dielectric hysteresis

dielectric hysteresis

[‚dī·ə′lek·trik hi·stə′rē·səs]
(electricity)
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Dielectric hysteresis loops were measured by the modified Sawyer-Tower method simultaneously with distant temperature control with the aid of thermal vision camera Testo-875-1.
The experiments show that for saturated dielectric hysteresis loops the increase of the electric field frequency results in a decrease of reversible polarization values, which obeys the exponential rule (Fig.
where E is the intensity of applied field, P is the polarization calculated by dielectric hysteresis loop data, U is the generator voltage, d is the sample thickness, Q is the charge, S is the sample area, I is the switching current passing during the cycle time t, f is the measurement frequency of the AC field, and V is the sample volume.