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Triboelectrification based Multifunctional Tactile Sensors

Title
Triboelectrification based Multifunctional Tactile Sensors
Authors
Park, HyosikKim, JeongeunLee, Ju-Hyuck
DGIST Authors
Park, Hyosik; Kim, Jeongeun; Lee, Ju-Hyuck
Issue Date
2022-05
Citation
센서학회지, 31(3), 139-144
Type
Article
Author Keywords
Tactile sensorsTriboelectrificationPosition sensorsPressure sensorsContact material recognition
ISSN
1225-5475
Abstract
Advanced tactile sensors are receiving significant attention in various industries such as extended reality, electronic skin, organic user interfaces, and robotics. The capabilities of advanced tactile sensors require a variety of functions, including position sensing, pressure sensing, and material recognition. Moreover, they should comsume less power and be bio-friendly with human contact. Recently, a tactile sensor based on the triboelectrification effect was developed. Triboelectric tactile sensors have the advantages of wide material availability,simple structure, and low manufacturing cost. Because they generate electricity by contact, they have low power consumption compared to conventional tactile sensors such as capacitive and piezoresistive. Furthermore, they have the ability to recognize the contact material as well as execute position and pressure sensing functions using the triboelectrification effect. The aim of this study is to introduce the progress of research on triboelectrification-based tactile sensors with various functions such as position sensing, pressure sensing and contact material recognition.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/16862
DOI
10.46670/JSST.2022.31.3.139
Publisher
한국센서학회
Related Researcher
  • Author Lee, Ju-Hyuck Energy Conversion Materials Engineering Laboratory
  • Research Interests Energy Harvesting; Synthesis of Various Nano/Microstructured Energy Materials; Piezoelectric Generator; Triboelectric Generator; Bio-Compatible Energy Materials and Generator; Biomimetic Biomolecule based Energy Materials and Devices
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Collection:
Department of Energy Science and EngineeringEnergy Conversion Materials Engineering Laboratory1. Journal Articles


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