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Smart Nanotextiles: Wearable and Technical Applications

Nazire Deniz Yilmaz, 1119654785, 978-1119654780, 9781119654780, B0B7P6QGHZ

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English | 2022 | PDF | 55 MB | 456 Pages

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Smart Nanotextiles Wearable and Technical Applications

This  groundbreaking book comprehensively reviews the utilization of smart  nanotextiles in various application areas by referring to requirements  specific to various application fields, sharing the findings of some of  the latest research efforts and state-of-art smart nanotextiles  technologies, as well as providing insights relating to challenges and  opportunities facing current and future smart nanotextiles.

This  book covers the emerging and exciting field of nanotextiles and their  many applications. Smart nanotextiles form a novel group of materials  that are utilized/can be utilized in an array of application areas, such  as biomedicine (health monitoring, controlled drug release; wound care,  and regenerative medicine), communication, sports, fashion, energy  harvesting, protection, filtration, civil and geotechnical engineering,  transportation, and so on, including wearable and technical fields.

Whereas  textiles provide a convenient platform for smart functionality,  nanotechnology assures that the favorable characteristics of the textile  structure are not impaired by the smart functioning components.  Furthermore, based on the superior characteristics of nanostructured  components in comparison to macromaterials and micromaterials,  nanomaterials provide augmented smart functionality. However, despite  the immense research efforts that have been devoted to smart  nanotextiles, most of them have not yet transcended the  commercialization stage due to high cost, difficulty in large-scale  production, low reliability, and potential detrimental effects of  nanomaterials on human health and the environment.

The  12 chapters comprising this book are all written by subject-matter  experts from around the world and discuss the next-generation products  along with their challenges and opportunities.


Researchers,  technologists, industrial engineers, and postgraduate students in the  fields of textiles, intelligent materials, electronics, sensors,  actuators, biomedicine, fashion, filtration, transportation, civil  engineering, environmental engineering, communication, sports  performance, and materials science, who have an interest in smart  materials, nanotechnology and wearables.