Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Textile Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering
World University of Bangladesh
Mr. Md Mostafizur Rahman is an Assistant Professor and Head of the Textile Engineering Department, World University of Bangladesh. Mr. Rahman has received his Master of Science in Textile Engineering from Mawlana Bhasani Science and Technology University, Bangladesh in 2014. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in Textile Engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2007. Mr. Rahman started his career as a senior executive at Interstoff Apparels Ltd. Gazipur, Bangladesh in 2008 before moved to World University of Bangladesh as Lecturer in 2010. He has experienced to design and review of the curriculum regularly and also overlooks the activities and professional development of faculty members. He also served as a Chairman for the Program Self-Assessment Committee, Department of Textile Engineering, under the HEQEP Project of UGC. He has published a number of papers in international journals and also published a book chapter under a publisher: Wiley – Scrivener.
Master of Science in Textile Engineering (April 2014)
Mawlana Bhasani Science and Technology University, Tangail, Bangladesh.
Bachelor of Science in Textile Engineering (October 2007)
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Polymer Composites, Environmental Science, Industry 4.0, Fabric Properties.
The textiles and apparels are the basic needs of human beings and to meet the different types of requirements in different arena different types of textiles and apparel industries have been established. This large no of industries creates enormous job opportunities but at the same time the environment, where we live is now a challenging situation because of the production of large quantities of wastes by these industries. Textile industries especially dyeing, printing, finishing units used a massive volume of chemicals, a maximum of which are toxic and carcinogenic. These hazardous chemicals destroying the ecological system of the environment. Application of biochemical engineering or living organisms can be a good substitute for these hazardous, environment damaging chemicals. The main advantages of living organisms, i.e. enzymes are that the enzymes being used in mild conditions, such as medium temperature and neutral or at the low- level acid condition in maximum cases. Again the effluents produce from the biological process is not deteriorating to the environment as like as the effluents of conventional methods. This chapter will focus on the origin, types, composition, and application process of different types of enzymes in the chemical treatment of textile materials. The environmental impact of these biological processes will also be analyzed in this chapter.
Textile coloration refers to dyeing and printing process. Dyeing is the thorough coloration of textiles while printing is the localized application of colorants and chemicals by any method which can produce particular effect of color on the fabric according to the design. This chapter discusses about the both modern technologies that are being utilized widely in textile coloration and future possible sustainable technologies. Conventional aqueous dyeing and printing processes consume a great quantity of water that creates waste water processing difficulties which arise global environmental threat, an alarming concern for sustainable development. On contrast, the scope, processing techniques, required machinery & equipment, advantages and other aspects of the emerging sustainable ecofriendly dyeing technologies like supercritical carbon dioxide dyeing, air dyeing, plasma assisted dyeing, laser assisted dyeing, ultrasound assisted dyeing, microwave assisted dyeing,
1. Book Chapter: Polymers for textiles production; Book name: Frontiers of Textile Materials: Polymers, Nanomaterials, Enzymes, and Advanced Modification Techniques, Publisher: Wiley – Scrivener, 2020.
2. M. Rahman, M. Ramachandran (2015), “Emerging trends in textile industry – exploring ultraviolet radiation protection clothing”, International journal on textile engineering and processes, 1 (4), Pp – 14 – 17.
3. Md. Mostafizur Rahman, Elias Khalil, Md. Solaiman, Mubarak Ahmad Khan, Joy Sarkar, “Investigation on Physico-Chemical Properties of 100% Cotton Woven Fabric Treated with Titanium Dioxide”, American Journal of Applied Chemistry. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2015, pp. 65-68. DOI: 10.11648/j.ajac.20150302.15
4. M M Rahman, M Solaiman, E Khalil, (2014), “Effect of Titanium Dioxide Treatment on The Properties of 100% Cotton Knitted Fabrics”, American Journal of Engineering Research, 3 (9), Pp. 87-90.
5. M Solaiman, M M Rahman, E Khalil, J Sarkar, (2014), “Consequences of Enzyme Rinse on Physical Properties of Knit Garments”, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology 2(10), Pp. 112-116.
6. Solaiman, M., Khalil, E., Rahman, M., & Sarkar, J. (2014). “Efficiency Losses Calculation and Identify Causes of Losses of Circular Knitting Machine during Knit Fabric Production”. Horizon Research Publishing, USA, Manufacturing Science and Technology, Vol 2(Dec, 2014) No 6, pp. 97–110, DOI: 10.13189/mst.2014.020601
7. E Khalil, J Sarkar, M M Rahman, M Solaiman, (2014), “Influence of Enzyme and Silicone Wash on the Physico-Mechanical Properties of Non-Denim Twill Garments”, International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, 3(10), Pp. 231-233.
8. E Khalil, M Solaiman, J Sarkar, M M Rahman, (2014), “Evaluation of Physico-Mechanical Properties of 1×1 Interlock Cotton Knitted Fabric Due to Variation of Loop Length”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, 2(9), Pp. 193-197.
Sr. Executive, Fabric Development Department, Interstoff Apparels Ltd.
o Analyzed the construction of different fabric samples provided by different buyers
o Demonstrated the machine parameter for fabric knitting, Dyeing, and finishing
o Ensured the quality of the developed fabric
o Implemented the tested results for further development.