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A Study on the Effect of Temperature in Synthesis and Magnetic Properties of W-Type Hexaferrites Barium Nanocomposites with Radar Wave Absorbing Properties

Hamed Abbasi, Mohammad Pasandideh


Absorption and attenuation of electromagnetic waves spread in air by radar or other equipments is considered as a main problem in military and industrial issues. With increasing development of radars and the raise of detection to solve the issue of camouflage, various methods have been offered including active removal, inactive removal, and absorbing materials and shaping deviate waves. To prepare absorbing materials used in aerospace industry, selecting a wide range of magnetic materials, conducting flow components and dielectric materials applied as matrix are regarded as deterministic factors. The present study attempts to investigate the effect of temperature in synthesis and magnetic properties of w-type hexaferrites barium Nano composites with radar wave absorbing properties. For this purpose, some salts such as cobalt, iron, and barium are employed to produce w-type hexaferrites barium Nano powder (Ba (CoxZn1+x)2 Fe16O27) using sol-gel auto-combustion via microwave. Compared to the other methods, the applied method has the advantages of more affordability, shorter synthesis time, pure specimen, lack of pollution, homogenized final phase, and lack of the need to high temperatures. The produced Nano powders are then analyzed through X-ray diffraction (XRD) in different temperatures revealing a close phase to W-type. A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is also used to determine the particles` size at Nano scale. Moreover, the vibrating magnetometer device is applied in order to depict the hysteresis loop of produced powders so that the rings are longer at the temperatures of 800 ° C and 950 ° C indicating higher magnetic saturation property.


Hexaferrites barium, Hysteresis loop, Nano powder, Cobalt, Radar- absorbent materials

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