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Digital Material R&D => Composites => Modelling of composites => Topic started by: Martina Hümbert on June 01, 2021, 11:49:26 AM

Title: Non-crimp farbic
Post by: Martina Hümbert on June 01, 2021, 11:49:26 AM
Hi,
is there an easy way to generate a non-crimp fabric?
Thanks
Martina
Title: Re: Non-crimp farbic
Post by: Sebastian Rief on June 07, 2021, 04:37:46 PM
Hi Martina,
The easiest way to create non-crimp fabrics is to use the predefined option "LamiGeo (Create Laminates)" in FiberGeo (find it under FiberGeo --> Predefined, or alternatively under GeoApp --> Module Predefined --> FiberGeo. With LamiGeo, laminates can be created with a simple graphical user interface.

If you want to create more complicated non-crimp fabrics (or generally layered structures), first create the layers (e.g. with FiberGeo) and attach them with LayerGeo --> Attach.
Cheers,Sebastian