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The Use of Ultrasonic Exposure to Improve the Drying Efficiency of Textile Materials

Submission: vPublished: October 20, 2022

DOI: 10.31031/TTEFT.2022.07.000662

ISSN: 2578-0271
Volume7 Issue3


The article is dedicated to the development of technology for drying textile materials with heated air due to the impact of ultrasonic (US) oscillations. Studies are presented in which ultrasonic exposure is carried out both in a non-contact mode when drying textiles in drum-type dryers, and in a contact mode with the direct introduction of ultrasonic vibrations into dried fabrics, for example, during their production. The results obtained indicate the possibility of reducing the drying time from 5% to 28%, depending on the type of tissue, with non-contact ultrasonic exposure and up to 30% with contact introduction of ultrasonic vibrations. This allows us to recommend ultrasonic treatment as an effective and promising way to intensify the drying process of tissues in their production and daily use.

Keywords: Drying process; Ultrasonic intensification; Textile materials; Contact exposure; Non-contact exposure

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