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Electrical resistance properties of cement/carbon fiber composite
Dong B.2; Xing F.2; Cui H.2; Li Z.1
2012-10-15
Source PublicationAdvanced Materials Research
Volume560-561
Pages830-836
AbstractIn this article, study results of the electrical resistance properties of cement/carbon fiber composite are presented. Using a normal mixing and compacting method, up to 0.85v.% short carbon fiber can be easily incorporated into the cement composite. And its electrical resistivity properties are measured. The resistivity of specimens decreases greatly with the volume fraction of fibers increasing. Moreover, it is found that there is a saturation point for fiber volume fraction. Beyond that, the change of resistivity with the variation of fiber volume fraction becomes much flat. Another interest finding is that the resistivity of the cement materials is a function of frequency of applied voltage. The microstructure associated with the electrical properties of composite is observed. It is possible to apply cement/carbon fiber composite as an electromagnetic shielding composite and so on. © (2012) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
KeywordCarbon Fiber Cement Composite Electrical resistivity
DOI10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.560-561.830
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Language英語
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Document TypeConference paper
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
2.Shenzhen University
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Dong B.,Xing F.,Cui H.,et al. Electrical resistance properties of cement/carbon fiber composite[C],2012:830-836.
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