Publication detail

Improvement of Performance of Screen-Printed Electroluminescent Device by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

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

Original Title

Improvement of Performance of Screen-Printed Electroluminescent Device by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

English Title

Improvement of Performance of Screen-Printed Electroluminescent Device by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Downsizing of the dielectric layer effectively leads to improving the power of light emitted by the panel. It is however impossible to screen print thinner layers thanks to the size of grains of dielectric. The main goal of this work is to prepare and characterize a panel based on inkjet printing formulation of sub-micron grains of dielectric. The reduction of size of particles is achieved by the mean of mechanical milling of clusters of 20 %mass suspension of fine powder BaTiO3 in dowanol PM and preventing their re-aggregation.

English abstract

Downsizing of the dielectric layer effectively leads to improving the power of light emitted by the panel. It is however impossible to screen print thinner layers thanks to the size of grains of dielectric. The main goal of this work is to prepare and characterize a panel based on inkjet printing formulation of sub-micron grains of dielectric. The reduction of size of particles is achieved by the mean of mechanical milling of clusters of 20 %mass suspension of fine powder BaTiO3 in dowanol PM and preventing their re-aggregation.

Keywords

Powder-Based Electroluminescence, Screen printing, Dielectric

Released

14.09.2018

ISBN

978-80-214-5488-0

Pages from

90

Pages to

90

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT156097,
  author="Michal {Hrabal} and Petr {Dzik} and Lukáš {Omasta} and Martin {Vala} and Martin {Weiter}",
  title="Improvement of Performance of Screen-Printed Electroluminescent Device by Reducing the Thickness of Dielectric Layer",
  annote="Downsizing of the dielectric layer effectively leads to improving the power of light emitted by the panel. It is however impossible to screen print thinner layers thanks to the size of grains of dielectric. The main goal of this work is to prepare and characterize a panel based on inkjet printing formulation of sub-micron grains of dielectric. The reduction of size of particles is achieved by the mean of mechanical milling of clusters of 20 %mass suspension of fine powder BaTiO3 in dowanol PM and preventing their re-aggregation.",
  chapter="156097",
  year="2018",
  month="september",
  pages="90--90",
  type="abstract"
}