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Journal:   JOURNAL OF COLOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY   SPRING 2019 , Volume 13 , Number 1 ; Page(s) 25 To 37.
 
Paper: 

Investigation of Compatibility of Natural Dyes Prangos Ferulacea, Madder and Punica Grantum Shell in Dyeing of Woolen Yarn

 
 
Author(s):  SHAHPARVARI M.R., SAFAPOUR S., GHARANJIG K.
 
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Abstract: 
In this study the natural colorants of Jasir, Madder and Pomegranate skin are considered to be compatible with wool yarns. To this end, the ability to dye each of the dyes of aluminum doped and dentinite sulfates was used as one of the most commonly used methods. The calculation results of this method showed that the dyeing curve of the three colors of dessert and reno are similar to each other. While the ability to dye wool yarn varies with dye of the skin of the pomegranate, it differs from that of the other two dyes. In this way, the similarity of the dyeing ability of the two gestures and the rhine reflects the relative adaptability of these colored materials. While the difference between the dyeing curve of pomegranate skin is low compatibility with jersey and rhinos. After calculating the ability to dye, dyeing of woolen yarn was done by combining two colors in three different dimensions. Then the degree of color matching was measured through common computational relationships. The computational results show that the colors of Madder and Jashir are in good harmony with each other. While the combination of pomegranate peel with any of the two dyes of Madder and Jashir results in low compatibility with weak to weak grades. In addition, the results of this study showed that the two concentrations of dye in the mixed bath and the use of the tooth affect the degree of compatibility and change the degree of color compatibility. Overall, the results of this study showed that the dye of Madder and Jashir are very consistent with each other and can be considered in the bathroom for the coloring of wool. While it is not possible to combine two colorful materials with pomegranate peel due to poor compatibility grade. J. Color Sci. Tech. 13(2019), 25-37© . Institute for Color Science and Technology.
 
Keyword(s): Compatibility of Dyes,Natural dyeing,Natural dyes,Build-up of dyeing,Woolen yarn
 
 
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SHAHPARVARI, M., & SAFAPOUR, S., & GHARANJIG, K. (2019). Investigation of Compatibility of Natural Dyes Prangos Ferulacea, Madder and Punica Grantum Shell in Dyeing of Woolen Yarn. JOURNAL OF COLOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 13(1 ), 25-37. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=686458



Vancouver: Copy

SHAHPARVARI M.R., SAFAPOUR S., GHARANJIG K.. Investigation of Compatibility of Natural Dyes Prangos Ferulacea, Madder and Punica Grantum Shell in Dyeing of Woolen Yarn. JOURNAL OF COLOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2019 [cited 2021December08];13(1 ):25-37. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=686458



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SHAHPARVARI, M., SAFAPOUR, S., GHARANJIG, K., 2019. Investigation of Compatibility of Natural Dyes Prangos Ferulacea, Madder and Punica Grantum Shell in Dyeing of Woolen Yarn. JOURNAL OF COLOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, [online] 13(1 ), pp.25-37. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=686458.



 
 
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