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Handle analysis of Cosmetic Textiles and its Correlation with Subjective haracteristics -Focus on puff textile-

  • Jung, Cheul Sun;Koo, Young Seok
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.312-318
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    • 2014
  • This study examined the correlation between a handle evaluation of cosmetic puff textile and a sensory evaluation. The KES-F system was used to analyze the main mechanical factors for the handle evaluation and a statistical method was used for the sensory evaluation. The results revealed different mechanical properties and handle values of the tested cosmetic puff textiles. A material type and structure of the cosmetic textile affected the handle property of the material which is the most important factor for a cosmetic purpose. Particularly, the physical properties of textile material are likely to be important factors for the sensory property of cosmetic material. In addition, the sensory evaluation also revealed different sensory characteristics of the cosmetic efficiency according to the cosmetic puff textile. No close relationship was observed between the mechanical properties and sensory evaluation on the cosmetic puff textiles. The sensory evaluation of a cosmetic efficiency is not only decided by the physical and mechanical characteristics of the cosmetic textile material. Overall, when using textiles used for the cosmetic purposes, it is important to consider not only the proper mechanical properties of the textiles but also the use and sensory satisfaction. Development and selection of the cosmetic textiles should be focused on both the material function and consumer satisfaction.

What is sensory and consumer science? ('감각·소비자과학'이란?)

  • Lee, Hye-Seong
    • Food Science and Industry
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.2-10
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    • 2019
  • Sensory and consumer science is one of the four core sciences in food science training. In early years, this field of studies are focused on providing food technologists information of sensory attributes of food for quality control and product optimization, and referred as sensory evaluation or sensory science interchangeably. Yet, during the last decades, its scope has been much broadened looking at sensory properties of food not just as product attributes but consumer-perceived properties, emphasizing human experience. Attentions are increased for sensory fundamentals(sensory psychology and physiology) and multidisciplinary integration of theories and measurement methods for improving satisfaction of consumers' sensory experience and promoting healthy eating and wellbeing. The Sensory Evaluation(SE) division of Korean Society of Food Science and Technology(KoSFoST) has recently changed its name to Sensory and Consumer Science(SCS) division in order to address such evolution of the field and sensory professional's role.

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Estimation of Sensory Pork Loin Tenderness Using Warner-Bratzler Shear Force and Texture Profile Analysis Measurements

  • Choe, Jee-Hwan;Choi, Mi-Hee;Rhee, Min-Suk;Kim, Byoung-Chul
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.29 no.7
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    • pp.1029-1036
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    • 2016
  • This study investigated the degree to which instrumental measurements explain the variation in pork loin tenderness as assessed by the sensory evaluation of trained panelists. Warner-Bratzler shear force (WBS) had a significant relationship with the sensory tenderness variables, such as softness, initial tenderness, chewiness, and rate of breakdown. In a regression analysis, WBS could account variations in these sensory variables, though only to a limited proportion of variation. On the other hand, three parameters from texture profile analysis (TPA)-hardness, gumminess, and chewiness-were significantly correlated with all sensory evaluation variables. In particular, from the result of stepwise regression analysis, TPA hardness alone explained over 15% of variation in all sensory evaluation variables, with the exception of perceptible residue. Based on these results, TPA analysis was found to be better than WBS measurement, with the TPA parameter hardness likely to prove particularly useful, in terms of predicting pork loin tenderness as rated by trained panelists. However, sensory evaluation should be conducted to investigate practical pork tenderness perceived by consumer, because both instrumental measurements could explain only a small portion (less than 20%) of the variability in sensory evaluation.

Dynamic discrmination of sensory evaluation capability using a paired-comparison method (일대비교에 의한 관능평가능력의 동작판별)

  • 김정만;이상도
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.85-91
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    • 1993
  • Data obtained for sensory evaluation have a wide dispersion and fuzziness since human sensory organs are used as a means of measuring sensation instead of measuring instruments. Such dispersion and fuzziness are caused by all kinds of time error and have a great influence on the sensory evaluation, but most of previous papers not consider time errors. In this study, the comparative judgement capability of the evaluator was discriminated by means of the eigen- structure analysis on the premise that evaluation values of sensory evaluators obtained by a paired-comparison become different by the order of sample presentation.

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Construction of Abalone Sensory Texture Evaluation System Based on BP Neural Network

  • Li, Xiaochen;Zhao, Yuyang;Li, Renjie;Zhang, Ning;Tao, Xueheng;Lee, Eung-Joo
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.22 no.7
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    • pp.790-803
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    • 2019
  • The effects of different heat treatments on the sensory characteristics of abalones are studied in this study. In this paper, the sensory evaluation of abalone samples under different heat treatment conditions is carried out, and the evaluation results are analyzed. The three-dimensional (3D) scanning and reverse engineering are used in tooth modeling of the sensory evaluation of abalone samples under different heat treatment conditions. Besides, the chewing movement models are simplified into three modes, including the cutting mode, compressing mode and grinding mode, which are simulated using finite element simulation. The elastic modulus of the abalone samples is obtained through the compression testing using a texture analyzer to distinguish their material properties under different heat treatments and to obtain simulated mechanical parameters. Finally, taking the mechanical parameters of the finite element simulation of abalone chewing as input and sensory evaluation parameters as the output, BP neural network is established in which the sensory texture evaluation model of abalone samples is obtained. Through verification, the neural network prediction model can meet the requirements of food texture evaluation, with an average error of 9.12%.

Analysis of Surface Fibers by Wavelet Transform and Subjective Evaluation of Wool Fabrics (웨이블릿 변환을 이용한 모직물의 표면섬유 분석과 주관적 감각 평가)

  • 김동옥;김은애;유신정
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.53-59
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    • 2002
  • The surface fibers on the fabric is one of decisive factors which affects human sensory evaluation as well as heat and moisture transfer characteristics. In this study the length and distribution of surface fibers that are extruded from the fabric surface of the wool/wool blend fabrics (14 wool fabrics and 10 wool blend fabrics) and its contribution to subjective sensory evaluation were investigated. In order to quantify the length and distribution of surface fibers, image analysis and wavelet transform technique were introduced. Instant warm-cool feeling of touch, Q$\_$max/, and contact area were also measured and related to the quantified surface fibers. To figure out the effect of surface characteristics on sensory evaluation, human sensory responses to three adjectives which represent surface characteristics and warm-cool feeling of touch were obtained and analyzed. The relationship between the quantified surface fibers assessed by wavelet energy and both warm-cool reeling of touch, Qmax, and human sensory response were discussed.

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Consumer's Sensory Evaluation in Relation to the Coffee Grade among College Students (대학생을 대상으로 한 커피 등급에 따른 관능평가)

  • Kwon, Dae-Joong;Lee, Min-June;Park, Ok-Jin
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.51-59
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    • 2013
  • This study aims to understand college students customer's preference and the difference of coffee grade by comparing the result of Q-grader, who was trained professionally and received certification for a sensory evaluation of coffee grade. The results of the chemical analysis of raw coffee and coffee berry show that those of specialty grade had slightly higher, but not significant, water content. Further, the pH of specialty grade coffee was high in coffee beans and after roasting, the commercial grade became high. There was no significant difference between the specialty degree and commercial degree in color before and after roasting. In this study, the panels for the sensory evaluation included 24 university students. The preference of evaluation items of sensory evaluation consist of aroma, acidity, bitterness, astringency, aftertaste, and overall satisfaction. Items for the strength evaluation consist of aroma, acidity and bitterness. The sensory evaluation was expressed by applying a 5 point Likert scale (1: extremely low~5: extremely high). In the sensory evaluation, it was evaluated that specialty grade coffee had strong acidity and commercial grade coffee was strongly bitter. The result of the sensory evaluation shows that female students are sensitive to coffee taste. In the analysis of frequent visit to coffee shop, the not-frequently-use-group rated that specialty grade coffee with higher overall satisfaction than commercial grade coffee in factors such as aroma and acidity. The group which did not prefer Americano coffee rated that specialty grade was higher than commercial grade in all factors except aroma, of which the result is similar to the cupping test.

The Sensory Evaluation of Bread with Added $\alpha$-Azuki bean Powder for Manufacturing Small Red Bean Bread by Balanced Incomplete Block Design ($\alpha$-팥 분말 첨가 식빵 제조를 위한 균형된 불완비 블록법에 의한 관능 평가)

  • 고광진
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.239-246
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    • 1995
  • This study was prepared to optimize $\alpha$-azuki bean powder content by sensory evaluation method when manufacturing bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder. These sensory characteristics were designed to investigate sensory evaluation about appearance, color, texture, taste and overall acceptability of small red bean bread by balanced incomplete block design. According to evaluated mean of adjusted treatments, appearance was represented high value in bread with added 3% and 6% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder than bread without $\alpha$-azuki bean powder. Bread without $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was revealed maximum sensory score value of color among whole treatments and vread with added 6% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was revealed second highest sensory value. As $\alpha$-azuki bean powder content increased, sensory score of texture, taste and overall acceptability increased. and bread added 12% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder revealed maximum sensory score. On the results of this research about sensory characteristics for manufacturing bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder, bread with added $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was considered optimum when12% $\alpha$-azuki bean powder was added wheat flour because of highest score of texture, taste and overall acceptability in spite of lower score of appearance and color.

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Effect of the Shoulder Pad on Arm Movement -In the Area of Functionality and Sensory (팔동작에 미치는 어깨패드의 영향에 관하여 -심미성과 기능성을 중심으로-)

  • 이은정
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.66-76
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    • 1998
  • In order to investigate the effect of shoulder pad affecting the arm movement, eleven women volunteers of standard body whose age is from eighteen to twenty-four(x±1σ) were chosen and this experiment had done according to front-vertical motion, side-vertical motion and horizontal motion of upper limps for tow different materials of shoulder pad(sponge, non-woven) and four different thickness of shoulder pad(0.6cm, 0.8cm, 1.2cm). On the base of this, this study, when putting on shoulder pad, try to find the reform method of shoulder part pattern. The results are as follows. 1. When puting on shoulder pad to blouse pattern to rise shoulder pad for rate of two-third per thickness is seemingly the best for sensory evaluation. So, when putting on shoulder pad, we understand that in order to improve sensory evaluation. So, when putting on shoulder pad, we understand that in order to improve sensory evaluation of clothes, when that, rising shoulder pad for ate of two-third per thickness is the best. 2. From the results of measure of functional volume and physiological value for functionality evaluation according to thickness and material, motion of shoulder pad, 1.2 cm thickness and non-woven material is evaluated the worst for functionality. 3. From the results of sensory evaluation and functionality evaluation of material of shoulder pad, sponge material is superior for functionality but not for sensory evaluation, non-woven material is superior for sensory evaluation non-woven material is superior for sensory evaluation but not for functionality. So, think that it had better use sponge material for functional clothes, non-woven material for aesthetical clothes. 4. From the results of functionality of clothes, when putting on shoulder pad, the worst discomfortable parts are the armpit part and the shawl part, functionality of these part shoulder be reformed.

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Survey of Research Papers on the Sensory Evaluation of Kimchi (관능검사에 의한 김치의 품질평가방법에 관한 실태조사: $1970{\sim}1995$년 학회지 게재논문 분석)

  • Hwang, In-Sook;Kim, Young-Nam
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.355-362
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study is focused on the quality of Kimchi by sensory evaluation in 67 research papers published by 8 kinds of food & nutrition related Korean journals from $1970{\sim}1995$. The results are summarized as follows : 1) Among 126 research papers on Kimchi, sensory evaluation results were shown in 67 papers. 2) The numbers of panelists for sensory evaluation were $10{\sim}12$ in 32 papers, $7{\sim}9$ in 15 papers, and $4{\sim}6$ in 6 papers. 3) The method of sensory evaluation applied was scoring test in all 67 papers. Among them, 25 papers utilized 5-points scale, 16 papers 9-points scale, and 11 papers 7-points scale evaluation. 4) Evaluated sensory characteristics were taste, texture, odor, appearance & color, and others. Sourness, salty, and carbonic taste in taste; hardness, crispness, and toughness in texture; moldy, acidic, and grassy odor in odor were the most frequently tested characteristics. 5) Fermentation/storage periods, fermentation/storage temperature, and concentration of salt/time of soaking in salt solution were the most frequently tested variables. 6) To evaluate the statistical difference, 31 papers applied F-test, and 9 papers were applied Duncan's multiple range test to determine which samples are significantly different from others. In 6 papers, correlation coefficients were calculated between sensory evaluation scores and the results of mechanical determinations.

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