Investigating Properties of Electrically Conductive Textiles: A Review

Authors

  • Aulon Shabani Polytechnic University of Tirana, Department of Electrotechnics, Mother Teresa Square No. 1, Albania Author https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4368-6156
  • Majlinda Hylli Polytechnic University of Tirana, Department of Textile and Fashion, Mother Teresa Square No. 1, Albania Author
  • Ilda Kazani Polytechnic University of Tirana, Department of Textile and Fashion, Mother Teresa Square No. 1, Albania Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.65.2022045

Keywords:

electro-conductive textiles, electrical resistivity, electro-thermal behaviour

Abstract

Electro-conductive textiles are mostly fabrics that have conductive elements or electronics integrated into them to achieve electrical characteristics. They have acquired considerable attention in applications involving sensors, communications, heating textiles, entertainment, health care, safety etc. To produce electro-conductive textiles, several techniques, e.g. chemical treating with conductive polymers on various textile materials, or using different technologies, e.g. knitting, weaving, embroidery techniques to include conductive threads into fabric interconnections etc., are being used. Electro-conductive fabrics are flexible enough to be adapted to quick changes in any particular application, beginning with wearable purposes and sensing needs as specified by many different groups. The ability of electro-conductive textiles to conduct electricity is the most essential property they must possess. In addition, the applications that may be worn should have stable electrical, thermal and mechanical qualities. The most recent developments in the field of electro-conductive textiles represent the aim of this review, which analyses these properties, including the investigation of methods that are used to obtain conductive textiles, their electrical properties, thermal properties, and beyond that, the scientific methods that are used to measure and investigate electro-conductive textiles. We also focused on the textile materials used in studies, as well as the technologies used to make them conductive, which may be a guide for different interested groups for use in a variety of smart applications.

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Shabani, A., Hylli, M., & Kazani, I. (2022). Investigating Properties of Electrically Conductive Textiles: A Review . Tekstilec, 65(3), 194-217. https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.65.2022045

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