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Polyimide for Electronic and Electrical Engineering Applications

Edited by Sombel Diaham

University of Toulouse

Polyimide is one of the most efficient polymers in many industries for its excellent thermal, electrical, mechanical, and chemical properties as well as its easy processability. In the electronic and electrical engineering industries, polyimide has widely been used for decades thanks to its very good dielectric and insulating properties at the high electric field and at high temperatures of around 200°C in long term-service. Moreover, polyimide appears essential for the development of new electronic devices where further considerations such as high power density, integration, higher temperature, thermal conduction management, energy storage, reliability, or flexibility are required in order to sustain the growing global electrical energy consumption. This book gathers interdisciplinary chapters on polyimide in various topics through state-of-the-art and original ongoing research.

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Polyimide for Electronic and Electrical Engineering ApplicationsEdited by Sombel Diaham

Published: May 5th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77597

ISBN: 978-1-83880-098-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-097-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-379-7

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

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1. Polyimide in Electronics: Applications and Processability Overview

By Sombel Diaham


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2. Synthesis and Properties of Fluorinated Polyimides from Rigid and Twisted Bis(Trifluoromethyl)Benzidine for Flexible Electronics

By Sun Dal Kim, Taejoon Byun, Jin Kim, Im Sik Chung and Sang Youl Kim


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3. Design, Fabrication, and Application of Colorless Polyimide Film for Transparent and Flexible Electronics

By Wenlin Chen, Hui Ding, Jianshu Yu, Ying Zhang, Xuejiao Sun, Bin Chen, Yanya Jin, Rao Fu and Zhongfu Zhou


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4. Charging and Discharging Mechanism of Polyimide under Electron Irradiation and High Voltage

By Xiaoping Wang, Daomin Min and Shengtao Li


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5. Polyimide Used in Space Applications

By Virginie Griseri


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6. Polyimide Films for Digital Isolators

By Baoxing Chen and Sombel Diaham


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7. Behavior of Space Charge in Polyimide and the Influence on Power Semiconductor Device Reliability

By Kunihiko Tajiri, Hirotaka Muto, Didier Marty-Dessus, Laurent Berquez, Gilbert Teyssedre, Marie-Laure Locatelli, Sombel Diaham, Virginie Griseri and Flora Carrasco


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8. Polyimides as High Temperature Capacitor Dielectrics

By Janet Ho and Marshall Schroeder


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9. High-Temperature Polyimide Dielectric Materials for Energy Storage

By Jun-Wei Zha, Xue-Jie Liu, Yaya Tian, Zhi-Min Dang and George Chen


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10. Space Charge Accumulation Phenomena in PI under Various Practicable Environment

By Hiroaki Miyake and Yasuhiro Tanaka


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11. Lifetime of Polyimide under Repetitive Impulse Voltages

By Yan Yang and Guangning Wu


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12. Electrical Endurance of Corona-Resistant Polyimide for Electrical Traction

By Tao Han and Andrea Cavallini


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13. Synthesis Process Optimization of Polyimide Nanocomposite Multilayer Films, Their Dielectric Properties, and Modeling

By Shakeel Akram, Jérôme Castellon, Serge Agnel and Jean-Pierre Habas


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14. Effect of Molecular Structure Modification and Nano-Doping on Charge Transportation of Polyimide Films for Winding Insulation

By Boxue Du, Ranran Xu, Jiwen Xing and Jin Li


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15. New High-Performance Materials: Bio-Based, Eco-Friendly Polyimides

By Radu Dan Rusu and Marc J.M. Abadie


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