Origin of tensile strength of a woven sample cut in bias directions

@inproceedings{Pan2015OriginOT,
  title={Origin of tensile strength of a woven sample cut in bias directions},
  author={Ning Pan and Radko Kovař and Mehdi Kamali Dolatabadi and Ping Quan Wang and Diantang Zhang and Ying Sun and Li Chen},
  booktitle={Royal Society open science},
  year={2015}
}
Textile fabrics are highly anisotropic, so that their mechanical properties including strengths are a function of direction. An extreme case is when a woven fabric sample is cut in such a way where the bias angle and hence the tension loading direction is around 45° relative to the principal directions. Then, once loaded, no yarn in the sample is held at both ends, so the yarns have to build up their internal tension entirely via yarn-yarn friction at the interlacing points. The overall fabric… CONTINUE READING
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