Papers

1. Youqi Wang, Agniprobho Mazumder, Binghui Liu and Chian-Fong Yen, "Applications of Digital
Element Approach in Textile Mechanics and Textile Composite Mechanics", Proceedings of the American
Society for Composites—Thirty-Fifth Technical Conference, September 2020, New Jersey, USA

2. Agniprobho Mazumder, Youqi Wang and Chian-Fong Yen, "A structured method to generate conformal
FE Mesh for Realistic Textile Composite Micro-Geometry", Composite Structures, v 239, Article 112032,
May 2020

3. Agniprobho Mazumder, Youqi Wang and Chian-Fong Yen, "Conforming Element Mesh for Realistic
Textile Composite Micro-Geometry", Proceedings of the American Society for Composites—Thirty-third
TechnicalConference, Seattle, Washington, 2018. Lancaster, PA, USA: DEStech Publications, Inc.,
Electronic product-6 2445-2558

4. Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao, Lejian Huang, Daniel Swenson, Chian-Fong Yen, Jian Yu, and James
Q.Zheng, "Effect of the inter-fiber friction on fiber damage propagation and ballistic limit of 2-D woven
fabrics under a fully confined boundary condition," International Journal of Impact Engineering Volume 97,
November 2016, Pages 66–78.

5. Lejian Huang, Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao, Daniel Swension, Ying Ma, Chian-Fong Yen. “Dynamic
Relaxation Approach with Periodic Boundary Conditions in Determining the 3-D Woven Textile
Micro-geometry," Composite Structures, v 106, p 417-423, December 2013.

6. Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao, Daniel Swenson, Bryan Cheeseman and Chian-Fong Yen, "Digital
element approach for simulating impact and penetration of textiles," International Journal of Impact
Engineering, v 37, n 5, p 552-60, May 2010.

7. Yuyang Miao, Eric Zhou, Youqi Wang, and Cheeseman, B., 2008, "Mechanics of textile composites:
Micro-geometry," Journal of Composites Science and Technology.

8. Bryan Cheeseman, Chian-Fong Yen, Brian R. Scott, Bruce LaMattina Yuyang Miao and Youqi
Wang, "Developing simulation capabilities to link textile manufacturing to ballistic performance,"
Proceedings of 24th International Symposium on Ballistics, New Orland, Oct., 2008.

9. Youqi Wang, "Application of digital element in ballistic penetration simulation," 17th US army
Symposium on Solid Mechanics, April, 2007.

10. Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao, and Bryan Cheeseman, "Digital element method for simulating impact
and penetration of textiles," Annual Conference of Fiber Society, Oct., 2006.

11. B.A. Cheeseman, C.F. Yen, B.R. Scott, B. Powers, T.A. Bogetti, B. Lamattina, Y. Duan, M. Keefe,
Y. Miao and Y. Wang, "From filaments to fabric packs-simulating the performance of
textile protection systems," Army Science Conference, Oct., 2006.

12. Sangwook Sinh, Youqi Wang and Eric Zhou, "Computational Modeling of 3-D Textile Composites,"
15th International Conference of Composite Materials, June, 2005, South Africa.

13. Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao, Bryan Cheeseman, "Digital element method in textile fabric mechanics,"
the Third MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, Boston, July, 2005.

14. Guangming Zhou, Xuekun Sun, and Youqi Wang. 2003. "Multi-chain digital analysis in textile
mechanics," Journal of Composites Science and Technology, 64, 239-244.

15. Youqi Wang, "Digital element approach: a powerful computational tool in textile fabric mechanics,"
Japan SAMPE International-8, Nov., 2003.

16. Youqi Wang, Yuyang Miao and Eric Zhou, "Textile Composite Mechanics: From Geometry to Mechanical
Properties," Invited paper, SAMPE International, Dayton, Ohio, Oct.,2003.

17. Youqi Wang, Xuekun Sun and Guangming Zhou, "Application of Digital Element in Textile Mechanics,"
TEXCOMP-6, Philadelphia, 2002.

18. Youqi Wang, and Xuekun Sun. 2001. "Digital element simulation of textile processes," Journal
of Composites Science and Technology, 63, 311-319.

19. Xuekun Sun and Youqi Wang, "Geometry of 3-D Braided Rectangular Preform with Axial Yarns,"
46th International SAMPE Symposium and Exhibition, May, 2001.

20. Youqi Wang and Xuekun Sun, "Determining the geometry of textile preforms using finite element
analysis," 15th Annual Technical Conference for Composites, Sept., 23-27, 2000.

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The DFCA Version 0.1.0 can be applied to determine the realistic fiber-level and yarn-level micro-geometry of woven fabrics. If you are interested in the use of DFCA and other applications, please contact us for more information!

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