Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

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Dalal M

Higher School of Textile and Clothing Industries, Laboratory Remtex,

  • Research Article
    Elaboration of a Conductive Textile by Coating for Clothes Equipped with Fourth-Generation Photovoltaic Cells
    Author(s): Jaouani H, Saifaoui D and Dalal MJaouani H, Saifaoui D and Dalal M

    Conducting polymer coated in textiles possess a wide range of electrical properties. The surface resistivity is influenced by concentrations of the reactants, thickness of the coating, nature of the substrate surface, extent of penetration of the polymer into the textile structure and the strength of the binding of the coating to the textile surface. Low resistivity in fabric results from highly doped thicker coatings that penetrate well into the textile structure thus enabling good electrical contact between fibers. In this study, we had chosen copper as conductor polymer for coating. The electrical conductivity is influenced by the thickness of coating paste, the nature of the substrate surface. The thickness of the paste and the concentration of the copper were studied in this paper. Furthermore, the electrical surface resistance decreased from 68 MΩ to 8 MΩ with .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-8064.1000357

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