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Radio-wave shielding behavior of steel structures
(Taylor and Francis, 2021)
The shielding of radio wave by steel-containing structures is desirable for electronics protection but undesirable for telecommunication signal reception. This work investigates the shielding behavior of steel structures ...
Capacitance-based stress self-sensing effectiveness of a model asphalt without functional component
Capacitance-based self-sensing is shown for the first time on a pitch-based material, which serves as model asphalt. No functional component is involved. Compressive stress (5–1720 Pa) is sensed. The capacitance increases ...
Electromagnetic skin depth of cement paste and its thickness dependence
The skin depth delta describes the ability of electromagnetic radiation (particularly microwave) to penetrate a material. This ability is relevant to radar-related applications, electromagnetic interference shielding and ...
Capacitance-based stress self-sensing in asphalt without electrically conductive constituents, with relevance to smart pavements
The capacitance-based stress self-sensing in asphalt without device or functional constituent incorporation is reported for the first time, with relevance to smart pavements. Stress sensing enables weighing. Without the ...