Handbook Composites of Analytical Methods for Textile

  • Cox B
  • Flanagan G
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Abstract

The purpose of this handbook is to introduce models and computer codes for predicting the properties of textile composites. The handbook includes several models for predicting the stress-strain response all the way to ultimate failure; methods for assessing work of fracture and notch sensitivity; and design rules for avoiding certain critical mechanisms of failure, such as delamination, by proper textile design. The following textiles received some treatment: 2D woven, braided, and knitted/stitched laminates and 3D interlock weaves, and braids.

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Authors

  • Brian N. Cox

  • Gerry Flanagan

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