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Influence of Fabric Pattern on the Abrasion Resistance Property of Woven Fabrics

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In this experimental study, the abrasion resistance properties of woven fabrics were investigated as a function of weave type. Seven woven fabrics with different weave derivatives were woven with 100% cotton and 20 Tex (Ne 30/1) combed ring spun yarn for this investigation. These fabrics were tested with a Martindale Abrasion Tester to determine the abrasion resistance property. The abrasion resistance of the fabrics was evaluated according to their mass loss ratio after 4 different cycles (5,000, 7,500, 10,000, 15,000) of the Martindale Abrasion testing device. According to data obtained from the test results of sample weave patterns, we observed that the weave pattern has a significant effect on the abrasion resistance property of woven fabrics (P < 0.01). Furthermore, it was also noted that the number of rubbing cycles has a significant effect on the abrasion resistance property of woven fabrics (P < 0.01). Tukey test results showed that weave types with a high number of floats and low number of interlacings decrease the abrasion resistance property (P < 0.05).

Tags: weave.abrasion resistance, woven fabric mass loss, rubbing

Published in issue no 1 (66) / 2008, pages 54–56.

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