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The higher the applied voltage, uniform nanofibres with a narrow distribution started to form. 9d), respectively, was 204 nm 54 Conductive Nanostructure Fibres (range, 79-391 nm), and 275 nm (148-385 nm). 2 confirmed our observation in the first set of conductivity data. 2, electrical conductivity reached a maximum level of 9 × 10-5 S/cm at the prescribed setup. The distance between the tip to the collector is another parameter that controls the diameter and morphology of fibres. 9 shows the change in the morphologies of MWNT-CHT electrospun nanofibres at different distances.
To do that, the first step is to make some observations on the system being studied. 6) where y is the vector of observations, X is the matrix of levels of the variables, β is the vector of unknown coefficients, and ε is the vector of random errors. 8) Finally, response surfaces or contour plots are depicted to help visualise the relationship between the response and the variables, and see the influence of the parameters. As you might notice, there is a close connection between RSM and linear regression analysis.
Laminating was undertaken at 85, 110, 120, 140 and 160 °C for 1 min under a pressure of 9 gf/cm2. The air permeability of the multilayer fabric before and after lamination was tested by a Textest FX3300 instrument (Switzerland). 25 mm) instead of one of the fabrics (fabric/PP web/nanofibre web/PP web/non-stick sheet). Finally, after removing the Teflon sheet, the nanofibre layer side was observed under an optical microscope (Microphot-FXA) connected to a digital camera. 1 Effect of Silk Concentration One of the most important quantities related to electrospun nanofibres is their diameter.