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Design and Characterization of Periodically Conductive Woven Fabric

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In this paper, a novel kind of electromagnetic (EM) functional textiles is proposed, which show high-pass characteristics as they interact with EM waves. The periodically conductive woven fabric was designed, fabricated, and measured. Specifically, by means of unit cell model building and EM simulation, the theoretical S21 (transmission coefficient) and S11 (reflection coefficient) curves were obtained. A concrete sample was fabricated through weaving process, and its transmission characteristics were measured in the microwave anechoic chamber. The measured and simulated results were highly consistent, demonstrating the validity of design process. Compared with the aluminum foil paper sample, the S21 values of fabricated sample were a little smaller, and the reason could be attributed to yarn crimp and surface roughness. The EM characteristics of fabricated sample under two different polarization modes were slightly different, which was due to the beating-up tension of weaving process. The work could offer new research ideas, and the related products have potential advantages over rigid plates on the account of textile characteristics.
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236--242
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Bibliogr. 18 poz.
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  • College of Textiles and Apparel, Quanzhou Normal University, Fujian 362000, China
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  • College of Textiles and Apparel, Quanzhou Normal University, Fujian 362000, China
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  • College of Textiles and Apparel, Quanzhou Normal University, Fujian 362000, China
  • College of Textiles and Apparel, Quanzhou Normal University, Fujian 362000, China
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  • College of Textiles and Apparel, Quanzhou Normal University, Fujian 362000, China
  • College of Textiles, Donghua University, Shanghai 201620, China
Bibliografia
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  • [4] Cheng, H. H., Xiao, H., Shi, M. W., Wang, Q., Wang, N. (2016). Research on 3D periodic structure velvet fabric and its frequency response characteristics. Textile Research Journal, 86(7), 776-784.
  • [5] Li, B., Shen, Z. X. (2013). Angular-stable and polarizationindependent frequency selective structure with high selectivity. Applied Physics Letters, 103(17), 171607.
  • [6] Yun, S., Bossard, J. A., Mayer, T. S., Werner, D. H. (2010). Angle and polarization tolerant midinfrared dielectric filter designed by genetic algorithm optimization. Applied Physics Letters, 96(22), 223101.
  • [7] Kim, P. C., Chin, W. S., Lee, D. G., Seo, I. S. (2006). EM characteristics of the RAS composed of E-glass/epoxy composite and single dipole FSS element. Composite Structures, 75(1), 601-609.
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  • [9] Ghane, M., Ghorbani, E. (2016). Investigation into the UV-protection of woven fabrics composed of metallic weft yarns. Autex Research Journal, 16(3), 154-159.
  • [10] Unnikrishnan, S. K., Vinayasree, S., Halliah, G. P., Anantharaman, M. (2013). Flexible electromagnetic interference shields in S band region from textile materials. Journal of Industrial Textiles, 43(2), 215-230.
  • [11] Saravanja, B., Malaric, K., Pusic, T., Ujevic, D. (2015). Shield effect of functional interlining fabric. Autex Research Journal, 16(3), 93-98.
  • [12] Guan, F. W., Xiao, H., Shi, M. W., Wang, F. M. (2016). The novel frequency selective fabric and application research. Journal of Industrial Textiles, 46(1), 143-59.
  • [13] Guan, F. W., Xiao, H., Shi, M. W., Yu, W. D., Wang, F. M. (2017). Realization of planar frequency selective fabrics and analysis of transmission characteristics. Textile Research Journal, 87(11), 1360-1366.
  • [14] Seager, R. D., Chauraya, A., Bowman, J., Broughton, M., Philpott, R., et al. (2013). Fabric based frequency selective surfaces using weaving and screen printing. Electronics Letters, 49(24), 1507-1509.
  • [15] Chin, K. S., Wu, C. S., Shen, C. L., Tsai, K. C. (2018). Designs of textile antenna arrays for smart clothing applications. Autex Research Journal, 16(3), 295-307.
  • [16] Guan, F. W., Xiao, H., Shi, M. W., Wang, F. M. (2016). The frequency response characteristics of planar frequency selective fabrics (FSFs) with cross-shaped units. Textile Research Journal, 86(20), 2169-2178.
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Uwagi
Opracowanie rekordu w ramach umowy 509/P-DUN/2018 ze środków MNiSW przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (2019).
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