Electrospinning of continuous nanofiber bundles and twisted nanofiber yarns

Ali, Usman, Zhou, Yaqiong, Wang, Xungai and Lin, Tong 2011, Electrospinning of continuous nanofiber bundles and twisted nanofiber yarns. In Lin, Tong (ed), Nanofibers - production, properties and functional applications, InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, pp.153-174.

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Title Electrospinning of continuous nanofiber bundles and twisted nanofiber yarns
Author(s) Ali, Usman
Zhou, Yaqiong
Wang, XungaiORCID iD for Wang, Xungai orcid.org/0000-0002-3549-6769
Lin, TongORCID iD for Lin, Tong orcid.org/0000-0002-1003-0671
Title of book Nanofibers - production, properties and functional applications
Editor(s) Lin, TongORCID iD for Lin, Tong orcid.org/0000-0002-1003-0671
Publication date 2011
Chapter number 8
Total chapters 31
Start page 153
End page 174
Total pages 22
Publisher InTech
Place of Publication Rijeka, Croatia
Keyword(s) electrospinning
Summary Spinning is a prehistoric technology in which endless filaments, shorter fibers or twisted fibers are put together to produce yarns that serve as key element to assemble multifarious structural designs for diverse functions. Electrospinning has been regarded as the most effective and versatile technology to produce nanofibers with controlled fiber morphology, dimension and functional components from various polymeric materials (Dersch et al., 2007, Frenot and Chronakis, 2003, Schreuder-Gibson et al., 2002). However, most electrospun fibers are produced in the form of randomly-oriented nonwoven fiber mats (Doshi and Reneker, 1995, Madhavamoorthi, 2005). The relatively low mechanical strength and difficulty in tailoring the fibrous structure have restricted their applications. With the rapid development in nanoscience and nanotechnology, yarns composed of nanofibers may uncover new opportunities for development of well-defined three dimensional nano fibrous architectures. This chapter focuses on recent research and advancement in electrospinning of nanofiber bundles and nanofiber yarns. The preparation, morphology, mechanical properties and potential applications of these fibrous materials are discussed in details.
ISBN 9789533074207
Language eng
Field of Research 100707 Nanomanufacturing
Socio Economic Objective 870303 Polymeric Materials (e.g. Paints)
HERDC Research category B2 Book chapter in non-commercially published book
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