Experimental analysis of electrical conductivity of the 3D printed graphene

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To develop a 3D printed material system for extracting the electrical conductivity of the piezoelectric material, to fabricate the integrated piezoelectric prototype and it’s always have a good availability with the more number of variety of materials for making with special characteristics. This paper introduces with direct ink writing method for printing the piezoelectric material by using multi materials such as terphinal, ethyl cellulose, methanol and graphene. The materials and processing steps for the manufacturing the 3d printed piezoelectric component, the individual material characteristics and the equivalent circuit is provided. Electrical Conductivity analysis on the 3D printed piezoelectric done with the above mentioned material and the result has been discussed by using the four point probe method.




Hushein, R., & Hima Deepthi, V. (2019). Experimental analysis of electrical conductivity of the 3D printed graphene. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(6), 3316–3321. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.F9321.088619

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