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Thermal Comfort of the Sports/Leisure Clothing with the Heat Storage/Reflection Function - Wearing Evaluation under the Condition of 0x00B1;1℃ and 50±5% RH -

축열/체열반사기능을 가진 스포츠 레저복의 온열쾌적성 - 0±1℃, 50±5% RH 환경에서의 착의평가 -

  • 김태규 (대구예술대학교 K-패션디자인과) ;
  • 송민규 (한국섬유개발연구원) ;
  • 이창민 (주) B.S.G. 기술연구소) ;
  • 권오경 (주) B.S.G. 기술연구소)
  • Received : 2018.06.18
  • Accepted : 2018.07.13
  • Published : 2018.08.31

Abstract

For this study, we developed clothing in which textile materials that were excellent weather control function for the cold environment and we performed the human subject test with developed clothing to determine the thermal comfort. We used 2 clothing samples developed (A and B, hollow yarn+moisture absorption/quick drying yarn, 3 layers, high stretchable, heat reflection film and lamination treated) and a control sample (Ctrl.) for the human subject test and 8 adult males were used as a human subjects and environmental conditions of chamber were $0{\pm}1^{\circ}C$. $50{\pm}5%RH$, 0.3m/sec. The results were as follows: The average skin temperature and hand, thigh temperature of B were higher than B and Ctrl. (p<.05). The micro-climates of B were near to thermal comfort range which is $32{\pm}1^{\circ}C$ and $50{\pm}10%\;RH$. The chest temperature of B was significantly higher than others (p<.05). The relative humidity of B was lower than others and kept stable rather than others. The thermal sensation of B was near the "neutral" and was significantly different from Ctrl. (p<.01) and the weight loss of B was lower than Ctrl. (p<.05). The counting task and hand temperature was positively related and the counting task value of B and A is bigger than Ctrl. and that of A was bigger than Ctrl. (p<.05).

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 산업통상자원부

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