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Recent progress on flexible and stretchable piezoresistive strain sensors : from design to application

Lingyan Duan (UGent) , Dagmar D'hooge (UGent) and Ludwig Cardon (UGent)
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Flexible and stretchable piezoresistive strain sensors which can translate mechanical stimuli (strain changes) into electrical signals (resistance changes) provide a simple and feasible detection tool in the field of health/damage monitoring, human motion detection, personal healthcare, human-machine interfaces, and electronic skin. Herein a detailed overview is presented on both strategies for sensing performance improvement and progress to medium or largescale fabrication. A broad range of matrices/substrates and incorporated nanomaterials is covered and attention is paid to the current state-of-the-art of feasible but low-cost manufacturing methods. The sensor design parameters include sensitivity (gauge factor), stretchability, linearity, hysteresis, biocompatibility, and self-healing potential. Starting from fundamental sensing mechanisms, i.e. the tunneling effect, the disconnection mechanism, and the crack propagation mechanism, examples are provided from lab to application scale.
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General Materials Science, Flexible and stretchable sensors, Sensing mechanism, Geometric engineering, Conductive polymer composites, Performance optimization, Structural design, CONDUCTIVE POLYMER COMPOSITES, REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDE, CARBON-NANOTUBE, ELECTRICAL-CONDUCTIVITY, MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES, ELECTROMECHANICAL PROPERTIES, STRUCTURAL COMPOSITES, ELASTOMER COMPOSITES, TUNABLE SENSITIVITY, ARTIFICIAL MUSCLES

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Duan, Lingyan, et al. “Recent Progress on Flexible and Stretchable Piezoresistive Strain Sensors : From Design to Application.” PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, vol. 114, 2020, doi:10.1016/j.pmatsci.2019.100617.
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Duan, L., D’hooge, D., & Cardon, L. (2020). Recent progress on flexible and stretchable piezoresistive strain sensors : from design to application. PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, 114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmatsci.2019.100617
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Duan, Lingyan, Dagmar D’hooge, and Ludwig Cardon. 2020. “Recent Progress on Flexible and Stretchable Piezoresistive Strain Sensors : From Design to Application.” PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmatsci.2019.100617.
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Duan, Lingyan, Dagmar D’hooge, and Ludwig Cardon. 2020. “Recent Progress on Flexible and Stretchable Piezoresistive Strain Sensors : From Design to Application.” PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 114. doi:10.1016/j.pmatsci.2019.100617.
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Duan L, D’hooge D, Cardon L. Recent progress on flexible and stretchable piezoresistive strain sensors : from design to application. PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE. 2020;114.
IEEE
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L. Duan, D. D’hooge, and L. Cardon, “Recent progress on flexible and stretchable piezoresistive strain sensors : from design to application,” PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, vol. 114, 2020.
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  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pmatsci.2019.100617}},
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