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Comparative experimental and numerical analysis of bending behaviour of dry and low viscous infiltrated woven fabrics
A B S T R A C T Wet compression moulding (WCM) provides high-volume production potential for continuous fibre-reinforced composite components via simultaneous draping and infiltration. Experimental and theoretical investigations proved strong mutual dependencies between resin flow and fabric deformation, which are not fully understood yet. This limits development of suitable process simulation methods and applies in particular for the characterisation of infiltrated bending behaviour -essentialdoi:10.5445/ir/1000096213 fatcat:4chh272tejhonbrsn3ehlrgqti