Publication detail

Improvement of Performance of Electroluminescent Panel by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

HRABAL, M. DZIK, P. OMASTA, L. VALA, M. KALINA, M. FLORIÁN, P. WEITER, M.

Original Title

Improvement of Performance of Electroluminescent Panel by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

English Title

Improvement of Performance of Electroluminescent Panel by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Alternating-current powder-based electroluminescence is currently the only technique for quick and easy preparation of large area, low cost electroluminescent panels by the means of material printing. Manufacturing of the panels is currently done exclusively by a screen printing which is associated with deposition of much thicker layers than typical for other methods of material printing.The goal of this work is to define and optimize a composition of a novel ink jet printing formulation of dielectric film and verification of parameters of the final layers for use in this type of technology. The major benefits of ink jet printed dielectric layer are the possible preparation of a panel emitting light from both sides with reduced driving voltage needed for its operation.

English abstract

Alternating-current powder-based electroluminescence is currently the only technique for quick and easy preparation of large area, low cost electroluminescent panels by the means of material printing. Manufacturing of the panels is currently done exclusively by a screen printing which is associated with deposition of much thicker layers than typical for other methods of material printing.The goal of this work is to define and optimize a composition of a novel ink jet printing formulation of dielectric film and verification of parameters of the final layers for use in this type of technology. The major benefits of ink jet printed dielectric layer are the possible preparation of a panel emitting light from both sides with reduced driving voltage needed for its operation.

Keywords

Alternating-Current Powder-Based Electroluminescence (ACPEL), Ink jet material printing, Dielectric, Barium Titanate

Released

27.05.2019

Publisher

Scientific.net

Location

Zurich, Switzerland

Pages from

20

Pages to

24

Pages count

5

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT155775,
  author="Michal {Hrabal} and Petr {Dzik} and Lukáš {Omasta} and Martin {Vala} and Michal {Kalina} and Pavel {Florián} and Martin {Weiter}",
  title="Improvement of Performance of Electroluminescent Panel by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer",
  annote="Alternating-current powder-based electroluminescence is currently the only technique for quick and easy preparation of large area, low cost electroluminescent panels by the means of material printing. Manufacturing of the panels is currently done exclusively by a screen printing which is associated with deposition of much thicker layers than typical for other methods of material printing.The goal of this work is to define and optimize a composition of a novel ink jet printing formulation of dielectric film and verification of parameters of the final layers for use in this type of technology. The major benefits of ink jet printed dielectric layer are the possible preparation of a panel emitting light from both sides with reduced driving voltage needed for its operation.",
  address="Scientific.net",
  booktitle="Material Science Forum",
  chapter="155775",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.955.20",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Scientific.net",
  number="955",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="20--24",
  publisher="Scientific.net",
  type="journal article - other"
}