Development of electrically conductive composites based on recycled resources

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dc.contributor.author Ali, Azam
dc.contributor.author Baheti, Vijay
dc.contributor.author Khan, Muhammad Zaman
dc.contributor.author Ashraf, Munir
dc.contributor.author Militký, Jiří
dc.date.accessioned 2019-08-23T06:02:34Z
dc.date.available 2019-08-23T06:02:34Z
dc.date.issued 2019-07
dc.identifier.issn ISSN: 0040-5000 (Print) 1754-2340 (Online)
dc.identifier.uri https://dspace.tul.cz/handle/15240/153231
dc.identifier.uri https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00405000.2019.1644121
dc.description.abstract The current study was focused on the development of electrically conductive composites of carbon particle filled cotton fabric/epoxy systems. The carbon particles were refined to the scale of micro/nanoparticles using ball milling and morphological properties were studied by Malvern zetasizer and SEM. The influence of different concentrations of carbon particles in green epoxy resin for electrical conductivity was studied. Additionally, the electrical conductivity and electromagnetic shielding ability of conductive composites were analyzed. Waveguide method at high frequency (i.e. at 2.45 GHz) was used to investigate the EMI shielding. Similarly, the effect of different concentrations of carbon particles in composites was also studied for mechanical strength (tensile and flexural). A comprehensive study showed the improvements in electrical and mechanical properties with increase in the concentration of carbon particles and their even distribution in resin. The composites with higher carbon filler concentration showed maximum electrical conductivity (1.0E-02), shielding effectiveness 23.13 dB and mechanical properties. cs
dc.format.extent 11 stran cs
dc.language.iso cs cs
dc.relation.ispartof JOURNAL OF THE TEXTILE INSTITUTE
dc.subject Ball milling cs
dc.subject carbon particles cs
dc.subject textile composites cs
dc.subject electrical conductivity cs
dc.subject EMI shielding cs
dc.title Development of electrically conductive composites based on recycled resources cs
dc.identifier.doi 10.1080/00405000.2019.1644121


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