Free trade: 1793-1886. Early sources in economics, vol. 3 by Lars Magnusson

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8] and used for the homogenization of properties for a Cosserat continuum. There is also a number of approaches [7,14,15,17,22] which model the structure by volume elements and thus allow for consideration of different Poisson’s ratios of fiber and matrix. Lomov et al. [17] developed a program to model various textile architectures and calculate stiffness of textile composites using the method of inclusions. Kim and Swan [15] describe a method to model a RVE for textile composites with an adaptive voxel method.

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Cox et al. [2] proposed a binary model that describes the roving architecture with trusselements. Due to the use of truss elements it is very efficient. This method was taken up by Haasemann et al. [8] and used for the homogenization of properties for a Cosserat continuum. There is also a number of approaches [7,14,15,17,22] which model the structure by volume elements and thus allow for consideration of different Poisson’s ratios of fiber and matrix. Lomov et al. [17] developed a program to model various textile architectures and calculate stiffness of textile composites using the method of inclusions.

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