Effect of Vibration Mechanism Operating Conditions on the Structure of a Braided Preform
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We have studied the effect of the operating conditions for the vibration mechanism of a radial braiding machine on the cover factor for a braided preform. We present empirical dependences of the cover factor for a braided preform on the operating amplitude and frequency of the vibration mechanism. We have obtained adequate and statistically significant models for the dependence of the cover factor for a braided preform on the operating frequency of the vibration mechanism for a Herzog RF 1/64-120 braiding machine.
This work was done with the financial support of the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of grant EXC 128.
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