Introduction to Nanofiber Materials by Frank K. Ko

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Presenting the latest coverage of the fundamentals and applications of nanofibrous materials and their structures for graduate students and researchers, this book bridges the communication gap between fiber technologists and materials scientists and engineers. Featuring intensive coverage of electroactive, bioactive and structural nanofibers, it provides a comprehensive collection of processing conditions for electrospinning and includes recent advances in nanoparticle-/nanotube-based nanofibers. The book also covers mechanical properties of fibers and fibrous assemblies, as well as characterisation methods.
 

About Frank K. Ko

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Frank K. Ko is Canada Research Chair Professor in Advanced Fibrous Materials and Director of the Advanced Materials and Process Engineering Laboratory, University of British Columbia. Yuqin Wan is Research Associate in Advanced Fibrous Materials, Advanced Materials and Process Engineering Laboratory, University of British Columbia, Canada and Associate Professor in the School of Textiles and Clothing, Jiangnan University, China.
 
Published July 31, 2014 by Cambridge University Press. 281 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction
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