Investigating comfort properties of 3/1 Z twill weaved denim fabrics


Ozkan E. T. , Kaplangiray B.

17th World Textile Conference of the Association-of-Universities-for-Textiles (AUTEX) - Shaping the Future of Textiles, Greece, 29 - 31 May 2017, vol.254 identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Volume: 254
  • Doi Number: 10.1088/1757-899x/254/18/182013
  • Country: Greece
  • Keywords: denim fabrics, thermal comfort, moisture management, KNITTED FABRICS

Abstract

Denim jeans are preferred because of durability and easy washing properties. Nowadays the expectations of consumers from denim fabrics are changed towards design and comfort properties. Fort this reason, thermal and moisture comfort properties of denim fabrics should be examined. This paper aims to investigate thermal, air permeability and moisture management properties of 3/1 Z twill weaved denim fabrics. These fabrics are produced mainly from cotton with different yarn count and cover factors are close to each other.