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Textile-Based Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices for Wearable Electronics


Textile-Based Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices for Wearable Electronics


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von: Xing Fan, Nannan Zhang, Yi Wang

133,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 08.10.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783527818204
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 384

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<div style="text-align: left;"><b>Discover state-of-the-art developments in textile-based wearable and stretchable electronics from leaders in the field <br /><br /></b></div> <div style="text-align: left;">In <i>Textile-Based Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices for Wearable Electronics</i>, renowned researchers Professor Xing Fan and his co-authors deliver an insightful and rigorous exploration of textile-based energy harvesting and storage systems. The book covers the principles of smart fibers and fabrics, as well as their fabrication methods. It introduces, in detail, several fiber- and fabric-based energy harvesting and storage devices, including photovoltaics, piezoelectrics, triboelectrics, supercapacitors, batteries, and sensing and self-powered electric fabrics. </div> <div style="text-align: left;">The authors also discuss expanded functions of smart fabrics, like stretchability, hydrophobicity, air permeability and color-changeability. The book includes sections on emerging electronic fibers and textiles, including stress-sensing, strain-sensing, and chemical-sensing textiles, as well as emerging self-powered electronic textiles. <i>Textile-Based Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices for Wearable Electronics</i> concludes with an in-depth treatment of upcoming challenges, opportunities, and commercialization requirements for electronic textiles, providing valuable insight into a highly lucrative new commercial sector. </div> <div style="text-align: left;">The book also offers: </div> <div style="text-align: left;"> <ul> <li>A thorough introduction to the evolution from classical functional fibers to intelligent fibers and textiles </li> <li>An exploration of typical film deposition technologies, like dry-process film deposition and wet-process technologies for roll-to-roll device fabrication </li> <li>Practical discussions of the fabrication process of intelligent fibers and textiles, including the synthesis of classical functional fibers and nano/micro assembly on fiber materials </li> <li>In-depth examinations of energy harvesting and energy storage fibers, including photovoltaic, piezoelectric, and supercapacitor fibers </li> </ul> </div> <div style="text-align: left;">Perfect for materials scientists, engineering scientists, and sensor developers, <i>Textile-Based Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices for Wearable Electronics</i> is also an indispensable resource for electrical engineers and professionals in the sensor industry seeking a one-stop reference for fiber- and fabric-based energy harvesting and storage systems for wearable and stretchable power sources. </div> <div style="text-align: left;"> </div>
ON THE BASIS OF FIBERS AND TEXTITLES<br> On the Basis of Fibers<br> On the Basis of Textiles<br> The Evolution from Classical Functional Fibers to Intelligent Fibers and Textiles<br> <br> A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO TYPICAL FILM DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGIES<br> Typical Dry-Process Film Deposition Technologies for Device Fabrication<br> Typical Wet-Process Technologies for Roll-to-Roll Device Fabrication<br> Typical Film Structure Characterization Technologies <br> <br> THE FABRICATION PROCESS OF INTELLIGENT FIBERS AND TEXTILES<br> The Synthesis of Classical Functional Fibers<br> The Nano\Micro Assembly on Fiber Materials<br> Device Assembly from Fibers to Textiles<br> <br> ENERGY HARVESTING FIBERS<br> Photovoltaic Fibers<br> Piezoelectric Fibers<br> Triboelectric Fibers<br> Thermoelectric Fibers<br> <br> ENERGY STORAGE FIBERS<br> Supercapacitor Fibers<br> Battery Fibers<br> Phase-Transit Fibers<br> <br> SMART ENERGY TEXTILES<br> Energy Harvesting Textiles<br> Energy Storage Textiles<br> Hybrid Energy Textiles<br> Commercialization Power Requirements of Smart Energy Textiles<br> <br> FUNCTION EXPANSION OF SMART ENERGY FIBERS AND TEXTILES<br> Stretchability of Smart Electronic Textiles<br> Hydrophobic Performance<br> Stable Performance<br> Air Permeability of Smart Electronic Textiles<br> Color-Changeable Textiles<br> <br> EMERGING ELECTRONIC FIBERS AND TEXTILES<br> Stress Sensing Textiles<br> Strain Sensing Textiles<br> Chemical Sensing Textiles<br> Other Function Coupled Textiles<br> <br> TOWARDS SELF-POWERED ELECTRONIC TEXTILES<br> Self-Powered Electronic Devices<br> Flexible Self-Powered Electronic Devices<br> Self-Powered Electronic Fibers<br> <br> THE FUTURE OF ELECTRONIC TEXTILES<br> Commercialization Requirements beyond Energy Efficiency <br> Challenges for Smart Electronic Textiles<br> A Prospective Discussion on Smart Electronic Textiles
Xing Fan is Professor in the college of chemistry and chemical engineering at Chongqing University, China. After his PhD from Peking University, China, he started his research career in Chongqing University. His research focuses on nanomaterials for energy applications. He has published more than 50 scientific publications and invented 50 patents. He was selected as the New Century Excellent Talents in University by the ministry of education of China in 2013, and awarded the first prize for the progress in science and technology of Chongqing in 2014.

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