Prof.Dr.Emine Dilara Koçak
Prof.Dr.Emine Dilara Koçak
marmara university, Technology Faculty
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BaşlıkAlıntı yapanlarYıl
Effects of ultrasonic energy on the wash fastness of reactive dyes
M Akalin, N Merdan, D Kocak, I Usta
Ultrasonics 42 (1-9), 161-164, 2004
832004
Effects of ultrasonic energy on dyeing of polyamide (microfibre)/Lycra blends
N Merdan, M Akalin, D Kocak, I Usta
Ultrasonics 42 (1-9), 165-168, 2004
512004
Effect of degumming performed with different type natural soaps and through ultrasonic method on the properties of silk fiber
M Yuksek, D Kocak, A Beyit, N Merdan
Advances in Environmental Biology 6 (2), 801-808, 2012
282012
Properties of recycled polycarbonate/waste silk and cotton fiber polymer composites
M Taşdemır, D Koçak, I Usta, M Akalin, N Merdan
International Journal of Polymeric Materials 57 (8), 797-805, 2008
272008
The study of the effects of different chemical compounds applied on luffa cylindrica fibres with the help of ultrasonic energy
K Dilara
Journal of Polymer Engineering 28 (8), 501-515, 2008
222008
The influence of ultrasonic energy on chemical treatment of surface properties and the properties of composites made of luffa cylindrical fiber-polyester resin
ED Koçak
Journal of engineering materials and technology 130 (4), 2008
212008
Effects of Chemical Modifications on Mechanical Properties of Luffa cylindrica.
ES D Kocak, N Merdan, M Yuksek
Asian Journal of Chemistry 25 (2), 2013
182013
Properties of polypropylene composite produced with silk and cotton fiber waste as reinforcement
M Taşdemır, D Koçak, İ Usta, M Akalin, N Merdan
International Journal of Polymeric Materials 56 (12), 1155-1165, 2007
182007
Effect of applied different surface modification processes with cellulose enzyme on properties of luffa fibres
N Merdan, E Sancak, D Koçak, M Yüksek
Asian Publication Corporation, 2012
142012
Investigation of electromagnetic shielding properties of boron and carbon fiber woven fabrics and theirs polymer composites
SI Mistik, E Sancak, İ Usta, ED Koçak, M AKALIN
Proceedings, RMUTP International Conference: Textiles & Fashion, 3-4, 2012
112012
Mechanical, thermal, and microstructure analysis of silk-and cotton-waste-fiber-reinforced high-density polyethylene composites
D Koçak, M Taşdemir, I Usta, N Merdan, M Akalin
Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering 47 (5), 502-507, 2008
92008
Investigation of properties of polymer/textile fiber composites
M Taşdemir, M Akalin, D Koçak, İ Usta, N Merdan
International Journal of Polymeric Materials 59 (3), 200-214, 2010
82010
The use of palm leaf fibres as reinforcements in composites
D Kocak, SI Mistik
Biofiber Reinforcements in Composite Materials, 273-281, 2015
72015
Nonwoven production from agricultural okra wastes and investigation of their thermal conductivities
MN Duman, ED Kocak, N Merdan, I Mistik
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 254 (19), 192007, 2017
62017
Dyeing of Polypropylene Blends by Using Microwave Energy.
MA Burcu Yılmaz Sahinbaskan, Emine Dilara Koçak, Nigar Merdan
Journal of Engineered Fabrics & Fibers (JEFF) 12 (2), 2017
6*2017
Research into the specifications of woven composites obtained from raffia fibers pretreated using the ecological method
D Kocak, N Merdan, OB Evren
Textile Research Journal 85 (3), 302-315, 2015
62015
Effects of UV absorbers on cotton fabrics
N Merdan, D Koçak, M Yüksek, B Şahinbakan Yılmaz
American Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, 2012
62012
Recycled polyamide-6/waste silk & cotton fibre polymer composites: Effect of fibre length
M Taşdemir, D Koçak, N Merdan, İ Usta, M Akalın
Marmara Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 2013
52013
Sustainable innovations in textile chemical processes
SS Muthu
Springer Singapore, 2018
42018
Investigation of the dyeability behavior of banana fibers with natural dye extract obtained from turmeric plants
S CANPOLAT, N Merdan, H DAYIOĞLU, D Koçak
Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 27, 40-44, 2015
42015
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