Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 30 Sayı: 131 Sayfa Aralığı: 253 - 259 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898 İndeks Tarihi: 16-10-2023

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE

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Using leftover industrial curtain fabrics, this study aims to develop environmentally friendly acoustic panels. In this context, two forms of curtain fabric waste, blackout and dimout, which are segregated as waste from post-production process within Oba Perdesan, are transformed into fiber utilizing mini shredder. The hot press method is used to produce composite samples made of 100% blackout and 50% blackout/ 50% dimout fabric waste in two different thicknesses (0.5 and 1 cm). The thickness, density, basis weight, FTIR, sound absorption coefficient, and sound transmission loss of the manufactured panels are measured. The FTIR analysis reveals the distinctive peaks of the raw materials of the structures, while the acoustic test results show that the sound absorption coefficient and sound transmission loss increase along with the thickness and basis weight of the structures, respectively. While the 1 cm blackout/dimout blend sample has a superior sound absorption coefficient for 2000 Hz with 0.81, the 1 cm 100% blackout sample performs highest with 10dB sound transmission loss. The produced panels aid in solid waste management while consuming minimal raw materials, and an essential step is taken toward the development of sustainable, practical, and decorative panels.
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PERDE ATIKLARINDAN ÇEVRE DOSTU AKUSTİK PANEL TASARIMI

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Bu çalışma, atık endüstriyel perde kumaşlarını kullanarak çevre dostu akustik paneller geliştirmeyi amaçlamaktadır. Bu kapsamda Oba Perdesan bünyesinde üretim sonrası süreçte atık olarak ayrıştırılan iki farklı perdelik kumaş telefi (blackout ve dimout) mini parçalayıcı ile elyaf haline dönüştürülmüştür. %100 blackout ve %50 blackout/ %50 dimout kumaş telefinden oluşan iki farklı kalınlığa sahip (0,5 ve 1 cm) kompozit numuneler sıcak pres yöntemi ile üretilmiştir. Üretilen panellerin kalınlık, yoğunluk, gramaj, ses yutum katsayısı, ses iletim kaybı ölçülmüş, FTIR analizi gerçekleştirilmiştir. FTIR analizi, yapıların hammaddelerinin ayırt edici piklerini ortaya koyarken, akustik test sonuçları, yapıların kalınlığı ve gramajı ile birlikte sırasıyla ses emme katsayısının ve ses iletim kaybının arttığını göstermektedir. 1 cm’lik blackout/dimout karışımı numunesi 2000 Hz için 0,81 ile üstün bir ses yutum katsayısına sahipken, 1 cm’lik %100 blackout numunesi 10dB ses iletim kaybıyla en yüksek performansı gösterir. Üretilen panellerle, minimum hammadde tüketimi ile katı atık yönetimine yardımcı olunurken ve sürdürülebilir, pratik ve dekoratif panellerin geliştirilmesi yönünde önemli bir adım atılmaktadır.
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APA AÇIKGÖZ G, AYDIN O, ALTUĞ A, Sezgin H, yalcin enis i (2023). ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. , 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
Chicago AÇIKGÖZ Gamze,AYDIN Onur,ALTUĞ Alp Yaman,Sezgin Hande,yalcin enis ipek ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. (2023): 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
MLA AÇIKGÖZ Gamze,AYDIN Onur,ALTUĞ Alp Yaman,Sezgin Hande,yalcin enis ipek ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. , 2023, ss.253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
AMA AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. . 2023; 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
Vancouver AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. . 2023; 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
IEEE AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i "ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE." , ss.253 - 259, 2023. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
ISNAD AÇIKGÖZ, Gamze vd. "ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE". (2023), 253-259. https://doi.org/10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
APA AÇIKGÖZ G, AYDIN O, ALTUĞ A, Sezgin H, yalcin enis i (2023). ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. Tekstil ve Mühendis, 30(131), 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
Chicago AÇIKGÖZ Gamze,AYDIN Onur,ALTUĞ Alp Yaman,Sezgin Hande,yalcin enis ipek ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. Tekstil ve Mühendis 30, no.131 (2023): 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
MLA AÇIKGÖZ Gamze,AYDIN Onur,ALTUĞ Alp Yaman,Sezgin Hande,yalcin enis ipek ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. Tekstil ve Mühendis, vol.30, no.131, 2023, ss.253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
AMA AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. Tekstil ve Mühendis. 2023; 30(131): 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
Vancouver AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE. Tekstil ve Mühendis. 2023; 30(131): 253 - 259. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
IEEE AÇIKGÖZ G,AYDIN O,ALTUĞ A,Sezgin H,yalcin enis i "ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE." Tekstil ve Mühendis, 30, ss.253 - 259, 2023. 10.7216/teksmuh.1365898
ISNAD AÇIKGÖZ, Gamze vd. "ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACOUSTIC PANEL DESIGN FROM CURTAIN WASTE". Tekstil ve Mühendis 30/131 (2023), 253-259. https://doi.org/10.7216/teksmuh.1365898