Epoxy composites filled with high surface area-carbon fillers: Optimization of electromagnetic shielding, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties

Antonino Cataldo, Micciulla, Merijs Meri, Paddubskaya, Plyushch, Bochkov, Ivanova, Cataldo, Ivanov, Kranauskaite, Fierro, Sergey Maksimenko, Kuzhir, Macutkevic, Kotsilkova, Volynets, Zicans, Celzard, Banys, MaksimenkoBellucci, Ph. Lambin

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Abstract

A comprehensive analysis of electrical, electromagnetic (EM), mechanical, and thermal properties of epoxy resin composites filled with 0.25–2.0 wt. % of carbon additives characterized by high surface area, both nano-sized, like carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and carbon black (CBH), and micro-sized exfoliated graphite (EG), was performed. We found that the physical properties of both CNTs- and CBH-based epoxy resin composites increased all together with filler content and even more clearly for CBH than for CNTs. In the case of EG-based composites, good correlation between properties and filler amount was observed for concentrations below 1.5 wt. %. We conclude that CBH and, to a lower extent, EG could replace expensive CNTs for producing effective EM materials in microwave and low-frequency ranges, which are, in addition, mechanically and thermally stable.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine16
RivistaJournal of Applied Physics
Volume114
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2013

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electromagnetic shielding
fillers
thermodynamic properties
carbon nanotubes
electrical properties
mechanical properties
optimization
composite materials
graphite
carbon
epoxy resins
electromagnetic properties
microwave frequencies
physical properties
frequency ranges
electromagnetism
low frequencies

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Epoxy composites filled with high surface area-carbon fillers: Optimization of electromagnetic shielding, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties. / Cataldo, Antonino; Micciulla; Merijs Meri; Paddubskaya; Plyushch; Bochkov; Ivanova; Cataldo; Ivanov; Kranauskaite; Fierro; Maksimenko, Sergey; Kuzhir; Macutkevic; Kotsilkova; Volynets; Zicans; Celzard; Banys; Maksimenko; Bellucci; Lambin, Ph.

In: Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 114, 2013.

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Cataldo, A, Micciulla, Merijs Meri, Paddubskaya, Plyushch, Bochkov, Ivanova, Cataldo, Ivanov, Kranauskaite, Fierro, Maksimenko, S, Kuzhir, Macutkevic, Kotsilkova, Volynets, Zicans, Celzard, Banys, Maksimenko, Bellucci & Lambin, P 2013, 'Epoxy composites filled with high surface area-carbon fillers: Optimization of electromagnetic shielding, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties', Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 114.
Cataldo, Antonino ; Micciulla ; Merijs Meri ; Paddubskaya ; Plyushch ; Bochkov ; Ivanova ; Cataldo ; Ivanov ; Kranauskaite ; Fierro ; Maksimenko, Sergey ; Kuzhir ; Macutkevic ; Kotsilkova ; Volynets ; Zicans ; Celzard ; Banys ; Maksimenko ; Bellucci ; Lambin, Ph. / Epoxy composites filled with high surface area-carbon fillers: Optimization of electromagnetic shielding, electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties. In: Journal of Applied Physics. 2013 ; Vol. 114.
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