3차원 파라메트릭 모델을 활용한 20대 성인 여성용 브리프 패턴 설계

Title
3차원 파라메트릭 모델을 활용한 20대 성인 여성용 브리프 패턴 설계
Other Titles
Briefs Pattern Making for Women in their 20's using 3D Parametric Human Body Model
Author(s)
최신애[최신애]박순지
Keywords
briefs; pattern; parametric model; 3D body scan data; stretch fabric
Issue Date
201010
Publisher
한국의류산업학회
Citation
한국의류산업학회지, v.12, no.5, pp.642 - 649
Abstract
This study was designed to generate briefs pattern for women in their twenties using 3D parametric body model. 151 women in their 20's were random sampled and measured using Martine's anthropometry. And one subject was chosen as the representative subject for 3D scanning. Parametric model was generated of using CATIA P3, Unigraphics NX4.0, Rapidform 2006. And the 3D surface of parametric body model was flattened onto the 2D plane. 3 downscale ratios(0%, 10%, 15%) were applied to generated pattern to figure out what downscale ratio was suitable to make briefs with stretch fabric. 4 kinds of experimental briefs were made with stretch fabrics(0%, 10%, 15% downscale) and worn on the dressform. Subjective evaluation on the appearance was done and the data was analyzed by ANOVA with post-hoc test. Briefs pattern was generated through the process of flattening the parametric surface and arranging the patches to make briefs pattern by dart manipulation. The different ration of outline and area between 3D surface and 2D pattern were 0.22%and 0.09% respectively. It showed that a parametric model could provide a desirable pattern with minute size error. The results of subjective evaluation on the appearance of 4 experimental briefs showed that stretch briefs with 15% downscale ratio was evaluated most highly in most items. Findings imply that it is feasible to apply 3D parametric model to generate patterns for various items considering various fabric properties.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23452
ISSN
1229-2060
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