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Highly Stretchable All-Rubber-Based Thread-Shaped Wearable Electronics for Human Motion Energy-Harvesting and Self-Powered Biomechanical Tracking.
Nanoscale Res Lett. 2019 Jul 23; 14(1):247.NR

Abstract

The development of stretchable smart electronics has attracted great attentions due to their potential applications in human motions energy collection systems and self-powered biomechanical tracking technologies. Here, we present a newly stretchable all-rubber-based thread-shaped triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) composed of the silver-coated glass microspheres/silicone rubber as the stretchable conductive thread (SCT) and the silicone rubber-coated SCT (SSCT) as the other triboelectric thread. The stretchable all-rubber-based thread-shaped TENG (SATT) generates an open-circuit voltage of 3.82 V and short-circuit current of 65.8 nA under the 100% strain and can respond to different finger motion states. Furthermore, the self-powered smart textile (SPST) woven by the SCT and SSCT units has two kinds of working mechanisms about stretch-release and contact-separation modes. The stretching-releasing interaction between knitting units can generate an open-circuit voltage of 8.1 V and short-circuit current of 0.42 μA, and the contacting-separating mode occurs between cotton and two types material outside the SPST producing peak voltage of 150 V and peak current of 2.45 μA. To prove the promising applications, the SPST device is capable to provide electrical energy to commercial electronics and effectively scavenge full-range biomechanical energy from human joint motions. Therefore, this work provides a new approach in the applications of stretchable wearable electronics for power generation and self-powered tracking.

Authors+Show Affiliations

School of Computer and Remote Sensing Information Technology, North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Langfang, 065000, China. zhujie0424@126.com.School of Computer and Remote Sensing Information Technology, North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Langfang, 065000, China.School of Computer and Remote Sensing Information Technology, North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Langfang, 065000, China.School of Computer and Remote Sensing Information Technology, North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Langfang, 065000, China.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

31338603

Citation

Zhu, Jie, et al. "Highly Stretchable All-Rubber-Based Thread-Shaped Wearable Electronics for Human Motion Energy-Harvesting and Self-Powered Biomechanical Tracking." Nanoscale Research Letters, vol. 14, no. 1, 2019, p. 247.
Zhu J, Wang X, Xing Y, et al. Highly Stretchable All-Rubber-Based Thread-Shaped Wearable Electronics for Human Motion Energy-Harvesting and Self-Powered Biomechanical Tracking. Nanoscale research letters. 2019;14(1):247.
Zhu, J., Wang, X., Xing, Y., & Li, J. (2019). Highly Stretchable All-Rubber-Based Thread-Shaped Wearable Electronics for Human Motion Energy-Harvesting and Self-Powered Biomechanical Tracking. Nanoscale Research Letters, 14(1), 247. https://doi.org/10.1186/s11671-019-3085-9
Zhu J, et al. Highly Stretchable All-Rubber-Based Thread-Shaped Wearable Electronics for Human Motion Energy-Harvesting and Self-Powered Biomechanical Tracking. Nanoscale research letters. 2019 Jul 23;14(1):247. PubMed PMID: 31338603.
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