Human powered responsive performance wear

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The goal of our knowledge-based society is to integrate intelligence into our everyday environment. Clothing is an important and special part of our environment as it is personal, comfortable, close to the body and used almost anywhere and anytime. To be responsive under strenuous conditions effectively and efficiently, the garment should have the following properties: Optimum heat and moisture regulations Good moisture absorption and moisture conveyance capacity Good air and water vapour permeability Prevention of long term feeling of dampness Low water absorption of the layer of clothing facing the skin Quick drying fabric to prevent catching cold Pleasant to the skin, soft, non-abrasive and non-chafing Stable as to shape, even under wet conditions Durability Low intrinsic weight Easy care OVERVIEW OF TERMS AND EQUATIONS USED IN THE ABSTRACT Standard conditions used for testing: The fabrics were conditioned for at least 40 hours at 20 ± 2 0C and 65 ± 2 % r...
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It is given by: Im = [(Re/Rc) x 0.45)] The range of Im is 0-1, with 0 being for a system with no heat transfer to 1 for a system with optimum evaporative cooling. Thus, including Permeability Index the equation of total heat loss becomes: H = [(Ts – Ta)/RC] + [Im x {S (ps – pa)/Re}] Where, S = 2...
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