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Advances in 3D Textiles by Xiaogang Chen

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3D woven preforms for E-textiles and composites reinforcements

M. Amirul (Amir) Islam    Bally Ribbon Mills, Bally, PA, USA

Abstract

This chapter discusses various three-dimensional (3D) fabrics, tapes, webbings, and 3D preforms for electronic textiles and composite applications, such as conductive tapes, elastic webbing with cable, respiratory inductance plethysmography belts for chest and abdomen, 3D panel preform for antenna, T, tapered T, X, cruciform, H, I beams, Pi, tapered Pi, intersecting Pi, single and double blade joints, thick panels, fillets (noodles), triangular truss core, double truss core, hexagonal structures, multiple-cell structures, polar structures, polar/orthogonal structures, composite window frame, composite woven ...

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