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A Study of Elementary School Students` Feet Growth by 3D Scan Data
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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 16, Issue 6,  2014, pp.935-944
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2014.16.6.935
 Title & Authors
A Study of Elementary School Students` Feet Growth by 3D Scan Data
Lee, Jeong-Eun; Do, Wol-Hee;
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 Abstract
This study was about to investigate the characteristics of elementary school students` feet growth, comparing and analyzed the measured values and the index values of 3D scan data. As the results from analyzing the measured values, the all measurement items excluding `Toe 5 angle` showed some significant differences among the age classes, knowing that the elementary school students` feet were continually grown. Although, the items of length, thickness, width, height and circumference indicate some rapid growth of feet at 11 years old, but it appears slowing growth of `Foot width` after the age of 11 years old. The angle item didn`t show any sequential differences according to ages. As the results from analyzing the index values, the children in higher grades have longer `Toe 5`, thicker ankles, wider and thicker the superior part of feet than the children in lower grades. For the superior and the middle part of feet were lowly raised, their Arch height was low and thick. The inferior part of feet showed narrow width and higher height. Giving that the Medial ball width was wide and the Toe 1 angle is high for the children in higher grades, it is expected that the Metatarsophalangeal I might be more projected than that of children in lower grades. Likewise, knowing that the male students` feet shape was bigger than female students` feet from the result that the male students` index values were higher.
 Keywords
foot growth;3D scan data;elementary school student;anthropometric;school aged children;
 Language
Korean
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