Volume 13, Issue 3

Consumer Features of Shirt Fabrics


A B. Zholdasova1, A.D. Daminov2, S.S. Rakhimkhodzhaev2


Technology should be used to produce shirts with cotton threads in the warp and modal threads in the weft, while also taking the local climate into consideration. High-quality shirt textiles are produced from cotton threads, yarns, and their combinations thanks to contemporary high-speed weaving equipment. F1 (designed fabric, summer version) has the following qualities, according to a comparison of fabric samples made using raw materials F0 (standard fabric) and F1. The absolute values of the breaking load are the same and meet standards. The greater the weaving of the fabric, the greater the elongation at the break. The reason for this is that modal fibers have a larger elongation at break than cotton fibers. The tissue sample F5 showed the maximum elongation at break, while the tissue sample F1 showed the least elongation at break value; the hygroscopicity of absolute values increased by 12% and complies with standards. Due to an increased tissue report, shirt fabric's hygroscopicity increases by 33% for F5 tissue samples; crease resistance absolute values also increase by 35% and meet norms. Because of a higher fabric report, shirt fabric's resistance to wrinkles is 15% lower for F5 fabric samples. Adding extra modal fibers to shirt fabric while maintaining the same final thread count results in a softer, more flexible fabric. The shirt fabric's loss of strength decreases with the amount of modal fibers increases. This is a result of modal fibers' exceptional resilience to light weather; criteria are met and absolute air permeability rises by 25%. Because of the enhanced fabric report, air permeability for developed fabric samples increases by 15% for F5 fabric samples; absolute drapability improves by 5% and satisfies requirements. Due to an increase in fabric report, drapability for F5 fabric samples in the generated fabric samples increases by 13%.



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A B. Zholdasova1, A.D. Daminov2, S.S. Rakhimkhodzhaev2 | Consumer Features of Shirt Fabrics | DOI : https://doi.org/10.62226/ijarst20241328

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