Electomagnetic absorption of composites based on epoxy resin and metallic iron nanoparticles
Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
2 Institute of Electrophysics UD RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
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Published online: 4 July 2018
The heat losses originated from the electro-magnetic absorption in magnetic epoxy-based composites with embedded metallic iron nanoparicles were studied by Calvet microcalorimetry. Iron magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) were synthesized by electrical explosion of wire (EEW) method; they were non-agglomerated, spherical in shape and had a weight average diameter 85 nm. Composites based on the cured epoxy-dian resin contained MNPs in weight content varying from 10% up to 70% . To study the heat loss in alterating magnetic field commercial Calvet microcalorimeter was equiped by two coils in the serial connection placed in the calorimeter cells; one of the coils contained a sample of composite the other was a reference. The electromagnetic adsorption was studied in the alternating magnetic field up to 1700 A /m in 67 – 214 kHz frequency range. The measured values of the specific power losses revealed linear dependence on iron MNPs content in composite and non-linear increasing function of the field frequency.
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