Directed Regulation and Localization of Electrical Properties for Composite Construction Materials
Solid State Phenomena , Volume 325, pp 119-124; https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/ssp.325.119
Abstract: Research results of modified composites which consist of isolated layers with different properties and their practical usages are represented in this article. A structure of the composite material is considered. The structure is combined of few layers; external layers are made of corrosive resistance material with dielectric behavior while the internal part of the composite is made of electrically conductive material with high conductive and mechanical properties. Conductive properties of each layer have been measured as well as their mechanical properties and structure. Also, the features of the joints between layers in terms of structure and properties were defined. More than that, varieties of mixtures and their possible usage are considered. Conductive properties of composite materials and ways of their adjustment have been described as well. For the first time, the measuring scheme of conductive properties for each layer was offered and heat shrinkable tubes and copper electrodes were used for it. Efficiency of modified composites and its behavior when electrical current applied can be measured by using the scheme.
Keywords: Distribution of Temperature / Electrical Current / Electrical Properties / Electrochemical Corrosion / Industrial Sulfur / Modification / Soot / Sulphate Corrosion
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