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FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT On the PROJECT: DEVELOPMENT OF COTTON LAP/CELLULOSE PAD SUBSTITUTE FROM JUTE Project No: NJB/7.1/MM-IV/JTM 2010, Dt. 02.06.2010 Sponsored by: National Jute Board, Ministry of Textiles Govt. of India 3A, Park Plaza, 71, Park Street Kolkata 700 016 Materials Science Centre Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 721302 March 2013
Final Technical Report Development of cotton lap/cellulose pad substitute from jute Contents 1. Objective and Rationale of Project 2. Literature Survey 3. References 4. Market Survey and Need Assessment 4.1 Background 4.2 Gender Hygiene Management Initiatives and Govt. Efforts 4.3 Sample Survey conducted in West Bengal and its report 4.4 Sample survey of a particular brand and its market span 4.5 Program under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM); Eastern Regional Centre, ICSSR 4.6 Mini Gender Hygiene Products Manufacturing Machinery for decentralized sectors 4.7 Need Assessment Report on baby diapers and gender hygiene products 4.8 Baby diapers: Cost economics, marketing potential 4.9 Project design for Gender Hygiene Products/Baby Diapers machinery for decentralized units 5. Methodology of R&D Activities 6. Detailed Report on R&D 6.1. Pretreatment of industrial waste jute (physical and chemical treatment) 6.2. Preparation of super absorbent polymer (SAP) 7. Results and Outcomes of R&D Activities 7.1. Tests done to analyze the physically and chemically treated jute fibers 7.1.1. Water absorption test of jute waste 7.1.2. Water absorbency time 7.1.3. Change of weight of jute after alkali treatment 7.1.4. FTIR study of jute and alkali treated jute waste 7.1.5. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) of jute fiber and commercial baby diaper fiber 7.2. Tests done to analyze the water absorbing and holding capacity of Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP) 7.2.1. Water capture and retention capacity of 1 g polymer 7.2.2. Optimization and standardization of total process and prototype product development 7.2.3. Water uptake of jute super absorbent polymer mixture 7.3 Polymer synthesized in bulk 7.4. Biocompatibility Test 7.5. Biodegradation Test 8. Product/Process Standardization 9. Industrial Field Trial for Product Development 10. Cost Analysis/Cost Effectiveness Study Report 11. Comparative analysis of hygiene products 12. Conclusion 2 Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Final Technical Report Development of cotton lap/cellulose pad substitute from jute 12.1. Activities completed and efforts towards bulk preparation and technology transfer 12.2. Observations on pilot scale trial 13. Workshop Organized/Participated, Publication, Conference and Human Resource Development 13.1. Workshops organized 13.2. Presentation in International Conference 13.3. Human Resource Development 14. Future Program 15. Acknowledgement Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur 3
Final Technical Report Development of cotton lap/cellulose pad substitute from jute Project team Prof. Basudam Adhikari, Principal Investigator Manisha Sharma, Junior Research Fellow Sumit Das, Junior Project Officer 4 Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
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