Research Progress of Ceramic-based Absorbing Composite Materials

Authors

  • Tongshu Wang
  • Xiaoguang Wang
  • Daoyuan Tang
  • Chenchen Jia
  • Bole Ren
  • Youan Ji

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/09bq0587

Keywords:

Absorbing materials, ceramic-based absorbing composite materials, electrical loss, magnetic loss, sandwich shell structure.

Abstract

Absorbing materials can convert electromagnetic energy into other forms of energy. In recent years, ceramic-based absorbing composite materials have received widespread attention from researchers in many fields, such as mobile communications and military technology due to their excellent performance in corrosion resistance and stability, and have extremely broad application prospects. This article first briefly describes the structure and absorption principle of ceramic matrix composite absorbing materials. Then the research progress of ceramic-based absorbing materials in recent years was reviewed, including the preparation processes and advantages and disadvantages of various ceramic substrates. Finally, we review the practical application scenarios of this material and discuss future research directions and urgent problems to be solved.

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28-12-2023

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Research Progress of Ceramic-based Absorbing Composite Materials. (2023). Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 8(3), 24-28. https://doi.org/10.54097/09bq0587

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