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Infrared thermography of electroconductive woven textiles

(2009) QIRT JOURNAL. 6(2). p.163-173
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Modelling of the current density in elelectroconductive textiles is a complicated problem as they cannot be considered homogenous structures with an isotropic current distribution. This anisotropy is mainly the result of the electrical contact resistance between interlacing yarns comprising the textile. It is difficult to measure the contact resistance directly as it is often nonlinear and depends on many factors, however it can by inferred by comparing computer simulations of the power distribution in the textiles with their corresponding IR images.
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contact resistance, modelling, textile, textileselectroconductive woven, oxide, current distribution, woven, infrared, electroconductive

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Banaszczyk, Jedrzej, Anna Maria Anca, and Gilbert De Mey. 2009. “Infrared Thermography of Electroconductive Woven Textiles.” Qirt Journal 6 (2): 163–173.
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Banaszczyk, J., Anca, A. M., & De Mey, G. (2009). Infrared thermography of electroconductive woven textiles. QIRT JOURNAL, 6(2), 163–173.
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Banaszczyk J, Anca AM, De Mey G. Infrared thermography of electroconductive woven textiles. QIRT JOURNAL. 2009;6(2):163–73.
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Banaszczyk, Jedrzej, Anna Maria Anca, and Gilbert De Mey. “Infrared Thermography of Electroconductive Woven Textiles.” QIRT JOURNAL 6.2 (2009): 163–173. Print.
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  abstract     = {Modelling of the current density in elelectroconductive textiles is a complicated problem as they cannot be considered homogenous structures with an isotropic current distribution. This anisotropy is mainly the result of the electrical contact resistance between interlacing yarns comprising the textile. It is difficult to measure the contact resistance directly as it is often nonlinear and depends on many factors, however it can by inferred by comparing computer simulations of the power distribution in the textiles with their corresponding IR images.},
  author       = {Banaszczyk, Jedrzej and Anca, Anna Maria and De Mey, Gilbert},
  issn         = {1768-6733},
  journal      = {QIRT JOURNAL},
  keyword      = {contact resistance,modelling,textile,textileselectroconductive woven,oxide,current distribution,woven,infrared,electroconductive},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {163--173},
  title        = {Infrared thermography of electroconductive woven textiles},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2009},
}

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