Engineering Magnetic, Dielectric and Microwave Properties of Ceramics and Alloys

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New research on the magnetic, dielectric and microwave properties of promising materials for domestic, industrial, military and medical applications are presented, with focus on biomaterials, ferrites, Ni-Fe alloys, capacitors, multiferroics, microwave absorbers and perovskite materials.

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Engineering Magnetic, Dielectric and Microwave Properties of Ceramics and Alloys
Ed. Charanjeet Singh
Materials Research Foundations Vol. 57
Publication Date 2019, 152 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-64490-038-3 (release date October 10th, 2019)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-64490-039-0
DOI: 10.21741/9781644900390

New research on the magnetic, dielectric and microwave properties of promising materials for domestic, industrial, military and medical applications are presented, with focus on biomaterials, ferrites, Ni-Fe alloys, capacitors, multiferroics, microwave absorbers and perovskite materials. Special emphasis is placed on bioceramics for orthopedic applications; classification of biomaterials; bioactive glass systems; preparation, properties and applications of PbFe12O19 hexaferrites; Ni-Fe alloys for shielding electronic devices from external magnetostatic fields; the role of multiferroics in spintronics field; design of microwave absorbers and absorption characteristics of ceramics.

Keywords
Biomaterials for Bone Repair, Lead Hexaferrite, Ni-Fe Films, Capacitor Materials, Multiferroics, Spintronics, Dielectric Properties of Ferrites, Rare-Earth Doped Manganite Perovskites, Microwave Absorption in Ceramics, Bioactive Glass Systems, PbFe12O19 Hexaferrites, Shielding Electronic Devices from Magnetostatic Fields, Microwave Absorbers, Classification of Biomaterials, Hydroxyapatite, Lead Ferrites

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Table of Contents


Physical and Biological Properties of Biomaterials Intended for Bone Repair Applications
S.R. Gavinho, M.P.F. Graça, P.R. Prezas, C.C. Silva, F.N. Freire, A.F. Almeida, A.S.B. Sombra


Lead Hexaferrite – A Brief Review
S.A. Palomares-Sánchez, M.I. González Castro, S. Ponce Castañeda


Сrystal Structure and Functional Properties of Ni-Fe Films
A.V. Trukhanov, S.S. Grabchikov, S.V. Trukhanov, A.A. Solobai, V.A. Turchenko, E.L. Trukhanova, T.I. Zubar, D.I. Tishkevich, D.A. Vinnik


The Development of Capacitor Materials Technology
Maciej Jaroszewski, Jan Ziaja, Przemysław Ranachowski, Charanjeet Singh


Multiferroics Materials, Future of Spintronics
I.A. Abdel-Latif


The Dielectric Properties of Some Studied Ferrites
Hesham Zaki


Structure–Property Relations in Rare-Earth Doped Manganite Perovskites: A Review
K. Sakthipandi, Aslam Hossain, G. Rajkumar


Microwave Absorption in Ceramics: Different Mechanisms and its Optimization
Charanjeet Singh, Sukhleen Bindra Narang, Rajshree Jotania

 

About the editor

Dr. Charanjeet Singh is a Professor of Electronics and Communication at Lovely Professional University Phagwara Punjab India. His research area (15 years including teaching) encompasses tunable microwave ferrite absorbers/DRA/filters in GHz region, static V-I characteristics, sensors. Dr. Charanjeet Singh received his Ph.D degree and Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Communication Engineering) from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar Punjab in 2008 and 1996 respectively, Master Degree in the same discipline from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh in 2001. He has guided 3 Ph.D students and 6 Master students in the aforementioned fields and published 43 SCI papers in refereed journals with Scopus h-index 13 and 505 Scopus Citations. He is a recipient of the Young Scientist Award from International Union of Radio Science (URSI) at the conference held in Toyama, Japan in 2010. He has received the outstanding reviewer award from Elsevier Journal of Alloys and Compounds in 2017 and best teacher award from Indian Society for Technical Education. He has received travel grants from Govt. organizations like Department of Science and Technology (DST), Indian National Science Academy (INSA) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for attending conferences in Spain (2015), France (2012) and Turkey (2011). He has research collaborations with Dr. Yang Bai: Beijing University China, Dr. Sanjay Mishra: University of Memphis USA, Dr. Maceij Jaorszweski: Wroclaw University Poland, Dr. Ebtesam Ateia: Cairo University, Dr. Kohout Jaroslav: Charles University Czech Republic and Dr. Dariusz Bochenek: Silesia University Poland.