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Design of New Weave Patterns

1st Edition

By Radostina A. Angelova

CRC Press

200 pages | 261 B/W Illus.

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Description

This book presents a systematic study on methods used for the creation of weave patterns for simple structures. Firstly, it explains known techniques for designing new weave patterns classified as patterns merge, motifs, patterns insertion and change of the displacement number. These are discussed as possibilities to create different textures and weaving effects supported by figures of patterns, colour view, and fabric appearance simulation. Secondly, it explains original methods for design of new weave patterns based on Boolean operations, musical scores, written texts and braille alphabet, including transformations performed, advantages/disadvantages, possible applications and designs.

Table of Contents

PART 1 CLASSICAL METHODS FOR DESIGN OF NEW WEAVE PATTERNS

1: Brief history of weave patterns

2: Elementary weaves

2.1 Fabric construction and specifics of the weave pattern

2.2 Elementary weaves

3: Derivatives of the elementary weaves

3.1 Basics

3.2 Derivatives of the plain weave

3.3 Derivatives of the twill weave

3.4 Derivatives of satin and sateen weaves

 

4: New weave patterns based on patterns merge

4.1 Weave patterns for stripе effects

4.2 Weave patterns for cell-like effects

 

5: New weave patterns based on motifs

5.1 Weave patterns for cell-like effects

5.2 Weave patterns for diagonal effects

5.3 Weave patterns for zig-zag effects

5.4 Crepe weaves

6: New weave patterns based on patterns insertion

6.1 Weave patterns for rib-like effects

6.2 Weave patterns for diagonal effects

6.3 Crepe weaves

7: New weave patterns based on change of the displacement number

7.1 Weave patterns for diagonal effects

7.2 Weave patterns for curved effects

7.3 Weave patterns for zig-zag effects

7.3.1 Herringbone twill

7.3.2 Curved zig-zag twill weave

PART 2 NEW METHODS FOR DESIGN OF NEW WEAVE PATTERNS

8: New weave patterns based on Boolean operations

8.1 The concept of the method

8.2 Boolean operations in weave patterns’ design

8.3 Features of the implementation

8.4 Assessment of the new weave

8.5 Design experiments

8.6 Application of the method

9: New weave patterns based on musical scores

9.1 The concept of the method

9.2 Design method

9.3 Assessment of the new weave

9.4 Design experiments

9.5 Application of the method

10: New weave patterns based on text interpretations

10.1 The concept of the method

10.2 Transformation approaches

10.3 Possible variations of the method

10.4 Design experiments

10.5 Assessment of the new weave

10.6 Application of the method

11: New weave patterns based on the Braille alphabet

11.1 The concept of the method

11.2 Transformation approaches

11.3 Design experiments

11.4 Assessment of the new weave

11.5 Application of the method

REFERENCES

About the Author

Radostina A. Angelova is an associated professor at the Department of Textiles, Technical University of Sofia (TU-Sofia). She is also an associated researcher at the Centre for Research and Design in Human Comfort, Energy and Environment at TU-Sofia. She is a lecturer in spinning technologies and machines, weaving technologies and machines, and design of yarns and fabrics. Angelova holds an MSc degree in textiles and clothing (1994), a PhD in technology of textile materials (2001), and a DSc in technology of textile materials (2015). She authored more than 100 papers, 4 textbooks, and 1 book.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC009060
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Engineering