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Experimental Investigations and Finite Element Model of Heat and Moisture Transfer in Multilayer Textile Packages

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New textile technologies based on lamination and thermoplastic film or volumetric textile architecture creation enable to achieve many desirable effects providing necessary ballistic protection along with a considerable improvement in wearing comfort. In this study a prototype active ventilation system of a 3D textile layer was developed and investigated. The finite element, which represents the forced ventilation layer made of three-dimensional textile material, was created and may be used as a structural element within the overall structural model of the textile package. The element equations are derived on the basis of an ideal gas state equation. Results of the textile layer characteristics measured and numerical data are presented.

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textile multi-layers, ventilation, thermal transport, moisture transport, finite
element modeling.

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Barauskas R, Baltušnikaitė J, Abraitienė A, Grinevičiūtė D. Experimental Investigations and Finite Element Model of Heat and Moisture Transfer in Multilayer Textile Packages. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2012; 20, 6A(95): 112-118.

Published in issue no 6A (95) / 2012, pages 112–118.

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