PP/Tencel/흡한속건PET/하이브리드 복합사 구조가 고감성 의류용 직물의 물성에 미치는 영향

PP/Tencel/흡한속건PET/하이브리드 복합사 구조가 고감성 의류용 직물의 물성에 미치는 영향
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Effect of Hybrid Yarn Structure Composed of PP/Tencel/Quick dry PET on the Physical Property of Fabric for High Emotional Garment
wicking and drying; sheath core hybrid yarns; siro-fil yarns; thermal conductivity; water vapor resistance; 흡수 및 건조성; 시스코어 하이브리드사; 사이로필사; 열전도도; 투습저항)
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한국의류산업학회지, v.17, no.3, pp.462 - 475
This paper investigated the characteristics of the physical properties of woven fabrics according to the yarn structure and fibre property. It was found that wicking property of woven fabrics made of sheath/core hybrid yarn were better than those of siro spun and siro-fil hybrid yarns, which was caused by platform for transport of moisture vapor by filaments on the core part of sheath core hybrid yarns. In drying property, the fabric specimen woven by PP/Tencel sheath core hybrid yarns as a warp and Coolmax/Tencel spun yarn as a weft showed quick drying property, which was caused by the sheath core hybrid yarn structure as drainage of water moisture and coolmax fibre characteristics as quick dry material. Concerning to breathability and thermal conductivity as heat transport phenomena, it was observed that breathability of fabrics woven with hybrid yarns such as sheath core and siro-fil in the warp and hi-multi filaments in the weft showed the lowest water vapor resistance, which was explained as due to for air gap in the fibres of the spun yarns to restrict the wet heat transport from perspiration vapor. Thermal conductivities of the fabrics woven with PET/Tencel siro-fil yarns in the weft and hybrid yarns such as sheath core and siro-fil in the warp revealed the highest values, which was observed as due to higher thermal conductivity of PET than PP and more contact point between fibres in the sirofil and sheath core hybrid yarns.
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