Research and Application of the Property of Conductive Knitted Fabrics

Liwen Li, Kun Yang, Guangli Song, Liang Zhang, Juan Guo

Abstract


Traditional knitted fabrics have been extensively applied in dresses and home decoration, and in recent years, the applications of the fabrics knitted by new technologies and new materials also increase in other fields. The conductive fiber knitted fabrics was used in the article, and its electric properties under transverse stretching were tested and researched. Based on the electric model of 1×1 rib fabrics, the silver-coasted conductive yarns were adopted to knit the conductive fabrics, and the stretching test was conducted, and the relationship between stretching and resistance was primarily analyzed. Then, a product prototype, an electronic organ with force sensitive keyboard was designed. The test result reveals that it works well.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/mas.v3n11p84

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