Young Stress Analyst Competition – YSA 09 Assessing the feasibility of monitoring strain in historical tapestries using Digital Image

  • Correlation Djallal Khennouf
  • Published 2009


Tapestries are produced by weaving on a loom where closely spaced, highly twisted yarns, known as warp yarns, are stretched and fixed in one direction. Less dense yarns are woven transverse to the warp yarns to produce the pattern; these are known as the weft yarns. On completion the tapestry is hung so that the weft yarns support the weight of the tapestry… (More)

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