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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
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Volume 3, Issue 5 - Dec 2001
Volume 3, Issue 4 - Nov 2001
Volume 3, Issue 3 - Aug 2001
Volume 3, Issue 2 - May 2001
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Feb 2001
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섬유재료의 계면전위(Zeta potential) 측정 및 활용기술
Lee, Ki-Poong ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 1~8
국립민족학박물관의 복장 데이터베이스 작성과 이용
Takahashi, Haruko ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 9~14
A Study on the Thermal Resistance of Wool Fabric Constructions
Kim, Tae-Hoon ; Jun, Byung-Ik ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 15~19
The purpose of this study was to determine the thermal characteristics of men's suits ensembles and their fabrics. For the study, 100% wool fabrics were woven with various fabric structure, fabric density and yam count and With the use of these, 12 men's suits were made with the same design. Physical characteristics that affect thermal transport properties, including drapery, cover factor; bulk density, keeping warmth ratio, vapor permeability, air permeability and porosity of the fabrics were measured. In addition, thermal resistance of men's suit ensembles, including Y-shirts, inner wear and socks was measured on the thermal manikin in the environmental chamber. The result of the study was as follows: 1. In terms of fabric structure, keeping warmth ratio of plain woven fabrics was higher than those of twill and satin woven fabrics and also, vapor and air permeability and porosity of plain woven fabrics were higher than those of twill and satin woven fabrics. 2. The result showed that thermal resistance of 12 ensembles were in the range of 0.77clo~0.97clo. 3. There was little correlation between woven condition such as, including structure, fabric density and yam count and thermal resistance of ensembles.
A Study on the Estimate for Sewing Process by the Mechanical Properties of Commercial Korean Fabrics
Moon, Myung-Hee ; Choi, Suk-Chul ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 20~24
The primary objective of this study was to empirically explore the mechanical properties of marketing Korean fabrics by using KES-FB system and estimate the sewability of Korean clothes by the mechanical properties. From the empirical research, it was found that Korean fabrics for spring and summer has been transformed easier and less flexible by shearing Korean fabrics for autumn and winter. Also, it was found that there is a significant difference in the hand value as tensile, surface and compression. It was found that Korean fabrics for spring and summer has a stiffness and elastic properties of matter and Korean fabrics for autumn and winter has a bulky and abundant elasticity. Finally, it was found that Korean fabrics for autumn and summer in the joint of account of the mechanical properties. Also, the difficulties of process has been expected by sewability like seam-pucker, over feed, sewing and steam-press.
Analysis of the Structure of Lockstitched Seam according to Sewing Thread Tension
Suh, Jung-Kwon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 25~30
In order to investigate the influence of thread tension on the structure of lockstitch seam, stitch tightness and seam balance ratio are measured at various tensions of needle thread and bobbin thread. The structure of lockstitch was shown in terms of skeleton stitch models to obtain quantitative analysis of stitch tightness. The balanced seam formed to the rectangu1ar stitch model under low bobbin thread tension, but the fabric tightness produced by interlaced needle and bobbin thread under high bobbin thread tension. In this paper, new equation to obtain seam balance ratio was proposed for a lockstitch seam. By using the new equation, the seam balance ratio was not affected by the stitch density and fabric thickness. In order to form the balanced seam, the ratio on tension of needle thread and bobbin thread was about 6:1~7:1 in this experiment.
Dyeability of Colorant in Eucommiae Cortex - Analysis of Color Difference Value Depending on Dyeing Condition -
Jung, Ji-Yoon ; Suh, Young-Sook ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 31~34
The color difference values of dyed fabrics with colorant in Eucommiae Cortex were as follows; One hour of dyeing depending on pH at
exhibited colors of dark brown, light brown, light beige and grey. The colors of wool, nylon and silk was darkest brown at pH 3 but light brown or yellow as pH increased. In all dyed fabrics the color was changed to darker brown as time prolonged, however; there was no further color change and value and chroma of wool declined. At pH 3, the increase in temperature turned colors of all dyed fabrics into dark brown from light yellow. As the result of repetitive dyeing, colors of all dyed fabrics gradually turned into darker brown. The methods of mordant resulted in color changes between light yellow and dark brown without various color changes.
The Natural Dyeing of Silk Fabric with Onion Shell
Kim, Sang-Yool ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 35~41
Dyeing properties of silk fabric with onion shell were studied by investigating the effect of dyeing conditions, such as concentration of onion shell, dyeing temperature, dyeing time and pH, on dye uptakes. And also the effects of mordants and mordanting methods or color change and dye uptakes were investigated. For the practical use, the various color fastness of dyed and mordanted fabric were evaluated. The color fastness was improved when Fe mordant was added.
A Study on Polyurethane Treatment of Fabric - Synthesis of Water Dispersing Agent, and Anti-static and Softening Finishing -
Ahn, Young-Moo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 42~47
The hardening system of polyurethanes has usually caused by air pollution. bad working condition and fire hazard according to using orgarnic solvents. Therefore there have been researched on emulsion, water soluble and colloid-dispersion based water soluble instead of using organic solvents recently. This study synthesized polyurethane dispersing particle by means of mixing precursor and neutralized emulsion method. In the first step, polyurethane was preparated from isophorone diisocyanate and poly (ethylene-adipate) glycol, and got precursor by introducing dimethyl propionic acid as a hydrophilic group. Synthesized polyurethane was bonded to the surface of fiber and crosslinked as a anti-static agent, and then looked for the change of color and softening property.
A Study on Silk Fabrics Treated with Flame Proofing Agent (DPBAP)
Lee, Gi-Jo ; Lee, Kwang-Woo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 48~52
The study was conducted to find out suitable flame proofing on silk fabrics and to examine closely the flame retardancy effect and the physical properties changes of the silk, which was dyed by natural dyes and synthetic dyes, treated with agent (Diphenylbutylamidophosphate (DPBAP)). The results of the study were as follows: 1) Silk could be treated with DPBAP easily soluble in water by means of simple Pad-Dry-Cure. 2) The add-on of silk fabrics dyed by natural dyes was more than that of silk fabrics dyed by synthetic dyes. 3) The silk fabrics dyed by india ink among natural dyes has more flame retardancy effect in before treating with flame proofing agent than in after treating with it. 4) The physical properties (stiffness and tensile strength) of the silk fabrics treated with flame retardancy agent were little changed.
A Study on Miao Traditional Costume of Guizhou Province in China (I) - Centering Around Women's Costume in Qiandongnan Autonomous Prefecture -
Hong, Jung-Min ; Kim, Young-Sin ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 53~60
The Miao nationality is one of China's major ethnic group. The Miao traditional costume, as an ideographic symbol of the Miao people, have preserved its unique characteristics up to the present time. Historically there were many old names given only for ciothings, still they have reflected the complexities of the ciothings of the Miao people. The southeast Guizhou (Qiandongnan) modal of dress and ornament are fashionable in countries in the valley of Qingshui River such as Taijiang, Kaili, Leishan, Jianhe, Huangping, Shibing, which are densely populated with the Miao nationality. Women's traditional wear for the most part consists of a short coat with straight sleeves and the left lapel of the collar overlaps the right one (In some areas, the right lapel overlaps the left one). For lower garments, they wear long or medium sized pleated skirts, broad waistbands and leggings. Their attire may be of the same style, but there exist marked regional differences and distinctive features in dress materials, workmanship, contents and variety of designs and colour matching, as evolved from tradition. Merely from the embroidering skill and the materials used, one can judge where the dress is made.
An Analysis on Shopping Orientations of Small Store User in Yhasi street of Dong-Sung Ro, Daegu
Kim, Jung-Won ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 61~69
The purpose of this study was to analyze the purchasing behavior related factors of Small Store User in Yhasi street of Dong-Sung Ro, Daegu. Frequency,
-test MANOVA, ANOVA and Duncan multiple range test were used to analyze the sample. The results of this study were as follows: 1) The largest sample were as follows: un married female, college students of twenties, 101-200 thousand won for salaries. 2) The factors of purchasing behavior were classified into 8 factors, enjoy shopping, store image, unique goods, culture space, salesperson, low price, information seeking, value via price orientation. 3) There were significant differences found between attitude on information source, number of seeking store, music in shop, music sound, size, display, price, street, in their factors of purchasing behavior (unique goods, value via price, low price, store image, enjoy shopping) 4) There were significant differences found between demographic characteristics (personal sales, location, transportation) in their factors of purchasing behavior (salesperson, cultural space, store image).
Case Analysis of Textile Design Education at Korean Technical High Schools Case Analysis of Inchon Gril's Polytechnic High School
Yoo, Young-Mee ; Kim, Chan-Ju ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 1, 2001, Pages 70~80
This study was designed to investigate actual conditions of textile design education at technical high school in Korea, and to present possible solutions for improving its effectiveness. Inchon Girl's Polytechnic high School was selected as sample of case study because it was the only school which has textile design major. Survey was done through questionnaire and telephone interview. 100 students, 25 graduates, 8 teachers, and 8 managers of textile industry were involved in survey. The data were analyzed by using frequency, t-test, correlation. Statistical analysis resulted in the following suggestions to be considered for maximizing the effectiveness of the textile design education at technical high schools: First, the curriculum should be flexibly reorganized to come up with trends in the market and demands from industry, and also to stimulate and motivate students into the biggest achievements possible. Second, more weight should be given to practical design subjects which have proved to be preferred by students and industry by reducing class hours for non-design subjects or theoretical subjects. Third, equipments and facilities for practical exercise should be open to students anytime needed so that students can improve their practical skills without any restrictions. Fourth, new teachers having majored in textile design at the university should be employed and the existing teachers should be periodically re-educated to keep abreast with new knowledges and technology. Fifth, The solidarity and the connection between schools and companies should be reinforced, not only to provide graduates with more chances to get a job, but also to make education at schools refreshed and updated.