plain weave


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plain weave

[′plān ¦wēv]
(textiles)
A weave made by passing the filling yarns over one warp yarn and under the next, continuing alternately across each row.
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The unbalanced plain weave glass/PPS material data come from Angioni.
The qualitative behavior obtained by this study is also similar to the qualitative behavior obtained for plain weave E-glass/epoxy and plain weave carbon/epoxy (24).
In the 1830s, Godfrey Vigne saw a "most light and beautiful fabric, being of one half the thickness of the common shawl"; this exquisite material, which had been invented for the turbans of Kashmir's Sikh rulers, was called yek-tar (one thread), perhaps denoting a plain weave.
Figure 5a shows a plain weave carbon fibers fabric with the fibers being orientated in perpendicular directions to one another.
Hosur [8] studied the low velocity impact response of twill weave carbon fabric and plain weave S2-glass fabric hybrid composites.
However, some of the elements cross one another perpendicularly, which is typical of plain weave interlaced elements.
html) uses a mix of miniripstop and plain weave 50D fabrics with double layer taffeta on the shoulders for added protection when carrying a pack.
They can see how a woven fabric is constructed when the yarns are slowly removed from a plain weave woven fabric.
Sheets: 350-thread-count Egyptian cotton plain weave.
These are the two warp sheds (openings), for the plain weave.
A plain weave consists of one fill line interacting with one warp line in an immediate over-under repeating pattern.