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Enhancement thermal stability of polyetherimide-based nanocomposites for applications in energy storage
Weijun Miao1; Hanxi Chen1; Zhongbin Pan1,2,3; Xueliang Pei4; Long Li1; Peng Li5; Jinjun Liu1; Jiwei Zhai6; Hui Pan3
Source PublicationComposites Science and Technology

Improving thermal stability of high-performance polymer-based nanocomposite films for electrical energy storage is essential to meet ever-increasing demands for the electrical industry, especially at harsh environment applications. Here, the polyetherimide (PEI)-based composites films are prepared via grafting method in the presence of SrTiO (ST) nanofillers to substantially improved capacitive performances at elevated temperature. The composites films with the optimized filler compositions show a high discharged energy density of 6.76 J/cm under 600 MV/m at room temperature. Meantime, excellent high-temperature discharged energy density of 6.6 J/cm at 100 °C for the composites films is also achieved, which is superior to most of the previously reported. The simulations further demonstrate that the ST nanoparticles embedded into the composites films could effectively improve heat dissipation in comparison with pristine PEI matrix, resulting in enhancement high-temperature energy storage capabilities. This work gives considerable promise for high energy density polymer-based nanocomposite films capacitors under harsh environments.

KeywordDielectricity Electrical Properties High-temperature Properties Nano Particles Polymer-matrix Composites (Pmcs)
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Indexed BySCIE
WOS Research AreaMaterials Science
WOS SubjectMaterials Science, Composites
WOS IDWOS:000595949300005
Scopus ID2-s2.0-85092629711
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorZhongbin Pan; Jiwei Zhai; Hui Pan
Affiliation1.School of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering,Ningbo University,Ningbo,315211,China
2.Key Laboratory of Engineering Dielectrics and Its Application,Ministry of Education,Harbin University of Science and Technology,Harbin,150080,China
3.Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering,University of Macau,Macau SAR,China
4.Engineering Laboratory of Advanced Energy Materials,Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Ningbo,China
5.School of Materials Science and Engineering,Liaocheng University,Liaocheng,252059,China
6.School of Materials Science & Engineering,Tongji University,Shanghai,4800 Caoan Road,201804,China
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Weijun Miao,Hanxi Chen,Zhongbin Pan,et al. Enhancement thermal stability of polyetherimide-based nanocomposites for applications in energy storage[J]. Composites Science and Technology,2020,201.
APA Weijun Miao,Hanxi Chen,Zhongbin Pan,Xueliang Pei,Long Li,Peng Li,Jinjun Liu,Jiwei Zhai,&Hui Pan.(2020).Enhancement thermal stability of polyetherimide-based nanocomposites for applications in energy storage.Composites Science and Technology,201.
MLA Weijun Miao,et al."Enhancement thermal stability of polyetherimide-based nanocomposites for applications in energy storage".Composites Science and Technology 201(2020).
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