Insulation of rods (coils) of machines with power of more than 5 MW and voltage greater than 6 kV for the control of manufacturing technology is subjected to an additional test [4]: measurement of the dielectric

loss tangent tg[delta] of insulation, depending on the applied test voltage at normal air temperature.

EM loss capacity can be described by dielectric

loss tangent (tan [[delta].

It also increases the storage modulus, decreases the loss modulus and

loss tangent.

The geometry of the initial design is imported from a SAT file; then electrical properties of the materials, such as permittivity and dielectric

loss tangent, permeability and magnetic

loss tangent, bulk electrical conductivity, and magnetic saturation are defined.

A process described in [17] is used to find the relative permittivity and

loss tangent of various paints.

d]), dielectric constant ([epsilon]'),dielectric loss ([epsilon]"),

loss tangent (tan[delta]) and molar polarization ([P.

The depth of penetration d of microwaves into a dielectric is a function of the total dielectric

loss tangent and the vacuum wavelength [[lambda].

Since the materials[right arrow] are considered to be nonmetallic, thus a measure of the energy lost in the form of heat is called the

loss tangent (tan[delta]).

A controlled stress rheometer was used to obtain small-amplitude oscillatory shear flow measurements of the storage modulus, the loss modulus, and the

loss tangent tan delta using vane geometry.

Moisture also affects the electrical properties of a dielectric by altering its dielectric constant and

loss tangent (1).

Using proprietary substrates that feature dielectric constants between 4 and 152, and a dielectric

loss tangent as low as 0.

The product's low dielectric constant and

loss tangent are stable throughout a broad range of frequencies from 1 MHz to 40 GHz and temperatures from -55[degrees]C to +200[degrees]C.