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A study on the thermal and physical properties of nylon fabric treated by metal sputtering (Al, Cu, Ni)

Title
A study on the thermal and physical properties of nylon fabric treated by metal sputtering (Al, Cu, Ni)
Authors
Han, Hye ReeKim, Jong Jun
Ewha Authors
김종준
SCOPUS Author ID
김종준scopus
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL
ISSN
0040-5175JCR Link

1746-7748JCR Link
Citation
TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL vol. 88, no. 21, pp. 2397 - 2414
Keywords
sputteringnickelaluminumcopperinfrared cameraheat transfer
Publisher
SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
This research was conducted for an in-depth analysis of changes in thermal properties and in comfortability as well as physical properties before and after sputtering on fabrics. It was found that the sputtering treatment could give significant effects on the heat transfer of nylon without much loss in its shear property, water vapor transmission, and bending property, which suggested that sputtering treatment with metals on the surface of fabric helped reduce the surface temperature by releasing body heat. When the metal coating layers of the sputtered fabrics were pointed toward the cold air (15 degrees C), the surface temperature was lowered drastically from 35 degrees C to 22.07 degrees C by depending on metals. Also, the computed surface temperatures based on the heat transfer theory displayed a high level of consistency with the measured values. The conductive fabric, which was used for comparison, showed an increased bending rigidity after sputtering, making the fabric stiffer. In the future, a metal-sputtered fabric is expected to be used as a special material by utilizing its surface temperature-controlling function in the high-functional clothing material field.
DOI
10.1177/0040517517731662
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