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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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The Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Nov 1977
Volume 1, Issue 1 - May 1977
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A Study on Establishment of the Standard Size for High School Girls -The Girls of Seventeen Years Old in Seoul-
Son Won Kyo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 1~5
'Adolescence' is a critical period in the process of growing and aging but important in that an adolescent becomes aware of and begins to look about him or her self. Especially with girls in their late teens (15
18), they pay more attention to their looks and clothes than the boys do, which affects to some extent the formation of their personality and their behavior. From this point .of view. it is significant to establish the standard size of high-school girls' clothes. This study aims to measure high-school girls in size and to establish the standard size of their clothes; furthermore. to enable them to lead a satisfactory living with more appropriate size of clothes. The results, analyzed by two different representing items which resulted in little difference, are as belows: 1) Stature had a significant correlation with posterior waist height; bust girth had the most significant correlation with weight. and also some considerable correlation with other representing items; 2) The F-test result showed significant difference on
level over all the items between the measured (Y) and the estimated (Y); the correlation among the representing items was considerable also; 3) When the measurement increases in stature by 4cm, bust girth by 4cm. and posterior shoulder width by 2cm respectively, the increase or decrease in other items are as shown on Table 4. Since this study was carried out in girls' high-schools in Seoul, it is expected to extend its further study throughout the nation. thus contributing to comprehending the whole truth of people's body-size and promoting the fabrication and modelling of the original clothes for the nation by the strict standard size up to making ready-made clothes with no difficulty in setting the standard and model size.
Experimental Study on the Thermal Insulation of Woman's Korean-Styled Clothes under Still Air Condition -by the Instrumented Copper Mannequin on Standing-posture-
Choi Jeongwha ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 7~13
The insulating values of 7 kinds of woman's Korean-styled clothes were examined on the instrumented copper mannequin standing upright under still air condition in a climatic chamber at
R.H.. Results obtained are as follows: 1) High correlation coefficients were found in both between total insulating values of clothing (IT) and total clothing weight. and between IT and total clothing thickness while no significant difference was found between total clothing weight and total clothing thickness. 2) It seems possible to predict the approximate insulating value of woman's Korean styled clothes on still air condition by the total clothing weight.
A Study on Dopo, Korean Man's Robe
Lee Myoung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 15~23
This article is to study Dopo, man's traditional robe, which was worn by courtiers and scholars in Yi dynasty (AD 1392-1910). This article deals with its history and transition according to relative documents available, and presents its construction method with reference to relics. It is recorded that Dopo was first worn about the middle of the time of Yi dynasty. Dopo, however, seems to have its origin in the robe of Koguryo dynasty (BC 37-AD 668). Dopo was an ordinary robe to court officials, whereas Confucian scholars wore it as an official uniform or a ritual robe. ft was a long over-coat with V-neck line, and, round and wide sleeves. Dopo was so long that its edge reached wearer's ankels. One of the widest sleeves of relics was 58cm in size. Another unique characteristics Dopo had, were that its back cloth splited in two on center line, which was fully covered and added with-another cloth called 'Jeonsam'. Accordingly, a cloth-30cm in width and 30 yards in length-was needed to make Dopo. Since the reform of 1894 it was prohibited to wear, and then was replaced with Durumagi, a strait collar and narrow-sleeved robe.
Analysis of the Waymth Retentivity of Waddings
Chang Shin Yae ; Kahng He Won ; Kim Sung Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 25~29
The warmth retentivity of natural and syntheic waddings as bedding stuff, and further, the machanism of heat transmission through conduction, radiation and convection were analysed. The materials used were cotton, silk, and wool as natural waddings, and polyamide, polyester, regular acrylic, conjugate acrylic, regular polyprepylene and conjugate polypropylene as synthetic waddings. The results of this study are as follow: 1. The warmth retentivity is highest in silk. Following silk in descending order is cotton, conjugate acrylic, polyester, regular acrylic, wool, polyamide, conjugate polypropylene and regular polypropylene. There is not any significant relationship between warmth retentivity and the conductivity of the fibers. 2. Transmission by radiation through the fiber waddings is highest in conjugate polypropylene. Following conjugate polypropylene in descending order is regular polypropylene. polyester. polyamide, conjugate acrylic, regular acrylic, wool, cotton, and silk. This is seen to be in nearly reversed order to the abovementioned order of warmth retentivity. In this respect, warmth retentivity with loose fibreous material as in the case of bedding stuff is primarily affected by the interceptive function of the fibers in heat radiation. 3. Warmth retentivity becomes lower with increasing air content of the waddings. This is because heat transmission by radiation incrases as air content increases. The air content increase is due to the fact that the air is unable to intercept heat radiation. In addition, heat transmission accelates in proportion to the increase in convection as the air gap enlarges.
Studies on the Detergency Characteristics of Free Fatty Acid in Oily Soil. Part 1. Detergency of Palmitic Acid.
Chung Hae Won ; Kim Sung Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 31~37
The effects of surfactants and concentration of NaOH in surfactant solution on the removal of free fatty acid soil from cotton fabrics were investigated. Cotton fabrics were soiled with palm itic acid which is the most common fatty acid found in natural oily soil and washed in Lauder-ometer with various types of surfactant with or without NaOH. The rate of soil removal was estimated by analyzing palmitic acid contents in fabric before ar d after washing. Analysis of palmitic contents was made by extracting palmitic acid with azeotropic mixture of alcohol-benzene and the extracts were titrated with standard NaOH solution. It was shown that the types of surfactant are important factor in free fatty acid removal and the efficiency increases in the following order: SLS
of initial sorption. In relation to the mechanism of detergency, the suspending and emulsifying power of surfactants were also examined. From the results of this experiments, it could be concluded that the soap formation with alkali and the suspending power of surfactant arc significant factors in free fatty acid soil removal, but the emulsifying power of it is neglizible.
한국봉제공업의 현황과 전망
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 39~40
Foundation Garment의 수출현황
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 1, issue 1, 1977, Pages 41~42