Electrospinning of Nanofibers in Textiles by A. K. Haghi

By A. K. Haghi

Electrospinning of nanofibers has emerged as a really good processing method for the formation of sub-micron fibers, with excessive particular floor parts. Electrospinning of Nanofibers in Textiles offers very important new examine within the dynamic and rising box of electrospinning and covers all points of the know-how as used to supply nanofibers.

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As the solution moves away from the needle and toward the collector, the solvent evaporates and jet rapidly thins and dries. On the surface of the collector, a nonwoven web of randomly oriented solid nanofibers is deposited. 1 illustrates the electrospinning setup. 1. Electrospinning setup. Material properties such as melting temperature and glass transition temperature as well as structural characteristics of nanofiber webs such as fiber diameter distribution, pore size distribution and fiber orientation distribution determine the physical and mechanical properties of the webs.

New distance transform method: (a) the skeleton of the simple simulated image shown in Fig. 6a after deleting the intersection points, (b) the distance map, (c) histogram of fiber diameter distribution. The procedure for determining fiber diameter via this approach is summarized in Fig. 11. The method is efficient, reliable, accurate, and so fast and has the capability of being used as an online method for quality control. 11. Flowchart of the new distance transform method. 39 40 Electrospinning of Nanofibers in Textiles Validation of Methods A geometric model has been considered here to simulate electrospun fiberwebs.

PSD curves of the webs, determined using the image analysis method, are shown in Fig. 6. 2. It is seen that decreasing the porosity, O50 and O95 decrease. Cu also decreases with respect to porosity, that is to say increasing the uniformity of the pores. Number of pores has an increasing trend with decreasing the porosity. 2. Pore characteristics of electrospun webs. No. O50 O95 Cu Pore No. 6. PSD curves of electrospun webs. 50 Electrospinning of Nanofibers in Textiles The image analysis method presents valuable and comprehensive information regarding to pore structure parameters in nanofiber webs.

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