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Mechanical distortions are mostly converted into electrical signals via flexible strain sensors. There are various strain sensor types, including liquid metal, Raman shift, and triboelectric, however these have poor dynamic performance, low resolution, and simple measurement equipment.
As a result, capacitive or resistive strain sensors are more frequently employed as flexible strain sensors. They provide more flexibility, stretchability, and relatively simple readout systems.
There are numerous possible applications for flexible strain sensors, notably in the area of soft electronics. Low-strain gauges, for instance, can be utilised for pressure sensing, mass measurement, and systemic health monitoring. As electronic tools for body integration, very flexible and adaptive strain sensors are another option.
They may be specifically laminated on human skin or affixed to probes that determine body tension from minute skin movements. The heartbeat or breathing mechanism may cause these minute skin movements.
The Global flexible electronic strain sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Numerous top-notch strain sensors have been created as a result of the wearable technology sector’s quick development. Modern strain sensors have satisfied a number of criteria, including mechanical application, quick response times, and high sensitivity.
However, the strain sensors’ processing technology, wearing comfort, and safety, which have not received enough attention, have significantly hampered their commercial growth and widespread use.
A high-performance, secure, cosy, waterproof, breathable, affordable, and trustworthy wearable strain sensor is easily and swiftly created using sophisticated electrospinning and screen-printing.
This strain sensor has outstanding repeatability, stability, and sensitivity with a high working strain range (500%) and an extremely quick response time (maximum gauge factor = 520). (100 ms).
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