Composites Part A-Applied Science and Manufacturing

Papers
(The H4-Index of Composites Part A-Applied Science and Manufacturing is 61. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Recent advances in MXenes composites for electromagnetic interference shielding and microwave absorption189
Ultra-thin and highly flexible cellulose nanofiber/silver nanowire conductive paper for effective electromagnetic interference shielding151
Bamboo-like short carbon fibers@Fe3O4@phenolic resin and honeycomb-like short carbon fibers@Fe3O4@FeO composites as high-performance electromagnetic wave absorbing materials149
Hierarchical nest-like structure of Co/Fe MOF derived CoFe@C composite as wide-bandwidth microwave absorber144
Lightweight high-performance carbon-polymer nanocomposites for electromagnetic interference shielding141
Electrospun fibrous materials and their applications for electromagnetic interference shielding: A review140
Multifunctional sponges with flexible motion sensing and outstanding thermal insulation for superior electromagnetic interference shielding133
Flexible MXene-coated melamine foam based phase change material composites for integrated solar-thermal energy conversion/storage, shape memory and thermal therapy functions124
Construction of core-shell PPy@MoS2 with nanotube-like heterostructures for electromagnetic wave absorption: Assembly and enhanced mechanism123
Porous geopolymer composites: A review119
Recent advances on graphene: Synthesis, properties and applications108
Recent progress of thermal conductive ploymer composites: Al2O3 fillers, properties and applications105
Nickel/Nickel phosphide composite embedded in N-doped carbon with tunable electromagnetic properties toward high-efficiency microwave absorption105
MXene-wrapped bio-based pomelo peel foam/polyethylene glycol composite phase change material with enhanced light-to-thermal conversion efficiency, thermal energy storage capability and thermal conduct104
3D compaction printing of a continuous carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic102
Highly thermally conductive polypropylene/graphene composites for thermal management101
Flexible and alternant-layered cellulose nanofiber/graphene film with superior thermal conductivity and efficient electromagnetic interference shielding100
Review of z-pinned laminates and sandwich composites99
Highly efficient thermal conductivity of polydimethylsiloxane composites via introducing “Line-Plane”-like hetero-structured fillers97
Three dimensional porous MXene/CNTs microspheres: Preparation, characterization and microwave absorbing properties95
Flame retardant treatments for polypropylene: Strategies and recent advances95
Metal-organic frameworks for flame retardant polymers application: A critical review94
Mechanically flexible, super-hydrophobic and flame-retardant hybrid nano-silica/graphene oxide wide ribbon decorated sponges for efficient oil/water separation and fire warning response94
Two-dimensional nanomaterials: A critical review of recent progress, properties, applications, and future directions94
Flexible, conductive, and anisotropic thermoplastic polyurethane/polydopamine /MXene foam for piezoresistive sensors and motion monitoring93
Facile strategy to synthesize MXene@LDH nanohybrids for boosting the flame retardancy and smoke suppression properties of epoxy91
Mechanically robust ANF/MXene composite films with tunable electromagnetic interference shielding performance88
Structural design and environmental applications of electrospun nanofibers84
A comprehensive review on surface modification of UHMWPE fiber and interfacial properties84
The composition design of MOF-derived Co-Fe bimetallic autocatalysis carbon nanotubes with controllable electromagnetic properties82
Temperature and strain-induced tunable electromagnetic interference shielding in polydimethylsiloxane/multi-walled carbon nanotube composites with temperature-sensitive microspheres81
Ultrahigh discharge efficiency and improved energy density in polymer-based nanocomposite for high-temperature capacitors application81
Breathable, durable and bark-shaped MXene/textiles for high-performance wearable pressure sensors, EMI shielding and heat physiotherapy80
Lightweight multiscale hybrid carbon-quartz fiber fabric reinforced phenolic-silica aerogel nanocomposite for high temperature thermal protection79
An overview of the formation of fibre waviness and its effect on the mechanical performance of fibre reinforced polymer composites79
Construction of natural fiber/polyaniline core-shell heterostructures with tunable and excellent electromagnetic shielding capability via a facile secondary doping strategy78
Overview of 3D additive manufacturing (AM) and corresponding AM composites77
A facile fabrication of shape memory polymer nanocomposites with fast light-response and self-healing performance77
High-performance flexible strain sensors based on biaxially stretched conductive polymer composites with carbon nanotubes immobilized on reduced graphene oxide76
Current status of polymer nanocomposite dielectrics for high-temperature applications76
Compressive mechanical properties of low-cost, aluminium matrix syntactic foams74
Fundamentals, materials and strategies for personal thermal management by next-generation textiles74
Electrohydrodynamic printing of a dielectric elastomer actuator and its application in tunable lenses73
Large-scale fabrication of flexible EPDM/MXene/PW phase change composites with excellent light-to-thermal conversion efficiency via water-assisted melt blending73
Oriented BN/Silicone rubber composite thermal interface materials with high out-of-plane thermal conductivity and flexibility73
A strategy to construct multifunctional ammonium polyphosphate for epoxy resin with simultaneously high fire safety and mechanical properties70
A review on the tooling technologies for composites manufacturing of aerospace structures: materials, structures and processes67
Fabrication of Chitosan/MXene multilayered film based on layer-by-layer assembly: Toward enhanced electromagnetic interference shielding and thermal management capacity66
Low Weight, low thermal Conductivity, and highly efficient electromagnetic wave absorption of Three-Dimensional Graphene/SiC-nanosheets aerogel66
Hybrid shell of MXene and reduced graphene oxide assembled on PMMA bead core towards tunable thermoconductive and EMI shielding nanocomposites66
Enhanced thermal conductivity of natural rubber based thermal interfacial materials by constructing covalent bonds and three-dimensional networks65
Processing solid wood into a composite phase change material for thermal energy storage by introducing silica-stabilized polyethylene glycol65
Flexible copper foam-based phase change materials with good stiffness-toughness balance, electro-to-thermal conversion ability and shape memory function for intelligent thermal management65
Biomass-based carbon aerogel/Fe3O4@PEG phase change composites with satisfactory electromagnetic interference shielding and multi-source driven thermal management in thermal energy storage63
Tracing evolutions in electro-activated shape memory polymer composites with 4D printing strategies: A systematic review63
Novel flexible polyurethane/MXene composites with sensitive solar thermal energy storage behavior62
Flexible multilayered aramid nanofiber/silver nanowire films with outstanding thermal durability for electromagnetic interference shielding62
Highly efficient MXene/Nano-Cu smoke suppressant towards reducing fire hazards of thermoplastic polyurethane62
Enhancement in mechanical properties of polyamide 66-carbon fiber composites containing graphene oxide-carbon nanotube hybrid nanofillers synthesized through in situ interfacial polymerization62
In-situ coprecipitation formed Fe/Zn-layered double hydroxide/ammonium polyphosphate hybrid material for flame retardant epoxy resin via synergistic catalytic charring62
Robust bioinspired MXene-based flexible films with excellent thermal conductivity and photothermal properties61
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