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MODELING REINFORCEMENT STRUCTURES IN TEXTILE AIMED AT BIOMECHANICAL PURPOSES

Benny Malengier (UGent) , Ziyuan Li (UGent) , Dries Reynders (UGent) , Simona-Ileana Vasile (UGent) and Lieva Van Langenhove (UGent)
(2019)
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While sporting, muscles, tendons and the body in general come under extreme loads which may lead to wrong movements and injuries which impact the performance or lead to mandatory rest. As athletes often wear compression garments, we investigate how reinforcement structures such as elastic bands, yarns or fabric strips with a given pretension, or rigid structures can be added to compression garments to prevent incorrect sport movements. This paper discusses how an existing simulation tool (DySiFil) can be adapted to be able to extract supportive forces and pressures and validates the findings for the case of overextension of the fingers and the thumb.
Keywords
dynamic yarn simulation, DySiFil, reinforcement band, thumb guard

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Malengier, Benny, Ziyuan Li, Dries Reynders, Simona-Ileana Vasile, and Lieva Van Langenhove. 2019. “Modeling Reinforcement Structures in Textile Aimed at Biomechanical Purposes.” In Ghent: Autex.
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Malengier, B., Li, Z., Reynders, D., Vasile, S.-I., & Van Langenhove, L. (2019). MODELING REINFORCEMENT STRUCTURES IN TEXTILE AIMED AT BIOMECHANICAL PURPOSES. Presented at the AUTEX2019, Ghent: Autex.
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Malengier B, Li Z, Reynders D, Vasile S-I, Van Langenhove L. MODELING REINFORCEMENT STRUCTURES IN TEXTILE AIMED AT BIOMECHANICAL PURPOSES. Ghent: Autex; 2019.
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Malengier, Benny et al. “Modeling Reinforcement Structures in Textile Aimed at Biomechanical Purposes.” Ghent: Autex, 2019. Print.
@inproceedings{8620434,
  abstract     = {While sporting, muscles, tendons and the body in general come under extreme loads which may lead to wrong
movements and injuries which impact the performance or lead to mandatory rest. As athletes often wear
compression garments, we investigate how reinforcement structures such as elastic bands, yarns or fabric strips
with a given pretension, or rigid structures can be added to compression garments to prevent incorrect sport
movements. This paper discusses how an existing simulation tool (DySiFil) can be adapted to be able to extract
supportive forces and pressures and validates the findings for the case of overextension of the fingers and the
thumb.},
  author       = {Malengier, Benny and Li, Ziyuan and Reynders, Dries and Vasile, Simona-Ileana and Van Langenhove, Lieva},
  keywords     = {dynamic yarn simulation,DySiFil,reinforcement band,thumb guard},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent},
  pages        = {6},
  publisher    = {Autex},
  title        = {MODELING REINFORCEMENT STRUCTURES IN TEXTILE AIMED AT BIOMECHANICAL PURPOSES},
  year         = {2019},
}