Bubble spinning method is a broadly discussed topic in the production of nanofibers in last few years. Bubble spinning technology is the youngest of the current known spinning methods and therefore not all the possibilities of this method are explored in these days. The same case is spinning method which uses alternating current (AC). This study has investigated the combination of bubble spinning and AC spinning methods for producing submicron fibers. The study has evaluated the morphology of fibrous layers produced by combination of these technologies, and consequently its comparison to fibrous layers made separately by above mentioned methods. By using alternating spinning technology and novel bubble spinning technology we are able to achieve much more efficient production of polymeric fibers. Combination of these two methods simultaneously may bring promising possibilities in the future, for example in technical applications.Keywords: Bubble spinning, AC Spinning, nanofibers, submicron fibres, spinning equipment
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