Cross-Sectional Configuration and its Combined Model of Yarns in Woven Fabric
CSCM in fabric is an important content of fabric geometry. Based on research work in the past, cross-sectional configuration of yarn in some real fabrics is observed. Several models can be used to describe it: round, ellipse and so on. Fabric with multiple weave-points below the same float can appear overlapping, staving and abnormal deformed yarns, especially serious in fabric with high density. So it’s unscientific to unify cross-sectional configuration to certain model, although there exist round, ellipse configuration in real fabric, triangle, cuneiform, sector are also observed in compacted fabric with multiple weave points. These models above are just examples only. In this case, it’s no meaningful to analyze the cross-section of mono-yarn. So combined CSCM is proposed to express yarn configuration in compacted fabric with multiple weave points.
Xiaoming Qian and Huawu Liu
R. T. Liu et al., "Cross-Sectional Configuration and its Combined Model of Yarns in Woven Fabric", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 332-334, pp. 1007-1010, 2011