Infrared Radiative Properties and Thermal Modeling of Ceramic-Embedded Textile Fabrics
Anderson, David M.
Fessler, John R.
Pooley, Matthew A.
Beckham, Haskell W.
Brennan, James F.
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CitationAnderson, David M., John R. Fessler, Matthew A. Pooley, Scott Seidel, Michael R. Hamblin, Haskell W. Beckham, and James F. Brennan. 2017. “Infrared Radiative Properties and Thermal Modeling of Ceramic-Embedded Textile Fabrics.” Biomedical Optics Express 8 (3): 1698. https://doi.org/10.1364/boe.8.001698.
AbstractThe infrared optical properties of textiles are of great importance in numerous applications, including infrared therapy and body thermoregulation. Tuning the spectral response of fabrics by the engineering of composite textile materials can produce fabrics targeted for use in these applications. We present spectroscopic data for engineered polyester fabric containing varying amounts of ceramic microparticles within the fiber core and report a spectrally- dependent shift in infrared reflectance, transmittance and absorptance. A thermal transport model is subsequently implemented to study the effect of these modified properties on the spectral distribution of infrared radiation incident upon the wearer of a garment constructed of this fabric.
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