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    Title: Structure design and property evaluation of silver/stainless steel composite fabric
    Authors: 黃柏文;Hwang, Po-Wen;陳安邦;Chen, An-Pang;李婷婷;Li, Ting-Ting;樓靜文;Lou, Ching Wen;林佳弘;Lin, Jia-Horng;*
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Date: 2016-01
    Issue Date: 2016-11-08 10:21:59 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study presents a fabrication method for functional commingled yarns and prepared conductive knitted fabrics for shielding electromagnetic waves and electrostatic discharge. Stainless steel filament was used as core yarn, polyethylene terephthalate filament or silver yarn was used as wrapped yarn producing polyethylene terephthalate/polyethylene terephthalate/stainless steel filament or silver/silver/stainless steel filament commingled yarns via filaments hollow spindle spinning system and then knitting into silver/stainless steel composite fabric. The effects of cycle number and metal content on air permeability, surface resistance, and electromagnetic shielding properties of resultant knitted fabrics were discussed. Besides, influences of number of layers and lamination angle on electromagnetic shielding were also investigated intensively. The result shows that, conductive composite fabrics made by silver/silver/stainless steel filament commingled yarns and 450D polyethylene terephthalate plied filaments had higher surface resistance of 3.4 Log(Ω/sq) and 5.6 Log(Ω/sq), respectively, in coursewise and walewise directions. Electromagnetic shielding varied with number of layer, lamination angle, cycle number, and metal content. When six layers of conductive knitted fabrics were laminated with 45°, electromagnetic shielding reached 15 dB at 1–3 GHz frequency. The highest air permeability, 317.6 cm3/cm2/s, occurred at single-layer conductive composite fabric.
    Relation: Journal of Industrial Textiles
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Fashion Design] Journal Article

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