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Document written by Sabri MOURD, PhD and engineer in Mechanical Sciences and specialist in innovation, R&D and Advanced Technologies. Dr. Mourad has also a master degree in Business Administration and another master degree in project management. Dr. Sabri MOURAD is Technology Director at Albany International (technical textile specialist) and Associated Professor at the University of Haute Alsace and the Virtual University SVU. He teaches Master Students the management of innovation, the management of emerging technologies and the management of R&D. This document describes the role of innovation as a key factor for cleaner production. It presents the case of Technical textiles and its role in reducing global pollution. The document was presented to a UN workshop organized in Damascus in Nov 2008

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  • 1. Innovation: a key factor for cleaner production The case of Technical textiles and its role in reducing global pollution Dr. Sabri MOURAD mourasab@yahoo.frAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 2. Dr. Sabri MOURAD Qualifications PhD. degree from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine in mechanical sciences Mechanical Engineer degree from the Engineering school of Nancy/France Master of project management from Mulhouse university/France Master of business Administration from Strasbourg Business School/France Professional Skills Research and Development Director in Albany International specialized in building advanced machines and development of new products. Innovation associated teacher in the University of Alsace in France (Master)
  • 3. SummaryIntroduction: Innovation, cleaner production and technical textilesTechnical textiles sector, what is this?Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution and energy consumption - case of composites - case of filtration fabricsInnovation Efforts of technical textile producers to obtain Eco labels.ConclusionsAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 4. Introduction: Innovation, cleaner production and technical textiles Intense Cleaner New innovation production technologies activity Cleaner production = Innovation to develop reliable, simple and efficient new technologies Global Cleaner production strategy impacts strongly the textile sector in the western world and leaded to a strong growth of the technical textile industry.All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 5. Introduction: Innovation, cleaner production and technical textilesEco label ling and clean production are not just an opportunity for traditional textileindustry to make more environment friendly productsIt is an opportunity to transform this industry into intense innovation industry withextremely high added value deliveryThe aim of this presentation is present the technical textile industry and someinnovations conducted to reduce the global pollution and create very highadded value products.All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 6. Technical textiles sector, what is this? Agrotech Horticulture, Meditech Personal Agricultural, Forest Hygiene, Medical Buildtech Construction, Mobiltech Car, Lightweight engineering Ships, Aircraft, Space Oekotech Recyling, Clotech Garment, Shoes Waste Disposal Geotech Road & Rail Packtech - Packing Infrastructure Protech Person & Hometech Furniture & Property Protection Furnishing Indutech Filtration & Sporrtech Sports & Chemical Engineering Leisure 6All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 7. Technical textiles sector, what is this? Technical Textile Sectors Year 2005 2010 Volume Value Volume Value Mobiltech 2 828 26 861 3 338 29 282 Indutech 2 624 16 687 3 257 21 528 Sporttech 1 153 16 052 1 382 19 062 Buildtech 2 033 7 296 2 591 9 325 Hometech 2 499 7 622 2 853 8 778 Clothtech 1 413 7 014 1 656 8 306 Meditech 1 928 6 670 2 380 8 238 Agrotech 1 615 6 568 1 958 8 079 Protech 279 5 873 340 6 857 Packtech 2 990 5 329 3 606 6 630 Geotech 319 927 413 1 203 Total 19 681 106 899 23 774 127 288 Source: Tex-Summit 2007 held on 31st August- 1st September 2007World Market for technical textiles was estimated to be around 19.68 MT valued at USD 107 billion during 2005, which is expected to increase to 23.77 MT valued at USD 127 billion by 2010 7All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 8. Paper Machine Clothing - PMC Fine and dense woven structure with very high retention capacityAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 9. Industrial Process filtration Technology Filters for removing particles from gas streams and the reduction of air pollution Standard and advanced shaped filter bags for coal fired boilersA combination of woven and non woven fabrics create powerful filters to cleanthe air of industrial plants from particlesAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 10. Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution- Case of filtration fabrics for paper industryMaking paper is a technology based on the filtration of pulp to remove 100 m3 ofwater for each tonne of paper produced.All filtration process in paper industry is made thanks to woven filters made bytechnical textile producers. P u L pAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 11. Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution- Case of filtration fabrics for paper industryTo get an Eco label in paper industry it is needed to :- Criteria 1 : Reduce water pollution by chemicals- Innovation 1 : Develop new woven fabrics with higher density of yarns an higherretention capacity- Criteria 2 : Decrease energy consumption per production unit- Innovation 2 : Develop new ultra thin fabrics to decrease the water content of paperAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 12. Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution- Case of filtration fabrics for paper industryTo get an Eco label in paper industry it is needed to :- Criteria 3 : Increase the use of recycled fibers- Innovation 3 : Develop new fabrics and yarns highly resistant to contaminants andstickies created by the use of recycled fibers.Thanks to many innovations made by technical textile industry, paper makers canapply for eco-labels and make more environment friendly products.All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 13. Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution - Case of 3D woven based composites in aerospace To get an Eco label in aviation industry it is needed to : - Criteria 1 : Decrease fuel consumption - Criteria 2 : Decrease carbon emissions - Criteria 3 : Decrease noise patterns - Technical textiles Innovation : Develop a wide family of 3D woven composites to reduce considerably the weight of air planes and the noise level.All rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reservs Sabri MOURAD
  • 14. Technical textiles innovations to reduce global pollution - Case of 3D woven based composites in aerospace 3D weaving technology is commonly based on special jacquard looms This technology allows building thick preforms and very complicated shapes 3D weaving + RTM technologies open doors to make high performance mechanical piecesAll rights reserved to Sabri MOURAD Tous droits reserv