What Are Smart Textiles?

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Smart textiles are materials and structure that sense and react to environmental conditions or stimuli, such as those from mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrical, magnetic or Other sources. The fabric of the future won?t be just plain chiffon, silk or cotton. Instead electroluminescent material, microprocessors and LEDs may be woven together with Clothing fibres to create smart textiles.
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Smart textiles are defined as the materials which can sense the environmental conditions or stimuli. Intelligent materials sense the environment and also react and respond to environmental conditions or stimuli. These stimuli could be thermal, mechanical, chemical electric and magnetic.
Smart textiles are materials and structures that sense and react to the environmental conditions, for instance those from chemical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, magnetic or other sources. Nowadays smart textiles are in the market. Examples are the self-cleaning carpets, memory shaped and environment responsive textiles, and anti-insomniac micro-fibres.
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