Weave Structures Effect on the Shear Deformation of Annular Shaped Woven Fabrics
The annular woven shaped fabrics are woven on ordinary weaving frames, and equally distributed long and short wefts in the fabric, which can make the whole fabric has equal weft density. Though the fabric is woven on ordinary weaving frame, the batch roller is cone frustum, not cylinder. When batching the annular shaped woven fabric, the share deformation happens. In this paper, adopted plain weave and twill weave to weave the shaped fabric, and contrast the shear deformation between the two weaves. The result shows that the woven fabric with twill weave is softer, and easy to reach deformation balance in the process of weaving, so the woven fabrics with twill weave have more equal weft density and more flatten.
Rui Wang and Huawu Liu
H. C. Chen and X. F. Guo, "Weave Structures Effect on the Shear Deformation of Annular Shaped Woven Fabrics", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 331, pp. 198-201, 2011