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Fibrous sensors to help the monitoring of weaving process

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The observation of the kinematics of the weaving process has been done by several approaches. Firstly, a global view of the dynamic motions of the loom parts has been achieved by high-speed camera at different specific areas during the weaving process. Secondly, a local observation using an innovative sensor yarn has been also been performed during the weaving process. Dynamic measurements on the different loom locations have been conducted to detect the local distribution of elongation on different warp yarns, especially applied on two different tows counts of continuous E-glass yarns inserted into 3D warp interlock fabrics. Shed opening and weaving reed beat-up steps have been confirmed as the most fibre degradation areas of the weaving loom.
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hal-04400600 , version 1 (17-01-2024)

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Francois Boussu, Nicolas Trifigny, Cédric Cochrane, Vladan Koncar. Fibrous sensors to help the monitoring of weaving process. -, 2019, -, -, pp.375-400. ⟨10.1016/B978-0-08-100574-3.00017-5⟩. ⟨hal-04400600⟩

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