaswamy K. Rangan, Materials Modification Inc.

    SESSION: Advances in Wet ProcessingModerator: Forrest Putnam, Vestagen Technical Textiles

    ITMA 2015: Advances in Textile Wet Processing 232 Peter J. Hauser, North Carolina State University

    Latest Progresses in Wrinkle Free Finishing of Cotton with Polycarboxylic 246 AcidsNew Catalysts and Agents

    Gang Sun, University of California, Davis

    Improvement of Crockfastness for Cotton 252 Magali Brown, NICCA USA

    Investigation into Utilizing Dye Transfer Inhibitor Polymers as a Means to 265 Ecologically Improve the Rinsing Process of CI Reactive Black 5 on Cotton Knit Fabric

    William H. Garrett, Cotton Incorporated

    SESSION: Innovative TechnologiesModerator: Dennis Scheer, VF Corporation

    Sol-gel Formulation as an Ecological Finishing for Antimicrobial and 290 Anti-mosquito Textiles

    Jaime Rocha-Gomes, Ecofoot, SA

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    Flame Retardation of Cotton Blends with High Synthetic Content 314 Robert Brookins, Alexium Inc.

    Correlating the Perception of Odor in the Amount of Odorous Chemicals 326 Present on Footwear Materials

    Tyler Pickett, North Carolina State University

    Sanitized Marker Technology The Ultimate System for Controlling a 346 Complex Supply Chain

    Darrell Burnette, Sanitized USA, Inc.

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    CONCEPT 2 CONSUMER (C2C) TRACK

    SESSION: Comfort & Performance InsightModerator: Heidi Carvalho, TTACC

    Performance, Comfort & Clean: Efficiency in Your Supply Chain 359 Whats the Charge

    Harrie Schoots, Ascend Performances Materials

    Machine Sewing with Conductive Thread: A Comparison of Materials 360 and Techniques

    Mary Ruppert-Stoescu, Oklahoma State University

    Evaluation of Clothing Comfort Factor 361 Renuka Dhandapani, Cotton Incorporated

    SESSION: Global Impact: Concept to ConsumerModerator: Carol Revels, Lands End Inc.

    Assessing the Impact of Reduced Water Levels, Detergent Type, and 380 Laundering Platform on Basic Clothing Attributes

    Elizabeth P. Easter, University of Kentucky

    Dont Just Claim It, Prove It! Protect Your Brand by Verifying Textile 398 Performance Claims

    Louann Spirito, SGS Consumer Testing Services

    Managing Speed to the Market 428 Sandeep Khatua, Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services

    Case Studies in Striking a Balance Between Design and Quality Lisa Cram, VF Outdoor

    SESSION: Product Research & DevelopmentModerator: Patrick Ayers, Vartest Laboratories Inc.

    TITIN: From Tragedy to Triumph Patrick Whaley, Titin LLC

    Selection of Tests to Evaluate Performance of Novel Moisture 441 Management Finishes and Fabrics

    Emiel A. DenHartog, North Carolina State University

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    SESSION: Print & TechnologyModerator: Punita Patel, Joseph Ribkoff Inc.

    Design with a Purpose: Virtually Fitted, Digitally Printed Engineered 448 Garments and Underlay/Overlay Repeats

    Lynn M. Boorady, Buffalo State University

    Current and Future State of Digital Textile Printing Platforms 470 Johnny Shell, Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA)

    The Stain Resistance and Cleanability Evaluation of a Top-Coated 487 Printed High Performance Commercial Upholstery

    Marty Gurian, Designtex

    SESSION: Color Management & LED Lighting UpdateModerator: Karen Kyllo, SGS US Testing Services

    The Evolution and Revolution of Global Color Management 488 Carol T. Revels, Lands End Inc.

    LED Retail Lighting: State of the Union Andrew Fraser, Consumer Testing Laboratories Inc.

    LEDs, Standards, and Their Effect on the Supply Chain 501 Ann Laidlaw, ACL Color Consulting LLC and Roland Connelly, RoLyn Group

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    MATERIALS TRACK

    SESSION: Protective Textiles IModerator: Haskell Beckham, Exponent

    Specifying and Testing Idealized Bust Surrogates for Female 528 Stab-resistant Body Armor

    Amanda L. Forster, National Institute of Standards and Technology

    Failure Analysis of Protective Textiles and Design for Failure Prevention Haskell Beckham, Exponent

    Reinforced Bingham Plastics for Energy Dissipation 544 Christopher Pastore, Philadelphia University

    SESSION: Protective Textiles IIModerator: Christina Rapa, W.L. Gore & Associates

    Development of Novel Synthetic Turf Infill Materials 557 Richard Harper, Georgia Institute of Technology/American Trim

    Impact of Backing Material Properties on the Performance of 572 Protective Textiles

    Aaron M. Forster, National Institute of Standards and Technology

    Computational Modeling to Characterize the Mechanical Response of Knit Fabric Under Ballistic Loading

    P. Justin McKee, TKC Global

    Incorporation and Performance of Molecular Polyoxometalates in 581 Fibrous Substrates

    Nancy Elizabeth Allen, Cornell University

    SESSION: Functional TextilesModerator: Trish Hayes-Danitz

    Solar Textiles: Collaborating Cross Disciplines to Craft a Powerful Cloth 589 Marianne Fairbanks, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Smart Textiles with Soft Thermal Responsive Polymers 599Jiping Wang, Zhejiang, Sci-Tech University

    AdhesionThe Theory of Everything (Fabric) 617 Dick Lindmark, Adherent Laboratories, Inc.

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    Teaching Cotton New Tricks 640 Juan Hinestroza, Cornell University

    SESSION: Materials Analysis/Bio-Based MaterialsModerator: Robina Hogan, United Soybean Board

    Laboratory and Outside the Laboratory Measurements of Ginned and 641 Not Ginned Cotton Fiber Micronaire and Maturity by Portable Near Infrared (NIR) Instruments

    James Rodgers, USDA-ARS-SRRC

    Azo Dyes in Textiles: Exposure and Analysis 647 Rob Pawle, Exponent

    Soy Based Novel Bi-component Fibers for Geo-Synthetics 648 Abhay Joijode, The Nonwovens Institute, North Carolina State University

    Fabrication of Advanced Green Composites using Cross-linked Raw 653 Plantain Starch and Liquid Crystalline Cellulose Fibers

    Anil N. Netravali, Cornell University

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