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Analysis of Dependencies of Woven Fabric’s Breaking Force and Elongation at Break on its Structure Parameters

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Author:

  • Kumpikaitė Eglė
    Faculty of Design and Technologies, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania

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Abstract:

In this article, the woven fabric weave factor P1 and the integrated fabric structure factor ϕ, suggested by Milašius, are described. Their qualities are emphasised in comparison with other woven fabric factors. The research results of the woven fabric structure’s influences on its breaking force and elongation at break are also presented in this article; in other words, the dependence of the above-mentioned woven fabric factors on these parameters are presented. The research performed shows that there is no correlation between the weave factor and woven fabric breaking force, although the range of resulting points is wide. As the woven fabric rigidity of weave increases, the weave factor P1 decreases, and the woven fabric elongation at break increases. The integrated fabric structure factor ϕ which evaluates all parameters of the fabric structure, such as warp and weft materials, warp and weft linear densities, warp and weft settings and the fabric weave, also has similar tendencies of dependence.

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woven fabric structure, weave factor, integrated fabric structure factor, breaking force, elongation at break

Published in issue no 1 (60) / 2007, pages 35–38.

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