Azadeh Soroudi

Researcher at Applied Chemistry

Azadeh Soroudi is a post-doc researcher in the Müller group, with major interests within polymer processing, formulating, and nanocomposites. Her current research mainly focuses on development of new electrically insulating polymer-based material for next generation of high voltage direct cable systems (HVDC). HVDC is an important part of future power grids that seamlessly interconnects the renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy. The goal of the project is to improve the current technical and operational limitations of insulating layer in HVDC cables, through introduction of alternative or novel polymeric compounds.

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Invariant electrical conductivity upon thermal ageing of a crosslinked copolymer blend for high voltage insulation

Sarath Kumara, Amir Masoud Pourrahimi, Azadeh Soroudi et al
Journal article

Highly insulating thermoplastic nanocomposites based on a polyolefin ternary blend for high-voltage direct current power cables

Azadeh Soroudi, Yingwei Ouyang, Fritjof Nilsson et al
Nanoscale. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Highly insulating thermoplastic blends comprising a styrenic copolymer for direct-current power cable insulation

Yingwei Ouyang, Amir Masoud Pourrahimi, Ida Östergren et al
High Voltage. Vol. 7 (2), p. 251-259
Journal article

Melt Spun Electro-Conductive Polymer Composite Fibers

Azadeh Soroudi
Doctoral thesis

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