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Title Advances in 3D textiles / edited by Xiaogang Chen.

Imprint Cambridge, UK : Woodhead Publishing Limited, in association with the Textile Institute, [2015]

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Description 1 online resource (405 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Woodhead publishing series in textiles ; number 167
Woodhead publishing in textiles ; no. 167.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 16, 2015).
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Front Cover; Advances in 3D Textiles; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1. Introduction; 1.1.1. Definition of 3D textiles; 1.1.2. Traditional examples; 1.1.3. Innovation in the 1980s; 1.2. Range of 3D textiles; 1.2.1. Woven; 1.2.2. Braids; 1.2.3. Knits; 1.2.4. Other yarn structures; 1.2.5. Nonwovens; 1.2.6. Stitched and embroidered; 1.2.7. Draping and press-forming; 1.3. Uses of 3D textiles; 1.3.1. Variety of applications; 1.3.2. Aerospace, automobile and military; 1.3.3. Sport and leisure; 1.3.4. Medical.
1.3.5. Protection1.3.6. Filtration, paper-making and geotextiles; 1.3.7. Construction; 1.4. Conclusion; 1.4.1. Challenges; 1.4.2. Engineering design; 1.4.3. Specialist and volume production; 1.4.4. The commercial scene; References; Part One: 3D Woven Textiles; Chapter 2: Solid three-dimensional woven textiles; 2.1. Introduction; 2.1.1. 3D woven fabrics and composites are in demand; 2.1.2. Major technical challenges; 2.1.3. Main literature recommended for further reading; 2.1.4. Scope of this chapter; 2.2. Terminology and fabric categorization; 2.2.1. Basic definitions.
2.2.2. 3D multilayer weaving2.2.3. 3D woven versus nonwoven fabrics; 2.3. 3D multilayer interlock weaves; 2.3.1. 3D multilayer warp interlock weaving; 2.3.2. 3D multilayer weft interlock fabrics; 2.4. 3D noncrimp orthogonal weaves; 2.4.1. Distinctions of the weaving process; 2.4.2. Fabric architecture; 2.4.3. Fabric design and optimization; 2.4.4. Important processing features; 2.4.5. Summary of the advantages and disadvantages; 2.5. 3D dual interlaced weaves; 2.5.1. ``More crimp versus ``less crimp dilemma; 2.5.2. 3D dual interlaced weaving.
2.5.3. Mechanical properties of 3D dual interlaced weave composites2.5.4. Potential for 3D dual interlaced woven preforms; 2.6. Machine automation and computer-aided fabric design; 2.7. Mechanical properties of 3D woven composites; 2.7.1. Quasi-static loading; 2.7.2. Fatigue loading; 2.7.3. Dynamic loading; 2.8. Manufacturing and applications; 2.9. Outlook of future needs; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 3: Hollow three-dimensional woven fabrics; 3.1. Introduction: Overview and potential applications; 3.2. Principles of hollow woven fabrics; 3.2.1. Classification of hollow woven fabrics.
3.2.2. Hollow fabrics with uneven surfaces3.2.3. Hollow fabrics with flat surfaces; 3.2.4. Variations of hollow fabrics; 3.3. Properties and performance of structures based on hollow woven fabrics; 3.3.1. Structural features; 3.3.2. Possible loading directions; 3.3.3. Lightweight of hollow composites; 3.3.4. Compression modulus of hollow composites; 3.3.5. Energy absorption; 3.3.6. Force attenuation; 3.4. Structural and mechanical modelling of hollow woven fabrics; 3.4.1. Hexagonal hollow fabrics; 3.4.2. Quadratic hollow fabric; 3.4.3. Generation of weaves for hexagonal hollow fabrics.
Summary Advances in 3D Textiles presents the most recent advances in the production of three-dimensional fibrous structures and how their use has resulted in the creation of novel fabrics and applications. The text covers a wide range of fabric types, including their structures, properties, and uses in the textiles industry. Beginning with the various types of woven three-dimensional fabrics, the text then examines 3-D knitted, braided, and non-woven textiles, and the main applications and uses of three-dimensional textiles. Presents the most recent advances in the production of three-dimensional.
Subject Textile fabrics.
Textile design.
Composite materials.
Coated fabrics.
Air-supported structures.
Textiles et tissus.
Textiles et tissus -- Dessins.
Composites.
Textiles et tissus enduits.
Structures gonflables.
cloth.
composite material.
pneumatic structures.
air-inflated structures.
air-supported structures.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Textiles & Polymers.
Air-supported structures. (OCoLC)fst00802750
Coated fabrics. (OCoLC)fst00865845
Composite materials. (OCoLC)fst00871682
Textile design. (OCoLC)fst01148616
Textile fabrics. (OCoLC)fst01148636
Textielindustrie. (NL-LeOCL)078687942
Textiel. (NL-LeOCL)126802246
Added Author Chen, Xiaogang, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Chen, Xiaogang. Advances in 3D Textiles. Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2015 9781782422143
ISBN 1782422196 (electronic bk.)
9781782422198 (electronic bk.)
1782422145
9781782422143
9781782422143
Standard No. AU@ 000060638842
AU@ 000067113344
CHBIS 010547955
CHVBK 341782130
DEBBG BV043216408
DEBSZ 451526953
DEBSZ 482375337
GBVCP 829929665
NZ1 16093705
UKMGB 017173298

 
    
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