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Journal of the Japan Society for Composite Materials
Three-dimensional composites with more than 3 axes consist of roving or rod-shape unidirectional composite materials which are arranged to different orientations and resin matrix filled among them. This paper describes the arrangement of the fiber bundles in 3-dimensional composites with 3 to 7 axes, and proposes the calculating method to determine the size and the shape of the fiber bundles and the volume fraction of the fiber in the composites.doi:10.6089/jscm.18.231 fatcat:qve7raegovbh3a6zq7fee5gbum