CONTEMPORARY NANOMATERIALS FOR LOW VISIBLE AIRPLANE CONSTRUCTION

D. E. Aznakayeva, T. V. Borodii

Abstract


Reflective properties of different objects such as airplane, space apparatus, solar cells dependfrom the dielectric properties of its surface materials. The dielectric properties of different composites fromcarbon nanotubes were investigated. These composites are an effective surface materials for low visibleairplane construction. It is found that at decreasing of thickness of sample the rapid drop of passing monochromaticirradiation intensity is observed. The sample thickness range varies from 0.1 mm till 0.6 mm.This phenomenon is explained due to changing in orientation of the carbon nanotubes. It leads to increasingof efficiency of monochromatic irradiation absorption by the objects

Keywords


Dielectric properties; nanomaterials; carbon nanotubes composites; low visible objects

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