A Systematic Integration Study of Traditional Hand-Weaving Techniques in Lingnan Region in the Context of Deep LearningJiali Li, Shuai He
- Applied Mathematics
- Engineering (miscellaneous)
- Modeling and Simulation
- General Computer Science
In this paper, firstly, on the basis of the traditional hand weaving technique in Lingnan area, modern digital technology is used to integrate it systematically, so as to construct the three-dimensional weaving technique. Secondly, the structural properties of the three-dimensional woven fabrics are investigated through the two-step and four-step weaving methods in terms of the movement trajectories of the three-dimensional woven fabrics within the cross-section. Finally, the basic properties of bamboo weaving materials were analyzed in order to facilitate the force simulation analysis of the obtained morphological model samples of parametric Lingnan region bamboo weaving craft products using the structural simulation analysis software SIM-SOLID. The results show that in the structural force study of bamboo weaving craft products, the equivalent viscous damping coefficient is calculated by taking the first hysteresis loop of each stage of the loading cycle, and its maximum deformation is 0.428 mm, which is 0.003 mm smaller than that of the model with unfixed joints, which indicates that the performance of the Lingnan region weaving technique is optimized obviously by adopting the three-dimensional weaving technique. This paper provides theoretical references for the digital integration of traditional hand-woven techniques and the enhancement of structural properties of woven materials in the Lingnan region.