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Purpose – The knowledge of structural parameters of nonwovens media is poorly understood. The pores size distribution (PSD) function is one of those parameters. The difficulty is not only the understanding of the distribution of pores but also the identification of pores geometry distribution...
Purpose – This paper aims to discuss the development of a software tool UniverFilter™ which is capable of geometrical modelling of 3D woven fabrics, interfacing with computational fluid dynamics tools to numerically determine the fluid (and more specifically liquid) flow path and simulating the...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present recent work for optimizing the estimation of ease allowance of a garment using fuzzy logic and sensory evaluation. Design/methodology/approach – The current method first generates a number of fuzzy models each corresponding to one specific key...
Purpose – The research in this paper aims to investigate the perception created by clothing style and semantic space to describe this perception. The results of study could be applied to establish relation between customers' feelings and design elements. Design/methodology/approach – Women's...
Purpose – The research documented in this paper aims to identify the components and characters of color perception and to establish the basis for color perception description and evaluation. Design/methodology/approach – Ten pairs of antonyms obtained on the basis of investigation were suggested...
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