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000000392 037__ $$aENY-ARTICLE-2012-306
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000000392 100__ $$aJaroszewski, M$$uWrocław Univ. of Technology
000000392 245__ $$aDielectric characterization of EM composite barrier materials with plasma layers on nonwoven fabrics
000000392 260__ $$c2008-09-30
000000392 500__ $$aFirst International Conference on Plasma Processing of Organic Materials and Polymers, PPOMP-2011 [Dokument elektroniczny] : Kottayam, India, 25, 26 and 27 November 2011 / Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Mahatma Gandhi University, Department of Surface Engineering and Optoelectronics Josef Stefan Institute, Institute of Macromolecular Science and Engineering (IMSE) Chatukulam Buildings. [B.m. : b.w.], 2011.  s.4
000000392 520__ $$aCurrently, one of the most extensively developing field of applications of composite materials, is engineering of materials used for shielding from electromagnetic fields. Composites of fabric materials with thin plasma layer can be used as shield for protection of people or electronic and electric power devices against of disadvantageous impact of electromagnetic fields. In the case of composite material containing conductive layer, conductive connection of the layer units is not necessary, although such connection reinforces screening properties. The capability of composite materials to shield electromagnetic fields are coherently associated with their dielectric properties - the response of a dielectric to an electric field is represented by its dielectric and electrical properties. The nature of the transient currents and conduction current are generally regarded as manifestation of different dielectric and electrical processes can be explained in terms of Jonscher universal dielectric theory. These phenomena are widely used in research the properties of plasma thin films. In the paper, dielectric properties of plasma layer-nonwoven fabric composite is reported.
000000392 6531_ $$adielectric properties
000000392 6531_ $$acomposite materials
000000392 6531_ $$anonwoven fabric
000000392 6531_ $$aplasma layer
000000392 6531_ $$aelectromagnetic shielding
000000392 6531_ $$atransient currents
000000392 6531_ $$aconduction mechanisms
000000392 6531_ $$aionic hopping
000000392 6531_ $$aSchotky
000000392 6531_ $$aspace charge limited current (SCLC)
000000392 6531_ $$aPoole-Frenkel
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