Chapter_15_Fabrics_and_Related_Structures_-Fall_2011-Student_Version

Chapter_15_Fabrics_and_Related_Structures_-Fall_2011-Student_Version

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FABRICS AND RELATED STRUCTURES Chapter 15 1
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fabric a planar structure consisting of yarns or fibers (ASTM 2000) planar – structure in which the length & width are much higher than the thickness 2
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS woven fabrics formed by interlacing yarns at right angles wide variety 3
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS looped fabrics constructed from one or more continuous yarns by formation of a series of interconnected loops knits stretchable 4
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS knotted fabrics created by knotting yarns together 5
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS nonwoven fabrics web of fibers held together by interlocking fibers mechanical action fusing fiber felt, bark cloth not technically classified 6
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS stitch-through fabrics stitch bonded 2 sets of yarns or masses of fibers stitched together as fabric by another set of yarns 7
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS braided fabrics interlaced in diagonal pattern narrow width 8
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FABRIC CONSTRUCTION METHODS films not made from fibers sometimes laminated to textiles 9
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course HUEC 2032 taught by Professor Hayes during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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Chapter_15_Fabrics_and_Related_Structures_-Fall_2011-Student_Version

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