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    Title: 導電混凝土的電磁屏蔽效應
    Other Titles: Electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of conductive concrete
    Authors: 方鄒昀;Fang, Tsou-Yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系碩士班
    段永定;Tuan, Alex Y.
    Keywords: 導電混凝土;導電性材料;電磁波屏蔽;屏蔽效益;conductive concrete;Conductive material;Electromagnetic shielding;Shielding effectiveness
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:56:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近年來由於科技進步,各類通訊、電子設備及產品廣泛應用,造成電磁波對人體生理或心理及電子器材的影響越來越嚴重。為了減低電磁波之影響,有效的屏蔽電磁波已是一項重要的研究課題。目前屏蔽電磁波常利用金屬、導電性高分子、導電性複合材料及導電性表面處理等。本研究採用導電混凝土之概念,在水泥混凝土材料內添加鋼纖維、石墨及鋇鐵氧體來取代部分的材料,進而提高電磁波屏蔽效益。試驗過程中藉由不同比例之鋼纖維、石墨及鋇鐵氧體製作不同的試體,量測頻率範圍30 MHz ~ 1800 MHz電磁波之屏蔽效益,探討鋼纖維、石墨及鋇鐵氧體對於電磁波屏蔽效益之影響,期望能研發出具有良好屏蔽效益之水泥混凝土材料。
    研究結果顯示,對於頻率範圍30 MHz ~ 1800 MHz 之電磁波,添加鋼纖維與石墨皆能提升試體的之屏蔽效益;鋼纖維添加越多屏蔽效益越高,且隨電磁波頻率越高屏蔽效益越高。石墨添加越多屏蔽效益越高,但添加石墨會降低水泥混凝土之力學強度、工作性等性質,添加越多影響越嚴重。添加鋇鐵氧體對於屏蔽效益之影響不大,相同添加量下鋇鐵氧體對於屏蔽效益的提升不如石墨好。頻率在900 MHz時最佳屏蔽效益達到68 dB,所有試體中基本上鋼纖維有添加1.0%以上且石墨有添加15%以上的試體屏蔽效益可達到60 dB;而在頻率1800 MHz時,鋼纖維添加0.5%以上以及石墨添加10%以上的試體其屏蔽效益有達到60 dB以上。
    In recent decades, the advances of electronic communications technology have led to serious effect of electromagnetic waves from the widely use of all kinds of communications, electronic equipments and products. In order to avoid the detrimental effects of electromagnetic waves to the physiological or psychological human body and other electronic equipment, effectively shielding of electromagnetic waves has become an important research topic. Metal, conductive polymer, conductive composites or conductive surface treatment are often used for shielding electromagnetic waves. In this study, steel fibers, graphite and barium ferrite were utilized as ingredients to cement concrete material to increase the electromagnetic shielding effectiveness. By varying the contents of steel fibers, graphite and barium ferrite, specimens were produced in the laboratory to evaluate the electromagnetic shielding effectiveness in frequency range from 30 MHz to 1800 MHz, and develop a conductive concrete material with good shielding characteristics.
    Based on the results of this study, the addition of steel fibers and graphite both can increase the electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of the specimen for the 30 MHz ~ 1800 MHz electromagnetic wave frequency range. The electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of specimen improves with increasing steel fibers contents and higher electromagnetic wave frequency value. The electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of specimen also improves with increasing of graphite content, but the addition of graphite will reduce its mechanical strength and workability. The addition of Barium ferrite is not very effective for electromagnetic shielding effectiveness. Barium ferrite is less effective than graphite at the same contents for shielding effectiveness. The results of this study show that the best shielding effectiveness reaches 68 dB around the frequency of 900MHz. For all specimens with more than
    1.0% steel fibers and more than 15% graphite, the shielding effectiveness generally can reach 60 dB. When the frequency is near 1800MHz, specimen with more than 0.5% steel fibers and more than 10% graphite, the shielding effectiveness could reach 60 dB or more.
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