Radio-Absorbing Nanocoatings on Corrugated Surfaces View Full Text


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2016-12-05

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V. B. Antipov, A. I. Potekaev, A. B. Vorozhtsov, S. V. Melentyev, Yu. I. Tsyganok

ABSTRACT

The feasibility of producing protective radio-absorbing shielding materials on the basis of differently shaped surfaces with nanostructured coatings is investigated. Combinations of special nanostructured materials and technical solutions for the shape of the absorbing surface were tested, in order to create efficient nanocoatings. It is shown that the coatings of interest that meet the requirements of low reflection and high attenuation of transmitted radiation combined with low coating thickness can be developed, using corrugated surfaces. Corrugated chicken egg-packing cell samples with nanostructured carbon coatings were examined and found to allow for effective shielding of electromagnetic radiation and to exhibit minimum reflection coefficients as compared to construction materials. More... »

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1225-1230

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