Louise Brown
Louise Brown
Research Fellow, Mechanical Engineering, University of Nottingham
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Modelling and simulating textile structures using TexGen
H Lin, LP Brown, AC Long
Advanced materials research 331, 44-47, 2011
Geometrical modelling of 3D woven reinforcements for polymer composites: Prediction of fabric permeability and composite mechanical properties
X Zeng, LP Brown, A Endruweit, M Matveev, AC Long
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 56, 150-160, 2014
Modelling the geometry of textile reinforcements for composites: TexGen
AC Long, LP Brown
Composite reinforcements for optimum performance, 2011
Numerical prediction of in-plane permeability for multilayer woven fabrics with manufacture-induced deformation
X Zeng, A Endruweit, LP Brown, AC Long
Composites Part A: applied science and manufacturing 77, 266-274, 2015
Multi-scale wave propagation modelling for two-dimensional periodic textile composites
V Thierry, L Brown, D Chronopoulos
Composites Part B: Engineering 150, 144-156, 2018
Geometric modeling of 3D woven preforms in composite T-joints
S Yan, X Zeng, L Brown, A Long
Textile Research Journal 88 (16), 1862-1875, 2018
Prediction of textile geometry using an energy minimization approach
M Sherburn, A Long, A Jones, J Crookston, L Brown
Journal of Industrial Textiles 41 (4), 345-369, 2012
Quantification of mesoscale variability and geometrical reconstruction of a textile
F Gommer, LP Brown, R Brooks
Journal of Composite Materials 50 (23), 3255-3266, 2016
Effects of layer shift and yarn path variability on mechanical properties of a twill weave composite
MY Matveev, AC Long, LP Brown, IA Jones
Journal of Composite Materials 51 (7), 913-925, 2017
Stochastic reconstruction of filament paths in fibre bundles based on two-dimensional input data
F Gommer, KCA Wedgwood, LP Brown
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 76, 262-271, 2015
Modeling the geometry of textile reinforcements for composites: TexGen
LP Brown, AC Long
Composite Reinforcements for Optimum Performance, 237-265, 2021
Efficient meshing technique for textile composites unit cells of arbitrary complexity
MY Matveev, LP Brown, AC Long
Composite Structures 254, 112757, 2020
Analytical method using gamma functions for determining areas of power elliptical shapes for use in geometrical textile models
F Gommer, LP Brown, KCA Wedgwood
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 81, 222-224, 2016
Recent developments in the realistic geometric modelling of textile structures using TexGen
LP Brown, X Zeng, A Long, IA Jones
Composite reinforcements for optimum performance
A Long, L Brown
Modelling the geometry of textile reinforcements for composites: TexGen …, 2011
Characterisation and modelling of complex textile geometries using TexGen
LP Brown, A Endruweit, A Long, IA Jones
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 406 (1), 012024, 2018
A cell for the manufacture of composite components by filament winding
DG Elliman, P Sorenti, L Brown, M Shearing, V Middleton, MJ Owen
Advanced manufacturing engineering 1 (1), 15-20, 1988
Mesoscale geometric modelling of bifurcation in 3D woven T-beam preforms
LP Brown, S Yan, X Zeng, AC Long
louisepb/TexGen: TexGen v3. 10.0 (Version v3. 10.0). Zenodo
LP Brown, M Sherburn
Modelling framework for optimum multiaxial 3D woven textile composites
LP Brown, F Gommer, X Zeng, AC Long
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