Comparative Study of Triboelectric Nanogenerators with Differently Woven Cotton Textiles for Wearable Electronicsopen access
- Jeong, Jaebum; Kwon, Jin-Hyuk; Lim, Kyungmin; Biswas, Swarup; Tibaldi, Alexandra; Lee, Suwoong; Oh, Hyun Ju; Kim, Jong-Hyoung; Ko, Jaehoon; Lee, Dong-Wook; Cho, Hanchul; Lang, Philippe; Jang, Jaewon; Lee, Sohee; Bae, Jin-Hyuk; Kim, Hyeok
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- triboelectric nanogenerator; cotton fiber surface; woven cotton textile; output voltage
- POLYMERS, v.11, no.9
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- A comparative study of the electrical performance of triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) with plain- and 2/1 twill-woven cotton textiles was conducted. Furthermore, the microstructures of the cotton fiber surfaces were examined to understand the fundamental mechanical interaction among the cotton fibers in the TENGs. The TENG with 2/1 twill-woven cotton textiles exhibited higher output voltages compared to that with plain-woven cotton textiles. The difference in the output voltage between the two types of TENGs resulted from the difference in triboelectric charge generation between the constituent cotton textiles. The higher output voltage of the TENG with 2/1 twill-woven cotton textiles was attributed to the higher density in triboelectric interactions among the cotton fiber molecules.
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