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Content available remote Analysis of Moisture Evaporation from Underwear Designed for Fire-Fighters
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In this study we analysed the effect of moisture on the thermal protective performance of fire-fighter clothing in case of routine fire-fighting conditions. In the first stage of this research we investigated simultaneous heat and moisture transfer through a single-layer fabric, used as underwear for fire-fighters, at different moisture conditions. In the second stage of the study, the underwear in dry and wet state was tested together with protective clothing systems for fire-fighter consisting of three or four layers. It was found that during the evaporation of the moisture, a temperature plateau appeared during which temperatures hardly rose. The energy consumption used for the phase change of moisture located in the assembly dominated the heat transfer process as long as there was moisture present. As soon as all water had evaporated, the temperatures approached the temperatures measured for dry samples. The moisture within the clothing assembly did not lead to increased temperatures compared with the measurements with dry samples. This research has confirmed that moisture can positively affect the thermal protection of a clothing system.
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This paper is concerned with the optical properties and 3D modelling of textile structures (yarn, woven and knitted product). A method for establishing a set of statistical surface parameters for a fibre from atomic force microscopy measurement is proposed. This technique is adapted for yarn. Nevertheless, AFM measurements are impossible for this structure, so a virtual profiler has been developed. Finally, several reflectance models are compared. The Lafortune model is the most adapted to predict reflectance properties of yarn. The correlation of estimated and measured surface parameters is processed to make the model physically plausible for textile materials. Once this task has been achieved, this modified model is implanted in a ray tracing program for more realistic computer graphic application in the field of textiles.
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