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Multilayer Reinforcement of Woven Fabric for Composite Materials

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This paper describes a new approach for the design of multilayer reinforcements of textile composite materials and products. We offer an alternative to multilayer complex fabrics for which the laminates of the composite reinforcement material consist of orthogonal woven fabrics with an original variable structure when each fabric layer is composed of alternating one-ply (one warp and one weft) and one-and-a-half-ply (one warp and two wefts) sections. Combination of these sections produces a "gearing" effect, preventing the delamination of textile composites in the process of their exploitation. An important aspect of the proposed method is a possibility to design woven fabrics in concurrence with the dimensions of the composite product and conditions of its exploitation; this leads to a substantial improvement of many properties of such composite product.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Mechanical Technology of Fiber Materials, Kherson National Technical University, Berislavskoe av., 24, Kherson, 73008, Ukraine; 2: Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA 70148, U.S.A.; 3: Department of Physics and Astronomy, Texas Christian University, TCU Box 298840, Fort Worth, TX 76129, U.S.A.


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