Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Technology

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Using Plasma Metallisation for Manufacture of Textile Screens Against Electromagnetic Fields / Ziaja, J ; Koprowska, J ; Janukiewicz, J [ENY-ARTICLE-2009-257]
In this study, a method of the metallisation of polypropylene (PP) nonwovens is presented. [...]
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Plasma Metallization Textiles as Shields for Electromagnetic Fields / Koprowska, J ; Ziaja, J ; Janukiewicz, J [ENY-ARTICLE-2009-258]
The aim of this paper is electromagnetic testing of innovative shielding textiles in the frequency range from 30 MHz up to 1300 MHz. [...]
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EMI Shielding using Composite Materials with Plasma Layers / Ziaja, J ; Jaroszewski, M [ISBN: 978-953-307-304-0] [ENY-BOOK-2011-003]
Electromagnetic compatibility, including the engineering of materials used for shielding from electromagnetic fields, is currently one of the most extensively developing field of applications of composite materials. [...]
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Composites Made of Polypropylene Nonwoven Fabric with Plasmas Layers / Jaroszewski, M ; Pospieszna, J ; Ziaja, J ; Ozimek, M [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-330]
Engineering of materials used for shielding from electromagnetic fields is currently one of the most extensively developing field of applications of composite materials (Bula et al. [...]
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Dielectric characterization of EM composite barrier materials with plasma layers on nonwoven fabrics / Jaroszewski, M [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-306]
Currently, one of the most extensively developing field of applications of composite materials, is engineering of materials used for shielding from electromagnetic fields. [...]
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EMI Shielding using Composite Materials with Plasma Layers / Ziaja, J ; Jaroszewski, M [ENY-BOOK-2012-004]
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. [...]
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Varistor performance of nanocrystalline Zn-Bi-O thin films prepared by reactive RF magnetron sputtering at room temperature / Mista, W ; Ziaja, J ; Gubanski, A [AZ I07/03/P-004doi:10.1016/j.vacuum.2003.12.141] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-042]
The Zn–Bi–O films were deposited by reactive radio frequency magnetron sputtering in oxygen atmosphere from ZnBi alloy target (wt. [...]
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Dielectric characterization of electromagnetic composite barrier materials with plasma layers on nonwoven fabrics / Jaroszewski, M [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09276440.2012.696942] [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-334]
Composite materials are becoming more widely used in the technique of shielding electromagnetic field. [...]
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Influence of thin layers on static electrification phenomena of materials for power transformers / Rottenberg, W ; Fleszynski, J ; Beroual, A [I07/1998/I-401] [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-088]
The static electrification phenomenon is investigated, using a test cell with a rotating metallic disk coated on both sides with thin layers (0,5 and 2 pm) of conducting, semiconducting and insulating materials, obtained by magnetron sputtering. [...]
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EM Shielding – Theory and Development of New Materials / Jaroszewski, M ; Ziaja, J ; Pospieszna, J [ISBN: 978-81-308-0499-6] [ENY-BOOK-2013-005]
In recent years we can observe rapid increase in the number of sources which generate the electromagnetic (EM) fields (like radio broadcasting, television, radio communication, cellular telephony), continuously extending range of applied frequencies and increasing power generated by those sources. [...]
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