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 fundamentals of electromagnetic shielding | springerlink
The shielding effectiveness (SE) is typically defined as the ratio of the magnitude of the incident electric field, E i , to the magnitude of the transmitted electric field, E t : 3.1...

 electromagnetic shielding - wikipedia
Shielding effectiveness, that is, how well a shield reflects or absorbs/suppresses electromagnetic radiation, is affected by the physical properties of the metal. These may include conductivity, solderability, permeability, thickness, and weight. A metal's properties are an important consideration in material selection.

 learnemc - introduction to plane-wave shielding theory
If we define the shielding effectiveness of the slab to be, S. E. = 20 log E i n c E t r a n s (16) then the shielding effectiveness of an infinite sheet of good conductor can be written in the form, S. E. = 20 log η 0 4 η s + 20 log e t δ = R (dB) + A (dB) (17) where the total shielding effectiveness is observed to consist of two terms.

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 materials for electromagnetic interference shielding - sciencedirect
The shielding effectiveness obviously increases with increasing fiber volume fraction. At the same carbon fiber volume fraction, the shielding effectiveness is similar for cement paste and mortar [54]. 4.6. Polymers. Conventional polymers are non-conductive and essentially transparent to the radiation.

 electromagnetic interference shielding materials: recent progress ...
For magnetic shielding materials, magnetic loss, including magnetic hysteresis loss, eddy current losses, and relaxation loss, will be also induced by an alternating current magnetic field, which cooperates with current loss, polarization loss, etc. to create higher losses to attenuate incident EM waves. 22. 2.2. Shielding effectiveness (SE)

 a theory of shielding electromagnetic waves: revisiting shielding ...
Table 1: Shielding Effectiveness Analysis of Test Conditions used by Broaddus and Kunkel in their Presentation at the 1992 EMC Symposium. Most of the literature on the shielding of EM waves states that the attenuation of the E and H fields through a barrier is equal. This is justified because the reflection loss “R” equation provides for a loss when Z w < Z b.

 quantitative interpretation of electromagnetic interference shielding ...
As electromagnetic (EM) pollution continues to increase, electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding materials have been intensively evaluated in terms of two main shielding mechanisms of reflection and absorption. Since the shielding effectiveness (SE) is represented in the logarithmic scale and in a coupled way of transmission (SET), absorption (SEA), and reflection (SER), often there is a ...

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