HRTM Textile and agro food sectors

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Document written by Sabri MOURD, PhD and engineer in Mechanical Sciences and specialist in innovation, R&D and Advanced Technologies. Dr. Mourad has also a master degree in Business Administration and another master degree in project management.
Dr. Sabri MOURAD is Technology Director at Albany International (technical textile specialist) and Associated Professor at the University of Haute Alsace and the Virtual University SVU. He teaches Master Students the management of innovation, the management of emerging technologies and the management of R&D.
This document describes the last emerging technologies in Textiles and agro-food sectors and the future trends in these areas.
Document élaboré par Sabri Mourad, Docteur ingénieur en mécanique et spécialiste de l'innovation, de la recherche et développement et des technologies avancées. Dr. Mourad a également un master en administration des entreprises et un autre en management de projet

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HRTM Textile and agro food sectors

  1. 1. ‫تا‬ ‫إدارة ا‬ ‫و د‬ ‫ا ز‬High & EmergingTechs MgtByDr. Sabri MOURADmourasab@yahoo.frLecture 6
  2. 2. Technologies in Textile sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDTextile sector, some general informationTextile sector is defined as the market of all activities related to textile industryfrom yarns preparation to the final product. The final product could be used forcloths traditional applications or for technical applications.The major activities in textile industry are:-Yarn preparation where the yarns are made from natural or synthetic materials- Weaving of fabrics where the woven surface is prepared- Transformation of woven fabrics to final products
  3. 3. Technologies in Textile sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDTextile sector, some general informationTextile sector was the first industrial sector in the world to appear usingmechanical weaving looms in England and wool as a raw material (replaced laterby cotton).In the world to day the textile industry is split into two:-Traditional activities related to cloth and low tech applications. This activities aremainly located in developing countries and mainly China- High technical applications (technical textiles) mainly located in developedcountries
  4. 4. Technical textiles sector, what is this? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Agrotech – Horticulture, Meditech – Personal Agricultural, Forest Hygiene, Medical Buildtech – Construction, Mobiltech – Car, Lightweight engineering Ships, Aircraft, Space Oekotech – Recyling, Clotech – Garment, Shoes Waste Disposal Geotech – Road & Rail Packtech - Packing Infrastructure Protech – Person & Hometech – Furniture & Property Protection Furnishing Indutech – Filtration & Sporrtech – Sports & Chemical Engineering Leisure4
  5. 5. Technical textiles sector, what is this? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Technical Textile Sectors Year 2005 2010 Volume Value Volume Value Mobiltech 2 828 26 861 3 338 29 282 Indutech 2 624 16 687 3 257 21 528 Sporttech 1 153 16 052 1 382 19 062 Buildtech 2 033 7 296 2 591 9 325 Hometech 2 499 7 622 2 853 8 778 Clothtech 1 413 7 014 1 656 8 306 Meditech 1 928 6 670 2 380 8 238 Agrotech 1 615 6 568 1 958 8 079 Protech 279 5 873 340 6 857 Packtech 2 990 5 329 3 606 6 630 Geotech 319 927 413 1 203 Total 19 681 106 899 23 774 127 288 Source: Tex-Summit 2007 held on 31st August- 1st September 2007World Market for technical textiles was estimated to be around 19.68 MT valued at USD 107 billion during 2005, which is expected to increase to 23.77 MT valued at USD 127 billion by 2010
  6. 6. All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Paper Machine Clothing - PMCFine and dense woven structures with very highretention capacity
  7. 7. High performance Door Systems All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Multiple Industries – Automotive Manufacturing – Pharmaceutical – Frozen food Workspace Isolation High Speed SafetyUsing resistant woven structure in the door structure allows veryhigh dynamic and quick open-close cycles to save energy in airconditioned areas
  8. 8. Aerospace Engineered Composites All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Jet engine containment caseWoven carbon fibers based composites reduce considerably the fuelconsumption in aerospace applications
  9. 9. Industrial Process filtration Technology All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Filters for removing particles from gas streams and the reduction of air pollution Standard and advanced shaped filter bags for coal fired boilersA combination of woven and non woven fabrics create powerfulfilters to clean the air of industrial plants from particles
  10. 10. Anti sweat woven structures All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDThe new textile draws perspiration away from the skin, and via apreset route, transports it across the shirts inner surface. themoisture is spread very finely over a large surface area, encouragingit to dry quickly, keeping you feeling fresh throughout the day.Meanwhile, the weave actively re-directs the perspiration away fromthe outside of the shirt, preventing unsightly sweat marks fromappearing.
  11. 11. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDAgro-Food sector, some general informationAgro-Food industry is defined as the industry using raw agriculture products tomake food in industrial way to be used for human or animals.This sector is composed of 3 main components-The production factors: land, plants, grains, water, agro equipments, etc- The primary production: mainly the agriculture products obtained using theproduction factors- The transformation industry which uses the primary production to makeindustrial production including packagingAgro-Food is the major factor to extend the capacity to feed theIncreasing number of humans in regular way
  12. 12. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor current researches in Agro-food-Identification of micro-organisms responsible for diseases or degradation ofindustrial food- Follow up and control the quality of the food during all the food life- Understanding the use of food as a medical factor- Increase the life time of industrial food to reduce its global cost- Improve the packaging process for food to increase its safety
  13. 13. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Nanobiotechnology ‫ا و ا و‬ ‫ا‬- Food Safety ‫ا ن ا ذا‬- Food Processing ‫ذ‬ ‫ا‬- Food properties ‫ص ا ذاء‬ ! ‫طو ر‬- Bioinformatics ‫#و ت ا و‬ ‫ا‬- Food Microbiology ‫ا ط م‬ ‫%رو و و‬
  14. 14. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Nanobiotechnology ‫ا و ا و‬ ‫ا‬This is related to the study of the biology on the nano level (like DNA) and itsimpact on the future foods.It could be used to create new sensors like coated polymeric spheresOr to find new molecules for therapies applications and DNA engineering
  15. 15. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Food Safety ‫ا ن ا ذا‬The major target of this technologies is to increase the safety of industrial foodsand to avoid the propagation and the development of bacteria and other diseasesagents in industrial foods.This research branch is focused on understanding the mechanism ofdevelopment of these diseases and how to compete them
  16. 16. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food- Food Processing ‫ذ‬ ‫ا‬This is related to the technologies used to treat the food during industrialprocessing and mainly to eliminate the microbes or cooking the food.These technologies are very wide like microwaves, radiofrequency, Inductiveheating, X-ray, Electro magnetic energy, etc
  17. 17. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Food properties ‫ص ا ذاء‬ ! ‫طو ر‬The purpose of these technologies is to understand the properties of the foodduring industrial processing. Like Yogurt flow in pipes, etcThis branch uses Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for modeling the foodbehavior in the industry
  18. 18. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Bioinformatics ‫#و ت ا و‬ ‫ا‬The purpose is to study the Bio properties of each product used in industrial foodand the interaction between these products.This will lead to find the best products for human health and could lead to theextension of health-food or pharmaceutical food.
  19. 19. Technologies in Agro-Food sector All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDMajor emerging researches in Agro-food-Food Microbiology ‫ا ط م‬ ‫%رو و و‬The target of this technology is to identify all the important micro-organisms andnatural microbes living in agriculture products and then producing and improvingthem for human health.These technologies will be also used to increase the life time of industrial foodand also to validate the human use of genetic modified products
  20. 20. Case study of an emerging technology All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURD Modified atmosphere and itsapplications in agro food industry
  21. 21. What is the technology? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDIt was demonstrated by end of 80s that there is adirect relation between the conservation of foodand the level of available oxygen for the bacteriaand other mushrooms surrounding itWhat we can do with such an invention ?Does this represent an emerging technology ?
  22. 22. What is the technology? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDFrom the idea to the applicable technology there isa long way to go through.An invention alone is not enough, you need tomarry it with other things to create a newtechnology
  23. 23. What is the technology? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDBased on this idea, if we remove the airsurrounding a vegetable, a meet or any anotherproduct and we replace it by CO2 or N2 what willhappen? What we need to achieve that?
  24. 24. What is the technology? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDCombination ofAdvanced polymer industryMechanical vacuum machinesAdvanced welding devicesEfficient N2, C02 production systemsMajor change in our consumption world
  25. 25. What is the technology? All rights reserved to Dr. Sbri MOURAD Tous droits reservés à Dr. Sabri MOURDEmerging of a huge market with the modifiedatmosphere packaging which multiply theconservation time of food stuff by 5 to 20 timesApparition of mass industry for Fresh food
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