Assessment of the Mechanical Behaviour of the Maritime Signaling Systems Based on Textiles Using Descriptive Statistics
Authors: Carmen Mihai, Alexandra Gabriela Ene, Mihaela Jomir
Abstract: The maritime signaling systems with textile components are light, flexible and efficient solutions [1, 4] and for their digital construction the researches were focused both on the prediction of the DB medium values and of those of the technical and functional characteristics. The designed and developed testing programme generated data on the system, by reaching the critical parameters; effectiveness; responsiveness; compatibility by evaluating the system in real interoperability conditions. Evaluation was a continuous, intensive process that involved: data analysis; defining the decisive parameters according to the operational requirements; establishing the degree of fulfillment of the technical performances; issuing hypotheses and conclusions regarding the progress registered in the technique and costs. It was demonstrated that the analised outliers, represented by the mechanical characteristics of the composite materials, component of the signaling system (braking resistance, tear resistance, braking elongation) and their joints (material-material and material – grain-gross band) do not have a negative impact on the textile structure, because they have values higher than the average for each set, so they will not influence the behavior and the functionality of the system in ground or open sea experimentation conditions.
Keywords: Composites, signaling systems, descriptive statistics.
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