Journal Article

28 Chae Y* and Moon S (2022, submitted). Color discrimination threshold of human vision for textiles under different illumination conditions.
27 Kim S, Kim J-E, Song D-E, Cho S-Y, Hwang Y, and Chae Y* (2022, submitted). Effects of household water-repellent agents and number of coating layers on the physical properties of cotton woven fabrics.
26 Chae Y* (2022). A spectral reflectance-based approach to formulating color mixing recipes for single- and multi-layered yarn dyed woven fabrics, Scientific Reports, 12(15213). [SCI]
25 Moon S, Kim B, Park S, Choi H, Kim M, Chae Y*, and Suk HJ* (2022). Changes in facial image depending on different matching of hair color and skin tone - A focus on female in their 20’s, Journal of Korea Society of Color Studies, 36(3), 5-16. [KCI]
24 Park C, Kang Y, Kim D, Lee J, Jo J, Hong Y, and Chae Y* (2022). A comparison of physical and visual-tactile properties between virgin and recycled polyester woven fabrics, Journal of Human Ecology, 26(2). [KCI]
23 Seo M, Kim J, Kim H, Yoo H, Lee H, and Chae Y* (2022). Changes in physical and functional properties of high-density and PU coated water-repellent woven fabrics after repeated laundering. Journal of Human Ecology, 26(1), 53-64. [KCI]
22 Seok D, Kim J, Shin J, An C, and Chae Y* (2022). Changes in illumination preferences for textiles with varying physical color attributes. Fibers and Polymers, 23(4), 1031-1039. [SCIE]
21 Chae Y* (2022). Comparative study of the illumination effect on the appearances of woven fabrics composed of single and multiple colors of yarns. Textile Research Journal, 92(3-4), 618-631. [SCI]
20 Lam Y, Fan S, Chae Y, Wong L, He L, Fei B, and Xin JH* (2022). Heteromolecular pigmentations of plant-derived catechol and their application on textiles. Journal of Cleaner Production, 332. [SCIE]
19 Chae Y* (2022). Color appearance shifts depending on surface roughness, illuminants, and physical colors. Scientific Reports, 12(1371). [SCI]