the material closest to your body in a sleeping bag or any piece of performance clothing. Some lining fabrics like DriClime® and CoolMax® feel good and wick moisture away from the body. Linings can have other duties, too: provide protection for laminates like Gore-Tex® fabrics, allow for interior pockets, and keep feathers inside their baffles.
A rehabilitation process where a length of material is introduced to extend the life of the existing sewer. The lining may or may not utilize some structural strength from the existing sewer; and it may or may not function as a structural enhancement within the existing sewer. or An internal, non-structural coating or lining material applied to a pipe.
Fabric sewn on the back of drapery or slipcovers. It gives substance to the item. When used for drapery, it also protects the front fabric from the sun. Due to its delicate nature, silk drapery that is exposed to sunlight should always have a lining.
Used to finish the inside of a garment or sewn item, to hide the seam construction, to allow for ease of putting a garment on or taking it off, and to provide decorative effect. General sewing/clothing term.
Used to finish the inside of a garment, to hide the seam construction, to allow for ease of putting a garment on or taking it off, and to provide decorative effect. A lining is cut of the same pattern pieces as the garment and often is made of "slippery" fabrics. It provides a minimal amount of warmth and usually extends the life of a garment. Linings should be washable if the garment is washable and should be prewashed.
(super, mull, crash, and gauze): Material used to reinforce spines of library bound books. This material is a part of the end paper system and provides the means for a firm connection between text block and cover, giving shape and firmness to the book.
This is a lighter weight fabric that goes inside a garment like a jacket or coat. It helps you to put the garment on easily as it is usually shinier than the top fabric. A lining may match or contrast with the garment, and can be made of almost anything. Linings can help to eliminate a see through effect on a light weight dress fabric too. The lining also helps a garment to last longer. Linings should be chosen to complement the fashion fabric.
Fabric used as a backing for drapery panels. Lining can provide body and fullness, light control, and privacy. Often lining fabrics are decorative and chosen to be a pleasing contrast to the drapery fabric.
The name given to material sewn into the inside of a garment to make it more opaque or more comfortable against the skin. Frequently lining is used in a bra to add structure or provide a pretty background to sheer and/or lacy fabrics.
Materials used to finish the inside surface of the tunnel. The inital supports and preliminary liner are placed as the tunnel is being excavated. These help stabilize the interior surface. Shotcrete may be sprayed on as a preliminary liner. Later, additional coatings may be applied or other types may be used such as prefabricated steel or concrete panels, rock bolting, steel ribs and wood lagging, or masonry. Waterproofing liners are also used.
The internal wear resistant portion of an extrusion or injection barrel. The lining may be metallurgically bonded to the inside diameter of the barrel shell or be removable liners that are press or shrink fit into the barrel shell bore.
An auxiliary support applied by a conservator to the original support (canvas, etc.) of the painting when the original support no longer has enough strength to carry the weight of the painting. Linings can be constructed from a variety of material, including canvas, fiberglass etc. and may be rigid, semi-rigid or flexible as the need demands. Lining Examples
thin layer of cells that covers the void of the uterus. Under the influence of hormone called estrogen these cells multiply, and under the influence of hormone called progesterone (that belongs to gestagens) they secrete liquid that provides food for the egg.