The Review of the Bionic Self-cleaning Technology and Its Prospect

Guangsheng ZHAO, Cheng YANG, Yinwu LI, Kun LI, Hui LI, Zhidong YANG

Abstract


By discussing the significance of the modern self-cleaning technology and the current changes in our lives, this paper reviewed several kinds of typical surface structures and their wettability of plants and animals. Then the bionic self-cleaning materials technology was proposed. List the developments and widely applications of the bionic self-cleaning technology in the various fields. Meanwhile, the bionic self-cleaning materials technology was also discussed. Furthermore, the potential applications and developments in these fields were prospected.
Key words: Bionic self-cleaning; Surface material; Wettability; Review

Keywords


Bionic self-cleaning; Surface material; Wettability; Review

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ans.1715787020110401.008

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