Shear deformation analysis for woven fabrics

@inproceedings{Sun2004ShearDA,
  title={Shear deformation analysis for woven fabrics},
  author={Huiyu Sun and N Pan},
  year={2004}
}
A new mechanical model is proposed in this paper to evaluate the shearing properties for woven fabrics during the initial slip region. Compared to the existing mechanical model for fabric shear, this model involves not only bending but also torsion of curved yarns. This model has the advantage of taking into consideration the yarn undulation in fabrics while keeping mathematical rigor. Moreover, an erroneous formula in the previous research work from a referenced paper is modified. Analytical… CONTINUE READING

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