depolarization factor

depolarization factor

[dē‚pō·lə·rə′zā·shən ‚fak·tər]
(electricity)
The ratio of the internal electric field induced by the charges on the surface of a dielectric when an external field is applied to the polarization of the dielectric.
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3] = 1) is the depolarization factor, and f(x) is the space-dependent filling factor function.
In particular, besides the function profiles (22)-(23) and the Maxwell-Garnet and Bruggeman model, the depolarization factor sets [N.
The first test case regards the pulse propagation inside a dispersive medium described by the Maxwell-Garnet model, the linear filling factor function, and the depolarization factor [N.
The Maxwell-Garnet model and the depolarization factor [N.
The forth test case regards the pulse propagation inside a dispersive medium modeled by the depolarization factor sets [N.
infinity],m] = 2, and the depolarization factor [N.
The depolarization factor in the x-direction for an ellipsoid with the semi-axis aligned with cartesian-axis is
where the depolarization factors are for an ellipsoid aligned with one axis.
Sihvola [21] presented the depolarization factors for anisotropic metamaterials.
The other nine DOFs are depolarization factors that describe how different states of polarization are depolarized.
Metamaterials and depolarization factors," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
In modeling the fiber-polymer composites, formulations are used that allow for multiple constituents of spheroidal shapes with depolarization factors L.