Yuping Duan

Yuping Duan

Dalian University of Technology

H-index: 46

Asia-China

About Yuping Duan

Yuping Duan, With an exceptional h-index of 46 and a recent h-index of 37 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Dalian University of Technology, specializes in the field of Microwave absorbing materials, Metamaterials, Nano materials, Functional materials.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Flexible carbon-coated FeNi alloy/PDMS nanocomposites toward a multifunctional high-performance electromagnetic absorber

Designing high-performance microwave absorption materials through co-doping strategy: Experimental and theoretical insights

The Co/CoNi sequential configurations based on transparent basalt substrates toward excellent microwave absorption

Cut-wire metasurface embedded in magnetic mediums for ultra-wideband polarization-insensitive absorber with environmental adaptability

Metamaterial Absorbers with Archimedean Tiling Structures: Toward Response and Absorption of Multiband Electromagnetic Waves

Novel Local-Chiral Metamaterial: Effective Modulation of Amplitude & Phase for Wideband Polarization-Insensitive Absorption

Multi-dimensional nano-microstructures design of MOF-derived CoSe2@ N–C composites toward excellent microwave absorption

Boosting Conductive Loss and Magnetic Coupling Based on “Size Modulation Engineering” toward Lower‐Frequency Microwave Absorption

Yuping Duan Information

University

Dalian University of Technology

Position

___

Citations(all)

6633

Citations(since 2020)

4357

Cited By

3597

hIndex(all)

46

hIndex(since 2020)

37

i10Index(all)

130

i10Index(since 2020)

108

Email

University Profile Page

Dalian University of Technology

Yuping Duan Skills & Research Interests

Microwave absorbing materials

Metamaterials

Nano materials

Functional materials

Top articles of Yuping Duan

Flexible carbon-coated FeNi alloy/PDMS nanocomposites toward a multifunctional high-performance electromagnetic absorber

Authors

Xinghao Qu,Xiyang Li,Guanglong Wei,Feirong Huang,Zhijie Li,Guimei Shi,Yuping Duan,Xuefeng Zhang,Xinglong Dong

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2024/2/13

The increasing prevalence of electromagnetic wave technology has raised concerns regarding electromagnetic pollution and its potential hazards. Microwave absorbing materials (MAMs) have emerged as an effective solution for capturing and dissipating electromagnetic waves. This study presents a novel approach for developing flexible microwave absorbers by dispersing carbon-coated FeNi alloy nanoparticles (FeNi@C NPs) into a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) matrix. The unique contributions lie in the mass production of (FeNi)@C NPs through the arc plasma and controlled making of (FeNi)@C/PDMS nanocomposites for practical electromagnetic wave (EMW) absorption/shielding application. Simultaneously, the formation mechanism of (FeNi)@C NPs is illustrated in detail by real-time optical emission spectroscopy. The obtained (FeNi)@C/PDMS nanocomposites show multifunctionality such as …

Designing high-performance microwave absorption materials through co-doping strategy: Experimental and theoretical insights

Authors

Lulu Song,Xiangqian Wang,Yuping Duan,Yongqiang Wang,Zhenyi Huang,Wenzhen Xia

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/5/1

The essence of designing ideal absorption materials is to control the electromagnetic parameters. In this work, doping strategy was adopted to regulate electromagnetic parameters. According to the experimental results and density functional theory calculations, the introduction of Co can make the charge redistribute, distortion increase, bonds length decrease, and bonds energy enhance, which can lead to the reducing of dielectric storage and raising of dielectric loss. Meanwhile, the superfine long nanowires of Co-doped MnO2 can bring abundant surface and interfaces, which improve the polarization relaxations. These changes result in the enhancement of attenuation and improvement of impedance matching feature at the same time. Therefore, the Co-doped MnO2 exhibits excellent microwave absorption performance, the minimal reflection loss is -51.03 dB and effective absorbing bandwidth can reach 7.04 …

The Co/CoNi sequential configurations based on transparent basalt substrates toward excellent microwave absorption

Authors

Jingru Di,Yuping Duan,Lan Bo,Shude Gu,Huifang Pang,Hanxiao Jia

Journal

Chemical Engineering Journal

Published Date

2024/2/1

The typical design for electromagnetic wave absorbing materials is the composites made of high dielectric components and magnetic materials, which is a single type. This article presents a unique paradigm for high microwave absorption (MA), whereby the transparent basalt substrates are evenly covered by the sequential configurations formed by the entangled Co/CoNi nano-units. The sequential nanostructure consistently displays a net-like morphology at a 5/10 min reaction for the higher Co content in CoNi, exhibiting the regular variety for complex permittivity. On the other hand, it is constructed by the spherical nano-units with a higher Ni ratio in CoNi. After 5 min of reaction, the nanospheres are arranged with the nanogaps, or they are continuously arranged on basalt after 10 min. Correspondingly, the basalt/CoNi composites exhibit unfavorable ‘mutation’ characteristics with the too-small or too-large complex …

Cut-wire metasurface embedded in magnetic mediums for ultra-wideband polarization-insensitive absorber with environmental adaptability

Authors

Jiangyong Liu,Yuping Duan,Tuo Zhang,Yanan Liu,Wei Chen,Yupeng Shi,Lingxi Huang,Huifang Pang

Journal

Journal of Materials Science & Technology

Published Date

2024/4/10

Metamaterials with artificial designability and perfect absorption provide a novel design method for the manipulation and attenuation of microwaves. However, owing to the limitations of meta-atomic resonance effect and the lossless medium, it is difficult to achieve effective microwave absorption in a broadband frequency range. Hence, an ultra-wideband metamaterial absorber (UWMA) composed of two magnetic media and a metasurface was designed, and the absorption bandwidth of 2.9 to 18 GHz for 90% absorptivity under normal incidence was achieved, covering almost the entire S, C, X, and Ku bands. Through detailed investigation of equivalent circuit, equivalent medium theory, electromagnetic field distribution and front-back interface interference, the internal physical working mechanism was clarified essentially. In addition, the multi-environment adaptabilities of the proposed absorber, including …

Metamaterial Absorbers with Archimedean Tiling Structures: Toward Response and Absorption of Multiband Electromagnetic Waves

Authors

Yuping Duan,Shude Gu,Ben Ma,Meng Wang,Wei Chen,Yupeng Shi,Jiangyong Liu

Journal

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Published Date

2024/4/9

With the continuous development of electromagnetic wave-absorbing materials, the design of artificial structures for electromagnetic absorbers based on the concept of metamaterials is becoming more abundant. However, in the design process, it is difficult to further broaden the effective absorption band due to the limitation that the traditional single-size structure responds to electromagnetic waves only in specific frequency bands. Therefore, in this paper, based on the moth-eye bionic hexagonal structure absorber with antireflection performance, an Archimedean tiling structure is designed to optimize it, and through the introduction of a variety of primitives with large differences in dimensions, a multifrequency band-response mechanism is achieved to enhance the multireflection mechanism, which can effectively broaden the absorption band and improve the wave absorption performance. Ultimately, the moth-eye …

Novel Local-Chiral Metamaterial: Effective Modulation of Amplitude & Phase for Wideband Polarization-Insensitive Absorption

Authors

Jiangyong Liu,Yuping Duan,Wei Chen,Yupeng Shi,Jingru Di,Tuo Zhang,Huifang Pang,Lingxi Huang,Jian Gong,Jiangang Wang

Journal

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Published Date

2024/1/31

Metamaterial has received widespread research in the fields of electromagnetic stealth due to its characteristics of strong resonance and flexible designability. However, a lack of a comprehensive understanding of the internal physical mechanism still imposes certain limitations on broadband absorption designs. Hence, this work proposes a new strategy for the broadening of the working frequency band of metamaterial absorbers by constructing local-chiral features to regulate the amplitude and phase information. The absorber consists of staggered cut-wire metal patterns with lumped resistors placed at the center position determined by characteristic mode analysis. Combining the modal significance, equivalent circuit, surface current, electric field distribution, and symmetry model theory, the working mechanism for wideband absorption performance has been analyzed in detail. The experimental results are in …

Multi-dimensional nano-microstructures design of MOF-derived CoSe2@ N–C composites toward excellent microwave absorption

Authors

Hanxiao Jia,Yuping Duan,Wei Chen,Jingru Di,Meng Wang

Journal

Materials Today Physics

Published Date

2024/4/1

Nano-microstructures design enabled the controlled tuning of electromagnetic parameters to obtain high-performance microwave absorption materials (MAM). Herein, Metal-Organic Frameworks-derived (MOFs-derived) CoSe2@Nitrogen-doped Carbon (CoSe2@N–C) materials with controllable nano-microstructures also exhibit tunable morphologies from dodecahedra-, cube-, fusiform-to sheet-like by adjusting the solvent and the molar ratio of cobalt/ligand. The organic frameworks are maintained by pyrolysis selenization, forming a unique CoSe2@N–C three-dimensional conduction network that broadens electron transport and electromagnetic wave multiple reflection routes, enhances conduction loss capability, and optimizes impedance matching. The confinement of ligand-derived carbon can avoid the agglomeration of CoSe2, forming rich heterogeneous interfaces within CoSe2@N–C, enhancing interfacial …

Boosting Conductive Loss and Magnetic Coupling Based on “Size Modulation Engineering” toward Lower‐Frequency Microwave Absorption

Authors

Yuan Guo,Yuping Duan,Xiaoji Liu,Hao Zhang,Tingkang Yuan,Ningxuan Wen,Chengwei Li,Huifang Pan,Zeng Fan,Lujun Pan

Journal

Small

Published Date

2023/12/2

The rational design of absorber size is a promising strategy for obtaining excellent electromagnetic wave (EMW) absorption performance. However, achieving controllable tuning of the material size through simple methods is challenging and the associated EMW attenuation mechanisms are still unclear. In this study, the sizes of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are successfully tailored by changing the growth time and the molar ratio of iron (Fe)/organic ligands. The lateral and vertical lengths of MOFs vary in the range of 200 nm to 2 µm and 100 nm to 1 µm, respectively. Both experiments and simulations confirm that the decrease of MOF size favors the formation of more conductive networks, which is beneficial for improving the conductivity loss. Meanwhile, the micromagnetic simulation reveals that the magnetic coupling can be effectively enhanced by the decrease of MOF size, which is conducive to the …

Thermally-driven contraction asymmetric yolk-shell MnSe@ C microsphere with boosted dielectric behaviors and microwave absorption

Authors

Hanxiao Jia,Yuping Duan,Chenxu Dou,Likun Niu,Naibo Wu,Meng Wang

Journal

Journal of Materials Science & Technology

Published Date

2024/6/1

The conventional selective template etching method to fabricate yolk-shell microwave absorbers is inconvenient and inefficient, so the thermally-driven contraction strategy was used to prepare asymmetric yolk-shell MnSe@C microsphere microwave absorbers via self-template directed transformation. The self-templated oriented transformation enables compositional customization and enhances the template utilization. The confinement effect of the carbon shell is crucial for realizing the thermally-driven contraction strategy and contributes to the strong conduction loss to MnSe@C. On the other hand, the enhanced polarization loss benefits from the abundant heterogeneous interfaces and defects in the asymmetric yolk-shell MnSe@C microspheres. The rich cavities in the yolk-shell structure not only facilitate optimal impedance matching, but also promote the enhancement of multiple reflection loss (RL). As a result …

Layered metamaterials with Sierpinski triangular fractal metasurface: Compatible stealth for S-band radar and infrared

Authors

Yuping Duan,Meng Wang,Wei Chen,Lingxi Huang,Hanxiao Jia,Jiangyong Liu,Huifang Pang,Yupeng Shi,Jian Gong,Jiangang Wang

Journal

Materials Today Physics

Published Date

2023/11/1

Due to the completely opposite stealth mechanisms of radar and infrared waves, and the limitation of the Planck–Rozanov limit, compatible stealth of S-band radar and infrared is extremely difficult to realize at thin thicknesses. In order to solve the problem, a layered metamaterial consisting of infrared stealth layer (IRSL) with aluminum foil and radar stealth layer (RASL) with carbonyl iron powder is designed. The excellent infrared stealth performance (infrared emissivity < 0.3) is achieved because of the low infrared emissivity aluminum foil and reasonable area design. Meanwhile, the Sierpinski triangular fractal structure of IRSL not only serves to reduce the reflection of radar waves, but also introduces the electromagnetic double resonance mechanism of one-dimensional electric resonance and two-dimensional magnetic resonance to lose waves. Therefore, the effective absorption (RL < −10 dB) of 2.12–3.5 GHz …

Broadband asymmetric transmission in quasiperiodic-metamaterials based on high entropy alloys ribbon

Authors

Xinran Ma,Yuping Duan,Yupeng Shi,Lingxi Huang,Huifang Pang

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/6/15

The new paradigm was introduced for achieving excellent electromagnetic (EM) waves absorption through multi-layer superimposed quasiperiodic-metamaterials, which were generated in rotary high entropy alloys ribbon. With the help of asymmetry, the designed anisotropic metamaterials with excellent absorption (Reflection Loss≤− 10 dB) covered from 3.8 GHz to 18 GHz on the scale of sub-wavelength. High entropy alloys ribbon increased soft magnetic properties that design cascaded configuration metamaterials displayed distinct phase differences with increased rotation angle, which significantly focus on microwave attenuation. Meanwhile, the direction of the wave vector accompanied by rotation can realize polarized conversion, from linear polarizer to circular polarizer which is demonstrated in simulation, highly desirable in controlling EM waves and shrinking the size of traditional absorbing coating. Our …

T-ZnOw/FCIPs with vertical-orientated structure achieving temperature-stable broadband microwave absorption

Authors

Yuping Duan,Yuanyuan Fu,Yupeng Shi,Huifang Pang,Lingxi Huang

Journal

Applied Surface Science

Published Date

2023/3/15

Currently, most magnetic high-temperature microwave absorbing materials (MAMs) suffer from the problem of impedance mismatch caused by sudden increase in conductivity along with the changing temperature. Herein, the tetra-needle zinc oxide whisker (T-ZnOw) is used as a structural template to manage the spatial distribution of flake carbonyl iron powders (FCIPs), achieving temperature-stable broadband microwave absorption in the range of 30–350 °C. By adjusting the filling content of T-ZnOw makes FCIPs change from random distribution to a vertically oriented distribution. This distribution provides more stable conductive paths and facilitates low temperature-sensitivity conductance loss. At the same time it provides more transmission channels for the incidence of electromagnetic waves (EMW) and achieves excellent impedance matching. Compatibility of conductance loss and impedance matching is …

Coded meta-materials drivened by impedance-mismatch: Ultra-broadband anti-reflection and scattering field manipulation

Authors

Wei Chen,Yuping Duan,Jiangyong Liu,Tuo Zhang,Yupeng Shi,Xinran Ma,Lingxi Huang,Huifang Pang

Journal

Composites Part B: Engineering

Published Date

2023/10/1

The inability of existing electromagnetic wave absorbing materials (EAMs) to manipulate electromagnetic waves in multiple dimensions leads to the failure to satisfy the demands placed on electromagnetic (EM) defense technology by the current complex EM environment. To break this dilemma, this study focuses on the impedance properties of EAMs, conferring additional ability to disperse and deflect reflected waves by encoding EAMs with opposite phase responses in different impedance mismatch modes. Due to the synergy of both absorption and scattering mechanisms, the developed scattering metamaterial absorber exhibits excellent anti-reflection performance, with reflectivity below 0.1 in the 7.8–16.7 GHz at 2 mm thickness. Furthermore, a genetic algorithm is employed to tailor the desired scattering field to meet the stealth requirements of specific environments, allowing for the directional transmission of …

Asymmetric electric field distribution enhanced hierarchical metamaterials for radar-infrared compatible camouflage

Authors

Tuo Zhang,Yuping Duan,Jiangyong Liu,Hao Lei,Jingxuan Sun,Huifang Pang,Lingxi Huang

Journal

Journal of Materials Science & Technology

Published Date

2023/5/20

Metamaterials are widely used in electromagnetic radiation and camouflage for their flexible wavefront manipulation and polarization over a broad spectrum ranging from microwaves to optics. However, multispectral compatible camouflage faces significant challenges due to tremendous scale differences of unit cells and desired radiative properties in various spectral regimes. This study assembles a micron-scale infrared emitter, a millimeter-scale microwave absorber, and a metal reflector to propose a hierarchical metamaterial that reduces microwave scattering and reflects low-infrared waves. As a proof of concept, laser etching micro-manufactures an upper infrared shielding layer with a periodic metal pattern. At the same time, bottom square frustum metastructure composites are fabricated and optimized based on genetic algorithms. Under the normal incidence transverse electromagnetic wave with a 90° …

Thin layers of microwave absorbing metamaterials with carbon fibers and FeSi alloy ribbons to enhance the absorption properties

Authors

Lingxi Huang,Yuping Duan,Huifang Pang

Journal

EPJ Applied Metamaterials

Published Date

2023

In order to break through the bottleneck of narrow effective absorption bandwidth (reflection loss RL ≤ −10 dB) of microwave absorbing materials, herein, we fabricate the metamaterials with carbon fiber (CF) and FeSi alloy (FSA) ribbon metastructure which is distributed in the carbonyl iron powders (CIP)/polyurethane (PU) matrix. The experimental results show that the microwave absorption capacity of the matrix can be significantly enhanced by CF. Compared with the pure matrix, the effective absorption bandwidth increases from 9.4–13.44 GHz to 11–16.8 GHz when the CF is parallel to the electric field vector and the spacing between adjacent CF is 20 mm. Furthermore, the CF and FSA ribbons are arranged in the matrix as an orthogonal arrangement, and the best absorption bandwidth cover 9.76–14.46 GHz when the electric field is parallel and 9.96–14.1GHz when the electric field is vertical when the …

Heating induced self-assemble pomegranate-like Fe3C@ Graphite magnetic microspheres on amorphous carbon for high-performance microwave absorption

Authors

Mengyang Liu,Lingxi Huang,Yuping Duan,Bin Gu,Jingmei Li,Huangzhao Wei,Weiyang Xue,Yukun Jiang,Chenglin Sun

Journal

Composites Part B: Engineering

Published Date

2023/7/1

Difficulty of multicomponent regulation and nanostructure design make it challenging to fabricate high-performance electromagnetic wave (EMW) absorption materials. Herein, pomegranate-like Fe3C@graphitic carbon embedded in amorphous carbon matrix (Fe3C@GC/AC) is successfully prepared through a viable heating induced self-assembly strategy. By adjusting carbonization temperature, controllable electromagnetic parameters and impedance matching characteristics of Fe3C@GC/AC nanocomposites could be acquired. Besides, dielectric loss and magnetic loss are offered by GC and Fe3C, while the amorphous carbon not only disperse Fe3C@GC nanoparticles well, but also strengthens interface polarization. The detailed analysis show that Fe3C@GC/AC nanocomposites exhibit excellent EMW absorption performance under the combined function of unique pomegranate-like nanostructure and …

Impedance mismatch derived coded absorbing materials: for ultra-broadband anti-reflection and scattering field tailored on demand

Authors

Wei Chen,Yuping Duan,Jiangyong Liu,Tuo Zhang,Yupeng Shi,Xinran Ma,Lingxi Huang,Huifang Pang

Published Date

2023/4/21

The inability of existing electromagnetic wave absorbing materials (EAMs) to manipulate electromagnetic waves in multiple dimensions leads to the failure to satisfy the demands placed on electromagnetic (EM) defense technology by the current complex EM environment. To break this dilemma, this study focuses on the impedance properties of EAMs, conferring additional ability to disperse and deflect reflected waves by encoding EAMs with opposite phase responses in different impedance mismatch modes. Due to the synergy of both absorption and scattering mechanisms, the developed scattering metasurface absorber exhibits excellent anti-reflection performance, with reflectivity below 0.1 in the 7.8-16.7 GHz at 2 mm thickness. Furthermore, a genetic algorithm is employed to tailor the desired scattering field to meet the stealth requirements of specific environments, allowing for the directional transmission of EM energy in the one-dimensional or homogeneous distribution in the three-dimensional. The proposed scattering metasurface absorber constructed by coded EAMs exhibited excellent anti-reflection properties and environmental stealth adaptability, opening up new possibilities for the development of advanced EM defense technology.

Tailoring of electromagnetic properties of arc-produced carbon-coated FeNi alloy nanocapsules for highly efficient microwave absorption

Authors

Xinghao Qu,Muhammad Javid,Xiyang Li,Feirong Huang,Pu Li,Yuping Duan,Zhidong Zhang,Xuefeng Zhang,Xinglong Dong

Journal

Diamond and Related Materials

Published Date

2023/12/1

Due to the growing harm of electromagnetic radiation, it is extremely urgent to develop high-efficiency microwave absorbers with tunable electromagnetic properties. Herein, a simple strategy for synthesizing hetero-atoms (sulfur) doped carbon-coated FeNi alloy nanocapsules (FeNi@C(Sx) NCs) by DC arc-discharge plasma was demonstrated. The hetero-interface between the FeNi alloy core and the graphitic shell induce interfacial polarization was found. Meantime, many defects produced by substitutional sulfur atoms in the graphitic shell facilitated dipole polarization and conduction loss. Besides, the multiple magnetic resonance produced by FeNi magnetic alloys worked together to optimize impedance matching. The excellent microwave absorption performance was attributed to the core-shell structure, dipole and interface polarizations, as well as favorable impedance matching. Importantly, the first-principles …

Moth‐Eye‐Inspired Gradient Impedance Microwave Absorption Materials with Multiband Compatible Stealth Characteristic

Authors

Yuping Duan,Ben Ma,Lingxi Huang,Xinran Ma,Meng Wang

Journal

Advanced Materials Technologies

Published Date

2023/7

There is an urgent need to develop microwave absorbing materials with ultra‐broadband absorption and multiband stealth compatibility, but this is difficult to achieve due to the difficulty of perfect electromagnetic impedance matching. Therefore, inspired by the anti‐reflection moth eye model, this article prepares carbonyl iron (CIP)/polyurethane (PU) absorbing materials into three biomimetic structures of cylinder, circular cone, and semi‐ellipsoid structures to optimize the absorption performance, which realizes the effective absorption of 5.13–18 GHz. The simulation models proved that the biomimetic structures can improve the anti‐reflection performance by building gradient impedance inside the materials. Finally, under the synergistic action of multiple reflection and gradient impedance mechanisms, the effective absorption bandwidth (EAB) of the semi‐ellipsoid moth eye biomimetic structure material with a total …

In situ construction of complex spinel ferrimagnet in multi-elemental alloy for modulating natural resonance and highly efficient electromagnetic absorption

Authors

Xiaoji Liu,Yuping Duan,Yuan Guo,Zerui Li,Jiabin Ma,Jingru Di,Tongmin Wang

Journal

Chemical Engineering Journal

Published Date

2023/4/15

The contradiction between the demand for highly efficient low-frequency electromagnetic wave (EMW) absorption materials and the relatively poor permeability of existing absorbers has become increasingly prominent. However, the intrinsic natural resonance in magnetic material hinders the modulation and enhancement of permeability. Herein, (FeCoNiCu)xCr3−xO4 complex spinel ferrimagnets (CSFMs) are constructed in situ in multi-elemental alloy powders (MEAs) for the first time, via annealing treatment. The microstructure and composition of the CSFMs are regulated by adjusting the annealing temperature, aiming to modulate the natural resonance frequency and achieve highly efficient megahertz (MHz) electromagnetic absorption. Simultaneously, annealing treatment improves the crystal integrity, which is conducive to enhancing intergranular magnetic coupling to elevate permeability temperature stability …

See List of Professors in Yuping Duan University(Dalian University of Technology)

Yuping Duan FAQs

What is Yuping Duan's h-index at Dalian University of Technology?

The h-index of Yuping Duan has been 37 since 2020 and 46 in total.

What are Yuping Duan's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Flexible carbon-coated FeNi alloy/PDMS nanocomposites toward a multifunctional high-performance electromagnetic absorber

Designing high-performance microwave absorption materials through co-doping strategy: Experimental and theoretical insights

The Co/CoNi sequential configurations based on transparent basalt substrates toward excellent microwave absorption

Cut-wire metasurface embedded in magnetic mediums for ultra-wideband polarization-insensitive absorber with environmental adaptability

Metamaterial Absorbers with Archimedean Tiling Structures: Toward Response and Absorption of Multiband Electromagnetic Waves

Novel Local-Chiral Metamaterial: Effective Modulation of Amplitude & Phase for Wideband Polarization-Insensitive Absorption

Multi-dimensional nano-microstructures design of MOF-derived CoSe2@ N–C composites toward excellent microwave absorption

Boosting Conductive Loss and Magnetic Coupling Based on “Size Modulation Engineering” toward Lower‐Frequency Microwave Absorption

...

are the top articles of Yuping Duan at Dalian University of Technology.

What are Yuping Duan's research interests?

The research interests of Yuping Duan are: Microwave absorbing materials, Metamaterials, Nano materials, Functional materials

What is Yuping Duan's total number of citations?

Yuping Duan has 6,633 citations in total.

    academic-engine

    Useful Links