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Authors: Oluwasola K. Arigbabowo, Jitendra Tate, Wilhelmus J Geerts

DOI: 10.33599/nasampe/s.23.0279

Abstract: Magnetic polymer-based composites combine the cost-effectiveness, low density, and manufacturing flexibility of conventional polymers with the unique characteristics of magnetic powders/fillers to form multifunctional magneto polymeric composites that offer superior properties to conventional materials. At higher temperatures, magnetic properties change significantly and the particles within the magnetic powders experience sporadic motion due to the heat which causes misalignment of the magnetic domains, leading to a decrease in magnetism. Due to these adverse temperature effects, high-performance polymers such as polyetheretherketone (PEEK), polyetherimide (PEI) or other high-temperature thermoplastics have been considered suitable matrix for the magnetic fillers, thereby creating a much wider usage for magneto polymeric composite in applications that requires higher temperature (typically above 175 oC). Thus, this review discusses the fabrication processes-injection molding, fused filament fabrication; magnetic performance, and applications of high-performance thermoplastic-based magnetic composites that can be viable for stringent engineering devices such as sensors, actuators, motors, and generators.

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Conference: SAMPE 2023

Publication Date: 2023/04/17

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