Autori: Aileni Raluca Maria , Creţu Mioara, Daniela Farimă, Mihai Ciocoiu
Editorial: Modtech 2011 ISI Proceeding, Chisinau, Republic Moldova, 2011.
The paper presents a case study in terms of tension that occurs in 3D cloth surface simulation on the virtual mannequin. By using the KES testing device for fabric were obtained the mechanical fabric behavior to bending, shearing, stretching and compression. In order to simulate the textile surface has been defined on the computer the fabric by the parameters obtained on the Kawabata System. The tense over the body can be shows by different spectrum from green to red. This case study shows the correlated influence of these parameters on tension that occurs on the fabric in the simulation process.
The knowledge of these correlations is very important in design apparel products that have the additions very small or even negative values.
Cuvinte cheie: 3D, cloth, tension, Kawabata, virtual mannequin