Melt spinning of electrically conductive fibers with heating function

Steinmann, Wilhelm; Ros, Joachim; Jaksik, Karolina; Seide, Gunnar; Gries, Thomas
October 2013
Chemical Fibers International;Oct2013 Man-Made Fiber, p52
The article focuses on the development of electrically conductive fibers with heating function. Topics discussed include possible materials that could be used for electrically conductive fibers, the technologies that could be used for melt spinning of the said fibers like a twin screw extruder and the process in checking electrical conductivity of the fibers through percolation threshold that is defined by the carbon nanotubes (CNT) concentration.


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