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Investigation of potential relationships between the bending resistance and the physical properties of component fibres of a hair tress
Journal of Textile Engineering
The stiffness or resistance to bending of individual hair fibres is likely to be one of the basic factors determining the firmness of a tress made up of an assemblage of all same fibres. Our interest was in exploring whether a useful relationship exists between physical measures of individual hairs and the bending stiffness of the lock of hair from which they were derived. The work was carried out on a chemically-untreated lock of a Chinese woman's hair comprising 399 individual fibres. Wedoi:10.4188/jte.61.41 fatcat:nr3zqhzxardpboq7pst2dmejie