Nurhan Onar Camlibel

Pamukkale University Turkey

Assistance Professor Dr. Nurhan Onar Camlibel earned her B.S. (2000) in Textile Engineering from Ege University and MSc (2003) and Ph.D. (2009) degrees in Textile Engineering from Dokuz Eylul University. She is employed at the Department of Textile Engineering, Engineering Faculty, Pamukkale University since 2001. She received the title of Assistance Professor at the Department of Textile Engineering, Engineering Faculty, Pamukkale University in 2011. She teaches graduate and undergraduate level courses in textile chemistry, chemical textile testing, nanotechnological applications in textile, coating and lamination, textile degradation and analysis methods and has main research interests in textile treatments, functional finishing processes, enzymatic applications in textile, sol-gel applications in textile, conductive textiles, fire protective textiles, electromagnetic shielding efficiency of textiles, etc. She has written over 35 scientific publications and one book chapter in the aforementioned areas and co-authored over 50 conference papers and has studied as the management or researcher in national and international projects. She is co-ordinator of Erasmus mobility programme for students.

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Polyester is one of the most important polymers for fibers and composites. Significant developments in nanoparticle-doped polyester composites, polyester recycling, flame-retardant unsaturated polyester resins, and application of polyester for construction and automotive industry are currently carried out. Thus, this book provides leading edge research on improvements of functional properties of polyester, modifications of unsaturated polyester resins, and polyester (especially recycled polyester) usage in construction and in automotive application areas in the form of fiber, resin, and composite. The book also covers the characterization of unique features of polyester found by mechanical, chemical, physical, microstructural, and thermal analyses. This book intends to provide an understanding of the developments of functional polyester production, synthesis, and characterization and support to many academic researchers and graduate students in textile, polymer, composite, chemical science, and research and development managers in recycling and composite applications of polyester in the construction and automotive industry.

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