Development of Knitted Bi-Layered Fabric in Activewear

Authors

  • M. Sanbaka M.Tech. Final Year, Department of Textile Chemistry, SSM College of Engineering, Namakkal, India
  • A. Jothimanikandan Assistant Professor, Department of Textile Chemistry, SSM College of Engineering, Namakkal, India
  • S. Periyasamy Assistant Professor, Department of Textile Chemistry, SSM College of Engineering, Namakkal, India
  • N. Gokarneshan HoD, Department of Textile Chemistry, SSM College of Engineering, Namakkal, India

Keywords:

Bi-layer fabric, Activewear, Breathability, Viscose cotton blend

Abstract

Development of knitted bi-layer fabric from jacquard interlock knitting machine. The raw material used for bi-layer fabric is viscose cotton blend yarn and polycotton yarn as outer layer of the fabric then the 100% viscose as the inner layer of the common for both type of yarn. Fibers like nylon-spandex, polyester-spandex, polypropylene. Breathability appears to be main issue regarding these fibers and other characteristics like prone to static buildup, resilience, absorptiveness, air permeability are the disadvantages of the polyester. Hence, we are going to differentiate polyester activewear with our developed activewear. This bi-layer knitted fabric having two layers of yarn, outer layer made up of cotton from different spinning techniques which is viscose cotton blend and polycotton. The important characteristics of sportswear are the rapid transformation of perspiration and rapid evaporation to keep fabric non-sticky.

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Published

01-10-2023

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M. Sanbaka, A. Jothimanikandan, S. Periyasamy, and N. Gokarneshan, “Development of Knitted Bi-Layered Fabric in Activewear”, IJRAMT, vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 31–34, Oct. 2023, Accessed: Jul. 22, 2024. [Online]. Available: https://journals.ijramt.com/index.php/ijramt/article/view/2798

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