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Materials for Potential EMI Shielding Applications: Processing, Properties and Current Trends extensively and comprehensively reviews materials for EMI shielding applications, ranging from the principles to possible applications and various types of shielding materials. The book provides a thorough introduction to electromagnetic interference, its effect on both the environment and other electronic items, various materials that are used for electromagnetic interference shielding applications, and its properties. It explains the mechanism behind EMI shielding, the methods by which EMI SE of a given material is estimated, and the different fabrication methods currently employed for fabricating EMI shielding materials.
Final sections focus on the theoretical background of EMI shielding and shielding mechanisms. This theoretical background is extended to the physics of EMI shielding, wherein the physics behind mechanism of shielding is explained.
- Focuses on the different types of available EMI shielding, their applications, processing, characterization, and the mechanism behind their shielding
- Discusses how to incorporate EMI shielding with low cost, low density and high strength
- Provides an understanding and clarifies both elementary and practical problems relating to EMI shielding materials
Scientists and researchers working in industries, R&D professionals, academicians and PhD and master students in chemical engineering, materials chemistry, and materials science
George Gejo, Wilson Runcy and Joseph Kuruvilla
2. Theory of EMI shielding
Subhash B. Kondawar and Prerna Modak
3. EMI shielding disclosed through virtual and physical experiments
Georgiana Rosu and Octavian Ioan Baltag
4. Significance of naturally derived materials for potential EMI shields
Sharif Ahmad, Younes Ahmadi and Sajid Iqbal
5. Thermoplastic polymer composites for EMI shielding applications
Suryasarathi Bose, Yudhajit Bhattacharjee and Sourav Biswas
6. EMI Shielding Materials Based on Thermosetting Polymers
Joseph Kuruvilla, Battula Durga Siva Deeraj, Meegle S. Mathew and Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai
7. Metal embedded matrices for EMI shielding
Krishnasamy J, G Thilagavathi, Alagirusamy R and Apurba Das
8. Elastomer based materials for EMI shielding applications
Appukuttan Saritha, George Gejo, Joseph Kuruvilla, Bony Thomas and Wilson Runcy
9. Polymeric blends as EMI shielding materials
Pankaj Tambe, Vivek R and Lakshmi . N. Venkatesan
10. Biodegradable polymeric materials for EMI shielding
Narayan Ch. Das, Krishnendu Nath and Swarup Krishna Bhattacharyy
11. Nanomaterials with Potential EMI Shielding Properties
Yasin Altin and Ayse Bedeloglu
12. Carbon based nanocomposites for EMI Shielding –Recent Advances
Mirela Suchea, I. Tudose, Petronela Pascariu and Emmanuel Koudoumas
13. Carbon fibers-reinforced Composites for EMI shielding
Byung-Joo Kim and Kwan-Woo Kim
14. Hybrid Polymer Nanocomposites with EMI Shielding Applications
15. Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer – Metal Wire Mesh Hybrid Composite for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding
Santhiyagu Joseph Vijay, Alexandre Tugirumubano, Sun Ho Go, Lee Ku Kwac and Hong Gun Kim
16. Conducting Polymer Composites: An Efficient EMI Shielding Material
Sharif Ahmad and Sajid Iqbal
17. EMI shielding textile materials based on conducting polymers
Tomasz Rybicki and Iwona Karbownik
18. Porous materials for EMI shielding
Nikhil Gupta, Ashisha Kumar Singh, Andrei Shishkin and Tarmo Koppel
19. Electromagnetic Shielding of Ceramic Materials
Preeti Kumari, Pankaj Tripathi, SP Singh and Devendra Kumar
20. Cement based EMI shielding materials
Romildo Dias Toledo Filho, José Victor Brasil de Souza, Yasmim Gabriela dos Santos Mendonça and Bartosz Zukowski
21. EMI Shielding of Metals, Alloys and Composites
Rachit Pandey, Sravya Tekumalla and Manoj Gupta
22. EMI shielding textile materials
Vitalija Rubežienė and Sandra Varnaitė-Žuravliova
23. High Temperature Electromagnetic shielding material
Jyoti Prasad Gogoi and Abdul Shabir
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Prof. Joseph Kuruvilla is a senior professor in chemistry and the Dean of Student Activities, Student Welfare & Outreach at the Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. He obtained his PhD at CSIR-NIIST (Formerly RRL), Trivandrum in 1993 and did post-doctoral work in Brazil and Sweden. He is the editor of the 3-volume book titled “Advances in Polymer Composites.” Prof. Kuruvilla has authored over 180 international publications in international scientific journals, as well as several book chapters. He has an h-index of 47, and his work has been cited more than 10,000 times. His research interests include natural fiber-based composites, polymer blends and composites, green materials, polymers from renewable resources, and development of biosensors.
Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Valiamala, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Dr. Wilson Runcy is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, St. Cyril’s College, Kerala, India. He obtained his PhD in chemistry from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, India. He has written several publications in international journals and conference proceedings. He has also co-edited a book titled “Transport Properties of Polymeric Membranes.” He has also conducted research work at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Dr. Runcy has also almost two years of industrial experience as a junior scientist at the Corporate R&D Centre, HLL Lifecare Limited, a Government of India Enterprise, in the area of synthesis of green polymers. His current research interests include polymer nanocomposites for membrane applications, synthesis of biodegradable polymers for medical applications, and development of high quality EMI shielding material.
Department of Chemistry, St. Cyrils College, Adoor, Kerala, India
Dr. George Gejo obtained his PhD in chemistry from Kalasalingam University, Tamil Nadu, India in 2014, specializing in the area of commingled natural fiber composites. He published several articles in high-impact journals and wrote chapters for several books. He has two and a half years of experience as a junior scientist at the Corporate R&D Centre, HLL Lifecare Limited, a Government of India Enterprise, in the area of graphene/natural rubber latex nanocomposites for contraceptive applications. Dr. Gejo also completed two years of post-doctoral research in the area of EMI shielding materials during his tenure as UGC-DSKPDF at School of Pure and Applied Physics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India. He is a post-doctoral researcher at Division of Materials Science, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden. His present research interests include natural fiber-based composites, carbon nanocomposites for EMI shielding applications, graphene-based composites, and biomass/biochar to advanced carbon nanomaterials.
Division of Materials Science, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden and School of Pure and Applied Physics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India
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