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Title: スポーツウェアの快適性
Other Titles: Primary Factors of Comfortable Sweat Shirts
Authors: 堀内, 雅子
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: 群馬大学教育学部
Citation: 群馬大学教育学部紀要 芸術・技術・体育・生活科学編. 23, 159-168 (1988)
Abstract: To clarify the primary (actors of the comfortable sweat shirts, we examined the relations between physiological responses and clothing comfort of the sweat shirts made from three different materials (A : 100%cotton, B: 55% cotton and 45% polyester, C: 45% cotton, 55% polyvinyl chloride). Students (3 men, 3 women) belonging the athletic club examined every sweat shirts, respectively. They kept quiet for 10 min, then exersized treadmill running for 15 min followed by resting for 15 min. The time dependent changes of the skin temperature and the changes of the temperature and the moisture at the air phase between the clothes and the skin were simultaneously determined and recorded continuously throughout the experiments. These results were compared with the replies submitted to the questionnaries on the clothing comfort by the subjects of the experiments. Both of the temperature and the moisture at the air phase during and after the exersizes were least when examined wearing ""sweat shirt B"" (B<C<A) ; correspondingly, ""sweat shirt B"" was felt to be the most comfortable to wear (B>C>A). The moisture caused by perspiration might be easily transferable through the cloth of ""sweat shirt B"", consequently, the temperature and the moisture inside the cloth raise a little. As the result, the comfortable sweat shirts should be made from the materials by which moisture is easily transmittable to cause the thermal diffusion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/856
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