Smart Fibres, Fabrics and Clothing (Woodhead Publishing Limited Series on Fibres)

Smart Fibres, Fabrics and Clothing (Woodhead Publishing Limited Series on Fibres)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 316 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780849311727
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SMART FIBRES, FABRICS AND CLOTHING starts with a review of the background to smart technology and goes on to cover a wide range of the material science and fiber science aspects of the technology including: * electrically active polymeric materials and the applications of nonionic polymer gel and elastomers for artificial muscles* thermally sensitive fibres and fabrics* cross-linked polyol fibrous substratesstimuli-responsive interpenetrating polymer network hydrogel * permeation control through stimuli-responsive polymer membranes* optical fibre sensors, hollow fibre membranes for gas separation* integrating fibre-formed components into textile structures* wearable electronic and photonic technologies* adaptive and responsive textile structures (ARTS)* and biomedical applications including the applications of scaffolds in tissue engineeringThis book provides a guide to the fundamentals and latest developments in smart technology for textiles and clothing. The contributors represent a distinguished international panel of experts and the book covers many aspects of cutting edge research and development. It gives you insight into technological developments in the field valuable and fascinating.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           xi
List of contributors xiii
Acknowledgements xvii
1 Smart technology for textiles and 1 (6)
clothing -- introduction and overview
Xiaoming Tao
1.1 Introduction 1 (2)
1.2 Development of smart technology for 3 (2)
textiles and clothing
1.3 Outline of the book 5 (2)
2 Electrically active polymer materials -- 7 (27)
application of non-ionic polymer gel and
elastomers for artificial muscles
Toshihiro Hirai
Jianming Zheng
Masashi Watanabe
Hirofusa Shirai
2.1 Introduction 7 (2)
2.2 Polymer materials as actuators or 9 (1)
artificial muscle
2.3 Peculiarity of polymer gel actuator 10 (1)
2.4 Triggers for actuating polymer gels 10 (5)
2.5 Electro-active polymer gels as 15 (13)
artificial muscles
2.6 From electro-active polymer gel to 28 (2)
electro-active elastomer with large
deformation
2.7 Conclusions 30 (4)
Acknowledgements 30 (1)
References 30 (4)
3 Heat-storage and thermo-regulated 34 (24)
textiles and clothing
Xingxiang Zhang
3.1 Development introduction 34 (1)
3.2 Basics of heat-storage materials 35 (6)
3.3 Manufacture of heat-storage and 41 (6)
thermo-regulated textiles and clothing
3.4 Properties of heat-storage and 47 (5)
thermo-regulated textiles and clothing
3.5 Application 52 (2)
3.6 Development trends 54 (4)
References 55 (3)
4 Thermally sensitive materials 58 (25)
Pushpa Bajaj
4.1 Introduction 58 (2)
4.2 Thermal storage and thermal 60 (8)
insulating fibres
4.3 Thermal insulation through polymeric 68 (7)
coatings
4.4 Designing of fabric assemblies 75 (8)
References 79 (4)
5 Cross-linked polyol fibrous substrates as 83 (10)
multifunctional and multi-use intelligent
materials
Tyrone L. Vigo
Devron P. Thibodeaux
5.1 Introduction 83 (1)
5.2 Fibrous intelligent materials 83 (2)
5.3 Experimental 85 (1)
5.4 Results and discussion 86 (5)
5.5 Conclusions 91 (2)
References 92 (1)
6 Stimuli-responsive interpenetrating 93 (16)
polymer network hydrogels composed of
poly(vinyl alcohol) and poly(acrylic acid)
Young Moo Lee
So Yeon Kim
6.1 Introduction 93 (2)
6.2 Experimental 95 (2)
6.3 Results and discussion 97 (9)
6.4 Conclusions 106 (3)
References 107 (2)
7 Permeation control through 109 (15)
stimuli-responsive polymer membrane
prepared by plasma and radiation grafting
techniques
Young Moo Lee
Jin Kie Shim
7.1 Introduction 109 (1)
7.2 Experimental 110 (2)
7.3 Results and discussion 112 (9)
7.4 Conclusions 121 (3)
Acknowledgement 122 (1)
References 122 (2)
8 Mechanical properties of fibre Bragg 124 (26)
gratings
Xiaogeng Tian
Xiaoming Tao
8.1 Introduction 124 (1)
8.2 Fabrication techniques 125 (2)
8.3 Mechanisms of FBG sensor fabrication 127 (3)
8.4 Mechanical properties 130 (3)
8.5 Influence of the UV irradiation on 133 (8)
mechanical properties
8.6 Polymeric fibre 141 (4)
8.7 Conclusions 145 (5)
Acknowledgements 145 (1)
References 145 (5)
9 Optical responses of FBG sensors under 150 (24)
deformations
Dongxiao Yang
Xiaoming Tao
Aping Zhang
9.1 Introduction 150 (1)
9.2 Optical methodology for FBG sensors 151 (5)
9.3 Optical responses under tension 156 (2)
9.4 Optical responses under torsion 158 (3)
9.5 Optical responses under lateral 161 (4)
compression
9.6 Optical responses under bending 165 (1)
9.7 Conclusions 166 (8)
Acknowledgements 167 (1)
References 167 (7)
10 Smart textile composites integrated with 174 (26)
fibre optic sensors
Xiaoming Tao
10.1 Introduction 174 (1)
10.2 Optical fibres and fibre optic 175 (2)
sensors
10.3 Principal analysis of embedded fibre 177 (4)
Bragg grating sensors
10.4 Simultaneous measurements of strain 181 (6)
and temperature
10.5 Measurement effectiveness 187 (4)
10.6 Reliability of FBGs 191 (1)
10.7 Error of strain measurement due to 192 (3)
deviation of position and direction
10.8 Distributed measurement systems 195 (1)
10.9 Conclusions 195 (5)
Acknowledgements 197 (1)
References 197 (3)
11 Hollow fibre membranes for gas separation 200 (18)
Philip J. Brown
11.1 Historical overview of membranes for 200 (2)
gas separation
11.2 Development of membranes for 202 (9)
industrial gas separation
11.3 Theories of permeation processes 211 (1)
11.4 Phase inversion and hollow fibre 211 (3)
membrane formation
11.5 Future hollow fibre membranes and 214 (4)
industrial gas separation
References 215 (3)
12 Embroidery and smart textiles 218 (8)
Barbel Selm
Bernhard Bischoff
Roland Seidl
12.1 Introduction 218 (1)
12.2 Basics of embroidery technology 218 (2)
12.3 Embroidery for technical 220 (1)
applications -- tailored fibre placement
12.4 Embroidery technology used for 221 (3)
medical textiles
12.5 Embroidered stamp -- gag or 224 (1)
innovation?
12.6 Summary 225 (1)
References 225 (1)
13 Adaptive and responsive textile 226 (20)
structures (ARTS)
Sungmee Park
Sundaresan Jayaraman
13.1 Introduction 226 (1)
13.2 Textiles in computing: the symbiotic 226 (2)
relationship
13.3 The Georgia Tech Wearable 228 (8)
Motherboard™
13.4 GTWM: contributions and potential 236 (4)
applications
13.5 Emergence of a new paradigm: 240 (4)
harnessing the opportunity
13.6 Conclusion 244 (2)
Acknowledgements 245 (1)
References 245 (1)
14 Wearable technology for snow clothing 246 (8)
Heikki Mattila
14.1 Introduction 246 (1)
14.2 Key issues and performance 247 (1)
requirements
14.3 The prototype 248 (4)
14.4 Conclusions 252 (2)
15 Bioprocessing for smart textiles and 254 (24)
clothing
Elisabeth Heine
Hartwig Hoecker
15.1 Introduction 254 (2)
15.2 Treatment of wool with enzymes 256 (7)
15.3 Treatment of cotton with enzymes 263 (7)
15.4 Enzymatic modification of synthetic 270 (1)
fibres
15.5 Spider silk 270 (1)
15.6 `Intelligent' fibres 271 (1)
15.7 Conclusions 271 (7)
Acknowledgements 272 (1)
References 272 (6)
16 Tailor-made intelligent polymers for 278 (13)
biomedical applications
Andreas Lendlein
16.1 Introduction 278 (2)
16.2 Fundamental aspects of shape memory 280 (1)
materials
16.3 Concept of biodegradable shape 281 (3)
memory polymers
16.4 Degradable thermoplastic elastomers 284 (3)
having shape memory properties
16.5 Degradable polymer networks having 287 (1)
shape memory properties
16.6 Conclusion and outlook 288 (3)
Acknowledgements 288 (1)
References 288 (3)
17 Textile scaffolds in tissue engineering 291 (24)
Seeram Ramakrishna
17.1 Introduction 291 (4)
17.2 Ideal scaffold system 295 (1)
17.3 Scaffold materials 296 (2)
17.4 Textile scaffolds 298 (8)
17.5 Conclusions 306 (9)
Acknowledgements 306 (1)
References 306 (9)
Index 315