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Analysis of the shielding properties of metalised nonwoven materials

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Title of host publicationElectromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2013 International Symposium on
DatePublished - 2013
Pages526-531
Number of pages6
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This paper considers the shielding effectiveness of nonwoven materials in the 1-8.5 GHz range using parametric semi-empirical models and experimental techniques. A range of materials based on metalised carbon fibres are considered with weights between 10 and 75 g/m2, thicknesses between 50 and 400μm, and measured shielding effectiveness between 35 and 100dB. A numerical model is presented and compared to experimental results.

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  • magnetic shielding, metallisation, parametric devices, woven composites, metalised carbon fibres, metalised nonwoven materials, numerical model, parametric semiempirical models, shielding effectiveness, shielding property, Analytical models, Apertures, Carbon, Electromagnetic compatibility, Fabrics, Numerical models, TLM modelling, absorber box, aperture, carbon, electric field, electrochemical, electroplating, fibre, high reflectivity, metallised nonwovens, pore, screening, shielding

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