3D, 4D Textiles and composite materials

3B1_0446_ INFLUENCE OF THE NUMBER OF LAYER ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF 3D WARP INTERLOCK FABRIC MADE WITH FLAX ROVING

Authors
  • Henri Lansiaux
  • Damien Soulat
  • François Boussu
  • Ahmad Rashed Labanieh

Abstract

From 1000 Tex flax rovings, five 3D warp interlock structures, based on a plain weave diagram, were woven on a prototype weaving machine developed at GEMTEX laboratory. The aim of this study is to compare these 3D warp interlock fabrics with different number of layers (3, 5, 7, 11 and 23). Results show that thicknesses, areal densities, weft densities, binding warp crimp and maximum tensile load in weft direction are related to the number of layers.

Keywords: NATURAL FIBRE, 3D WARP INTERLOCK FABRIC, MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

How to Cite:

Lansiaux, H. & Soulat, D. & Boussu, F. & Labanieh, A., (2019) “3B1_0446_ INFLUENCE OF THE NUMBER OF LAYER ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF 3D WARP INTERLOCK FABRIC MADE WITH FLAX ROVING”, Proceedings of the 19th World Textile Conference - Autex 2019 , p.5.

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Published on
10 Jul 2019
Peer Reviewed