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Fibers and Polymers

, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp 177–190 | Cite as

Instrumental and Sensory Evaluations of Drying and Stickiness Properties of Fabrics

  • Kam-Hong Chau
  • Chi-Wai KanEmail author
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Abstract

Drying and stickiness of textile fabrics on skin are crucial factors that affect the wear comfort. In this review, we discuss the current assessment methods for drying and stickiness properties of textile materials. The scope of this study includes methods that involve instrumental setups as well as perception assessments. Our analysis focuses on the comparisons between current experimental methods. The comparisons include materials used for setups, operation procedures and parameters evaluated. While there is room to further develop measurement of drying and stickiness properties of fabrics, recommendations are made for each of these factors. These suggestions could help future development of the measurement methods and also fabric materials development.

Keywords

Drying rate Wetness Stickiness Perception assessment Comfort 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Textiles and ClothingThe Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityHung HomHong Kong

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