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    Fibers and Polymers, Vol.21, No.1, pp. 216-223, 2020
    Instrumentation for Measuring the Wet Frictional Property of Sanitary Pads
     
    Ka-Po Maggie Tang, Ching-Hei Li, and Chi-Wai Kan
     
    Women wear sanitary pad for whole day during their menstruation period. They have direct skin contact with it even for sleeping and exercising. The presence of sweat and menstrual blood increases the moisture level and the adhesion of liquid to textile causing sensorial discomfort. This study describes the design and uses of modified Textile Stickiness Measurement System (TSMS) which can characterize the frictional properties of sanitary pads under both dry and wet conditions. The uniqueness of this measurement system is that the wetness level of the pad is adjustable and the surface profile of the contacting object (i.e. Lorica
     
    Keywords : Stickiness, Wet friction, Sanitary pad, Comfort, Textiles stickiness measurement system
    DOI : 10.1007/s12221-020-9623-3
     
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