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In-situ microwave characterization of ferromagnetic microwires-filled polymer composites: a mini review

F Qin
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Y Luo
  • Function : Author
J Tang
  • Function : Author
H Peng
  • Function : Author
Christian Brosseau

Abstract

This review describes the emerging res earch area and relevant physics of polymer-based composites enabled by amorphous ferromagnetic microwires. Fruitful results ranging from their tunable magnetic field and mechanical stress properties and influences of direct current on their microwave behavior are displayed in addition to the brief analysis on the underlying physics. The multifunctionalities exhibited strongly imply a variety of potential applications such as structural health monitoring and high-performance sensors. This article underlines that the future challenge mainly lies in proper microwire tailoring in expectation of a better microwave performance of microwire composites

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hal-01165398 , version 1 (19-06-2015)

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F Qin, Y Luo, J Tang, H Peng, Christian Brosseau. In-situ microwave characterization of ferromagnetic microwires-filled polymer composites: a mini review. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2015, 383, pp.126-132. ⟨10.1016/j.jmmm.2014.10.052⟩. ⟨hal-01165398⟩
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