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Pattern computation for compression garment by a physical/geometric approach

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Pattern computation for compression garment by a physical/geometric approach
This paper addresses the problem of computing planar patterns for compression garments. In the garment industry, the compression garment has been more and more widely used to retain a shape of human body, where certain strain (or normal pressure) is designed at some places on the compression garment. Variant values and distribution of strain can only be generated by sewing different 2D patterns and warping them onto the body. We present a physical/geometric approach for computing 2D meshes that, when folded onto the 3D body, can generate a user-defined strain distribution through proper distortion. This is opposite to the widely studied mesh parameterization problem, whose objective is to minimize the distortion between the 2D and 3D meshes in angle, area or length.
Charlie C. L. Wang, Kai Tang
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CAD
Authors Charlie C. L. Wang, Kai Tang
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