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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Plain weave structure was chosen because fibers were given more crimp deformation than in twill or satin.
Under one distance, it is clearly found that plain weave electrode shows less impedance than honeycomb electrode under the same size of electrode.
Left: Plain Weave Most commonly manufactured, stable weave with a flat surface.
The unbalanced plain weave glass/PPS material data come from Angioni.
Meanwhile, to facilitate ordering the wool, Ruthadell had done an extensive sampling of knots, plain weave, and warp to determine their lengths and sizes.
The proposed method can apply to most of ESFs, which is verified from testing results of the plain weave, twill weave and satin weave fabrics in this study.
Uneven deformations become evident during the primary deformation stage ([[epsilon].sub.i] = 5%) within specimens of stretched plain weave P, twill weave T, and combined twill weave CT (Table 2).
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).
Stripes are back in when used in combination with plain fabrics for dramatic effect, but abandon straight lines and choose a soft shape sofa with a plain weave in sage green, taupe or duck egg blue.
Silk and gold leaf paper strips, twill weave with supplementary brocading wefts, lined with silk, plain weave, 64 x 52 1/2" (163 x 133 cm).
On a Midwestern fourdrinier, the Avantexx2, the first plain weave top double layer, has provided a 15.7% draw reduction.
Three different types of the belt are available: single-layered mesh in twill weave for carding processes, double-layered for high-quality forming of nonwovens or single-layered in plain weave for drylaid processes.