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Axial yarn

Axial yarn

The axial yarn is a term used to describe a system of three or four-dimensional weaving processes made often by computer models and the use of advanced weaving machines. The topological structure of 3D five-directional braided preforms is determined by the braiding process, which is realized through the permutation of yarn carriers on a machine bed by row and column track movements in the X and Y direction. Longitudinal yarns in a triaxial braid that are inserted between bias yarns. Three-dimensional (3D) five-directional braided composites are significant structural materials in the fields of astronauts and aeronautics structures made of special textile materials. See also 3D braided fabrics
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