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Influence of the internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response of a satin weave composite: an experimental and numerical overview

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The current paper emphasizes on the effect of internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response, such as, local stress - strain and the local damage of a satin weave composite. Detailed study of the variation of the local stress – strain behavior in the plies of a satin weave composite leads to the following conclusions: 1) local longitudinal strain in the plies of a satin weave composite is not influenced by the internal yarn nesting of the adjacent plies (position of the ply in the laminate); 2) local transverse stress as well as the weft yarn transverse damage is sensitive to the position of the ply in the laminate.
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Daggumati, Subbareddy, Eli Voet, Wim Van Paepegem, Joris Degrieck, Tomas Praet, Benedict Verhegghe, Jian Xu, Stepan V Lomov, and Ignaas Verpoest. 2010. “Influence of the Internal Yarn Nesting (shifting) on the Local Structural Response of a Satin Weave Composite: An Experimental and Numerical Overview.” In Recent Advances in Textile Composites, ed. C Binetruy and F Boussu, 238–247. Lancaster, PA, USA: Destech Publications.
APA
Daggumati, Subbareddy, Voet, E., Van Paepegem, W., Degrieck, J., Praet, T., Verhegghe, B., Xu, J., et al. (2010). Influence of the internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response of a satin weave composite: an experimental and numerical overview. In C. Binetruy & F. Boussu (Eds.), Recent advances in textile composites (pp. 238–247). Presented at the 10th International conference on Textile Composites (TEXCOMP 10), Lancaster, PA, USA: Destech Publications.
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Daggumati S, Voet E, Van Paepegem W, Degrieck J, Praet T, Verhegghe B, et al. Influence of the internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response of a satin weave composite: an experimental and numerical overview. In: Binetruy C, Boussu F, editors. Recent advances in textile composites. Lancaster, PA, USA: Destech Publications; 2010. p. 238–47.
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Daggumati, Subbareddy, Eli Voet, Wim Van Paepegem, et al. “Influence of the Internal Yarn Nesting (shifting) on the Local Structural Response of a Satin Weave Composite: An Experimental and Numerical Overview.” Recent Advances in Textile Composites. Ed. C Binetruy & F Boussu. Lancaster, PA, USA: Destech Publications, 2010. 238–247. Print.
@inproceedings{1056895,
  abstract     = {The current paper emphasizes on the effect of internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response, such as, local stress - strain and the local damage of a satin weave composite. Detailed study of the variation of the local stress -- strain behavior in the plies of a satin weave composite leads to the following conclusions: 1) local longitudinal strain in the plies of a satin weave composite is not influenced by the internal yarn nesting of the adjacent plies (position of the ply in the laminate); 2) local transverse stress as well as the weft yarn transverse damage is sensitive to the position of the ply in the laminate.},
  author       = {Daggumati, Subbareddy and Voet, Eli and Van Paepegem, Wim and Degrieck, Joris and Praet, Tomas and Verhegghe, Benedict and Xu, Jian and Lomov, Stepan V and Verpoest, Ignaas},
  booktitle    = {Recent advances in textile composites},
  editor       = {Binetruy, C and Boussu, F },
  isbn         = {9781605950266},
  keyword      = {TEXTILE COMPOSITES},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lille, France},
  pages        = {238--247},
  publisher    = {Destech Publications},
  title        = {Influence of the internal yarn nesting (shifting) on the local structural response of a satin weave composite: an experimental and numerical overview},
  year         = {2010},
}

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