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The 8-shape 3D composites were fabricated by using 3D woven fabrics of glass fibers as the reinforcement and unsaturated polyester resin as the matrix with hand lay-up molding technique. In the fabric, two groups of binder yarns in warp direction, connecting top and bottom skins, form 8 shape....
Poly( N -vinyl-2-pyrrolidone) (PVP) was used as an additive in polycarboxylic acids finishing bathes. It was found that treating cotton fabric with aqueous solution containing 4% PVP, 8% citric acid, and 8% sodium hypophosphite monohydrate, followed by drying at 100°C for 3 minutes and then...
Knife is the most commonly used single weapon in the UK, being 32% of the weapons used in violent incidents. Studies reveal that the majority (63.3%) of the knife-inflicted wounds were slash-type and could be disfiguring or life threatening if the blood vessels are ruptured. The stab-resistant...
This article presents the research work done in the framework of the Collaborative Research Centre — Textile Reinforcement for Structural Strengthening and Retrofitting. Previous results of textile reinforced concrete (TRC) have shown that the mechanical properties of the applied open grid warp...
This study focuses on combining traditional polymeric materials with nanoclays to engineer new composite monofilaments for nontraditional industries using extrusion process. Polypropylene/nanoclay composite monofilaments were produced using single screw extruder, and the structure and properties...
Impact property of composite material is influenced not only by the type of fiber/matrix, but also by the woven structure of the reinforcement. Presence of 3D fibers in reinforcement is reported to enhance the performance of textile composites in an impact event. This article attempts to study...
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