What is it about?

In the previous part of this series, a theoretical model was presented to predict The ‘Comprehensive Tensile Modulus (CTM)’ in the initial elastic region. In order to verify the conformity and accuracy of the model, a novel tensile test method was developed to measure load-extension curve of the fabric samples to express the force elongation behavior of plain-woven fabrics when the force is imposed on the fabric and extended it simultaneously in all directions.

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Why is it important?

Reasonable agreement between theoretical and experimental results confirmed that the generated model is capable to predict the CTM index as a tensile property of plain-woven fabrics, adequately.

Perspectives

The “CTM” index is independent of the direction angle of applied force to the plain-woven fabric sample by current tensile testing machine. Therefore, tensile behavior in all directions for such a textile structure can be determined only by one mechanical index. As a special result, this model can extend the existing theories regarding fabric tensile strength.

saeed sanagoo
Islamic Azad University

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This page is a summary of: Study of tensile properties of plain-woven fabrics in all-directional using energy method, Part II: experimental verification, Journal of the Textile Institute, September 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/00405000.2019.1649580.
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