Wearable technologies & smart materials

P108_0631_ THE STUDY ON SEEBECK EFFECT OF TEXTILE THERMOCOUPLE MANUFACTURED BY EMBROIDERY TECHNIQUE

Authors
  • Soohyeon Rho
  • Daeyoung Lim
  • Euisang Yoo
  • Euyheon Hwang

Abstract

Textile thermocouples, designed with conductive yarns by embroidery, was developed for measuring of temperature. Electromotive force (emf) of them was measured in the temperature range between 20℃ and 40℃. The emf of embroidered thermocouple linearly was increased and experimentally measured Seebeck coefficient was 21.96μV/℃. It was considered that the embroidered thermocouple might be a candidate of temperature sensors with more setretchable and durable properties than metal embedded textile products.

Keywords: Conductive yarns, Seebeck coefficient, Textile sensor, Embroidered thermocouple

How to Cite:

Rho, S., Lim, D., Yoo, E. & Hwang, E., (2019) “P108_0631_ THE STUDY ON SEEBECK EFFECT OF TEXTILE THERMOCOUPLE MANUFACTURED BY EMBROIDERY TECHNIQUE”, Proceedings of the 19th World Textile Conference - Autex 2019 , 3. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/autex.63623

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Published on
27 Nov 2019
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