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Modeling and optimization of waterproof‐breathable thermo‐regulating core‐shell nanofiber/net structured membrane for protective clothing applications

08-Jan-2018 | Massoumeh Rahimi, Javad Mokhtari, Polymer Engineering and Science, 2018

The mechanical and functional properties of thermo‐regulating hexadecane‐polyurethane (HD‐PU) nanofiber/net membrane (NFNM) with potential application in protective clothing were modeled and optimized. The optimum conditions for fabrication of the HD‐PU NFNM were obtained using response surface ...


Phenotypic Optimization of Urea–Thiophene Carboxamides To Yield Potent, Well Tolerated, and Orally Active Protective Agents against Aminoglycoside-Induced Hearing Loss

27-Oct-2017 | Sarwat Chowdhury; Kelly N. Owens; R. Jason Herr; Qin Jiang; Xinchao Chen; Graham Johnson; Vincent E. Groppi; David W ..., Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2017

Hearing loss is a major public health concern with no pharmaceutical intervention for hearing protection or restoration. Using zebrafish neuromast hair cells, a robust model for mammalian auditory and vestibular hair cells, we identified a urea–thiophene carboxamide, 1 (ORC-001), as protective ...


IJERPH, Vol. 14, Pages 1142: Sun Exposure, Sun-Related Symptoms, and Sun Protection Practices in an African Informal Traditional Medicines Market

28-Sep-2017 | Wright, Caradee Y.; Reddy, Tarylee ; Mathee, Angela ; Street, Renée A., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017

IJERPH, Vol. 14, Pages 1142: Sun Exposure, Sun-Related Symptoms, and Sun Protection Practices in an African Informal Traditional Medicines Market International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health doi: 10.3390/ijerph14101142 Authors: Caradee Wright Tarylee Reddy Angela ...


The seroprevalence of West Nile Virus in Israel: A nationwide cross sectional study

16-Jun-2017 | Ravit Bassal; Tamy Shohat; Zalman Kaufman; Batya Mannasse; Eilat Shinar; Doron Amichay; Mira Barak; Anat Ben-Dor; Ad ..., PLoS ONE, 2017

by Ravit Bassal, Tamy Shohat, Zalman Kaufman, Batya Mannasse, Eilat Shinar, Doron Amichay, Mira Barak, Anat Ben-Dor, Adina Bar Haim, Daniel Cohen, Ella Mendelson, Yaniv Lustig West Nile Virus (WNV) is endemic in Israel, affecting yearly 40–160 individuals. Israel is located on a central ...


Study on different finite difference methods at skin interface for burn prediction in protective clothing evaluation

13-Jun-2017 | L. Zhai, M. Camenzind, J. Li, R. M. Rossi, Fire and Materials, 2017

Summary For protective clothing evaluation by using the flame engulfment method, a skin burn injury model is required to predict burn degree of the covered skin. By applying finite difference methods, 2 numerical methods are compared. One is based on equivalent heat intensity; the other is ...


Novel Composite Foam Concept for Head Protection in Oblique Impacts 

19-May-2017 | Yasmine Mosleh, Jos Vander Sloten, Bart Depreitere, Jan Ivens, Advanced Engineering Materials, 2017

Rotational acceleration experienced by the head during oblique impacts is known to cause traumatic brain injuries. It is hypothesized that shear properties of a foam layer, used for head protection (e.g., protective helmet liners, headliners in cars) can be related to the extent of rotational ...


IJERPH, Vol. 14, Pages 420: Assessment of the Occupational Health and Food Safety Risks Associated with the Traditional Slaughter and Consumption of Goats in Gauteng, South Africa

14-Apr-2017 | Qekwana, Daniel N.; McCrindle, Cheryl M. E.; Oguttu, James W.; Grace, Delia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017

Background: This study assessed the occupational health and food safety risks associated with the traditional slaughter of goats and the consumption of such meat in Tshwane, South Africa. Methods: A convenience sample of 105 respondents agreed to be interviewed using structured questionnaires. ...


Simultaneous Application of Pressure‐Infusion‐Gyration to Generate Polymeric Nanofibers

27-Mar-2017 | Xianze Hong, Suntharavathanan Mahalingam, Mohan Edirisinghe, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2017

Polymeric nanofibers are a fascinating class of material that has been widely used in a myriad of applications, including fiber reinforced composites, protective clothing, and chemical sensors. Here, the science of the combined application of external pressure, controlled infusion of polymer ...


Theoretical modeling of thermal stress imposed by selective permeation membranes reinforced with graphene oxide

27-Jan-2017 | M. Gorji, M. Karimi, M. Rahimi Larki, A. Safavi, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT The main purpose of the present work is to study the thermal stress imposed by selective permeation hydrogel‐filled nonwoven membranes (SPHM) in various environmental conditions, including cold, moderate and hot, in view of high and low wearer activity levels. In addition, graphene ...


Multiscale characterization of antimicrobial poly(vinyl butyral)/titania nanofibrous composites

19-Jan-2017 | Faisal Ali Alzarrug, Dusica B. Stojanovic, Vera Obradovic, Aleksandar Kojovic, Jovan M. Nedeljkovic, Mirjana Rajilic ..., Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 2017

Titania nanofillers were used to reinforce nanofibers in composite mats produced by electrospinning of poly(vinyl butyral) with two different concentrations of polymers. The titania nanoparticles and titania nanotubes were added into an acetic acid/ethanol solution in different contents of 3 and ...


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