AAQTIC Asociación Argentina de los Químicos y Técnicos de la Industria del Cuero

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[Otros eventos internacionales]



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001. Water based polymer nanoclays composite coating rheology for leather applications

004. Effect of chrome tanning on the thermal behavior of collagen fibers: A calorimetric and kinetic analysis

006. Development of products from Acacia mearnsii: a case of sustainability in the leather industry

007. Ink pattern from liquid waste of leather trim, intended for buildings and tarred roads

009. Board- MDL generated from leather processing waste

011. Evaluation of the use of rainwater and reuse of effluents in the chemical industry

012. Towards a mechanistic understanding of stress-strain behavior in leather

013. Influence of breed and age on goat leather quality

015. Changes in Tear Resistance of Bovine Hides during the Chrome tanning Process

017. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the leather fiber bundles

020. Reduction of Yellowing Effect on Leathers with UV Absorber Benzophenone-4

021. The Degradation of Dyes by a New White-rot FungiCo-immobilized Microcapsule

022. Microstructural Characterization of Looseness in Bovine Leather using Ultrasound

024. Collagen structure and strength in leather

026. Design and Fabrication of Casein-based TiO2 Nanocomposite for Self-cleaning Leather Finishes

027. Carbon footprint of a tanning company in Turkey

028. Gelatin extracted from chromed leather waste applied as raw material for polymeric film production

029. Ionic Liquids: Role of “task specific” or “designer” materials in leather making

033. A Novel Lubricant with Nano-silica Additives and Its Uses for Leather Performance Properties

035. Reducing of Pollution Load in Chrome Tanning and Dying Process Effluents by P(HEMA-GMA)-IDA Membrane Adsorption System

036. Recovery of water for reuse from tannery wastewater and other advanced environmental protection measures – Asian scenario

037. Safety Information and Diagnostic Tools for Process Industry

039. Characterization of collagen fibers air-gap spun from highly concentrated solutions

040. Degradability of Chrome Tanned Hide Collagen with Penicillium

042. Use of viscoelastic changes to demonstrate the relationship between drying parameters – a preliminary study

043. Steam explosion utilization as pre-treatment of chrome leather waste in order to produce biogas

046. New Smart Materials for Leather Surface Functionalisation

048. Improving The Properties of Wet-White Tanned Leather Characteristics By Using Collagen-Based Biopolymer

050. The effect of linear pressure of the pressure roller by using leather tanning machine on the properties of leather

053. Reduction of skin disorders with formaldehyde from leather product

056. Preparation and Application of Polysiloxane-grafted Polyamide-amine Fatliquoring Agent

058. Synthesis and Application of hyperbranched polyurethane finishing agent

059. Can there be a greener alternative to water for diffusion of auxiliary generic dispersions into chrome tanned leather?

060. Fatty materials as nutrient for fungal growth on wetblue leather

061. Modification of Alkanolamides by Hyperbranched Polymer and Application in Fatliquoring

063. Mathematical modeling in tanning research

064. Use of a Profilometer to Profile the Leather Surface

065. A New Formulation for the Treatment of Acid-Deterioration (Red Rot) in Historic Leathers

066. Technological advances towards the use of bio waste in dyeing of leather

067. Characterization of Natural Tanning Extracts by FTIR and Multivariate Analysis

069. Investigation of Core Dimensions on Organizational Culture in Leather Research and Development Laboratory

070. High Performance Acrylic Polymer Technology for Use in Leather Finishing Processes

071. False Positives I – Naphthylamines identification towards HPLC-DAD-MS analysis with ISO 17234-1 technique

072. Application of Collagen Hydrolysate in Cereal Seed Treatment

074. Inhibition of generation of hexavalent chromium for chrome-tanned leather with collagen peptide and radical scavenger

076. The physicochemical properties of collagen gel as the model for hide fiber cross-linked by glutaraldehyde

077. Composition and Characterization of proanthocyanidins in Larch Extract tanning effluent

079. Application of a clean auxiliary for leather to obtain a low-salt pickling and less chrome tanning process

081. Highly efficient antimicrobial leather finishing agent based on casein/Fe doped ZnO nanocomposites: Preparation and enhanced antimicrobial activities

082. Fabrication and Performance of Polyacrylate/Hollow ZnO Composite Emulsion for Leather Film-forming Agent

085. Plant Derived SaponinAescin as an Antimicrobial Soaking Agent

086. Best Available Techniques in Leather Tanning

091. A novel method for determining surface charge and isoelectric point of leather

093. Observation of penetration and reaction of acrylic resin retanning agent in leather using fluorescent tracer technique

094. Inhibitory effect of protein filling agent from

095. Effect of pyrolysis of tannery sludge in nitrogen atmosphere on environmental risk of Cr in bottom ash

096. Effect of sodium chloride on structure of collagen fiber network in pickling and tanning

099. Investigation of Novel Deep Eutectic Systems for the Reduction of Water Usage in Leather Manufacture

103. Study on the pyrolysis behaviors and mechanism of leathers in inert atmosphere

104. Collagen/chitosan asymmetrical membranes prepared by dry/wet phase separation: a new wound dressing for controlled antibacterial releasing

106. Preparation and characterization of collagen/gelatin/bioglass composite

108. Study of adsorption properties of anionic dyes on graphene oxide/chitosan composite porous microspheres

111. Studies towards the Influence of Syntans on the Assembly of Collagen

117. Creating economic values from black for black: A case for use of paper industry wastes in leather processing

119. Synthesis and application of Zinc Oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles for enhancing fastness properties of Cationic formulations in leather finishing

120. Biodegradation and Biogas Production from Solid Waste of Tanneries

121. Decolorization of leather dyes by a native isolate of Trametes sp. SC10

122. Preparation and characterization of adsorbents using chrome shavings to remove Cr(III) ions from aqueous solutions

124. Preservative effect of microbicides in leather

125. Influence of an amphoteric retanning agent on the properties of leather. Part II

126. The challenges of biological nitrogen removal and reduction of sludge handling and disposal costs

127. Optimization of degreasing process in cowhide

129. Effect of DMPA Content on Properties of Different Segment Waterborne Polyurethane

132. Investigations towards the binding mechanisms of vegetable tanning agents to collagen

133. Enthalpic and entropic contributions to the stability of fibrous collagen in untanned and tanned state at varying humidity

135. Sustainable Process for Production of Wet-blue Leathers

143. Oxidation stability of fatliquors; preventing the formation of Cr (VI) on leather

145. Qualitative aspects of sheep hides tanned with Black Jurema and Red Angico

146. Qualitative evaluation of crossbred cattle leathers

147. A New Moisture Non-Contact Measurement Application on Leather

148. New organic tanning sistem from renewable source; “wet wine from grape”

149. Method Development for Determination ff Odors as an Indicator of Environment Condition in Tanneries Surroundings

151. Importance of the relationship between softness and directionality of physical properties on leather for automotive upholstery

152. Environmental Diagnosis of Estância Velha City (RS Leather Region) Based on Analytical Data of its Microwatershed

153. Dye removal of tannery wastewater by adsorption in leather waste: the understanding of the phenomenon up optimization with real wastewater

155. Definition of Minimum Acceptable Standards by the Environmental Commission of the IULTCS

157. Selective filling of loose structured areas and blood-veins in leather with polymeric lightweight particles

158. Biogas production from tannery wastes – Evaluation of isolated microorganisms effect

159. EasyBlue Tan - A Chrome tanning evolution

160. Comparative analysis between Fogging Test and Gas Chromatography coupled with Mass Spectrometry to identify the main volatile organic compounds present in semi-finished leather for automotive upholstery

161. Study on Treatment and Utilization of Leather Industry Sludge and Solid Waste by Low Temperature Pyrolysis

162. One step to prepare fatliquor from the extracted fat of cowhide fleshings for using in leather processing

163. Dye Adsorption with Tannery Solid Waste

164. Enzymatic dehairing of bovine hide by plant proteases

165. Tannery Wastewater Treatment with Scenedesmus sp.

167. Development of silica imprinted materials for selective adsorption of a synthetic tannin in tannery wastewater

168. TiO2- SiO2-GLYMO Nanocomposite Prepared by Sol-Gel Processing for Leather Finishing

169. A new vegetable tanning material for leather industry: Acacia nilotica L.

172. Absorption and fixation of vegetable tannins by collagen

176. Characterization and evaluation of fungal enzymatic pool with unhairing activity

178. Tanning study with chestnut tannin associated with acrylic resin

179. Application of DFT calculations on the study of the tanning process with tetra-hydroxymethylphosphonium salt

180. Evaluation of waste management in tanneries

181. Ammonia removal from tannery waste leachate by process

185. Fish Skins: Valuable Resources for Leather Industry

187. Green Fungicide Technologies for Protection of Finished Leather

188. Extraction of Bovine Hair Keratin From Unhairing Waste of Hides

189. Evaluation of waste management in tanneries

190. A novel class of polymeric fatliquors

191. The dark side of leather: Finishing issues and light-dependent properties of pigments

192. The role of surface properties in durability and comfort of finished leathers

193. Carbon Footprint of light leathers

195. Study and Evaluation of occupational health, musculoskeletal disorder and safety among worker’s in cutting section of leather goods manufacturing industries using REBA techniques

197. Importance of the Application of Design Tools in the Development of Surfaces for Leather Collections

199. System expansion for environmental impact assessment in the leather industry – The leather Product Environmental Footprint pilot project case

200. Assessment of Occupational Safety and Health Management in the Leather Sector in Kenya

203. Research on the Relationship between Environmental Cost and Economic Benefit in Tanning Enterprise

204. Hybrid Tannage Using a Cationic Syntan (CAT) in Combination with Chrome for a Complete Exhaustion in Tanning

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E. 2015 IULTCS Merit Award Winner Announced

F. Collagen biology meets medical device technology: current reality, future dreams

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