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Knitting processes for composites manufacture

Abstract : This chapter depicts the advantages and drawbacks of knits as composite reinforcements and gives a nonexhaustive overview of some properties and applications. First, the knitting process capabilities are described, focusing on the opportunity given to knit net-shape 3D preforms with holes and various local properties. Then, the main characteristics of knit permeability are discussed. Finally, the mechanical behavior of dry knits and knit-reinforced composites are investigated. The improvement of the composite mechanical properties by adding inlaid yarns is particularly emphasized, from both experimental and modeling points of view.
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Gilles Dusserre, Gérard Bernhart. Knitting processes for composites manufacture. Extrait de : Advances in composites manufacturing and process design (chap.2) / sous la dir. de P. BOISSE, Elsevier, p.27-53, 2015, Woodhead publishing series in composites science and engineering ; 56, 978-1-78242-307-2. ⟨10.1016/B978-1-78242-307-2.00002-6⟩. ⟨hal-01725441⟩



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