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Clothing, Textiles and Human Performance (Textile Progress Vol 32 No 2/3)
 
Clothing, Textiles and Human Performance (Textile Progress Vol 32 No 2/3)
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    Laing. R. M. and Sleivert. G. G.

    Textile Progress Vol. 32 No. 2/3

    ISBN 1870372514

    The Textile Institute 2002

    A critical review of the effect on human performance of clothing and textiles.

    As highly specialised clothing and textile products are increasingly

    developed for use in professional sports and recreation, there is scope for

    an examination of the effects on the performance of the wearer. This

    issue of Textile Progress reviews the existing research on the link

    between human performance and clothing and textile products. Human

    performance is considered in a variety of situations - the workplace,

    recreational activities, and competitive sport.

    Subjects covered include:

    Ergonomic Requirements - Body Dimension; Product Sizing and Fit; Weight

    Design - Garments and Products - Positive and Negative Garment

    Styling Ease and Compression; Layering; Surface Area Covered; Design, Aerodynamics and Water; Shape

    Materials - Fibres; Yarns; Fabrics; Finishes; Products

    Thermal Effects - Design of Products and Assemblies; Sweat and

    Water; Active Cooling of the Body to Enhance Human Performance




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