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Title: Influence of relative density on deformation characteristics of plain weave fabrics
Authors: Stepanović, Jovan
Milutinović, Zoran
Petrović, Vasilije
Pavlović, Milan
Keywords: Breaking force
Breaking elongation
Elasticity levels
Issue Date: Mar-2009
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The deformation characteristics of fabrics in relation to relative thread density have been studied. On the basis of experimental results and theoretical models, some real mathematical dependence has been set up, which can be used for projecting breakage characteristics of plain weave cotton fabrics. Equations for projecting breaking characteristics have been developed on the basis of fabrics geometrical model in linen weave and practical results. The equations include correction coefficients, depending on the relative density in fabrics. The results show that the relative thread density in fabrics affects their deformation characteristics. The relative thread density, if higher than 1 causes weaker quality parameters and this must be taken into consideration during designing of fabric.
Page(s): 69-75
ISSN: 0971-0426
Source:IJFTR Vol.34(1) [March 2009]

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