Wearable technologies & smart materials

1B3_0664_ PROCESSING OF TEXTILE COMPOSITE MATERIALS BY USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS

Authors
  • Esra Topel Zeren
  • A. Aksit
  • L. Ozyuzer
  • Y. Aydogdu
  • U.H. Erdogan
  • B. Kutlu

Abstract

Shape memory materials are stimulus-responsive materials and referred to use as smart materials/systems in the field of textiles in recent years. The aim of the study is to achieve shape memory fibers by adding the shape memory alloy particles (whiskers) into a polymer matrix. For this purpose, the whiskers are formed by thin films growth by magnetron sputtering. In our study targets were prepared with NiMnXY (X:Sn, Sb; Y:B)) metal in different atomic ratios and the sputtering parameters has been optimizing since the shape memory alloy thin films exhibited lower transformation temperatures around the body temperature.

Keywords: shape memory materials, shape memory alloys, thin film, magnetron sputtering, smart textile

How to Cite:

Topel Zeren, E. & Aksit, A. & Ozyuzer, L. & Aydogdu, Y. & Erdogan, U. & Kutlu, B., (2019) “1B3_0664_ PROCESSING OF TEXTILE COMPOSITE MATERIALS BY USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS”, Proceedings of the 19th World Textile Conference - Autex 2019 , p.6.

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Published on
31 Jul 2019
Peer Reviewed