Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique Textiles - LPMT - EA4365

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3D Clothing Shaping by Means of the Sewing Edges Configuration and the Fabric Properties
3D clothes shaping by means of the sewing edges configuration and the fabric properties
3D clothes shaping by means of the sewing edges configuration and the fabric properties
A comparative study of some properties of cassava and tree cassava starch films
A development of a technique for measuring the compliance of the textile vascular prostheses
A method to determine the spatial scale implicated in adhesion. Application on human cell adhesion on fractal isotropic surfaces
A novel approach for a natural dyeing process of cotton fabric with Hibiscus mutabilis (Gulzuba) : Process development and optimization using statistical analysis
A novel heart valve stent design : mechanical interaction with the aortic root
A simulation from a tactile device to render the touch of textile fabrics: a preliminary study on velvet
A study of the structural changes during the dyeing process of Ingeo TM fibers of poly(lactic)acid
A textile emergent fibers length measurement system based on camera vision and variable homography
Activation thermique pour le contrôle vibratoire de structures composites
Adsorption and corrosion inhibition of new synthesized Pyridazinium-Based Ionic Liquid on Carbon Steel in 0.5 M H2S04
Adsorption of dyes on activated carbon prepared from apricot stones and commercial activated carbon
Aging of retrieved gel breast implants : a comparison between two product generations
Aging process of some pyrogenic silica samples exposed to controlled relative humidities : Part 1 - Kinetic of water sorption and evolution of the surface silanol density
Air Spun poly(lactic acid) nanofiber scaffold degradation fo vascular tissue engineering: A1 H NMR study
Air gap thickness and contact area in undershirts with various moisture contents: influence of garment fit, fabric structure and fiber composition
Air-Spun PLA Nanofibers Modified with Reductively Sheddable Hydrophilic Surfaces for Vascular Tissue Engineering : Synthesis and Surface Modification

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