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  • Planning the macropore area of woven fabrics
    Dobnik-Dubrovski, Polona ; Brezočnik, Miran
    This paper reports the comparative analysis of predictive models for one of the woven fabric macroporosity properties, e.g. the area of a macropore's cross-section. Following construction parameters ... are observed in this research- yarn linear density, fabric tightness, weave type and denting. Predictive models are derived to describe the influence of fabric construction. Empirical models, based on a statistical technique (a three-factor analysis), which shows much better agreement with real values according to the ideal mathematical models that include some simplifying assumptions, were first developed. While woven fabrics made from staple yams have much more heterogeneity of macropore size, shape, and orientation compared to fabrics made from mono- or multifilament yarns, the results were not good enough. The next stage of our research was to use another modelling tool (genetic programming) to predict macroporosity property precisely enough. This work is focused on engineering staple cotton fabrics in a grey state in terms of macropore's area.
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del
    Leto - 2003
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 8541206