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Conductive coatings consist of a metallized layer deposited through thin film (evaporation or sputtering), plating, or thermal spray processes. They are applied to enclosures that house electronic components in order to provide shielding against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio...

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  • Thermal Spray Fundamentals
    Aluminum Al (99 wt%) Tm ¼ 660 C: – Good corrosion resistance in industrial atmospheric conditions – Good electrical and thermal conductivity – Soft and ductile ! repair Al alloys – Non-magnetic ( electromagnetic shielding ) – Sprayed by flame (powder or wire), wire...
  • ZJTST1701P005
    Nanostructured coatings Cold spray coatings Electromagnetic shielding (EMS) coatings .
  • Mainstreaming cold spray – push for applications
    D. Helfritch and V. Champagne: ‘ Electromagnetic interference shielding by cold spray deposition’, J. Adv. Mater., 2008, 40, 20–26.
  • Preparation of TiAl3 -Al Composite Coating by Cold Spray and Its High Temperature Oxidation Behavior
    D.J. Helfritch, Electromagnetic Interference Shielding by Cold Spray Particle Deposition, The Cold Spray Materials Deposition Process 2007, V.K. Champagne, Ed., WP, Cambridge, England, 2007, p 316-326 .
  • Nanopackaging
    Currently available techniques for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding include conductive sprays , conductive fillers, zinc-arc spraying, electroplating or electrolysis plating on housing surfaces, modifications of electrical properties during the molding stage, and other metallization processes.
  • 2005 Research Briefs : Materials and Process Sciences Center.
    This microstructure imparts excellent mechanical and electromagnetic shielding properties to flame- sprayed coatings, making them ideal candidates for protection of critical stockpile components.
  • Selected Patents Related to Thermal Spraying
    A method for manufacturing the electromagnetic shielding article com- prising steps: providing a plastic sub- strate; depositing a nickel vanadium layer on the plastic substrate by radio- frequency induction plasma spraying process; depositing an electromagnetic shielding layer on the nickel vanadium layer...
  • In the News
    The final part of the book discusses how the cold spray pro- cess can be applied in such areas as improved wear, corrosion protection, electromagnetic interference shielding , and repair of damaged components.
  • ZJTST1701P017
    The final part of the book discusses how the cold spray process can be applied in such areas as improved wear, corrosion protection, electromagnetic interference shielding , and repair of damaged components.
  • Case Study of Low-Pressure Cold Spray Conductive Coating
    Among the many applications of cold spray coating is incorporating electromagnetic interference shielding onto a part.