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Braiding technology for textiles by Kyosev, Y

By Kyosev, Y

Braided materials are made through interlacing yarns or strips of material. Braiding produces a variety of constructions for technical cloth purposes from clinical sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written via one of many world's top specialists within the box, the booklet studies the elemental ideas, layout and strategies utilized in braiding. The publication additionally discusses specialized braiding innovations equivalent to spiral braiding Read more...


Written through one of many world's prime specialists within the box, the e-book experiences the fundamental rules, layout and methods utilized in braiding. The booklet additionally discusses specialized braiding concepts such Read more...

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This first addresses what is known as “row-and-column 3D braiding,” mainly in retrospect, but emphasizing those accomplishments and persistent issues which are of a general value for any branch of 3D braiding technology. That category of 3D braiding methods has been flourishing from the late 1960s till the late 1990s, as is evident from the number of issued patents, conference publications, and journal articles, summarized in the book chapters cited in this chapter. During that period, the other principal direction, known under the names “3D rotary braiding” and “3D horngear braiding” (we prefer using the former name here), has been in relative obscurity with only a few valuable patents issued, such as Tsuzuki et al.

3. They pointed out, however, that their solution is not ideal, because the distance between the carrier rows (eg, cylindrical tracks) and the braiding point is different. Accordingly, when a carrier is transferred from one row to another along the cylinder axis, its distance from the braiding point varies accordingly. 3 Schematics of row-and-column 3D braider with cylindrical shape of the bedplate: (a) general view and (b) fiber carriers placed on the inner surface. , 1991. Apparatus and Method for Braiding Fiber Strands and Stuffer Fiber Strands.

Several very important effects concerning mechanical performance of 3D braided composites were revealed in those studies. First, the effect of different braiding patterns was manifested in very different fiber architectures, and even in a significantly different braid angle. Second, the effect was revealed of using a large volume content of axial yarns. Third, significant difference in stiffness and strength characteristics was obtained from tensile, compressive, and flexural loading cases. And fourth, differences were revealed between mechanical properties of “cut” and “uncut” 3D braided samples.

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