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Cooling simulation on woven polyester by finite elements for improving quality inspection
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The aim of this research was to investigate the application possibilities of thermal simulations in the textile industry, focusing on simulating the cooling of a woven textile. This simulation aimed to compare the inspection results with the simulated ones to find defects in textiles and examine where they critically differed. This approach would cut down the time between iterations and could be an option to detect faults in textiles in substitution of the currently used method of applying machine learning on images. The simulation was based on the finite element method. The thermograms were measured by an infrared camera setup. From these data, we extrapolated the height and texture of the weaving. In a later phase of research, the results of this simulation were benchmarked against real measurements.
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English
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Engineering Proceedings
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The 17th International Workshop on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications, Venice, Italy, 10–13 September, 2023
Publication
2023
DOI
10.3390/ENGPROC2023051027
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51 (2023) , p. 1-4
Article Reference
27
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Creation 06.11.2023
Last edited 08.11.2023
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