Nano-compositi per riduzione ricognizione radar
Nano-compositi per riduzione ricognizione radar

Nano-compositi per riduzione ricognizione radar

The contribution to MF 2018 will include the presentation of simple-shaped (tile, shell) prototypes made of carbon nanotube reinforced polymer able to provide an a-priori fixed response in terms of to radar reflection. In the exhibition area several demo test will be carried out by means of experimental set-up for the free space microwave characterization, by using the NRL Arch Reflectivity Testing route in anechoic environment. Besides the manufactured prototypes, as explanatory intent, any other object (of compliant dimension) will be tested by the set-up to measure its radar signature.
Italy


Nano-compositi per riduzione ricognizione radar

Antonio Vricella, Roberto Pastore

Antonio Vricella was born in Sant’Arsenio, Italy, in 1970. He received the “Dottore Ingegnere” degree in aerospace engineering from the “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, Italy, where he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in energy and environment: innovation and sustainability with the Department of Astronautics, Electric and Energy Engineering. His experience concerns material science and nanotechnology, advanced composite materials and nanostructured materials, multiphysics simulation (design and numerical analysis for the aerospace structures using CATIA and ANSYS programs), high-velocity impact problems, electromagnetic fields, and composite materials interaction. His current research interests include carbon nanotubes, nanostructured physical modeling, and railguns.

Roberto Pastore was born in Naples, Italy, in 1977. He received the master’s degree in physics from the University Federico II of Naples, Naples, in 2004, and the Ph.D. degree in aerospace engineering from the School of Aerospace Engineering, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, Italy, in 2011. He is currently with the Department of Astronautics, Electric and Energy Engineering, “Sapienza” University of Rome. His experience concerns material science and nanotechnology focusing on the production and characterization of carbon nanotubes, physical modeling and the design of multifunctional nanocomposite, and electromagnetic, thermomechanical, and ballistic experimental testing.


Stand F13 (pav. 5) - AEROSPACELAB s.r.l.

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