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Additive technologies in the protection of electronic equipment from electromagnetic radiation D. D. Teterina, I. O. Dorofeev, A. V. Badin

By: Teterina, Daria DContributor(s): Dorofeev, Igor O | Badin, Alexander VMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Subject(s): аддитивные технологии | электромагнитный отклик | композиционные материалыGenre/Form: статьи в сборниках Online resources: Click here to access online In: 2020 21st International conference of young specialists on micro/nanotechnologies and electron devices (EDM) P. 128-133Abstract: The paper discusses the possibilities of using 3Dprinting technology to create radar absorbing coatings and elements of electronic equipment. The frequency dependences of the relative changes in the dielectric constant of a filament for a 3D printer measured at an open resonator are presented for 1-3% nanotube concentrations in the acrylonitrile butadiene styrene in the range of 8-14 GHz. By the quasioptical method, the relative changes in the dielectric constant in the range 115-258 GHz were measured. The electromagnetic response for shield in the EHF range was calculated.
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The paper discusses the possibilities of using 3Dprinting technology to create radar absorbing coatings and elements of electronic equipment. The frequency dependences of the relative changes in the dielectric constant of a filament for a 3D printer measured at an open resonator are presented for 1-3% nanotube concentrations in the acrylonitrile butadiene styrene in the range of 8-14 GHz. By the quasioptical method, the relative changes in the dielectric constant in the range 115-258 GHz were measured. The electromagnetic response for shield in the EHF range was calculated.

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