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Textiles in Automotive Engineering
1st Edition - November 28, 2000
Authors: W Fung, J M Hardcastle
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This book presents a comprehensive treatment of both functional and decorative textiles used in the automotive industry including seat covers, headliners, airbags, seat belts and… Read more
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This book presents a comprehensive treatment of both functional and decorative textiles used in the automotive industry including seat covers, headliners, airbags, seat belts and tyres. Written in a clear, concise style it explains material properties and the way in which they influence manufacturing processes as well as providing practical production details.The subject treatment cuts across the disciplines of textile chemistry, fabric and plastics technology and production engineering. Environmental effects and recycling are also covered. It is aimed at the design and process engineer in industry as well as researchers in universities and colleges. Quality engineers will also benefit from the book's sections on identifying problems and material limitations.
Design and process engineers in industry
Interior design; Fabric structures and production methods; Yarn and fabric processing; Quality assurance and testing; Product engineering - interior trim; Other textile applications; Automotive textiles and the environment; Textiles in other forms of transportation; Future development and outlook.
No. of pages: 384
Published: November 28, 2000
Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
Hardback ISBN: 9781855734937
eBook ISBN: 9781855738973
Walter Fung has worked in the textiles industry since 1965 when he joined Courtaulds Research Division. He was a technical specialist in dyeing, finishing, coating and lamination of fabrics and was involved in research, development and technical services for both sales and production. In 1989 he transferred to Courtaulds Textiles Automotive Products, now Collins and Aikman Automotive Fabrics Ltd.
Affiliations and expertise
Collins and Aikman Automotive Fabrics, UK
J M Hardcastle
Mike Hardcastle is a Fellow of theTextile Instsitute and an Honorary Ma of Huddersfield University. He has over 40 years' experience in textile technology, design, development and sales with more than 15 years' experience in automotive textiles with courtaulds Textiles where he has held posts of design and product development director in relation to automotive textile trim products.