Category: Physical Lab

OIL AND WATER REPEL TEST 0

OIL AND WATER REPEL TEST

1.         INTRODUCTION: -These tests are intended to assess the amount of oil and water the coating on the fabric can repel. -Samples for testing should be conditioned to ambient (room) temperature before testing. 2.        ...

BRA WIRE CASING  TEST 0

BRA WIRE CASING TEST

1.    INTRODUCTION To determine the strength of the bra wire casing, by giving the bra a “hot wash”. The bra wirw casing is then assessed for shrinkage and the bra wires are assessed for...

Colour Differences in Hue 0

Colour Differences in Hue (H)

Hue (H*) represents the shade or hue of a colour: The hue of a colour is associated with the dimension of shade, or cast of a colour such as red, green, blue, yellow, violet,...

Colour Differences in Chroma 0

Colour Differences in Chroma (C)

Chroma (C*) represents the degree of Brightness or Saturation: Chroma is defined as the degree of colour purity, saturation or brilliance for a given colour. Samples which have very low Chroma, would be either...

Colour Differences in Lightness 0

Colour Differences in Lightness (L)

Lightness (L*) represents the degree of lightness or darkness: A sample may be either lighter or darker than the standard. Dark colours have low values of L*, whereas a perfect white sample would have...