Open Access Research Article

Integration Factor Construction to Improving Aesthetic, Physical and Mechanical Properties of Double Layer Woven Fabrics by Denting and Stitches Systems

El Sayed A Elnashar1* and GV Bashkova2

1Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt

2Ivanovo State Polytechnic University, Russia

Corresponding Author

Received Date: September 17, 2018;  Published Date: October 17, 2018


Clothing for garments, upholstery and geotextiles are designed through integration factor construction (IFC) are differentiated the system of reed denting; the decrease in the (IFC) means that the open porosity for double-layer fabrics increases and at the same time the air permeability also increases. The properties of fabrics were analyzed by determining the efficiency of fabric integration factor construction (IFC). The woven fabric multi-layer structure, the warp and weft densities, and the type of weave are factors of a woven fabric, which as porous material enables to transmit air, heat energy, and liquid perspiration. Several methods considering thread distributions have been developed to determine the woven fabric’s aesthetic, physical and mechanical properties. A mathematical model based on an ideal geometry of the porous structure of a multi-layer woven fabric has been developed.

Keywords: Multi-layer structure; Mechanical and physical; Aesthetic properties

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