Scientific-technical journal


The influence of the number of transitions of warp and weft yarns within the framework of the tissue rapport, the kind used in the Utopian for the physico-mechanical, and consumer properties of the clothing fabrics was studied. It is determined that as the number of transitions of warp and weft threads increases within the limits of the rapport, the tensile load and abrasion of the tissue increase, and the air permeability of the tissue decreases. Kapron weft in the fabric increases the tensile load and tensile elongation in the weft, air permeability of the fabric, however it reduces the abrasion of the fabric.

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