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Articles by M.A. Samad
Total Records ( 4 ) for M.A. Samad
  Md. Abul Kalam Azad , A.H. Khan , S.M. Badier Rahman , M. Kamal Uddin and M.A. Samad
  The properties of mattress cover which was produced by the rotor spun jute-cotton (80:20 and 70:30) blended yarn were studied and compared with the properties of mattress cover produced by 100% cotton yarn. It was observed that the average warp wise strength and abrasion resistance of 80:20 blended fabric were comparable and very closer to that of the 100% cotton fabric. On the other hand average warp wise strength and bursting strength of 80:20 blended fabrics were very nearer to the 100% cotton fabric.
  Abul Kashem Tang , M.A. Samad , A.S.M. Aynul Haque Akand , Bably Sabina Azhar and N. Absar
  The nutritional composition such as moisture, ash, lipid protein, carbohydrate, total chlorophyll, crude fibre, phenol, β-carotene, vitamin-B1, vitamin-B2, vitamin-C, Calcium, phosphorus and iron content of four varieties of healthy and Phyllectinia corylea infected mulberry leaves at mature stage has been analyzed. The mulberry leaves are considered as a good sources of starch, protein, crude fibre, minerals, vitamin-C, β-carotene and were estimated about 6-7, 4.0-4.6, .0, .0-3.5, 15-132, 00-120 mg%, respectively. Moisture, ash, lipid, crude fibre, carbohydrate, vitamins and minerals content were decreased significantly but protein and phenol content were increased after infected of mulberry leaves with fungus, Phyllectinia corylea.
  M.A. Samad , M.M. Alamgir Sayeed , Md. Ashraf Hussain , Md. Asaduzzaman and M.A. Hannan
  The physico-mechanical properties and stress-strain behaviour of three varieties of Kenaf fibres (Hibiscus cannabinus) have been studied and compared. It was found that the visco-elastic behaviour of kenaf was almost nil and the physico-mechanical properties of kenaf HC-2 and kenaf HC-95 fibres were similar to those of white jute fibre (Corchorus capsularis) but kenaf HC-4 showed very poor performance. Kenaf fibre contained relatively greater diameter (less fine) compared with that for white jute fibre and consequently, the quality ratio value of yarn for each of the kenaf varieties was much smaller than that of white jute fibre.
  M. Ashraf Hussain , M. Kamaluddin , Serge Bourbigot , M.A. Samad and M.M. Alamgir Sayeed
  Scoured and bleached jute fabrics were phosphorylated by treating with urea-phosphoric acid salt solution under an optimum condition of concentration, pH, liquor pick up and curing. The samples were rephosphorylated and again cured under same conditions and were treated with the solution of antimony salt and zirconium salt together, neutralized and finally subjected to washing treatment. The treated jute fabric was tested for flame retardancy by standard method and was found to be significantly flame retardant with good fastness to washing.
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