Engineering design of thermal quality clothing on a simulation-based and lifestyle-oriented CAD system

@article{Mao2011EngineeringDO,
  title={Engineering design of thermal quality clothing on a simulation-based and lifestyle-oriented CAD system},
  author={Aihua Mao and Jie Luo and Yi Li and Ruomei Wang and Guiqing Li and Yueping Guo},
  journal={Engineering with Computers},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={405-421}
}
Engineering design of thermal quality clothing is a promising solution by applying multi-disciplinary knowledge to achieve the design and production of clothing with desirable thermal functions. In this paper, a special simulation-based and lifestyle-oriented CAD system is introduced to help the user in engineering design of thermal quality clothing. The engineering-oriented simulation models endowed with explicit data availability arose from the material parameters that are the key issue for… 
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