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Thermal properties of graphene and nanostructured carbon materials
Thermal conductivity of carbon nanotube networks: a review
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Recent years have seen a rapid growth of interest by the scientific and engineering communities in the thermal properties of materials. Heat removal has become a crucial issue for continuing progress in the electronic industry, and thermal conduction in low-dimensional structures has revealed truly intriguing features.
In this dissertation research we investigated thermal properties of three groups of nanostructured materials: i magnetic; ii reduced graphene oxide films; and iii hybrid magnetic — graphite — graphene composites. The rare-earth free nanostructured SrFe12O19 permanent magnets were produced by the current activated pressure assisted densification technique. The thermal conductivity of the nanostructured bulk magnets was found to range from 3. The heat conduction was dominated by phonons near the room temperature. The anisotropy of heat conduction was explained by the brick-like alignment of crystalline grains with the longer grain size in-plane direction. The thermal conductivity scales up with the average grain size and mass density of the material revealing weak temperature dependence. Using the nanostructured ferromagnetic Fe3O4 composites as an example system, we incorporated graphene and graphite fillers into magnetic material without changing their morphology.
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This improved thermal conductivity is attributed to the fact that the hierarchical heat sink offers a stereo thermal conductive network that combines point, line, and plane contact, leading to better heat transport. Furthermore, the compression treatment provided an efficient route to increase both k ip and k tp values. This result reveals that the hierarchical carbon structures become denser, inducing more thermal conductive area and less thermal resistivity, i. The experimental results are obtained within the temperature range of — K, suitably complementing the thermal management of chips for consumer electronics.
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The thermal properties of materials change when they are structured on a nanometre scale. Thermal conductivity of different allotropes of carbon span an extraordinary large range — of over five orders of magnitude — from ∼ W mK−1 in amorphous carbon to above 2, W mK−1 at room temperature in diamond or graphene.
Depending on their structure and order individual, films, bundled, buckypapers, etc. This review article concentrates on analyzing the articles on thermal conductivity of CNT networks. The article provides the main factors affecting the value of thermal conductivity, such as CNT density, number of defects in their structure, CNT ordering within arrays, direction of measurement in relation to their length, temperature of measurement and type of CNTs. The practical methods of using CNT networks and the potential directions of future research in that scope were also described. We are facing quick technological developments, but also destruction of the natural environment, resulting from growing pollution and greenhouse effect. The sudden increase in energy use leads to growing consumption of non-renewable energy sources [ 1 ]. That is why scientists have been searching for new solutions for obtaining energy from alternative sources, such as solar [ 2 ] or wind sources [ 3 ], while reducing energy losses.
Recently, graphene has been extensively researched in fundamental science and engineering fields and has been developed for various electronic applications in emerging technologies owing to its outstanding material properties, including superior electronic, thermal, optical and mechanical properties. Thus, graphene has enabled substantial progress in the development of the current electronic systems. Here, we introduce the most important electronic and thermal properties of graphene, including its high conductivity, quantum Hall effect, Dirac fermions, high Seebeck coefficient and thermoelectric effects. We also present up-to-date graphene-based applications: optical devices, electronic and thermal sensors, and energy management systems. These applications pave the way for advanced biomedical engineering, reliable human therapy, and environmental protection. In this review, we show that the development of graphene suggests substantial improvements in current electronic technologies and applications in healthcare systems. Graphene is a recently discovered two-dimensional 2D carbon allotrope that consists of only a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice and is a base unit for other graphitic materials.
Thermal transport in carbon materials: Effect of low temperature and nanostructures. To realize their potential applications in electronic, energy, environmental and medical devices, new nanostructured carbon materials have been synthesized and studied. In this work, the excellent thermal properties of four typical new nanostructured carbon materials including graphene foam, graphene aerogels, graphene paper with different reduction level, and carbon nanotube bundles have been studied in detail by using phonon scattering mechanisms analysis. The effect of low temperature, different nanostructures and thermal strain are the focus.
A high-efficiency electro-thermal heater requires simultaneously high electrical and thermal conductivities to generate and dissipate Joule heat efficiently.