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 JTST  Vol.6 No.3 , August 2020
Analysis the Influenced of Plain and Twill Structures on Woven Fabric Properties
Abstract: Fabric outer appearance is influenced by various fabric structures. In this research work, the physical properties of plain and twill were analyzed. Physical, mechanical and other aesthetic properties are also tested and the finding results are also compared between two samples. After testing the samples it is found that rubbing fastness remains unchanged for plain and twill fabric. Abrasion resistance, pilling, crease recovery and cover factor were evaluated for twill and plain structures using ISO 12945-2, ISO 12945-1 and ISO 2313 methods respectively. Abrasion resistance and pills property are not good for twill fabric in comparison with plain fabric but crease recovery is better of twill fabric.
Cite this paper: Khan, M. , Mahmud, H. , Das, T. , Abdullah, M. , Khan, T. , Shohan, R. , Al Rafi, S. and Solaiman, M. (2020) Analysis the Influenced of Plain and Twill Structures on Woven Fabric Properties. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 6, 107-113. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2020.63008.
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