EMI Shielding using Composite Materials with Plasma Layers
Ziaja, J (Wrocław Univ.of Technology) ; Jaroszewski, M (Wrocław Univ.of Technology)
Abstract: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), including the engineering of materials used for shielding,, is currently one of the most extensively developing field of applications of composite materials (Bula et al., 2006; Jaroszewski & Ziaja, 2010; Koprowska et al., 2004, 2008; Sarto et al. 2003, 2005; Wei et al., 2006; Ziaja et al., 2008, 2009, 2010). The development of lightweight, mechanically resistant, shielding materials is possible by using plasma technology. Due to rapid increase in the number of sources generating the electromagnetic (EM) fields, e.g. radio broadcasting, television, radio communication, cellular networks, continuously extending range of applied frequencies, and increasing power generated by PEM sources, the shielding design is getting more and more challenging. These challenges stem from the fact that complex EM power engineering systems are built of miniaturized electronic circuits. The progressing miniaturization reduces the resistance of the electronic circuits to electromagnetic exposure. Therefore, the choice of suitable materials for the shields and their appropriate arrangement has an essential meaning.
Keyword(s): composite materials ; nonwoven fabric ; plasma layer ; electromagnetic shielding ; polypropylene ; zinc ; titanium ; dielectric spectroscopy ; impedance spectroscopy ; relaxation
Note: Electromagnetic waves / ed. by Vitaliy Zhurbenko. Rijeka : InTech, 2011. s. 425-448. Available from: ttp://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/emi-shielding-using-composite-materials-with-plasma-layers
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