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Influence of Weave Parameters on Woven Fabric Tear Strength

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1312

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Abstract:

The influence of weave on woven fabric tear strength is analysed in this paper. Brierlay’s factor Fm, Milašius’ factor P and P’ and modification of  parameter P made by the authors (P’weft) were used in the investigations presented. Woven fabrics of 100 % viscose multifilament yarn manufactured from the same yarns and with the same density but with seven different weaves (plain weave, weft rib 2/2, warp rib 2/2, twill 2/2, twill 3/1, basket weave 2/2 and 4 healds sateen) were used for the investigations. It was stated that the well-known weave parameters of Brierley Fm and Milašius P and P’ cannot be used for the prediction of the tear strength of all kinds of weaves without any limitations. All parameters presented can be used for the strength prediction of a weave when they are divided into two groups – a rib-based group and  twill-based group. Prediction of the tear strength for rib-based weaves in the weft has to be carried out using  parameter P’weft , where the influence of parameters P1 and P is varied.

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woven fabric, weave, tear strength.

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Milašius R, Legaudienė B, Laureckienė G. Influence of Weave Parameters on Woven Fabric Tear Strength.
FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2018; 26, 4(130): 48-51. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1312

Published in issue no 4 (130) / 2018, pages 48–51.

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