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Two Component Finite Element Model for the Simulation of Shaping of Prepreg Woven Fabric

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Continuous fibre reinforced composites are now firmly established engineering materials for the manufacture of components in the automotive and aerospace industries. They offer design engineers enormous opportunities for introducing new design concepts whilst reducing costs. In this respect, preimpregnated gives flexibility in the composite shaping and is already playing an important role in increasing the use of advanced composites. The ability to define, in advance, the ply shapes and material orientation allows engineers to optimize the composite structural properties of the part for maximum strength, maximum material utilization and maximum lay-up efficiency.
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hal-02573141 , version 1 (18-01-2024)

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Abel Cherouat, Jean-Louis Billoët, Sid Belhous. Two Component Finite Element Model for the Simulation of Shaping of Prepreg Woven Fabric. Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering ’98, Springer Netherlands, pp.323-330, 1999, ⟨10.1007/978-94-015-9198-0_40⟩. ⟨hal-02573141⟩
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