In this paper, Fractional Order Elements (FOEs), fabricated by using a carbon black nano structured dielectrics, are presented. FOEs have been realized by varying different fabrication parameters such as the percentage of carbon black, the curing temperature, and the solvent type. Results on the experimental frequency characterization of one FOE device are given. The FOE has been, then, used for demonstrating the possibility of realizing a fractional order RC filter. The frequency analysis of the RC filter shows the coherence of the fractional order between the FOE and corresponding RC circuit.

Carbon Black based capacitive Fractional Order Element towards a new electronic device

Buscarino, A.
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Caponetto, R.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Di Pasquale, G.
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Fortuna, L.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Graziani, S.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Pollicino, A.
Membro del Collaboration Group
2018-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, Fractional Order Elements (FOEs), fabricated by using a carbon black nano structured dielectrics, are presented. FOEs have been realized by varying different fabrication parameters such as the percentage of carbon black, the curing temperature, and the solvent type. Results on the experimental frequency characterization of one FOE device are given. The FOE has been, then, used for demonstrating the possibility of realizing a fractional order RC filter. The frequency analysis of the RC filter shows the coherence of the fractional order between the FOE and corresponding RC circuit.
Fractional order element; Model identification; Nano structured dielectrics; Non integer order filters; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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