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Title: The influence of water contents on the handle properties of cotton shirt fabrics
Authors: Cai, T
Li, Y 
Hu, JY
Wang, MK
Liao, X
Wu, XX
Li, QH
Keywords: Cotton shirt
Fabric handle
Physical evaluation
Water content
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Binary Information Press
Source: Textile Bioengineering and Informatics Symposium Proceedings 2014 - 7th Textile Bioengineering and Informatics Symposium, TBIS 2014, in conjunction with the 5th Asian Protective Clothing Conference, APCC 2014, p. 590-593 How to cite?
Abstract: A new type of instrument Fabric Touch Tester was used to test cotton fabric with different water contents. The influence of water content on the handle properties of cotton fabric was studied. Results showed that water content had significant effect on the bending properties, compressive properties and thermal properties of cotton fabric. With the increase of water content from 8% to 23%, the warp banding strength was decreased and the weft banding was increased; the compression recovery strength was decreased and the maximum heat flux value was increased.
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