Zeynep Esma Soygur

Abstracts

1 The Effect of Nanofiber Web on Thermal Conductivity, Air and Water Vapor Permeability

Authors: Nuray Uçar, Ilkay Ozsev Yuksek, Zeynep Esma Soygur, Yasemin Kucuk

Abstract:

In this study, composite fabrics with polyacrylonitrile electrospun nanofiber deposited onto quilted polyester fabric have been produced in order to control the isolation properties such as water vapor permeability, air permeability and thermal conductivity. Different nanofiber webs were manufactured by changing polymer concentration from 10% to 16% and by changing the deposition time from 1 to 3 hours. Presence of nanofiber layer on the quilted fabric results to an increase of an isolation, i.e., a decrease of the moisture vapor transport rates at 20%, decrease of thermal conductivity at 15% and a decrease of air permeability values at 50%.

Keywords: Isolation, Electrospinning, Thermal Conductivity, air permeability, nanofiber/fabric composites, moisture vapor transport

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