The Influence of Crimp Measurements on the Development and Appraisal of 3D Fully Integrated Woven Structures.

B J Hill, R McIlhagger, Julie Soden, Paul Hanna, E S Gillespie

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Abstract

There is a need for an analytical assessment of the properties of 3D woven structures. In this paper a sophisticated method of predicting the proportions of fibre in three mutually perpendicular axes, X (warp), Y (weft) and Z (through-the-thickness), of 3D fully integrated complex woven structures is described. Unlike previous models, this system takes into account in-layer crimp in both the warp and weft directions. The system has been validated against woven fabric structures and regression analysis has predicted a high level of confidence in the results. The method has also been compared with previous methods and has been shown to provide superior results.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1-10
JournalPolymers and Polymer Composites
Volume5
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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Hill, B. J., McIlhagger, R., Soden, J., Hanna, P., & Gillespie, E. S. (1997). The Influence of Crimp Measurements on the Development and Appraisal of 3D Fully Integrated Woven Structures. 5(2), 1-10.
Hill, B J ; McIlhagger, R ; Soden, Julie ; Hanna, Paul ; Gillespie, E S. / The Influence of Crimp Measurements on the Development and Appraisal of 3D Fully Integrated Woven Structures. 1997 ; Vol. 5, No. 2. pp. 1-10.
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