Numerical investigations on a yarn structure at the microscale towards scale transition
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Since the beginning of the last decade, few examples of multifilament models for dry fabrics have been presented in literature. This work deals with the simulation of a single yarn subjected to transverse impact. Inspired by the models previously developed by other authors, a revisited form of Discrete Element Method has been adopted to perform microscopic analyses in a more efficient computational environment. Transverse impact analysis onto a single KEVLAR KM2 yarn has been performed using this approach. Truss elements have been adopted to discretize yarn filaments instead of heavy computational 3D finite elements. A good agreement with literature results has been achieved with an important reduction of computational resource. In the end, a proposed scale transition is discussed.
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