The purpose of this paper is to evaluate some important parameters in plate buckling of fused interlining worsted fabric with different weight and laying‐up direction. The article compares the formability of fused fabric composite by two different methods (Lindberg's hypothesis and fabric assurance by simple testing method).
Plate buckling compression behavior of fused fabric composite is investigated using a special designed clamp according to Dahlberg's test method.
The result shows that fusible interlining lay‐up angle significantly influences on buckling parameters. It is indicated that the buckling behavior of fused fabric composite against lay‐up interlining direction is in accordance with interlining buckling behavior. The result of research suggests that the formability behavior of fused fabric composite with interlining lay‐up direction is predictable according to Lindberg's method.
Experimental design is limited at low speed. Further research works are needed to perform buckling behavior of fused fabric composites at higher speeds as well as under cyclic loading conditions.
Compression plate buckling behavior of fused interlining fabrics is predictable against interlining laying‐up direction. The result of this research could be used in the area of garment quality serviceability.
Namiranian, B., Shaikhzadeh Najar, S. and Salehzadeh Nobari, A. (2009), "Compression plate buckling behavior of fused fabric composites", International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, Vol. 21 No. 5, pp. 311-325. https://doi.org/10.1108/09556220910995738Download as .RIS
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