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Autors: Nikolov, N. D., Germanova-Krasteva, D. S., Kandzhikova G. D.
Title: Development of a 3D model of terry fabric
Keywords: Terry fabrics, Pile structure, 3D computational model, CAD‐system, SolidWorks, Computer aided design, Fabric testing

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to develop a 3D geometric model of terry fabric, taking into consideration structural and geometrical characteristics of the fabric and of the yarns: weave, yarn counts, distances between yarns, weavings‐in, etc. The structural and geometrical parameters of the fabric and of the yarns are obtained from the pattern by measuring, calculations and through geometric drawings. The model is worked out by means of SolidWorks and is directly compatible for processing using ANSYS. The proposed construction is checked for admission and for matching with the original structure. A 3D computational model, which can be used for strength‐deformation simulation and analysis of terry fabrics, has been developed. The study developed a 3D geometric model of a complex woven structure consisting of an additional pile warp system by means of non‐specialized CAD software. It can be used for strength‐deformation simulation and analysis.

References

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Issue
International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, vol. 24, issue 4, pp. 237-250, 2012, United Kingdom, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ISSN 0955-6222

Вид: статия в списание, публикация в издание с импакт фактор, публикация в реферирано издание, индексирана в Scopus и Web of Science

Въведена от: доц. д-р Николай Димитров Николов