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Fabric drape is an important parameter for the aesthetic appearance of fabrics. It can be measured using Cusick's drape meter, where the drape coefficent is obtained with a laborious cutandweigh method. Presents a method using image analysis for measuring the drape coefficient. With this method,...
Presents the possibility of utilization of the textile heating element for designing protective clothing. Investigation of the textile heating element has been carried out and it has been found that a conductive woven fabric of specific resistance should not be higher than 4102 m. Physical...
Seam pucker can be predicted using thickness, weight, and weft and warp cantilever bending stiffness as inputs to a back propagation neural network technique. Correlation coefficients between network approximation and subjective assessment of higher than 0.875 have been reported, which validate...
Reviews the sizing systems developed in several countries the USA, Austria, England, Germany, Hungary, Japan and South Korea. A comparison of these systems shows that the way of labelling garment sizes has varied from one sizing system to another most of the sizing systems classified figure...
Discusses parameters which would affect the quality of imitation woollen goods made from polyester filaments. Analyses major factors such as raw materials, fabric structure, dyeing and finishing, etc. which are responsible for the final imitation effects. Includes examples of several typical...
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