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Publikācija: Testing of the Electrical System Components Integrated in the Textiles

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Testing of the Electrical System Components Integrated in the Textiles
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.5. Materiālzinātne
Autori Ingrīda Šahta
Ilze Baltiņa
Madara Pūce
Atslēgas vārdi smart textiles, electronic textiles, textile-based switch, conductive yarns
Anotācija New types of textile products – smart textile - compliance with the requirements of wearability and durability need to be confirmed by tests. To determine the suitability of smart clothes with an integrated textile-based switch with contact - electrodes sewn of conductive threads for wearing the following tests are carried out: 15 washing cycles and 8000 pressure cycles for switches. The purpose of the experiments - to find out how changes electrical and physical properties during the use of the textile-based conductive elements. Results of the tests with textile-based push switches showed that the effect of repeated pressure deformation on the electrical conductivity of switches is insignificant, while washing effect on switches depends on the used material type: for example, electrical resistance of switches with fusible interlinings has increased by 1-2.5 Ω, but for samples without the fusible interlinings - about 9-9.5 Ω. The thickness of switches is affected both by repeated pressure deformation and washing cycles.
Atsauce Šahta, I., Baltiņa, I., Pūce, M. Testing of the Electrical System Components Integrated in the Textiles. No: 6th International Textile Clothing and Design Conference "Magic World of Textiles" (ITC&DC): Book of Proceedings, Horvātija, Dubrovnik, 7.-10. oktobris, 2012. Zagreb: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Textile Technology, 2012, 430.-435.lpp. ISSN 1847-7275.
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