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Dielectric Properties of Fishbone Kutum and Composite Materials with Its Participation


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1 Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
 

This paper presents the results of studying the frequency dependence of permittivity and dielectric loss of fishbone (Fb) Kutum and polyethylene composites filled with nanoparticles fishbone Kutum and the influence of aluminum(Al) nanoparticles with dimensions 80-nm on the dielectric properties of polymer composites. Studies were carried out at the frequency range of 0 - 1 MHz. It was found that the variation of the volume of filler content of fishbone and aluminum nanoparticles might be prepared composite materials with the required dielectric parameters.

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Fishbone, Polymer Composites, the Dielectric Constant, the Dielectric Loss, Pe + x vol% (Fb), Pe + x vol% (Fb) + 1% Al.
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E. M. Gojaev
Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Sh. V. Alieva
Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
K. C. Gulmammadov
Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
S. S. Osmanova
Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan

Abstract


This paper presents the results of studying the frequency dependence of permittivity and dielectric loss of fishbone (Fb) Kutum and polyethylene composites filled with nanoparticles fishbone Kutum and the influence of aluminum(Al) nanoparticles with dimensions 80-nm on the dielectric properties of polymer composites. Studies were carried out at the frequency range of 0 - 1 MHz. It was found that the variation of the volume of filler content of fishbone and aluminum nanoparticles might be prepared composite materials with the required dielectric parameters.

Keywords


Fishbone, Polymer Composites, the Dielectric Constant, the Dielectric Loss, Pe + x vol% (Fb), Pe + x vol% (Fb) + 1% Al.