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Printed Electronics

Author : Zheng Cui
ISBN : 9781118920923
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book provides an overview of the newly emerged and highly interdisciplinary field of printed electronics • Provides an overview of the latest developments and research results in the field of printed electronics • Topics addressed include: organic printable electronic materials, inorganic printable electronic materials, printing processes and equipments for electronic manufacturing, printable transistors, printable photovoltaic devices, printable lighting and display, encapsulation and packaging of printed electronic devices, and applications of printed electronics • Discusses the principles of the above topics, with support of examples and graphic illustrations • Serves both as an advanced introductory to the topic and as an aid for professional development into the new field • Includes end of chapter references and links to further reading
Category: Technology & Engineering

Introduction To Printed Electronics

Author : Katsuaki Suganuma
ISBN : 9781461496250
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 29.30 MB
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This book describes in detail modern technologies for printed electronics, explaining how nanotechnology and modern printing technology are merging to revolutionize electronics fabrication of thin, lightweight, large and inexpensive products. Readers will benefit from the explanations of materials, devices and circuits used to design and implement the latest applications of printed electronics, such as thin flexible OLED displays, organic solar cells, OLED lighting, smart wallpaper, sensors, logic, memory and more.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Materials And Technologies For Flexible And Printed Electronics

Author : Liang Liang Chen
ISBN : 9783038268925
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 69.85 MB
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Flexible and printed electronics are rather new fields in China. In particular, the term of “printed electronics” was almost unheard of in China five years ago when Professor Cui setup the first research center dedicated to the R&D of this technology. The collection includes selected peer reviewed papers form the 5th International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics (ICFPE) was successfully held in Beijing on 21-23 October 2014. The 39 papers share the newest ideas in the fields of followed: Synthesis and characterization of organic and inorganic electronics materials for printed electronics; Ink formulation of nanomaterials and applications in printed electronics; Solution-processing and/or printing of organic and inorganic thin film transistors, solar cells and light emitting devices; Organic and inorganic flexible electronic devices and displays; Flexible and plastic sensors and their applications; Processes, techniques and equipment for printed electronics; Design of flexible and printable electronic systems; Manufacturing of printed circuit (PCB) boards and RFID antennas; Packaging and encapsulation of OLED/OPV and printed electronic devices.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Organic And Printed Electronics

Author : Giovanni Nisato
ISBN : 9789814669757
Genre : Science
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The field of organic and printed electronics is well established in terms of academic, scientific, and technological research but is still an emerging one in terms of mass industrial applications such as OLED displays and lighting and organic photovoltaics. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to organic and printed electronics, their fundamental aspects, core technologies, and applications, and it is the first book of its kind specifically designed to address students in their final undergraduate or beginning graduate studies, as well as engineers interested in approaching this field.
Category: Science

Applications Of Organic And Printed Electronics

Author : Eugenio Cantatore
ISBN : 9781461431596
Genre : Science
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The book focuses on various "substrate independent, large throughput" technologies: techniques that are able to build electronics on cheap, low cost, flexible and temperature sensitive substrates, like PEN or other plastic foils, and using inexpensive and large throughput methods like printing. Most of these technologies, in fact, have the potential to enable the revolutionary applications that will be discussed in the book. The book therefore goes beyond "organic" technologies, i.e. technologies that use functional organic materials (namely semiconductors), to explore a broader and even more interesting area of research. The book presents a comprehensive landscape of the new applications enabled by substrate independent, high throughput electronic technologies and their business potential. It explains the link between innovation in technology and in products. It also provides the reader with a clear understanding of the technology and the research challenges in the field. The book is divided in two parts. The first is devoted to applications where the most important selling point is large area. To this domain belong roll-up, flexible and emissive displays based on organic devices (used in backplanes or as display medium), unobtrusive electronics enabling ambient intelligence applications, and the increasingly important photovoltaic applications. The second part is devoted to applications where cost reduction is the main factor. RFIDs, smart labels, organic sensors and printed sensor system belong to this domain. A chapter is devoted to each different application. Each chapter is originally developed for the book by (a group of) world-wide recognized experts in the specific field of application.
Category: Science

Printed Electronics

Author : John Birkenshaw
ISBN : 1858029376
Genre : Printed circuits
File Size : 51.47 MB
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Category: Printed circuits

Flexible Electronics

Author : William S. Wong
ISBN : 0387743634
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 27.78 MB
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This excellent volume covers a range of materials used for flexible electronics, including semiconductors, dielectrics, and metals. The functional integration of these different materials is treated as well. Fundamental issues for both organic and inorganic materials systems are included. A corresponding overview of technological applications, based on each materials system, is presented to give both the non-specialist and the researcher in the field relevant information on the status of the flexible electronics area.
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Printed Electronics

Author : John Birkenshaw
ISBN : 1858029376
Genre : Printed circuits
File Size : 86.14 MB
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Printed Electronics

Author : Nathan Fabrice
ISBN : 1536127973
Genre : Printed electronics
File Size : 47.17 MB
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In the first chapter, Urka Vrabič Brodnjak, Ph.D., Deja Muck, Ph.D., Helena Gabrijelčič Tomc, Ph.D., and Igor Karlovits, Ph.D. provide a review of the many facets of printed smart labels in packaging, including the categorisation, materials, techniques, environmental impacts, applications, and future trends. In the second chapter, Maja Klančnik, Ph.D., Helena Gabrijelčič Tomc, Ph.D., Diana Gregor Svetec, Ph.D., Marica Stareinič Ph.D., and Tatjana Rijavec, Ph.D. give an overview of electrically conductive materials, fibres, inks, and printing solutions. In the third and final chapter, Umit Y. Ogras, Ujjwal Gupta, Jaehyun Park, and Ganapati Bhat compare FHE systems-on-polymer with traditional systems-on-chip.
Category: Printed electronics

Flexible Electronics For Security Manufacturing And Growth In The United States

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 9780309285049
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Flexible Electronics for Security, Manufacturing, and Growth in the United States is the summary of a workshop convened in September 2010 by Policy and Global Affairs' Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy to review challenges, plans, and opportunities for growing a robust flexible electronics industry in the United States. Business leaders, academic experts, and senior government officials met to review the role of research consortia around the world to advance flexible electronics technology. Presenters and participants sought to understand their structure, focus, funding, and likely impact, and to determine what appropriate steps the United States might consider to develop a robust flexible electronics industry. Flexible electronics refers to technologies that enable flexibility in the manufacturing process as well as flexibility as a characteristic of the final product. Features such as unconventional forms and ease of manufacturability provide important advantages for flexible electronics over conventional electronics built on rigid substrates. Today, examples of flexible electronics technologies are found in flexible flat-panel displays, medical image sensors, photovoltaic sheets, and electronic paper. Some industry experts predict that the market for global flexible electronics will experience a double digit growth rate, reaching $250 billion by 2025, but most experts believe that the United States is not currently poised to capitalize on this opportunity. Flexible Electronics for Security, Manufacturing, and Growth in the United States examines and compares selected innovation programs, both foreign and domestic, and their potential to advance the production of flexible electronics technology.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Nano Silver Ink Jet Process For Printed Electronics

Author : Kung Linliu
ISBN : 9798615855559
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This book will describe the ink jet printing process of nano silver metal ink and its properties with ink recipe tuning based on the experience of the author founded companies several years ago.
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Materials And Processes For Printed Electronics Evaluation Of Gravure Printing In Electronics Manufacture

Author : Erika Hrehorova
ISBN : 0549047514
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The primary goal of printing electronics is to create structures and devices that are functionally similar to conventional electronics, but at greater speed, lower cost and less production complexity. There are advantages and challenging disadvantages of using printing processes to manufacture electronic devices. Printing has been very well optimized for printing visual images that meet the requirements of human eye. However in the production of functional electronic devices, there are more stringent requirements on resolution, registration and quality of printed features and functional layers.
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Large Area And Flexible Electronics

Author : Mario Caironi
ISBN : 9783527336395
Genre : Science
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From materials to applications, this ready reference covers the entire value chain from fundamentals via processing right up to devices, presenting different approaches to large-area electronics, thus enabling readers to compare materials, properties and performance. Divided into two parts, the first focuses on the materials used for the electronic functionality, covering organic and inorganic semiconductors, including vacuum and solution-processed metal-oxide semiconductors, nanomembranes and nanocrystals, as well as insulators and barrier materials. The second part reviews the devices and applications of large-area electronics, including large-area printed circuits for ambient electronics, flexible and ultra-high-resolution displays, light-emitting transistors, organic and inorganic photovoltaics, bio-sensors and nonvolatile memories. With its academic and industrial viewpoints, this volume provides in-depth knowledge for experienced researchers while also serving as a first-stop resource for those entering the field.
Category: Science

Welcome To Flexible And Printed Electronics

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ISBN : OCLC:1053738330
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Abstract: Flexible electronic systems can be made physically and mechanically compatible with applications requiring folding (such as foldable displays) or form factors that require bending and, in some cases, stretching. The burgeoning field also includes hybrid flexible systems that comprise specially thinned silicon chips (which are flexible) together with other components made with inherently bendable/stretchable materials. Flexible and Printed Electronics has been launched as a new journal that will capture all aspects of this rapidly developing and multidisciplinary field.
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Printed Organic And Molecular Electronics

Author : Daniel R. Gamota
ISBN : 9781441990747
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Printed Organic And Molecular Electronics was compiled to create a reference that included existing knowledge from the most renowned industry, academic, and government experts in the fields of organic semiconductor technology, graphic arts printing, micro-contact printing, and molecular electronics. It is divided into sections that consist of the most critical topics required for one to develop a strong understanding of the states of these technologies and the paths for taking them from R&D to the hands of consumers on a massive scale. As such, the book provides both theory as well as technology development results and trends.
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