Md. Saiful Hoque
Pronouns: he, him, his
Area of Study / Keywords
Protective Clothing Material Degradation Predictive Model Textile Production Sustainability
The primary area of Saiful's research corresponds to current issues encountered with protective clothing against heat and flame, which include materials aging, lack of comfort, and protection against toxic combustion gases. For instance, intense heat and other severe conditions sustained by protective clothing against heat and flame in service cause premature aging of the high-performance fibers; what makes it even more worrisome is that there are sometimes no visible clues before the loss in performance has reached a dangerous level.
As part of his doctoral research project, Saiful studies the aging behavior of fabrics used as an outer shell in protective clothing against heat and flame to better understand the mechanisms and kinetics of degradation resulting from exposure to conditions encountered in service. He will also develop predictive models of the residual performance of the fabrics as a result of use.
Md. Saiful Hoque, Patricia I. Dolez
Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2023 June; 10.1002/app.54255
Md. Saiful Hoque, Md. Imranul Shahid, Abdullah Al Parvez, Md. Jakir Hossain, Sheenrina Miyan Sheen
AATCC Journal of Research. 2022 September;
Partha Sikdar, Tanvir Mahady Dip, Avik K. Dhar, Maitry Bhattacharjee, Md. Saiful Hoque, Solaiman Bin Ali
Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2022 September; 139 (38)
Ikra Iftekhar Shuvo, Md. Saiful Hoque, Lovely K.M. Khandakar
Journal of Natural Fibers. 2022 July;
Md. Saiful Hoque, Ankit Saha, Hyun-Joong Chung, Patricia I. Dolez
Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2022 May; 130 (30)