Electromagnetic shielding capability of magnesium based materials: A review 

Rachit Pandey, Manoj Gupta*

Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 9 Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117576

Adv. Mater. Lett., 2018, 9 (5), pp 387-391

DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2018.1945

Publication Date (Web): May 17, 2018

E-mail: mpegm@nus.edu.sg

Abstract


The rapid progress in the expanse of electromagnetic devices among the broad scale of industrial, military, commercial and consumer sector has led to a surge in electromagnetic interference which has now become the fourth most prevalent category of pollution. Thus, there is a dire need of developing materials which can shield the devices of its adverse effects. This review sets foot into what so far has been done in order to develop such shielding materials by targeting Mg. The dependence in shielding effectiveness on variation in heat treatment, concentrations of the alloying elements, forming processes and its combinations have been addressed in this review.

Keywords

Electromagnetic interference, Mg, shielding effectiveness.

Previous issues

Celebrating 10th Years of Diamond Open Access Publishing in Advanced Materials  

Cerebral Oxygenation Studies Through Near Infrared Spectroscopy: A Review

Analysis of Fine Sulfoaluminate Cement by Strength and Thermogravimetric Analysis

Characterization of the Interfacial Surface Energy for Composite Electrical Conduction Measurements using Two Full Range Percolation Threshold Models

Quantitative Detect of Fatigue of Membrane of Erythrocyte in Uniform Shear Field

Ecofriendly-developed Polyacrylic Acid-coated Magnetic Nanoparticles as Catalysts in Photo-fenton Processes

Evaluation of Drug Interactions with Medications Prescribed to Ambulatory Patients with Metabolic Syndrome in Urban Area

Fiber-reinforced Cementitious Composite: Sensitivity Analysis and Parameter Identification 

Evaluation of Drug Utilization Patterns Based on World Health Organization Drug use Indicators at Outpatients Clinics

Are Quantitatively Micro-machined Scaffolds Effective for Cell Technology?

Synthesis and Characterization of Gold Nanoparticles from Lobelia Nicotianifolia Leaf Extract and its Biological Activities

Advanced Oxidations of Tartrazine Azo-dye

Antifungal Activity of Salvia jordanii Against the Oral Thrush Caused by the Cosmopolitan Yeast Candida albicans among Elderly Diabetic Type 2 patients

Upcoming Congress

Knowledge Experience at Sea TM