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  • Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated

    2003-9-1 · In particular, the mechanical characteristics of plain-woven fabrics used in inflated structures, unlike traditional composite materials, exhibit high non-linearity with dependence on the internal pressure and contact interactions within the woven fabric. Inflated structures generally consist of woven yarns or tows made from plastic, Kevlar, PEN (polyethylene naphthalate), Vectran (thermoplastic liquid crystal …

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  • Structure and mechanics of woven fabrics -

    2008-1-1 · Woven fabrics are produced by interlacing two sets of yarns perpendicularly to each other. The study and understanding of the structure and mechanics of woven fabrics is useful for fabric design, simulation and manufacturing. In this chapter, some of the fundamental science and technology behind fabric structure and mechanics will be introduced.

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  • Bending response of externally reinforced, inflated ...

    2012-5-1 · Mechanics of pressurized plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures Compos Struct , 61 ( 2003 ) , pp. 375 - 393 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • Compact Inflatable Structures for Submerged Payload

    2019-3-20 · The inflatable structures considered for use may include, but are not limited to, control volumes constructed of inflated skins, membrane bladders, coated fabrics, and hybrid (soft/rigid) material systems. Hybrid structures may include inflatable elements with semi- or fully-rigid reinforcements serving as deployment shaping controls.

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  • Shear deformation analysis for woven fabrics -

    2005-3-1 · Fig. 4, Fig. 5 show the corresponding shear force and shear angle relationship for plain-weave fabrics of 1 and 3 K tow sizes with a diameter of 8 μm for each filament, respectively, for the initial slip region. The theoretical results modeled in this paper are compared with those in Ref. as well as the experimental results. It is shown that the results given in this paper yield better ...

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  • Biaxial tearing properties of woven coated fabrics

    In real applications, structural woven fabrics are usually under in-plane biaxial stress states along warp and weft directions, and the mechanical response is mainly dependent on the constituent materials properties as well as on the yarns interlacement, namely weaving pattern.

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  • Effects of on-axis and off-axis tension on uniaxial ...

    Abstract The use of enhanced plain woven fabrics for aerospace engineering needs essential and accurate mechanical parameters for analyzing structural behavior and performing numerical simulations. The uniaxial tensile tests are direct and effective approaches to investigate these mechanical properties. This study focused on uniaxial monotonic and cyclic mechanical properties of an enhanced ...

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  • Woven composite material design by orthotropic

    1999-8-1 · An orthogonal two-dimensional (2D) woven fabric consists of two sets of interlaced yarns. The lengthwise set is called warp, and the crosswise set, fill (weft). Any weave repeats on certain number of warp and fill yarns. The repeat is a complete representative unit cell of weave. The regions, in Fig. 3, enclosed by the dotted lines define the “unit cells” or the basic repeating regions for ...

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  • Analysis and experiment of deformation and draping ...

    The typical balanced and unbalanced plain woven glass fabrics (Jushi glass fabric Co., Ltd, China), which primarily show difference in the yarn spacing along the weft and warp directions, were selected for verifying the feasibility of the analysis in different types of plain woven …

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  • Experimental characterization and finite element

    2009-5-1 · 1. Introduction. An airbeam is a high-strength fabric sleeve fitted around an air retention bladder which, when sealed and inflated, acts as a load-bearing structural beam or arch. The major advantages of airbeams are that they are lightweight, have low storage volumes when deflated, and can be deployed rapidly.

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  • MODELLING THE BENDING BEHAVIOUR OF PLAIN

    2017-10-6 · MODELLING THE BENDING BEHAVIOUR OF PLAIN-WOVEN FABRIC USING FLAT SHELL ELEMENT AND STRAIN SMOOTHING TECHNIQUE Q. Nguyen-Trong1, F. Ferreira2, A. Gomes3 1,2 2C2T - Centre of Textile Science and Technology, University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal 3 Department of Informatics, University of Beira Interior, Portugal Abstract This paper describes a new …

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  • Ballistic Impact Resistance Mechanism of Woven

    2015-9-12 · Ballistic performance of fabrics is affected by a number of mechanism as noted by Cheeseman and Bogetti [16], Tabiei and Nilkantan [17] who reviewed the mechanisms influencing the ballistic performance of woven fabrics. Ballistic penetration resistance and mechanism involved are a combination of many simultaneous factors.

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  • Mechanical Behavior of Regular Twill Weave Structures ...

    2018-11-27 · [10]. In fact, woven fabrics with the weave other than plain will show some extent of skewness in their structure after they are taken-off from the loom and other finishing treatments. The reason for the occurrence of skewness and its effect on textile and apparel industries has been investigated in [11]. The

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  • Static response of elastic inflated wrinkled membranes ...

    2013-11-27 · Galliot C, Luchsinger RH (2009) A simple model describing the non-linear biaxial tensile behaviour of PVC-coated polyester fabrics for use in finite element analysis. Compos Struct 90(4):438–447. Article Google Scholar 8. Cavallaro PV, Johnson ME, Sadegh AM (2003) Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures.

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  • Simulations of Ballistic Impact on Woven Fabric

    2009-10-26 · woven fabrics is currently overly costly and time consuming. Figure 1. Geometry of fabric unit cell (King et al., 2006). Here, we utilize a continuum-level modeling technique for woven fabrics (King et al., 2005) which captures the macroscopic response of the …

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  • Beam and plain strain finite elements for inflatable ...

    This direct energetic approach permits to model membrane structures without any artifice concerning the bending stiffness.In the third section, these two finite element solutions are compared with experimental results obtained on a double–layered panel inflated at high pressure, submitted to bending loads and for various boundary conditions.

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  • Impact Tensile Behaviors of PVDF Building Coated

    2020-10-30 · The paper presents the impact tensile behaviors of two common building membranes (Ferrari 1002T2 membrane and XYD 300N membrane) in PVDF-coated-fabric membrane structures. The tests are conducted using the split Hopkinson bar test device. Typical forms of stress and strain are applied for comparing the stress-strain relationship between quasi-static and high strain rates.

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  • The measurement of plain weft-knitted fabric stiffness ...

    2012-3-29 · For instance, if samples KN6 of plain-knitted fabrics and NW1 of nonwoven fabrics were considered, table 3, it can be seen that for the knitted sample, KN6, the measured torque has increased dramatically by almost 30 times, from 154.95 µN m at the first revolution to 4644.43 µN m at the eighth revolution; on the other hand, the amount of ...

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  • Woven Fabrics.pdf [546gzpgme9n8] - idoc.pub

    Woven Fabrics, Edited by Han-Yong Jeon p. cm. ISBN 978-953-51-0607-4 Contents Preface VII Chapter 1 Modeling of Woven Fabrics Geometry and Properties 1 B. K. Behera, Jiri Militky, Rajesh Mishra and Dana Kremenakova Chapter 2 An Integration of Design and Production for Woven Fabrics Using Genetic Algorithm 33 Jeng-Jong Lin Chapter 3

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  • Woven Fabrics | Weaving | Textiles - Scribd

    2021-4-18 · O Scribd é o maior site social de leitura e publicação do mundo.

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  • Static response of elastic inflated wrinkled membranes ...

    2013-11-27 · Galliot C, Luchsinger RH (2009) A simple model describing the non-linear biaxial tensile behaviour of PVC-coated polyester fabrics for use in finite element analysis. Compos Struct 90(4):438–447. Article Google Scholar 8. Cavallaro PV, Johnson ME, Sadegh AM (2003) Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures.

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  • Textile Standards - ASTM International

    Textile Standards. ASTM's textile standards provide the specifications and test methods for the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of textiles, fabrics, and cloths, as well as the natural and artificial fibers that constitute them. The textiles covered by these standards are commonly formed by weaving, knitting, or spinning together ...

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  • MESHFREE MODELING AND HOMOGENIZATION OF 3D

    2015-12-14 · Woven fabrics can basically be categorized into 2D woven fabrics, for instance, plain weave, twill weave and satin weave textile, and 3D woven fabrics, for example, 3D orthogonal, 3D through-thickness interlock and 3D layer to layer interlock woven fabrics. In 2D woven fabrics, yarns usually undergo low-angle

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  • 3D Fabrics for Technical Textile Applications |

    2019-6-12 · The tested fabrics were produced on the same weaving machine, woven from the same warp (same production lot) in two different weaves, plain weave and twill 2/2 weave. The yarn for warp and weft were made from 100% cotton, carded, single, nominal fineness 36 tex and 505 (S) twists/m, and produced in the same production lot.

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  • A new method for determination of Poisson’s ratio of

    Tan, K.Y. and Barnes, M.R. Numerical representation of stress–strain relations for coated fabrics, IstructE Symposium on Design of Air Supported Structures, Bristol, 1984, pp 162 – 174.Google Scholar

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  • Mechanical properties of UN-5100 envelope material

    2021-1-4 · In composite aircraft structures, woven carbon-fiber-reinforced composites are used as elements of the boxes to mitigate damage during crash events and provide a measure of protection for the passengers against abrupt decelerations. Due to their multi-scale damage effects and complex coupling between failure mechanisms, despite years of extensive works of researchers around the …

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  • A meso-mechanical material model describing a crash ...

    2020-6-11 · Read '10.1016/j.compstruct.2011.12.003' on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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  • 10.1016/j.compstruct.2011.12.003 | DeepDyve

    2018-9-1 · Networked fabrics are a type of three-dimensional multilayer fabrics having predetermined interconnections between layers by combining yarns from two adjacent sublayers into one. This paper reports the research on the influence of structural parameters on the ballistic performance of networked fabrics using finite element analysis in parallel with experiment.

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  • Finite Element Study on the Influence of Structural ...

    2019-1-1 · With a view to application to meso–macro decoupled two-scale draping simulations of dry woven fabrics, the method of isogeometric analysis (IGA) is applied to the numerical plate testing (NPT) for their periodic unit structures involving frictional contact at meso-scale. The meso-structure having periodicity only in in-plane directions is identified with a representative volume element to ...

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  • Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated

    2003-9-1 · In particular, the mechanical characteristics of plain-woven fabrics used in inflated structures, unlike traditional composite materials, exhibit high non-linearity with dependence on the internal pressure and contact interactions within the woven fabric. Inflated structures generally consist of woven yarns or tows made from plastic, Kevlar, PEN (polyethylene naphthalate), Vectran (thermoplastic liquid crystal …

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  • Structure and mechanics of woven fabrics -

    2008-1-1 · Woven fabrics are produced by interlacing two sets of yarns perpendicularly to each other. The study and understanding of the structure and mechanics of woven fabrics is useful for fabric design, simulation and manufacturing. In this chapter, some of the fundamental science and technology behind fabric structure and mechanics will be introduced.

    Get Price
  • Bending response of externally reinforced, inflated ...

    2012-5-1 · Mechanics of pressurized plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures Compos Struct , 61 ( 2003 ) , pp. 375 - 393 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

    Get Price
  • Compact Inflatable Structures for Submerged Payload

    2019-3-20 · The inflatable structures considered for use may include, but are not limited to, control volumes constructed of inflated skins, membrane bladders, coated fabrics, and hybrid (soft/rigid) material systems. Hybrid structures may include inflatable elements with semi- or fully-rigid reinforcements serving as deployment shaping controls.

    Get Price
  • Shear deformation analysis for woven fabrics -

    2005-3-1 · Fig. 4, Fig. 5 show the corresponding shear force and shear angle relationship for plain-weave fabrics of 1 and 3 K tow sizes with a diameter of 8 μm for each filament, respectively, for the initial slip region. The theoretical results modeled in this paper are compared with those in Ref. as well as the experimental results. It is shown that the results given in this paper yield better ...

    Get Price
  • Biaxial tearing properties of woven coated fabrics

    In real applications, structural woven fabrics are usually under in-plane biaxial stress states along warp and weft directions, and the mechanical response is mainly dependent on the constituent materials properties as well as on the yarns interlacement, namely weaving pattern.

    Get Price
  • Effects of on-axis and off-axis tension on uniaxial ...

    Abstract The use of enhanced plain woven fabrics for aerospace engineering needs essential and accurate mechanical parameters for analyzing structural behavior and performing numerical simulations. The uniaxial tensile tests are direct and effective approaches to investigate these mechanical properties. This study focused on uniaxial monotonic and cyclic mechanical properties of an enhanced ...

    Get Price
  • Woven composite material design by orthotropic

    1999-8-1 · An orthogonal two-dimensional (2D) woven fabric consists of two sets of interlaced yarns. The lengthwise set is called warp, and the crosswise set, fill (weft). Any weave repeats on certain number of warp and fill yarns. The repeat is a complete representative unit cell of weave. The regions, in Fig. 3, enclosed by the dotted lines define the “unit cells” or the basic repeating regions for ...

    Get Price
  • Analysis and experiment of deformation and draping ...

    The typical balanced and unbalanced plain woven glass fabrics (Jushi glass fabric Co., Ltd, China), which primarily show difference in the yarn spacing along the weft and warp directions, were selected for verifying the feasibility of the analysis in different types of plain woven …

    Get Price
  • Experimental characterization and finite element

    2009-5-1 · 1. Introduction. An airbeam is a high-strength fabric sleeve fitted around an air retention bladder which, when sealed and inflated, acts as a load-bearing structural beam or arch. The major advantages of airbeams are that they are lightweight, have low storage volumes when deflated, and can be deployed rapidly.

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  • Materials Research Express, Volume 6, Number 1,

    Composites are developed using different weight fractions of ramie fiber (0%, 10%, 20%, 30% and, 40%) using hand lay-up technique. Reinforcement of ramie fiber is done in woven …

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  • UIST '19- Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ACM

    2019-10-20 · TilePoP consists of a 2D array of stacked cube-shaped airbags designed with specific folding structures, enabling each airbag to be inflated into a physical proxy and then deflated down back to its original tile shape when not in use. TilePoP is capable of providing haptic feedback for the whole body and can even support human body weight.

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  • The Engineer's And Mechanic's Encyclopaedia Vol2 |

    Engineer's And Mechanic's Encyclopaedia. With upwards of two thousand engravings. By Luke Hebert, Civil Engineer, Editor Of The History And Progress Op The Steam Engine, Register Op Arts, And Journal Op Patent Inventions, Etc. A New Edition, With Considerable Additions And Improvements. IN …

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  • Sri Lanka Standards

    2021-7-9 · Minister Namal Rajapaksa. State Minister of Digital Technology and Entrepreneur Development. Chairman. Dr. Y.D Nihal Jayathilaka. M.B.B.S (Colombo), MSc (Medical Administration) Sri Lanka Standards Institution. Director General. Dr. (Mrs) …

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  • Polymers and Advanced Materials Market Research

    ABS Market for Automotive Plating on Plastics (POP) Application size was over USD 1 billion in 2017 and industry expects demand of above 650 kilo tons by 2024. Global Polycarbonate Composites Market size was over USD 1,878.3 million in 2018 and will grow at a CAGR over 8.2% over the projected period.

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  • Digital Volume Correlation: Review of Progress and ...

    2018-6-11 · 3D imaging has become popular for analyzing material microstructures. When time lapse series of 3D pictures are acquired during a single experiment, it is possible to measure displacement fields via digital volume correlation (DVC), thereby leading to 4D results. Such 4D analyses have been performed for almost two decades. The present paper aims at reviewing the achievements of and …

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  • US7931962B1 - Pyrolizing flexible ablator material ...

    US7931962B1 US12/778,997 US77899710A US7931962B1 US 7931962 B1 US7931962 B1 US 7931962B1 US 77899710 A US77899710 A US 77899710A US 7931962 B1 US7931962 B1 US 7931962B1 Authority US United States Prior art keywords flexible pyrolyzing ablator substrate layer Prior art date 2009-05-14 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion.

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  • Bahrain | Encyclopedia.com

    2021-6-17 · The total value of direct premiums underwritten in 2003 in Bahrain was 159 million, of which nonlife premiums accounted for the largest portion at 124 million. The country's top nonlife insurer that year had gross nonlife written premiums of 46 million, with Z ü rich the top life insurer, with gross life written premiums totaling 23.8 ...

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  • Textile Sizing | Yarn | Spinning (Textiles)

    2018-1-21 · The fabrics can be held permanently in that shape after setting, for example, in setting pleats and creases permanently in triacetate garments such as ladies skirts. Because of its good shape retention properties, triacetate is predominantly used in producing knitted and woven underwear and lingerie fabrics.

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  • FAA A&P - Airframe Oral 2017 Flashcards | Quizlet

    However, the most accurate method is to take a sample of the wood, weigh it, dry it in an oven at a temperature of 100°C to 105°C, reweigh it, and then compute the moisture content by using the following formula. W1 - W2 X 100 = Percent moisture content. W2. W1 …

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