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  • Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures ...

    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 …

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  • Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures ...

    Pressurized fabric tubes, pressure-stabilized beams (known as air beams) and air-inflated structures are considered to be valuable technologies for lightweight, rapidly deployable structures. Design optimization of an inflated structure depends on a thorough understanding of woven fabric mechanics. In this paper the bending response of woven pressure-stabilized beams have been …

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    2020-8-6 · (75) Inventor: Gary R. Spexarth, Houston, TX (US) Cavallaro et al. 'Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated struc-tures', 2003, Composit Structures No. 61, pp. 375-393.* (73) Assignee: The United States of America as Odegard et al. 'A continuum elastic-plastic model for woven-fabric represented by the Administrator of

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  • Modeling of Plain Woven Fabrics for Inflatable Aerodynamic ...

    2020-10-6 · Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerators (IADs) are often constructed from complex fabrics. The simplest example being a plain woven fabric. Optimization of IADs relies heavily on a detailed understanding of the IAD materials. A Mesomechanical material model of a plain woven fabric is implemented in a nonlinear finite element analysis code and presented in this work. The …

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

    2017-7-1 · Mechanics of 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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  • Structure and mechanics of woven fabrics - ScienceDirect

    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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  • NUWC-NPT Technical Report 12,141 15 August2013 Mechanics

    2020-2-20 · For use in air-inflated structures, the skins are made impermeable by laminating them with layers of an elastomeric material, such as rubber, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), urethane, and neoprene, on both sides to fully contain a volume of air with their edges seamed. The skins consist of (1) a base fabric that is plain-woven using two

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  • Decrimping Behavior of Uncoated Plain-woven Fabrics ...

    2018-2-22 · Presently, design methods for inflated fabric structures are not well established. Analysis tools for their efficient design lag behind those for conventional structures, partly because woven fabrics do not behave as a continuum. Changes in fabric architecture occur with loading and lead to several sources of nonlinear response.

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  • Structure and Mechanics of Woven Fabrics | ScienceDirect

    Structure and mechanics of woven fabrics is an essential reference for all textile academics, students, researchers, technicians, engineers and technologists, covering all areas of textile material applications, from composites and geotextiles, to medical textiles and biotextiles. Show less. Fabric mechanics are fundamental to the way textiles ...

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  • MECHANICS AND ANALYSIS OF FABRIC COMPOSITES AND

    2010-5-25 · but on material structural parameters as well, i.e. on fabric count and weave. The fabric count specifies the number of warp and fill yarns per inch, while the weave determines how the warp and the fill yarns are interlaced. Typical weave patterns are shown in Figure2 [1]. Figure 2. Plain (a), twill (b), and triaxial (c) woven fabrics

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  • Woven composite material design by orthotropic

    1999-8-1 · Triaxial woven, made from three sets of yarns which interlace at 60°, ... 2019, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Download PDF View details. Mechanics of plain-woven fabrics for inflated structures. 2003, Composite Structures. Download PDF View details.

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  • Fracture Characterization of Plain Woven Fabric Glass ...

    2014-11-3 · fracture mechanics in composite structures is the strain energy release rate. Woven fabric reinforced composites are the most important and widely used forms among textile structural composites. It has been noted that delamination in a composite laminate usually occurs at the interface of different oriented plies.

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  • APPROACHES IN MODELLING THE MECHANICAL

    2015-6-25 · Fig. 4 – The woven textile pattern of interlacing yarns: a – plain weave, b and c – twill weaves (adopted from Ivanov, 2009). 2. Modelling the Mechanical Characteristics of Woven Fabrics In the past decades, complex composite reinforcements such as textiles have become widely used in the industry, due to their inproved manufacturing

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  • Strength of inflatable fabric beams at high pressure

    2021-6-22 · Inflatable structures made of modern textile materials can be inflated at high pressure in order to be used as strong building elements. The aim of the paper is to present results from research on the mechanics of highly inflated structures. Experimental, analytical and numerical studies on the behavior of inflatable fabric

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  • HOMOGENIZATION CREEP ANALYSIS OF PLAIN-WOVEN

    2019-6-17 · HOMOGENIZATION THEORY FOR PLAIN-WOVEN LAMINATES . Domain of Analysis . In this study, two patterns of laminate configurations of plain fabrics, i.e. in-phase and out-of-phase, are employed as internal structures of plain-woven laminates [3-6]. The in-phase laminate configuration has no offset of plain fabrics in the y1 - and y2-

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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 fabric as well as the evolution of its mesostructure

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  • Potential fabric-reinforced composites: a comprehensive review

    2021-6-25 · fabrics were made. However, the required charac-teristics of fabrics, such as drapability, stability, and surface smoothness are controlled with specific styles (plain, twill, satin, etc.) and parameters during the weaving operations. Plain woven fabrics The simplest woven fabric structure is where the weft/filling yarns are alternately ...

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  • Mechanics of Elastic Performance of Textile Materials ...

    A theoretical analysis of the shear deformation of a fabric under biaxial load was carried out and the amount of twisting deformation of spherical inflated structures made from skewed fabric was calculated and compared with the twisting observed in a model structure. A device was constructed for the measurement of the shear resistance of fabrics, and determinations of this property were made …

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  • DTIC ADA411614: Mechanics of Pressurized Plain-Woven ...

    Pressurized fabric tubes, pressure-stabilized beams (known as air beams), and air-inflated structures are all considered to be valuable technologies for use in... Skip to main content. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive ... DTIC ADA411614: Mechanics of Pressurized Plain-Woven Fabric Structures

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  • Strength of inflatable fabric beams at high pressure

    2021-6-22 · Inflatable structures made of modern textile materials can be inflated at high pressure in order to be used as strong building elements. The aim of the paper is to present results from research on the mechanics of highly inflated structures. Experimental, analytical and numerical studies on the behavior of inflatable fabric

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  • A multi-scale method for predicting ABD stiffness matrix ...

    Effects of on-axis and off-axis tension on uniaxial mechanical properties of plain woven fabrics for inflated structures Composite Structures, Volume 171, 2017, pp. 92-99 Show abstract

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  • Fracture Characterization of Plain Woven Fabric Glass ...

    2014-11-3 · fracture mechanics in composite structures is the strain energy release rate. Woven fabric reinforced composites are the most important and widely used forms among textile structural composites. It has been noted that delamination in a composite laminate usually occurs at the interface of different oriented plies.

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  • HOMOGENIZATION CREEP ANALYSIS OF PLAIN-WOVEN

    2019-6-17 · HOMOGENIZATION THEORY FOR PLAIN-WOVEN LAMINATES . Domain of Analysis . In this study, two patterns of laminate configurations of plain fabrics, i.e. in-phase and out-of-phase, are employed as internal structures of plain-woven laminates [3-6]. The in-phase laminate configuration has no offset of plain fabrics in the y1 - and y2-

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  • Simple implementation of plain woven polypropylene fabric ...

    2019-7-23 · With increased utilisation of simple fabrics in technical engineering and manufacturing environments the need for suitable, easy to implement material representations in simulation software has inc...

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  • Potential fabric-reinforced composites: a comprehensive review

    2021-6-25 · fabrics were made. However, the required charac-teristics of fabrics, such as drapability, stability, and surface smoothness are controlled with specific styles (plain, twill, satin, etc.) and parameters during the weaving operations. Plain woven fabrics The simplest woven fabric structure is where the weft/filling yarns are alternately ...

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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 fabric as well as the evolution of its mesostructure

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  • Strength of inflatable fabric beams at high pressure

    2021-6-22 · Inflatable structures made of modern textile materials can be inflated at high pressure in order to be used as strong building elements. The aim of the paper is to present results from research on the mechanics of highly inflated structures. Experimental, analytical and numerical studies on the behavior of inflatable fabric

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  • TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF LIBEREC - TUL

    2019-3-12 · 2. Mechanics of woven structures 3. 3D weaving for composite applications 4. Characterization of woven nano-composites 5. Objective quality evaluation in textile materials The main focus of habilitaion work is design and development of 2D as well as 3D woven structures for clothing and technical applications.

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  • Exploiting Textile Mechanical Anisotropy for Fabric-Based ...

    2018-7-23 · Exploiting Textile Mechanical Anisotropy for Fabric-Based Pneumatic Actuators Leonardo Cappello,1,2 Kevin C. Galloway,1,2 Siddharth Sanan,1,2 Diana A. Wagner,1,2 Rachael Granberry,1,2 Sven Engelhardt,1,2 Florian L. Haufe,1,2 Jeffrey D. Peisner,1,2 and Conor J. Walsh1,2 Abstract Knit, woven, and nonwoven fabrics offer a diverse range of stretch and strain limiting …

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  • NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES FOR

    2014-3-31 · Straightening also can be found in woven and braided fabrics. Inside-yarn slip is Figure 1: (a) Our made glass fiber knitted fabric’s structure; (b) Load-displacement curves for knitted fabric’s samples were cut under different angles (cotton). possible in the loop straight part during fabric stretching as well as it is coupling with yarn

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  • www.advmat.de Carbonized Silk Fabric for Ultrastretchable ...

    2019-7-12 · the well reserved woven structures from the pristine silk fabric, in which the weft yarns (x-direction) are composed of Adv. Mater. 2016, DOI: 10.1002/adma.201601572 www.advmat.de www.aterialsiews.com Figure 1. Extremely stretchable CSF strain sensor. a) Illustration showing the hierarchical structures and the fabrication of CSF strain sensors ...

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  • 3D network structure and sensing performance of woven ...

    2019-12-12 · A flexible strain sensor was developed through weaving conductive yarns to 3D woven fabric. The relationship between the sensing performance of the woven fabric and its 3D network structure containing yarn shrinkage and arrangement density, as well as fabric interweaving, was investigated according to Pierce’s fabric geometry model and the assumption of elastic strain of …

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  • 3D Fabrics for Technical Textile Applications | IntechOpen

    2021-6-24 · Examples of woven (top left), knitted (top right, bottom left), and braided (bottom right) structures. There are also numerous medical uses for nonwoven fabrics (wipes, sponges, dressings, gowns), made directly from fibers that are needle-felted, hydroentangled, or bonded through a thermal, chemical, or adhesive process.

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  • Mechanical testing of textile composites | CompositesWorld

    2017-7-5 · Two plain woven fabrics have the same weft yarns that are bundles of silver-coated nylon filaments with twist of 1/cm, as shown in Figures 2(a) and 2(b). The warp yarns of the two plain woven fabrics are different, for example, conductive and nonconductive, which endow the two fabrics with different area resistances.

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  • The mechanics of plain woven fabrics, International ...

    2004-2-1 · A procedure for estimating the low‐strain mechanical properties of plain woven fabrics is presented. A quantity prominent in the equations is the contact length at the yarn cross‐over, which has not been estimated till the moment. A consideration of Peirce's rigid thread model leads to a method of estimating the contact lengths from a knowledge of the fabric sett and yarn …

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  • Damage & Fracture Mechanics VI, C.A. Brebbia, A.P.S ...

    2014-5-15 · Biaxially stressed woven fabrics are used in inflatable and tension structures, parachute canopies, and, increasingly, in geotextile-reinforced geotechnical ... as well as purposefully made holes to incorporate ... a variety of biaxially stressed plain weave fabrics are presented and exhibit good agreement with the analytical predictions.

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  • Thermal Analysis of Conventional and Performance Plain ...

    Furthermore, the thermal properties of the fabrics were predicted based on the validated models. 2. Methodology The following methodology is adopted to calculate the effective thermal conductivity and thermal resistance of woven fabrics: (1) development of finite element models of plain woven fabrics…

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  • TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF LIBEREC - TUL

    2019-3-12 · 2. Mechanics of woven structures 3. 3D weaving for composite applications 4. Characterization of woven nano-composites 5. Objective quality evaluation in textile materials The main focus of habilitaion work is design and development of 2D as well as 3D woven structures for clothing and technical applications.

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  • Mechanical Analysis of Woven Fabrics:The State of the Art ...

    2012-5-17 · A mesh-free Galerkin approach for modeling damage in plain woven fabric composite is presented. The model is based on the continuum damage mechanics and is applied to both mosaic and smooth fabric ...

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  • Damage mechanics analysis of plain woven fabric

    2011-7-24 · by Peirce [1], which led to Peirce’s model of plain-weave fabrics with a circular yarn cross-section. He also proposed a fabric model with an elliptical yarn cross-section. In 1958, Kemp proposed a racetrack model [2]. Hearle and Amirbayat proposed lenticular geometry for calculations in fabric mechanics by the energy method in 1988 [3]. Many ...

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  • STRUCTURAL DESIGN ENGINEERING OF WOVEN F ABRIC BY

    2018-9-25 · 1 Modeling of Woven Fabrics Geometry and Properties B. K. Behera 1, Jiri Militky 2, Rajesh Mishra 2 and Dana Kremenakova 2 1Department of Textile Technology, Indi an Institute of Technology, Delhi, 2Faculty of Textile Engineering, Technical University of Liberec, 1India 2Czech Republic 1. Introduction There are many ways of making fabrics from textile fibers.

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  • Modeling of Woven Fabrics Geometry and Properties

    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 fabric as well as the evolution of its mesostructure

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