Internal structure of structurally stitched NCF preform

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Koissin, V. and Ruopp, A. and Lomov, S.V. and Verpoest, I. and Witzel, V. and Drechsler, K. (2006) Internal structure of structurally stitched NCF preform. In: 12th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 12, 2006, August 29 - September 1, 2006, Biarritz, France.

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Abstract:The paper addresses the experimental investigation of the unit cell architecture in a structurally stitched multilayer carbon-fibre preform. Each layer is a multiaxial multiply non-crimp fabric (NCF) knit with a non-structural stitching. The term “structural” presumes here that the stitching yarn does not only consolidate the plies (as the non-structural one does) but also forms a 3D reinforcement. One stitching technique — tufting — is studied, with 120 tex aramide yarn. The experimental data reveals a considerable irregularity of the piercing pattern and fibre distribution.
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Conference URL:http://paginas.fe.up.pt/ECCM12/
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