Towards modelling of the frictional behaviour of deforming fibrous tows: A
geometrical approach

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Cornelissen, Bo and Akkerman, Remko (2010) Towards modelling of the frictional behaviour of deforming fibrous tows: A
geometrical approach.
In: 10th International Conference on Textile Composites, TEXCOMP 10, 2010, October 25-29, 2010, Lille, France.

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Abstract:Fibrous tows used in continuous fibre-reinforced polymers (CFRPs) deform
geometrically during the production of composite products. The cross-sectional
geometry of the tow is influenced by the load-induced deformation mechanisms. A
study of the effect of two commonly assumed geometrical tow shapes on an
equivalent pressure distribution in a tow-on-a-pin spreading arrangement was
performed. The preliminary results show that both elliptic and parabolic tow
geometries have qualitatively the comparable equivalent pressure distributions.
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