dielectric field

dielectric field

[‚dī·ə′lek·trik ′fēld]
(electricity)
The average total electric field acting upon a molecule or group of molecules inside a dielectric. Also known as internal dielectric field.
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Many authors have studied the onset of convection in a dielectric field layer such as Roberts [2], Char and Chiang [3], Douiebe et al.
Therefore, we concluded that dielectric field mechanism has a destabilizing effect on the system.
The results of this study can be used to estimate the general heating performance of pistachios nuts in a dielectric field as a function of power level, frequency and time-temperature progression.
Polymeric matrices with dispersed inorganic nanoparticles are now a target of investigation for their importance in the dielectric field. In the dielectrics and electrical insulation field, Lewis (8) published the most important paper entitled "Nanometric Dielectrics." Since then, detailed investigation started regarding the nanometric dielectrics in 2002 (9-11).
In the scheme field values are distributed around the edges and face centers of mesh cells, but the software has always had the ability to arbitrarily slice a cell into two regions -- one dielectric field region and one metal region through the PBA[R] method.
A first for time domain software, version 4 now has the ability to arbitrarily slice a single mesh cell into three regions: two decoupled dielectric field regions and a thin metal region cutting through the cell.
This equation expresses the power as a function of the material in the dielectric field and the frequency and strength of the field.
However, higher surface forces were observed using the smaller scale atomic force microscopy (8), which may be an interesting side effect of local dielectric field rather than average field sampling.