Clad Metals - Permeability Plus Conductivity for Effective Shielding

@article{McBride1984CladM,
  title={Clad Metals - Permeability Plus Conductivity for Effective Shielding},
  author={Lyle E. McBride and Yury Trenkler},
  journal={1984 National Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility},
  year={1984},
  pages={1-5}
}
Composite metals combining conductive and magnetic alloys (e.g. aluminum-clad steel) are shown experimentally, and by linear and nonlinear analyses, to provide effective shielding through a combination of magnetic reflection, absorption within the metal, and conductive reflection. Clad metals can be chosen to provide better shielding at thinner gauges than… CONTINUE READING