Presents an original method of measurement of pressures on the working surfaces of clothing presses. It has been found that the mechanical properties of linings have a significant effect on the pressure distribution. Based on theoretical assumptions, a manner of selection of the lining for a technological task has been determined. Results of the experiments have confirmed the correctness of the assumptions made. The pressure distribution charts obtained also permit estimation of the effect of constructional errors of clothing presses on their effectiveness, particularly in the technology of glue joints.
International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 1, 1997
Keywords: Clothing industry; Mathematics; Modelling; Poland
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