Automated Apparel Processing: Computer Simulation of Fabric Deformation for the Design of Equipment

@article{McWaters1994AutomatedAP,
  title={Automated Apparel Processing: Computer Simulation of Fabric Deformation for the Design of Equipment},
  author={S. D. McWaters and Timothy G. Clapp and Jeffrey W. Eischen},
  journal={International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology},
  year={1994},
  volume={6},
  pages={30-38}
}
Introduces and evaluates a finite‐element computer model which predicts the bending behaviour of fabric in contact with a surface, in order to optimize the design of equipment used for automated processing of apparel. Describes how simulations were executed for all combinations of eight fabrics and three contact surfaces, and presents the experimental results obtained for similar conditions and fabrics. Proves the validity of the computer model by comparing the experimental results with those… 
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