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Journal of engineered fibers and fabrics (2022). doi:10.1177/15589250211073249
Currently, industrial winding processes are often optimized by trial and error. A digital twin of winding processes could be helpful in order to assist industry to optimize the winding processes. Formulating the kinematic equations that form the basis of such a simulation of the winding process is straightforward in principle. However, a major challenge is to model the increase of the package diameter as a function of time or length of wound up yarn, respectively. In this paper, a kinematicdoi:10.18154/rwth-2022-02436 fatcat:uirxq2iih5crtggkugyx73p4ne