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Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2023 / V.35,no.3,Sept
Title Microfiber-based Textile Pressure Sensor with High Sensitivity and Skin-breathability
Authors Kangto Han†, Jang-hee Choi1†, Jeongwoo Lim2, Hyeyoung Gong2, and Geun Yeol Bae*
Institution/Affiliations Kumoh National Institute of Technology, 1Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, 2Intertek Testin
Pages/Total page pp.179 ~ 187 / 9
Language Korean
Abstract In this study, we developed a microfiber-based flexible pressure sensor with high sensitivity and excellent skin breathability. A nonwoven fabric composed of microfibers was prepared by electrospinning, which resulted in excellent moisture permeability of the sensor (143 g∙m-2∙h-1). In particular, high-pressure sensitivity (0.36 kPa-1) was achieved by introducing submicron structures on the microfiber surface by controlling the ambient humidity during electrospinning. The fabrication technology of the microfiber-based flexible pressure sensors reported in this study is expected to contribute to the commercialization of flexible pressure sensors applicable to long-term wearable health monitoring as well as virtual/augmented reality and electronic skin applications.
Keywords flexible, electrospinning, sensor, skin-breathability, high sensitivity
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Reference http://koreascience.or.kr/journal/OSGGBT.page

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