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Dielectric Polymer Nanocomposites

Author: Nelson J. Keith

Published In: December, 2010

Publisher: Springer

Price:  € 129.95

Write-up:
The book, Dielectric Polymer Nanocomposites,
• Discusses the background, principles and importance of nanodielectric composites
• Offers detailed coverage of the processing of nanocomposites
• Discusses the physical and chemical nature of polymers
• Provides a summary and review of all one needs to know about nanodielectric polymers
• Includes complete coverage of nanodielectric composites such as cryogenic applications, high voltage stress grading materials and applications in the capacitor industry.


Dielectric Polymer Nanocomposites provides the first in-depth discussion of nanodielectrics, an emerging and fast moving topic in electrical insulation. The book provides an overview of the background, principles and promise of nanodielectrics, as well as a discussion of the processing of nanocomposites. Special considerations are also given to clay based processes, mechanical, thermal and electric properties and surface properties, as well as erosion resistance. Carbon nanotubes are discussed as a means of creation of nonlinear conductivity. Editor J. Keith Nelson brings together the leading minds in the field, whose contributions to the book also:
• Discusses the background, principles and importance of nanodielectric composites
• Includes complete coverage of nanodielectric composites such as cryogenic applications, high voltage stress grading materials and applications in the capacitor industry
• Provides detailed coverage on the processing of nanocomposites


Dielectric Polymer Nanocomposites is perfect for academics and researchers working in or interested in learning more about this growing field.

Table of Contents
• Background principles and promise of nanodielectrics.
• The processing of nanocomposites.
• Special considerations for clay-based materials.
• The chemistry of the interface region and functionalisation.
• Mechanical and thermal properties.
• Electrical properties.
• Surface properties and erosion resistance.
• Carbon nanotubes and the creation of non-linear conductivity.
• The emerging mechanistic picture.
• The industrial applications perspective.


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