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Study of the cohesion of carbon fiber yarns: in-plane shear behavior

Abstract : Cohesion of the fibers network is a key element in numerous manufacturing processes of textile structures and composite parts, because it significantly affects the implementability and the obtained result. However, cohesion remains at the moment an intuitive concept. This paper aims to deal with this concept, first proposing a first interpretation of yarn cohesion. Thanks to this definition, the in-plane shear test is proposed to characterize and measure cohesion. Among many difficulties, it appears to be an interesting way to analyze the cohesion of yarns extracted from 7 different batches and to establish the link between cohesion and implementation in manufacturing processes of Herakles which supports this study. In addition, the phenomenon responsible for the yarn cohesion are tackled and the influence of the yarn constitution is analyzed.
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Wendling-Hivet Audrey, Mario Ramon Ferre, Samir Allaoui, Nunez Romain, Sylvie Loison, et al.. Study of the cohesion of carbon fiber yarns: in-plane shear behavior. International Journal of Material Forming, Springer Verlag, 2017, 10 (5), pp.671 - 683. ⟨10.1007/s12289-016-1310-y⟩. ⟨hal-01763186⟩



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