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Utilization of carbon nanotubes in electromagnetic wave detectors

N., Yahya and M.H., Zakariah and T.W., Zhu and K., Kioziol (2009) Utilization of carbon nanotubes in electromagnetic wave detectors. In: International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Nano-SciTech 2008, 18 November 2008 through 21 November 2008, Selangor.

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Abstract

Direct detection of hydrocarbon by an active source using electromagnetic (EM) energy termed seabed logging (SBL) has shown very promising results. However, currently available electromagnetic wave technology has a number of challenges include sensitivity and frequency matching. This paper presents development of the carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as electromagnetic wave detector due to outstanding properties of carbon nanotubes. They are currently one of the desired materials for advanced technologies. Two types of detectors were developed in this work, carbon nanotube-based (D1) and without nanotube-based (D2) detectors. Various configuration and arrangement for each type of detector were investigated to determine the one with the highest detection measurement and stability of frequency stability of detection system. It was found that 20 turn-coils coil placed at its centre gives the maximum detection of induction voltage, 39.61 mV. However, the 20 turncoils with CNTs which gives 36.50 mV is the preferred EM detectors due to the stability in frequency of the detection system. © 2009 American Institute of Physics.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Detector; Frequency; Sea bed logging; Sensitivity
Subjects:T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Departments / MOR / COE:Departments > Electrical & Electronic Engineering
ID Code:383
Deposited By: Assoc Prof Dr Noorhana Yahya
Deposited On:09 Mar 2010 01:07
Last Modified:19 Jan 2017 08:25

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