Mark Anthony Roberts

College of Engineering

2020 journal article

Ultrahigh-Temperature Ceramic-Polymer-Derived SiOC Ceramic Composites for High-Performance Electromagnetic Interference Shielding


By: Y. Jia*, T. Ajayi n, M. Roberts n, C. Chung n & C. Xu n

author keywords: ceramic composites; ultrahigh-temperature ceramic; electromagnetic interference shielding; polymer-derived ceramic; interface
TL;DR: High-performance electromagnetic interference shielding materials for high-temperature harsh environment are highly required for electronics and aerospace applications and a composite made of ultra-high temperature ceramic and polymer derived SiOC ceramic (PDC-SiOC) with high EMI shielding was reported for such applications. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: November 16, 2020

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