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Title: Investigations into new outerwear stitches based on the interlock principle
Authors: Uludağ Üniversitesi.
Tasmacı, M.
Keywords: Materials science
Abrasion resistance
Breaking elongation
Bursting strength
Fabric construction
Fabric strength
Fabric weight
Jacquard knitting
Wale spacing
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Melliand Textilberichte Kg
Citation: Tasmacı, M. (1985). ''Investigations into new outerwear stitches based on the interlock principle''. Melliand Textilberichte internatıonal Textile Reports, 66(8), 573-576.
Abstract: The suitability of interlock jacquard long-loop stitches for outerwear, as compared with other types of stitches, is discussed. Tests based on DIN standards were carried out to measure the width of the goods, the number of courses and wales, the weight per unit area, the tensile strength and breaking elongation, and the bursting resistance and abrasion resistance. The results showed that the new stitches developed in knitting long loops with jacquard patterns are superior to the conventional cam and jacquard stitches in regard to the density, width, and bursting strength obtained.
ISSN: 0931-9735
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