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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
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Volume 1, Issue 4 - Nov 1999
Volume 1, Issue 3 - Aug 1999
Volume 1, Issue 2 - May 1999
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Feb 1999
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임플란트용 섬유재료의 진보
Ahn, Young-Moo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 99~104
미국과 일본 유통업체의 PB상품 개발 전략 사례
Jung, Song-Heang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 105~108
The Effects of Clothing Shopping Orientations on Consumers' Emotions in Clothing Stores based on Level of Clothing Involvement
Cho, Sun-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 109~118
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of clothing shopping orientations on consumers emotions in clothing stores based on level of clothing involvement. For this purpose, factor analysis was used to identify shopper types by clothing shopping orientation and factors of consumers' emotions and multiple regression analysis was used in each level of upper 25% and lower 25% of clothing involvement to find out the effects of clothing shopping orientations on consumers' emotions. The results of this study can be summarized as follows; 1. 4 factors were found in clothing involvement. 2. 6 factors were found in clothing shopping orientations but 'recreational shopping orientation' 'economic shopping orientation' of high loading factors were used for multiple regression analysis, 3. 4 factors were found in consumers' emotions but 'pleasure' arousal' 'enervation' were selected for multiple regression analysis. 4. In the upper 25% group of clothing involvement level; it is founded that 'recreational shopping orientation' influenced 'pleasure' and 'economic shopping orientation' did not influence 'pleasure'; it is founded that 'recreational shopping orientation' influenced 'arousal' and 'economic shopping orientation' did not influence 'arousal'; 'recreational shopping orientation' and 'economic shopping orientation' did not influence 'enervation'. 5, In the lower 25% group of clothing involvement level; it is founded that 'recreational shopping orientation' and 'economic shopping orientation' influenced 'pleasure' and did not influence 'arousal'; it is founded that only 'economic shopping orientation' influenced 'enervation' negatively.
A Study on the Utilization of Fashion Design Information and the Creation of New Design through Computer
Lee, Soon-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 119~126
The purpose of this study was to serve as a basis for the creation of new design. For attaining the purpose, an investigation was made into the actual condition or problems of domestic and foreign fashion design, and fashion design information was acquired from the Internet. Then, taking the acquired information as the basic data for merchandising, an attempt was made to work out an outline by using the Corel-Trace program, a widely-used computer software, and to modify it by using the Corel-Draw program. The findings of this study were as below: 1) The informations provided by domestic home-pages were largely made up of fashion news and articles on the trend of fashion, but included few of picture report. Almost all of them weren't developed into a database by item or detail. The foreign fashion design web-site were numerous in number, providing diverse information. They offered not only moving images or picture report on fashion show, leading models, photo gallery or fashion trend, but up-dated data everyday. 2) A way to create a design to meet a designer's target is recommended in this study. At first, the fashion information acquired through computer network would be handled by the Corel-Trace program. After Bitmap image would be converted into Vector image, that would be modified by the Corel-Draw program to create a design to suit a designer's target.
The Body Cathexis Difference between Naked Body and After Appearence management Body of 20-30 yrs College Students
Kim, Jung-Won ; Yoon, Jong-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 127~136
The purpose of this research was to investigate the difference between perceptions of the nude body and of the clothed body as measured by body cathexis scale. Subjects were 274 college male and female between 20~30 yrs. Data were analyzed by using frequency, T test, cluster analysis, Duncan test by using Spss for window 8.0 PC program. Significant difference were found between mean scores of male and female on the nude body cathexis (NBC) and clothed body cathexis (CBC) Scales for hair texture, hair color, face, face color, shape of head, eye, lips, forehead, back, trunk, waist, bust, leg of shape, chest, hip. On the difference between male and female, significant differences were found between NBC and CBC scales for all body parts except hair texture, face color, ears, eyes, teech. Male had higher satisfaction than female in both body cathexis. The taller men, the higher body satisfaction with face shape, body shape, height in both body cathexis. Before appearence management, the bigger men, the higher body satisfaction with musle, waist, height, chest, body shape in both body cathexis. Male had higher satisfaction than female in both body cathexis. The taller women, the higher body satisfaction with neck, body shape, height in before appearence management. The bigger women, the higher body satisfaction with heights, weight distributions, waist, height in both.
The Study on the Somatotype and Spinal Deformity among Middle and High School Girls
Lee, Hea-Ju ; Ham, Ok-Song ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 137~147
The purpose of this study was to classify female students' somatotypes, to investigate the relationship between five somatotypes obtained from anthropometric measurements and to examine the relationship between the spinal deformity and somatotypes. The subjects for anthropometric measurements were 844 female middle and high school students. The data were analyzed by cluster analysis, correspondence analysis, Duncan test, and T-test. The results were as follows. Cluster analysis on the factors extracted from directly measured items classified subjects into five types (middle height and a little slim type (39.6%), low height and a little slim type (13.1%), middle height and a little fat type (18.0%), tall and very fat type (7.7%), and very tall and standard type (21.6%). In examining the relationship between the normal people and those of the spinal deformity, the normal showed higher mean value in almost all the items of the girth, the depth, and the length. High school students had more spinal deformity in number than middle school students. The degree of deformity was higher in the right spinal deformity than in the left spinal deformity as the age increased. In terms of the distribution of the spinal deformity classified by the somatotype, Type 1 (middle height and a little slim type) and Type 5 (very tall and standard type) appeared the highest.
Manufacturing of Personal Dress Form by Replica Method -With Special Reference to the Verification of Size-
Shim, Kue-Nam ; Oh, Ji-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 148~153
The purpose of this study was to manufacturing of personal dress form by replica method for draping. The objects were physical body and personal dress form of their torso somatotype. Comparing the measurements of Martin method and of sliding gauge method to examine the fitness of dress form. Dress form was found bigger than physical body. This was due to the transformation in processing that wrap a Suck-Go bandage and pack a polyurethane foam. On the basis of the result, manufacturing of personal dress form and foundation by draping, it was wearing done test on the physical body, through the procedure that investigate the possibility of usage and the manufacture of personal dress form.
The Evaluation of Sewability for Sewing Threads -In Relation to the Breakage of Sewing Threads During Sewing Operation-
Jang, Jeong-Dae ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 154~159
In this study, for different test methods of the performance of sewing threads were used to evaluate the sewability of 10 different industrial threads. Sewability evaluations related to the breakage of thread during sewing operation were investigated by seam length and fabric thickness method (Test 1), thread tension method (Test 2), strength retention method (Test 3), and backward sewing method(Test 4), and discussed. Two of the methods, Test 1 and Test 2, simulated very harsh sewing conditions which each thread could accept as an evaluation of its sewability. Core spun thread ranked with the best sewability generally and followed by air jet textured (ATY) thread. Spun thread was superior to the filament thread in sewing thread type. In general, there was a high degree of correlation in the results of Test 1 and Test 2. The order of sewing thread by sewability test 1 was polyester spun thread, cotton thread, and p/c core spun thread. The order of sewing thread by test 2 was polyester spun thread, and p/c core spun thread. Cotton threads and cotton blended threads performed better in Test 3, and ATY threads and core spun threads in Test 4.
The Effect of Absorption Water on Thermal Properties of Pure Linen and Linen Blended Woven Fabrics
Kwon, Oh-Kyung ; Yi, Chang-Mi ; Sung, Woo-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 160~165
The thermal properies of the pure linen fabrics available in the market and linen blended woven fabrics were measured at the moisture content of 0%, 20%, 40% and 60% using KES-F7 system (Thermo Iabo II type). The experimental properties were statistically analyzed by the rate of water absorbent. The main results were as follows; There is a positive correlation between the thermal insulation value (TIV) and thickness of pure linen fabrics and linen blended woven fabrics by water absorption. Whereas an negative correlation exists between the TIV and cover factor. There is a high positive correlation among the thermal conductivity (k), thickness and weight of pure linen fabrics and linen blended woven fabrics by water absorption. Wherase a high negative correlation exist between the k and air' permeability (Ap). There is a high positive correlation between the feeling of warmth/coldness and bulk density of pure linen and linen blended woven fabrics by water absorption. Wherase a high negative correlation exists between the feeling of warmth/coldness and porosity. There is a negative correlation between TIV and
of pure linen fabrics and linen blended woven fabrics. The higher the rate of water absorbent, the lower the TIV. This means that TIV decreases by water absorption. As for the thermal property by rate of water absorbent
and k increase by water absorption and reach max-value at 60% rate of water absorbent. The TIV decreases by water absorption and has +value at 0% rate of water absorbent, whereas it has -value with a feeling of coldness at 20%, 40%. and 60% rate of water absorbent.
The Changes of the Textured Yam Physical Properties in Polyester Interlacing Texturing Process (I) -The Effect of Nozzle Diameter and Tension Ring-
Lee, Choon-Gil ; Oh, Bong-Hyo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 166~172
An experimental investigation has done for studying the changes of physical properties of the air-jet textured polyester yarn. Through the experiments of polyester 85/72 drawn yarn and 50/36 partially oriented yarn doubling' the following results are obtained. The tenacity of textured yarn decreased as the number of tension rings increased when the nozzle diameter was 1.2 mm. In the case when the tension ring was not used during the texturing process, the tenacity of textured yarn decreased as the nozzle diameter increased. But this tendency changed according to the number of tension rings used, the diameter of the nozzle, and yarn take-up speed. Breaking elongation decreased as the number of tension rings increased from one to four and the take-up speed increased at diameter 1.2 mm of the nozzle. The higher the diameter of the the nozzle the higher the breaking elongation until 1.4 mm. The number of interlacing went down as the diameter of the nozzle increased and the take-up speed of the yarn increased. The higher the number of tension rings, the lower the number of interlacing.
Effects of Ondol Sleep Environment on the Thermo-physiological Response of the Human Body
Kim, Jung-Sook ; Sung, Su-Kwang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 173~181
The purpose of this study was to investigate actual sleeping environments in Ondol rooms depending on the season. The experiment was performed on five healthy women. The bedroom environments using Ondol were measured in five cases (three apartments and two houses). The environments in bedroom, bedding temperature, skin temperature and thermal sensation were measured continuously through the seven days for each season in real life. This data of sleeping environments were analyzed in the view of seasonal variations and housing types. Annual average bedroom temperatures:
in houses. Annual average bedroom humidity: 48.3~82.1% RH in apartments, 64.9~87.0% RH in houses. During sleeping, temperatures of contact surfaces like sheets and under quilts ranged between
regardless of season or housing type. Annual average rectal temperature was
with no significant difference in season or housing type. In the point of thermal sensation, neutral temperature of the bedroom was
in apartments and
in houses. It was concluded that in spite of thermal environmental variations according to the seasons, skin, bedding and bedroom temperatures in apartments were better and more stable than those of houses. It is regarded that while houses are brick structured, apartments are steel-frame structured. Due to better insulation and air tightness, apartments were affected less from outdoor temperature and maintained higher room temperature than houses.
The Changes in Properties of Dress Shirts by Repeated Washing and Drying (I)
Seo, Jung-Hyun ; Sung, Su-Kwang ; Lee, Song-Ja ; Kwon, Hyun-Sun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 2, 1999, Pages 182~187
The study was conducted on the change of value of physical properties, mechanical properties, appearance of seams as repeated washing and drying with 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20 times. Commercial cotton 100%, cotton/polyester 80/20% and polyester 100% dress shirts were used to investigate drying characteristics and physical properties and compare of each materials after repeated drying. The mechanical properties like tensile, shear, surface, compression, thickness and weight were measured by the KES-FB system.