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Conductive fabrics for heating applications

Kaynak, Akif, Håkansson, Eva and Nahavandi, Saeid 2004, Conductive fabrics for heating applications, in Mechatronics 2004 : 9th Mechatronics Forum International Conference, Ankara, 30 Aug-1 Sept 2004 : conference proceedings, Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey, pp. 111-121.

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Title Conductive fabrics for heating applications
Author(s) Kaynak, Akif
Håkansson, Eva
Nahavandi, Saeid
Conference name Mechatronics Forum International Conference (9th : 2004 : Ankara, Turkey)
Conference location Ankara, Turkey
Conference dates 30 August - 1 September 2004
Title of proceedings Mechatronics 2004 : 9th Mechatronics Forum International Conference, Ankara, 30 Aug-1 Sept 2004 : conference proceedings
Editor(s) Erden, Abdulkadir
Platin, Bulent E.
Acar, Memis
Publication date 2004
Start page 111
End page 121
Publisher Atilim University
Place of publication Ankara, Turkey
Keyword(s) polypyrrole
fibres
thermal properties
surface morphology
Summary By coating textiles with electrically conductive organic polymers, we are able to produce functional, intelligent fabrics. These fabrics can be utilised in applications such as gas sensors, actuators, electromagnetic shielding, radar absorption, selected frequency filtering in indoor wireless applications, and heating applications where vital parts of the body can be heated without embedding any wiring through the fabric.

Heat generation in fabrics coated with the conductive polymer polypyrrole was investigated. The fabrics were coated by chemical synthesis methods by oxidizing the pyrrole monomer in the presence of the fabric substrate. Ferric chloride was selected as the oxidizing agent and anthraquinone-2-sulfonic acid (AQSA) sodium salt monohydrate as the dopant.

Conductive fabrics were characterized by resistivity measurements, scanning electron microscopy, thermal imaging, current transmission over a period of time and calculations of power density per unit area. Effects of reaction conditions on the electrical properties and heat generated are presented. Polypyrrole coated fabrics were stable and possessed high electrical conductivity. Resistivity values ranged from 100-500 ohms/square depending on the reaction parameters. When subjected to a constant voltage of 24V, the polypyrrole coated polyester-Lycra® fabric doped with AQSA reached a maximum temperature of 42°C and a power density per unit area of 430 W/m2 was achieved.
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ISBN 9756707135
9789756707135
Language eng
Field of Research 091209 Polymers and Plastics
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2004, Atilim University
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30005270

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