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    Title: Evaluation and Preparation of PET Aluminum Foil/ PLA Nonwoven Compound Fabric as Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness Protective Clothing
    Authors: 林青玫;LIN, CHIN-MEI;林敬文;Lin, Ching-wen
    Contributors: 時尚設計學系
    Keywords: Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness (EMSE);Non-Woven;PET Aluminum Foil;Polylactide (PLA);Protective Clothing
    Date: 2010-08
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 10:33:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study designed a flexible electromagnetic resistant fabric it is not only apt to make protective clothing, but also simple process dependence on its application. Polylactide fiber (PLA) and the low melting polylactide fiber (LMPLA) were blended to fabricate nonwoven matrix. Then polyester (PET) aluminum foil inserted between two layers of PLA nonwoven matrix to fabricate a compound matrix by needle punching. Afterward, physical properties and electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of different layers compound matrix were be evaluated.The result indicated that Tensile strength of sample B was 189.16 N; tear strength of sample C was 579.43 N. Burst strength of sample B which was laminated five-layers compound matrix had best burst strength, 3326.18 N, and excellent electromagnetic shielding effectiveness, over 90 dB.
    Relation: Advanced Materials Research
    Appears in Collections:[時尚設計學系] 期刊論文

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