twill weave

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Noun1.twill weave - a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribstwill weave - a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribs
weave - pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
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The strain rate sensitivity of UD CFRP composites in the longitudinal (0[degrees]) and transverse (90[degrees]) directions as well as 2x2 twill weave composites at strain rates ranging between 0.
Below: Herringbone Decorative chevron pattern formed by reversing direction of the twill weave.
The twill weave was used to weave workwear because its intrinsic characteristics such as high strength crease resistant and high stiffness (9).
Hosur [8] studied the low velocity impact response of twill weave carbon fabric and plain weave S2-glass fabric hybrid composites.
The bold, vertical stripes of Parterre, like the regimented European gardens inspiring the name, give a formal structure to the traditional twill weave yet play with color and scale.
Fabric: The twill weave roller shade is two-sided, with a darker gray face positioned toward the outdoors for aesthetics and a white face that brightens the interior when it's lowered.
For the ESF with basic weaves, such as plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave, according to the number of maximum and minimum values in the rows or the columns of the ESF gray image, [D.
Surface density w of plain weave (P), twill weave (T), and combined twill weave (CT) materials increased several times after lamination, and relatively small increase occurred in their thickness S (Table 1).
It was made with a two-way weave - not the twill weave used on the Turin Shroud, which textile experts say was introduced more than 1,000 years after Christ lived.
3 kg/m2 twill weave fabric and an expanded polystyrene (EPS) 9 mm thick core with a density of 30 kg/[m.