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ASTM Designation D2256-10, West Conshohocken, PA. N. (2002). Kevlar KM2 Yarn and Fabric Strength Under QuasiStatic Tension, Army Research Laboratory. ARL-TR-2865. A. (2009). Modeling the effects of yarn material properties and friction on the ballistic impact of a plain-weave fabric. Composite Structures 89 pp. 556-566. W. (2005). The ballistic performance of narrow fabrics. International Journal of Impact Engineering 34, pp. 495–508. , Samsuri A. (2007). Effect of fabric stitching on ballistic impact resistance of natural rubber coated fabric systems.

These values are comparable to ours. This suggests that In-doped ZnO thin films could be a good candidate for TE material at RT. Table 1 Resistivity, Seebeck coefficient and Power factor of ZnO samples and other samples. 4. It is obvious that the absolute value of Seebeck coefficient is less than that without the magnetic field, indicating that the magnetic field has negative effect on the Seebeck coefficient. The reason why the absolute value of the Seebeck coefficient for all the films in magnetic is less than that without magnetic may be that magnetic field affecting the electrical properties, such as resistivity, of the films.

6 shows the frequency response of ionic conductivity of the composites. This increase in ionic conduction was also found to be assisted by increasing MWCNTs % in the composite. The universal dynamic response of ionic conductivity of materials is generally described by a power law given by Jonscher [6, 7] as σ (ω ) = σ dc + Aω s ; where σ dc is the limiting zero frequency conductivity, A is a pre exponential constant and s is the dimensionless frequency exponent parameter in the range 0≤s≤1. 14.

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