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Vol.19, No.2(2012-)(59) 
Perspiration Far-Infrared Thickness Fabric Radiation Effect
汗液對遠紅外線厚層纖維織物放射率影響
W. J. Yang, W. H. Hsing
楊崴傑, 邢文灝
In this experiment, use of far infrared filled fabric of instillation of sweat on the man the purpose of detecting artificial sweat on the far-infrared radiation rate of fiber influence. We change the fiber type, weight, the proportion of artificial sweat to detect far-infrared radiation rate of thick fabrics change. The results showed that the far-infrared fiber’s radiation rate of cotton fiber to be higher about 0.07. The far-infrared thick layer of fabric, regardless of which put the 1g, 2g, 3g of the far- infrared fiber, the rate of its far-infrared radiation will not have much impact. Far-infrared on a thick layer of fabric at the instillation of 3% of the weight, 6% of the weight, 9% of the weight of artificial sweat, its far-infrared radiation rate would be the relationship between the rapid decline due to sweat, but with the artificial sweat evaporation, radiation will slow the rate of rise, After repeated superposition of sweat on the far-infrared fiber far-infrared radiation rate of the sample of little influence. Another far-infrared fiber samples of different weights repeated titration sweat, the far-infrared fiber samples of the far-infrared radiation rate will be increased about 0.005 ~ 0.007.
本實驗針對聚酯織物包覆遠紅外線纖維在加入人工汗液後,其紅外線放射率變化情形進行放射率紀錄與分析。本研究針對纖維的種類、重量、人工汗液用量的改變對聚酯織物包覆之紅外線織物放射率影響進行觀察。結果顯示,遠紅外線纖維的放射率約為0.86;而棉纖維的遠紅外線放射率約為0.79,兩者放射率相差0.07。而在聚酯織物包覆下,遠紅外線纖維使用量的多寡對放射率不會有太大影響。在加入汗液後,遠紅外線放射率初期會因汗液而下降,但隨著人工汗液的蒸發,放射率也會緩緩上升至原定數值。另不同重量遠紅外線纖維樣本經多次滴定汗液後,遠紅外線纖維樣本之放射率會上升約0.005 ~ 0.007。
far-infrared , perspiration sweat , radiation , polyester , fabric
遠紅外線、汗液、聚酯、放射率、織物
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