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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 11, Issue 3 - Dec 1987
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Aug 1987
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Apr 1987
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A Study on the Pile Fastness of the Cotton Double Velvet
Ryu Duck Hwan ; Park Sam Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 1~10
We selected four kinds of cotton velvet and chafed before and after cleaning, then in accordance with abrasion times we measured of pile exclusion rate and examined the relationship of the pile exclusion rate, its thickness and the air permeability. An experimental study was carried out the pile weave construction, the density, the yarn to yarn, the shrinkage, and the pile substantiality. The results were as follows: 1. In accordance with increments of shrinkage phenomenon of pile fabric for cleaning process, pile exclusion rate was decreased. 2. The ground weave of pile fabric and the yarn to yarn of warp and weft direction were affected by the pile exclusion. 3. It is linear of pile substantiality of pile fabric and pile fastness. 4. In estimation of pile exclusion rate, it is proper to make use of air permeability and measuring value of thickness.
A Study on the Clothing Pressure variation according to arm movement and ease of basic pattern
Cho Jung Mee ; Kim Hae Kyuong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 11~19
The objectives of this study were: 1. To investigate the relationship between arm movement and clothing pressure in the upper arm and shoulder blade area. 2. To find out the relationship between ease of basic pattern and clothing pressure in the upper arm and shoulder blade area. 3. To study any interaction between arm movement and ease of clothing on the clothing pressure. This study was an experimental research using the measuring devices of clothing pressure. The subjects were the unmarried college women. Arm movements were 3 types(
) to the horizontal direction. The ease of basic pattern in the breast was 3 types(4 cm, 6 cm, 8cm). The statistical analyses used in this study included mean, standard deviation and one-way analysis of variance. The results obtained from this research were as follows; 1. The whole clothing pressure increased as the angle of the arm movement increased. Part of upperarm and shoulder blade above axillar gave high clothing pressure while part of upperarm and shoulder blade above upper breast, low pressure. Difference between highest clothing pressure and lowest clothing pressure increased as the arm movementdid. 2. The whole clothing pressure increased as the ease of the basic pattern in breast decreased. No matter how the ease of basic pattern in the breast area varied, the Points where generally showed high and low pressure were identical. 3. The whole arm pressure increased as the movement angle increased and the ease of pattern in breast area decreased. Difference between highest clothing pressure and lowest clothing pressure increased as the movement angle increased and the ease decreased.
The Effects of the Superimposed Fabrics on the Air-Permeability
Chung Jung-Sook ; Chung Un-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 21~28
Since the air permeabilities are closely connected with clothing hygiene, air permeabilities required to optimize dressing were studied and measured the air permeabilities that take air layers among fabrics into account. The thickness of air layers were controlled from 3mm to 24mm, and the numbers of air layers were made from one layer to three layers. The samples used were selected in casual wears in spring and autumn. The results obtained are as follows; 1. Specific air permeabilities of superimposed fabrics decreased gradually according to the increase of superimposed number. 2. Specific air permeabilities of the same kind of fabrics increased at first and later decreased by the increase of intervals when the fabrics are superimposed at regular intervals, and those of the different kind of fabrics decreased. 3. Specific air permeabilities of the different kind of fabrics decreased to the 18mm of total thickness in air layers and increased later.
A Study on the Relationship between Women's Values and Preference in Clothing Design
Lee Sun Jae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 29~42
This study was an attempt to survey, the relationships between women's values and preference in clothing design. For the measurement of values scale was to relect the theoretical, economic aesthetic, social. political and religious values explained by Allport-vernon- Lindzey. The preference rate in clothing design consisted of 50 items and 3 factors including color, form and texture. The questionnaire were administered to a sample of women (between college students and adult) who lined in Seoul, Korea. The date for 910 respondents were analyzed by person's carrelation coefficient, to-test and
test. Through this study, the followings were founds; 1. Aesthetic value was the mast important of female college students values and economic value was the most important of adult's values. 2. There were significant relation between values and the preference for clothing form in line and style; 1) In line preference, adult women indicated negative correlation with religious values but positive correlation with aesthetic and political values. 2) In style preference, adult women indicated negative correlation with economic values positive correlation with social values, for female college students indicated positive correlation with aesthetic social and political values. 3. There were significant relation between values and preference for texture in touch, thickness, weight, light and luster; 1) In relationship between texture and values, adult women indicated touchness preference negative correlation with theoretical and religious values, for female college students indicated positive correlation with aesthetic and social values. 2) In thickness preference adult women indicated negative correlation with theoretical values but female college students indicated positive correlation with political values. 3) In weight preference, adult women indicated negative correlation with theoretical values. But female college students indicated positive correlation with religious values. 4) In brightness preference, only adult women indicated positive correlation with social values, negative correlation with economic values. In transparency preference, adult women indicated positive correlation with aesthetic values, negative correlation with religious values. 4. There were significant correlation among color and economic, aesthetic; political and religious values, that is, evacuation and economic political values in adult women there were positive correlation with religious values in female students. 1) In chroma only adult women indicated negative correlation with religious values. In warm and cold, positive correlation with economic values in both of them. 2) In coloration, adult women like a complement color indicated negative correlation with aesthetic values, but positive correlation with political values. 5. There were significant differences in the preference of clothing design between female college students and adult women; correlationship with color variables. Evacuation, both of them indicated negative correlation with chroma positive correlation with warm and cold and coloration. In chroma, adult women indicated negative correlation with coloration and warm and cold, for female students indicated negative correlation with coloration. 6. Comparison with clothing preference: 1) In color preference, adult women liked the most white, brown, blue and black in sequence. Female college students liked the most white, also the next is blue and pink. 2) Clothing design preference, there was significant difference in warm and cold and coloration, adult women more liked than female students. In shape of clothing, both of them indicated significant difference in line and style, female students more liked sporty style. In texture, adult women more liked soft thin light weight and bright. 3) In silhouette preference, the most is H-line, female college students more liked.
A Study on the Visual Evaluation of the Gather Effect in Ruffle
Kwon Young-Suk ; Moon Meyng-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 43~49
To study the visual evaluation on the effect of ruffle's gather, the aesthetic evaluation on the gather's measurements and the image evaluation were performed. Evaluated fabrics were cotton, wool ani synthetic fiber, and 3 kinds of thickness for each fabric were selected. In order to seek for aesthetic gather's measurements, we performed the sensory test by the Rank Method on 5 kinds of gather's measurements(I.5 times, 1. 8times, 2times, 2.5 times, 3 times). For the image evaluation on the effect of the gather, we performed the sensory test by the Semantic Differential Method on the gather's measurements were got high score in the sensory test of the gather's measurements and analyzed by means of a Factor Analysis. The results were as follows. 1. Except 2 times of fabric
(thin cotton), the aesthetic gather's measurements of the ruffle were evaluted 2.5 times in cotton and synthetic fiber, and 2 times in wool. Generally the aesthetic gather's measurements of the ruffle were 2
2.5 times. 2. The image characteristics of the ruffle were established the characteristics of the fabrics as factor 1, the characteristics of the atomosphere as factor 2 and the characteristics of the drape as factor 3. Therefore, we must consider the characteristics of the fabric, the atomosphere and the drape of the ruffle in production of the ruffle.
Anti-static behavior of Synthetic fabrics treated by anti-static agents
Choi Suk-Chul ; Kim Mi-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 51~62
In this study, electrostatic behavior of polyester and nylon fabric treated with anti-static agents were investigated. The effects of the concentration of the agents and curing conditions on the electrostatic charge of the fabrics were studied. And washfastness, lightfastness and physicalproperties of the treated fabrics were also investigated. The results were as follows: 1) Polyethylene glycol alkylester was more effective in antistatic behavior than polyethylene laurylphosphate, and polyester is more effective in anti-static behavior than nylon. 2) Concentration of anti-static agents were suitable in concentration of
. 3) Glyoxal resin was more effective in anti-static behavior than melamine resin, and it was also good in the retaing anti-static behavior after treatments of lightfastness and washfastness. 4) As the condition of curing treatment,
, 1min. for glyoxal resin and
, 4min. for melamine resin is appropriate. 5) In comparison of anti-static behavior according to treating conditions, the simultaneous treatment was more effective than any other treatments. 6) Change of electrostatic charge of anti-static nylon cloths after treatments of lightfastness and washfastness increased greatly in above 10 laundering time and 20 fade-O-meter time. 7) In physical properties according to concentration of treating agents. decrease of physical properties scarcely appeared in concentration of treating agents
Hydrolysis of Silk Fibroin with Boiling Water, Hydrochloric Acid, and Sodium Hydroxide -On the Quantitative Change in Terminal Amino Group Content-
Park Chan Hun ; Dho Seong Kook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 63~69
Silk fibroin is likely to be hydrolyzed by acids or alkalies at high temperature, and the degree of the hydrolysis has been inferred from the changes in tensile strength and elongation. But, in this experiment, it was intended to infer that from the quantitative changes in terminal aminp group content as well as in tensile strength and elongation. Silk yarn was treated with boiling water, hydrochloric acid, and sodium hydroxide under various conditions. The boiling water somewhat degraded silk fibroin. Silk yarn treated with sodium hydroxide contained more terminal amino group than that treated with hydrochloric acid. This result agreed fairly well with the loss in weight, tensile strength, and elongation: the terminal amino group content increased with the decrease of tensile strength, elongation, and weight. The damage by sodium hydroxide to the silk fibroin was greater than that by hydrochloric acid.
A Study on the Clothing Behavior of Home makers Related to Their Marital Adjustments
Lee Sungyung ; Kahng Hewon ; Cho Gilsoo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 71~78
The puropose of this study was to investigate the relationships between four aspects of clothing behavior ana marital adjustment. Marital adjustment was measured with the Spaniel's Marital Adjustment Scale. The questionnaire measuring clothing behavior consisted of items designed to assess dressing for self, dressing for others, self-concept regarding clothing and dependence in clothing. This questionnaire was selected and revised from inventories of such researchers as Pasnak, Sin, Lee, Park and Creekmore. This questionnaire was administered to 269 home makers in Seoul. Statistical analyses utilized in this study included correlation coefficients and
test. The results were as followes: 1. Marital adjustment showed significant and positive relationships with dressing for self, dressing for others, ana self-concept regarding clothing. 2. Marital adjustment was negatively correlated to dependence in clothing.
A study on the properties of commercial nonwoven fabrics
Soon Song Wha ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 79~85
The purpose of this study was to help the consumer about the care of nonwoven fabrics by investigation of the properties such as launderability. shrinkage, color fastness and strenth. Materials used were two types, soft and stiff, of commercial nonwoven fabrics. Deter-gents used were neutral detergents, synthetic detergents and dry cleaning solutions(perch-toro-ethylene) The results of this study were summerized as follows; 1. Laundering of nonwoven fabrics in low temperature is more ideal as morphological changes by laundering in high temperature were more prominent than that in low temperature. 2. Ironing of nonwoven fabrics wants more attention on environmental temperature as the rate of shrinkage in high temperature was higher than that in low temperature. Neutral detergents are more desirable as the rate of shrinkage of nonwoven fabrics by laundering with synthetic detergents was more prominent than that with neutral deter-gents. The rate of shringkage of nonwoven fabrics was not affected by dry cleanining. 3. Special care is wanted in order to prevent color transfer from non woven fabrics to polyester or wool during dry cleaning or laundering as the color fastness test show that color changes of nonwoven fabrics were not affected, but that color stain was increased on polyester or wool. 4. The strength was affected by composition of fibers and types of nonwoven fabrics, soft or stiff.
A study on the name of Dan-Ryong in China
Moon Koang-Hi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 87~96
Dan-Ryong is the traditional clothing that was worn the entire of oriental nations, and it was spreaded from Sun-Bi tribe to China about A.D. 4C. The first, the name of Dan-Ryong was translated with 25-Sa and Ancient-History Book. Among the name of Dan-Ryong, the follows were different between the name and shape. Jang-Bok was the colored Dan-Ryong, So-Bok was the unfigured black Dan-Ryong and removed Hyung-Bae, Ea-Mun-Pho was the Dan-Ryong of embroidered figure poetry, and Ja-Sam was the real short and tight Dan-Ryong. The second, some problems were given by translated Dan-Ryong's name. The results of the problems were as follows; 1. Dan-Ryong was oriented from Won-Wi. 2. At Su-Dynasty, there was going to the persuit of Han-Dynasty Courtesy, but they liked useful custom. Therefore Dan-Ryong was worn in daily life among the population. 3. At Dang-Dynasty, Ho-Bok was devided with three meanings. The first was Go-Sub, the second was Dan-Ryong of Buk-Jo about A.D. 3
5 C and the last meaning was the clothing of Uighur, Turkey, Persia and etc. about A.D. 7 C. 4. The name of neck-line shape was started at Song and the majority arised about A.D. 12 C. and Dan-Ryong was only arised at Myong-Dynasty. 5. Gok-Ryong, except Song-Sa and Sam-Je-He-Bo, was different from Dan-Ryong and it was shape of neck-line inside of Jik-Ryong.
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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 11, issue 1, 1987, Pages 97~103