The dense-winding conditions have been found for glass-reinforced plastic pipe wound simultaneously with a large number of strands [conditions (15), (17), and (18)] and relations have been obtained for calculating the winding mechanism kinematics. Kinematic equations have been derived for dense winding by displacement of the strands in the pipe cross section, along the pipe axis, and in both directions at once.
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Glass-Reinforced Plastics Division of the All-Union Lenin Electrical Engineering Institute, Khar'kov. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 6, pp. 1057–1064, November–December, 1970.
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Seleznev, L.N., Kinevskii, V.N. & Miloslavskii, Z.I. Investigation of the principal dense-winding conditions for wound glass-reinforced plastic pipe. Polymer Mechanics 6, 920–925 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00856906
- Kinematic Equation
- Plastic Pipe
- Pipe Axis
- Pipe Cross Section
- Mechanism Kinematic