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Development of a Sizing System and a Draping Pattern for Hip Protector based on 3D Data Analysis of Korean Older Women
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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 18, Issue 1,  2016, pp.120-129
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2016.18.1.120
 Title & Authors
Development of a Sizing System and a Draping Pattern for Hip Protector based on 3D Data Analysis of Korean Older Women
Jeon, Eun-Jin; Park, Sei-Kwon; You, Hee-Cheon; Kim, Hee-Eun;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to develop an optimal sizing system and a draping pattern for hip protector based on an analysis of anthropometric characteristics of Korean older women. A hip protector is a specialized form of pants or underwear containing pads along the outside of each hip. The 3D body scan data of Korean older women were analyzed to identify their anthropometric characteristics and a four-size system with 93% of population accommodation was developed by clustering analysis based on key dimensions derived from factor analysis. The sizing system consists of small/short, large/short, small/tall, and large/tall. A 3D physical model and hip pads were fabricated; then, a hip protector was draped on the 3D model and hip pads. The sizing system of hip protector was analyzed in terms of size and shape and a draping pattern was compared on back center, back side, front side, front center and pad. Lastly, the pattern deformation and clothing pressure were analyzed using the virtual clothing system CLO. Virtual system have disadvantage of not to suggest the objective value. In the future research the wearing comfort and impact absorption of the hip protector needs to be tested and then a hip protector design will be finalized by considering the hip protector's size, material, comfort testing results, aesthetic appeal, protection effectiveness, and practical utility of everyday use.
 Keywords
hip protector;sizing system;draping pattern;anthropometric characteristic;virtual fit;
 Language
Korean
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