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fabrics for surgical protective textiles. AUTEX Research Journal, 11(2), 31-36. [7] Behera, B.K. (2007). Comfort and handle behaviour of linen-blended fabrics. AUTEX Research Journal, 7(1), 33-47. [8] Kakvan, A., Najar, S.S., Psikuta, A. (2015). Study on effect of blend ratio on thermal comfort properties of cotton/nylon-blended fabrics with high-performance Kermel fibre. The Journal of The Textile Institute, 106(6), 674-682. [9] Mahbub, R.F., Wang, L., Arnold, L., Kaneslingam, S., Padhye, R. (2014). Thermal comfort properties of Kevlar and Kevlar/wool fabrics. Textile

-polyester blended yarns using concept of the hybrid effect. Fibers and Polymers 14(1),157-163. [4] Naebe, M., McGregor, B. A. (2013) Comfort properties of superfine wool and wool/cashmere blend yarns and fabrics. Journal of the Textile Institute, 104(6),634-640. [5] Prakash, C., Ramakrishnan, G., Koushik, C.V.(2013) Effect of blend proportion on moisture management characteristics of bamboo/cotton knitted fabrics. Journal of the Textile Institute, 104(12),1320-1326. [6] Su, C.L., Fang, J.X. (2006) Optimum Drafting Conditions of Non-circular Polyester and Cotton Blend Yarns

that the thermal conductivity of fabric assemblies was greater at the higher compression load due to a decrease in the volume of entrapped air. Most of the researches on the thermal comfort properties performed either on knitted fabrics or nonwoven [ 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 ]. Many researchers have studied the effect of raw materials and knitted fabric construction parameters on the comfort behavior of fabrics. Investigations revealed that the type of fibers, fiber blends, yarn structure and its fineness, fabric structure, and different process parameters affect

in different spinning systems. Textile Research Journal, 81(2), 156-172. [11] Kim, H. A. (2017). Physical properties of ring, compact, and air vortex yarns made of PTT/wool/modal and wearing comfort of their knitted fabrics for high emotional garments. The Journal of The Textile Institute, 108(9), 1647-1656. [12] Li, Q., Brady, P. R., Hurren, C. J., & Wang, X. G. (2008). The dimensional and mechanical properties of wool/polyester fabrics made from vortex and ring-spun yarns. Journal of the Textile Institute, 99(6), 561-568. [13] Liu, X., Jiao, S., & Wang, F. M