Spectral selectivity of unbalanced magnetron sputtered TiN, TiAlN and TiAlSiN coatings: XRD, SEM and optical analyses
Rahman, M.M., Jiang, Z-T, Yin, C-Y, Ibrahim, K., Xie, Z., Zhou, Z.F., Amri, A. and Mondinos, N. (2014) Spectral selectivity of unbalanced magnetron sputtered TiN, TiAlN and TiAlSiN coatings: XRD, SEM and optical analyses. In: International Conference on Smart Materials and Surfaces (ICSMS), 26-28 August 2014, Bangkok, Thailand
The photothermal industries require high quality and highly efficient solar selective coatings for the surface of solar energy converters. An efficient selective surface has high absorptance in the visible range and low emittance in the infrared~far-infrared range of the solar spectrum. The low emittance (or high reflectance) of such coatings would significantly reduce energy loss through infrared radiation.
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