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용액/용융 전기방사법으로 제조된 Poly($\varepsilon$-caprolactone)(PCL) 웹의 형태 및 열적 특성 비교
Comparison of Morphology and Thermal Properties of Poly($\varepsilon$-caprolactone) (PCL) Webs Prepared by Solution/Melt Electrospinning Method

조병민    (충남대학교 바이오응용화학부 유기소재.섬유시스템공학   ); 남영식    (충남대학교 BK21 기술융합형 산업용섬유 인력양성사업팀   ); 오태환    (영남대학교 섬유패션학부   ); 정종호    (휴비스 R&D 센터   ); 박원호    (충남대학교 바이오응용화학부 유기소재.섬유시스템공학  );
  • 초록

    PCL fiber web was fabricated through solution/melt electrospinning of PCL resin. PCL nanofibers were obtained by solution electrospinning of 10.5 wt% PCL solution and the resulting average fiber diameters were varied with the range of 150-500 nm. Melt electrospinning method has the advantage of solvent-free process and it is more eco-friendly than solution electrospinning process. The relationship between processing conditions and fiber morphologies of melt electrospun fibers was investigated and it was found that the temperature in the syringe and flow rate were the main factors in determining the average fiber diameter. In addition, thermal properties of PCL fibers obtained by solution/melt electrospinning were compared with PCL chip.


  • 주제어

    PCL .   solution electrospinning .   melt electrospinning .   thermal property.  

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