Multiaxial fibrous structures

09 Aug 2017 Science

Multiaxial fibrous structures

The multiaxial structures are based on fibrous materials (especially textile yarns and filaments) in which they are arranged in four distinct directions (0°/90°/+45°/-45°). The diagonal reinforcement (±45°) mainly favors to enhance the isotropic mechanical properties. T...

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