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Course: Methods of computer-based 3D garment construction
 
 
Teachers in charge Ph. D. Slavenka Petrak, Assoc. Prof.
Study Textile Science and Technology - postgraduate
Course summary 30
ECTS 4
Knowledge verification oral exam, seminar
Precondition for testing Ordinarily completed exercises, submitted and approved seminar
Lecture type lectures, seminars, practice
Exercise type laboratory practice
Subject content Study of methods of 2D and 3D garment construction and mathematical models of pattern transformations. Investigation of parameters of contemporary CAD/CAM systems by developing computer-based 3D garment models from the stage of 2D design of textiles and clothing, complete pattern development, model simulation and visualization, to the manufacturing process itself. Investigation of the influence of anthropometric body characteristics on the development process of the computer prototype of a garment model. Study of implementation models of computer-based 3D body shape as a result of 3D body scanning in the CAD system for the development of a model prototype. Development of the bases of computer-based 3D body models for different garment size systems. Research and development of parametric garment models as the starting point for computer adaptation of patterns to different body types. Investigation of the impact of using complex 2D/3D CAD systems on the business of garment manufacturers in terms of global business.
Aim of course To introduce students into the field of research and development of 3D CAD system for computer garment construction and simulation as one of the development directions of modern garment engineering. To train students to research simulation parameters of computer-based 3D models of articles of clothing and to find their correlations. To lay the foundations of researching the impacts of anthropologic body characteristics on garment construction. To educate students in such a way that they are capable of scientific work in the field of developing parametric garment models within the framework of developing a garment model for the adaptation to individual anthropometric body characteristics. To educate students in such a way that they are capable of researching and developing computer-based 3D garment models in terms of computer graphics.
Literature necessary for course Pandžić et al.: Virtualna okruženja : interaktivna 3D grafika i njene primjene, Udžbenici Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Element, 2011, ISBN 978-953-197-606-0
Magnenat-Thalmann, Nadia (Ed.): Modeling and Simulating Bodies and Garments, Springer-Verlag London, 2010., ISBN 978-1-84996-262-9
Fan, J., Yu, W., Hunter, L.: Clothing appearance and fit: Science and Technology, Woodhead Publishing Limited and The Textile Institute, ISBN 1 85573 745 0, Cambridge England, 2004.
Li & X-Q Dai (Ed.): Biomechanical Engineering of Textiles and Clothing, Woodhead Publishing, 2006., eBook ISBN: 9781845691486
Fairhurst, C. (Ed.): Advances in Apparel Production, Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles, 2008., ISBN-13: 978-1845692957
Petrak, S.; Rogale, D.; Mandekić-Botteri, V.: Systematic Representation and Application of a 3D computer-Aided Garment Construction Method, Part II Spatial transformation of 3D garment cut segments, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 18 (2006), 3; 188-199, ISSN 0955-6222
Geršak, J.:Objektivno vrednovanje plošnih tekstilija i odjeće, Sveučilište u Zagrebu,Tekstilno-tehnološki fakultet, 2014, ISBN 9537105423
Petrak, S.; Mahnic, M.; Rogale, D.; Ujević, D.: Computer Design of Textile and Clothing Collection-Assumption of Contemporary Remote Business, Book of Proceedings of 11th World Textile Conference AUTEX 2011, Mulhouse, France; Ecole Nationale Superieure d Ingenieurs Sud-Alace, June 8th to 10th 2011, 1162-1168, ISBN 978-2-7466-2858-8
Mahnić, M.; Petrak, S.: Investigation of the Fit of Computer-based Parametric Garment Prototypes, Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics, 6 (2013) 1, 51-61, DOI: 10.3993/jfbi03201305, ISSN 1940-8676
Petrak, S.; Mahnic, M.; Rogale, D.: Computer Parametrization of Men's Trousers Pattern, Proceedings of the 7th International Textile, Clothing & Design Conference 2014 - Magic World of Textiles, Dragčević, Z.; Hursa Šajatović, A.; Vujasinović, E. (Ed.), pp. 316-321, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Faculty of Textile Technology, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia, (2014), ISSN 1847-7275
Petrak, S.; Mahnić, M.; Rogale, D.: Impact of Male Body Posture and Shape on Design and Garment Fit, Fibres & textiles in Eastern Europe 23 (2015) 6, 150-158, DOI: 10.5604/12303666.1167435
 
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