Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35663
Title: Functional insole design with moisture comfort performance
Authors: Ye, Q
Li, Y 
Hu, JY
Han, YX
Lin, XF
Li, QH
Wu, XX
Keywords: Functional insole
Structure design
Moisture transfer behaviors
Moisture comfort
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Textile Bioengineering & Informatics Society Ltd
Source: Textile bioengineering and informatics symposium proceedings, 2014, vols 1 and 2, 2014, p. 412-419 How to cite?
Abstract: An innovative multi-layer structure functional insole has been developed and reported in this paper that is named as Moisture Comfort Insole (MCI). MCI can be used to manage moisture transfer behaviors in the micro-climate system of shoe to provide better wearing sensation. Designed MCI structure comprises three layers: The material of top and the middle layer is made from Moisture Management Fabric (MMF). A technical sandwich mesh fabric is further employed as bottom layer to improve ventilation and increase sweat evaporation rate in the in-shoe micro-climate. Material physical properties were evaluated including transmission capability on liquid, according to the standard AATCC 195. Ten subjects aging from 25 to 45 participated wear trail experiment for comparative study between MCI and Commercial Insole (Cl). Subjective investigation results disclosed that multi-layer MCI has better wearing experience than CI in perceived comfort sensation under various sweating conditions. Better moisture management capacity was found under low sweating condition from the evaluation.
Description: 7th Textile Bioengineering and Informatics Symposium (TBIS 2014) / 5th Asian Protective Clothing Conference (APCC 2014), Hong Kong, Peoples R China, 6-8 August 2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35663
ISSN: 1942-3438
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