Publication detail

Electromagnetic interference shielding by carbon fibred

ŠTEFFAN, P. STEHLÍK, J. VRBA, R.

Original Title

Electromagnetic interference shielding by carbon fibred

English Title

Electromagnetic interference shielding by carbon fibred

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper demonstrates that the addition of chemical agents and carbon fibers to cement can greatly enhance the shielding effectiveness of the concrete. In addition to improving the shielding effectiveness, carbon fibers and chemical agents enhance the tensile and flexural strengths significantly. As both carbon fibers and steel fibers are electrically conductive, both can be added to cement to enhance the shielding effectiveness, but steel fibers tend to rust whereas carbon fibers are chemically stable and inert.

English abstract

This paper demonstrates that the addition of chemical agents and carbon fibers to cement can greatly enhance the shielding effectiveness of the concrete. In addition to improving the shielding effectiveness, carbon fibers and chemical agents enhance the tensile and flexural strengths significantly. As both carbon fibers and steel fibers are electrically conductive, both can be added to cement to enhance the shielding effectiveness, but steel fibers tend to rust whereas carbon fibers are chemically stable and inert.

Keywords

carbon fibers, chemical agents

RIV year

2007

Released

01.08.2007

Publisher

Springer

ISBN

978-0-387-74158-1

Book

Personal Wireless Communications

Edition

Boston:Springer

Pages from

649

Pages to

652

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT27869,
  author="Pavel {Šteffan} and Jiří {Stehlík} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="Electromagnetic interference shielding by carbon fibred",
  annote="This paper demonstrates that the addition of chemical agents and carbon fibers to cement can greatly enhance the shielding effectiveness of the concrete. In addition to improving the shielding effectiveness, carbon fibers and chemical agents enhance the tensile and flexural strengths significantly. As both carbon fibers and steel fibers are electrically conductive, both can be added to cement to enhance the shielding effectiveness, but steel fibers tend to rust whereas carbon fibers are chemically stable and inert.",
  address="Springer",
  booktitle="Personal Wireless Communications",
  chapter="27869",
  edition="Boston:Springer",
  institution="Springer",
  year="2007",
  month="august",
  pages="649--652",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="conference paper"
}