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Handbook of Electromagnetic Materials
Monolithic and Composite Versions and Their Applications



ISBN 9781315893402
Published June 30, 2020 by CRC Press
624 Pages

 
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This Handbook explains basic concepts underlying electromagnetic properties of materials, addresses ways of deploying them in modern applications, and supplies pertinent data compiled for the first time in a single volume. Examples, including tables, charts, and graphs, are furnished from a practical applications view point of electromagnetic materials in various fields. These applications have grown enormously in recent years, pertinent to electromagnetic shields, radar absorbing materials, bioelectromagnetic phantoms, smart materials, electromagnetically active surfaces, exotic magnets, application-specific electrodes, and ferrites, etc.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2. Dielectric Materials 3. Electrical Insulating Materials 4. Composite Dielectric Materials 5. Complex Permittivity of Dielectric Composite Materials 6. Composite Dielectric Materials with a Discrete Conducting Phase 7. Conductor-Loaded Polymeric and Ceramic Materials 8. Conducting Polymeric Materials 9. Conductive Materials 10. Semiconducting Materials 11. Superconducting Materials 12. Ferroelectric Materials 13. Peizoelectric Composite Materials 14. Ferromagnetic Materials 15. Ferrite Materials 16. Solid Electrolytic Materials 17. Electrooptic Materials 18. Electrochromic Materials 19. Electronic Packing Materials 20. Static Control Materials 21. Electromagnetic Shielding Materials 22. Electromagnetic Wave Absorbing Materials 23. Electromagnetic Smart Materials 24. Electrorheological Materials 25. Electromagnetic Chiral Materials 26. Electromagnetic Phantom Materials

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Biography

P.S. Neelakanta is Professor at Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Florida Atlantic University.