2016 年 24 巻 p. 17-24
We developed a device to measure the dynamic drapability of fabric, evaluating the swinging motion of silk fabrics. The relationship between revolution speed and amount of fabric displacement was investigated, along with the relationship between waveform and frequency; and the swinging motion was numerically evaluated. The results showed that, as the fabric revolution speed increased, the drape dynamic coefficient increased, for all fabrics. The waveform and power spectrum shape also varied with the speed of revolution. The results also showed that the swinging motion could be numerically evaluated.