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Modelling of the Change in Structure of Woven Fabric under Mechanical Loading

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The aim of this work was to study a new way of modelling the behaviour of structures of woven fabrics after mechanical loading. As the basis of our considerations, on the beginning of this working, a classical Painter nomogram was introduced. The modelling was done through the realisation of the following scientific - research aims: analysis of the behaviour of the structures of woven fabrics subjected to different static loads, study of methods of expectation of mechanical property at designing of fabrics, study of techniques enabling the analysis of the structure of fabrics subjected to deforming strengths, and a analysis of the property of fabrics with respect to the basic parameters of fibres and yarns. The devising of new, modified Painter nomograms made it possible to model the change in structure of fabric subjected to a static load, thanks to which it is possible to reflect the structure of internal real fabrics recreated, eliminating the generalisation of the Painter nomogram.

Tags: modeling, weave fabric, mechanical properties, internal structure of fabric, cross-section.

Citation: Barburski M., Masajtis J.; Modelling of the Change in Structure of Woven Fabric under Mechanical Loading. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe, January/March 2009, Vol. 17, No. 1 (72) pp. 39-44.

Published in issue no 1 (72) / 2009, pages 39–44.

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