- Volume 37 Issue 12 Serial No. 142
The Effects of Textiles for Thermal Insulation Value Using a Thermal Manikin
써멀 마네킹 착용실험에 의한 보온력에 미치는 의복소재의 영향
- Son Won-Kyo (Dept. of Home Economics of Education, Kangwon Univ.) ;
- Choi Jeong-Wha (Dept. of Clothing and Textiles, Seoul National Univ.)
- Published : 1999.12.01
This study was carried out to examine the effects of textile materials for thermal insulation value using a thermal manikin. Cotton, polyester, wool, silk and rayon were selected as outer wears like blouses, skirts, slacks, and one-pieces. Acetate was chosen as a lining. Brief and long sleeve upper underwear(cotton) were chosen as the inner wears. The results were as follows; There were no significant differences among the materials in skirts and blouse-skirt suits by the thermal manikin. However blouses, slacks, one-pieces and blouse-slacks suits were showed the effects of materials. Blouse-slacks suits was showed the highest thermal insulation value and one-piece had the lowest thermal insulation value.