Advances in Materials Science Research. Volume 31

Maryann C. Wythers (Editor)

Series: Advances in Materials Science Research
BISAC: SCI095000




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In the first chapter of this book, Yahong Liu, Kun Song, and Xiaopeng Zhao explore metamaterials such as nonlinear left-handed metamaterials, impedance-matched near-zero index metamaterials, chiral metamaterials, and metasurfaces. The second chapter by Anett Király and Ferenc Ronkay discusses processing methods of conductive polymer composites as well as their properties. Next, the third chapter by Xiaogang Chen and Shengnan Min provides a review on current knowledge on protective composite helmet shells reinforced by continuous textile structure. G. Mansoura, K. Tsongasa, and D. Tzetzisb determine an effective modal testing system to investigate dynamic mechanical properties of elastomeric composite materials in the fourth chapter. Continuing, the fifth chapter by Vineetha Vinayakumar, Sadasivan Shaji, David Avellaneda, and Bindu Krishnan, presents an overview on inorganic chalcogenide photovoltaics and their applications. In the sixth chapter, Mohammad K. Hossain, Mahmudur R. Chowdhury, MD, and Nydeia W. Bolden present a study and analysis on fiber reinforced polymeric composites. Afterwards, D. Luca Motoc, PhD discusses the properties of hybrid synthetic/natural reinforcements and challenges faced by material designers. In the eighth and final chapter, Anis Rahman, PhD and Aunik K Rahman propose the use of the kinetics spectrum for quantifying an impact-caused deformation event in layered materials used in Soldiers’ helmets. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Electromagnetic Metamaterials and Their Applications for Designing Novel Microwave Antennas
Yahong Liu, Kun Song, and Xiaopeng Zhao

Chapter 2. Electrically Conductive Polymer Composites: Preparation and Properties
Anett Király and Ferenc Ronkay

Chapter 3. Protective Composite Helmet Shells with Continuous Textile Reinforcements
Xiaogang Chen and Shengnan Min

Chapter 4. Optimization of the Vibration Isolation Performance of Machines Using Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Elastomers
G. Mansoura, K. Tsongasa, and D. Tzetzis

Chapter 5. Cu – Sb Based Chalcogenide Thin Films: An Alternative Absorber Material for Photovoltaic Applications
Vineetha Vinayakumar, Sadasivan Shaji, David Avellaneda and Bindu Krishnan

Chapter 6. Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Structural Composites Infused with Graphene Nanoplatelet
Mohammad K. Hossain, Mahmudur R. Chowdhury and Nydeia W. Bolde

Chapter 7. Temperature Dependent Properties of CF/FF and BF/FF Reinforced Hybrid Epoxy Composites
D. Luca Motoc

Chapter 8. Terahertz Kinetics Spectroscopy for Laminated Helmet Materials Characterization
Anis Rahman and Aunik K Rahman


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