relative dielectric constant

relative dielectric constant

[′rel·əd·iv ¦dī·i′lek·trik ′kän·stənt]
(electricity)
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The test results of relative dielectric constant of nano-oil are shown in Figure 7(a).
According to the Boltzmann equation, the complex relative dielectric constant of the plasma can be expressed as [29]
The relative dielectric constant and dielectric loss of the crystal is due to the input of electronic, ionic, dipolar and space charge polarizations which depend on the frequencies.
Dimatix ink-jet materials deposition printer DMP-3000 (http://www.fujifilmusa.com) was used to print conductive silver nanoparticle ink (Suntronic Jet Silver U6503, http://www.sunchemical.com) on mechanically flexible substrate (Kapton foil, http://www.gts-flexible.co.uk), 75 [micro]m thick and with a relative dielectric constant equal to 3.2.
The cable is always there deviations from the ideal structure, which manifest in a deviation of diameters of conductors from nominal values; in the arrangement of the conductor and the insulation is not strictly coaxially and eccentrically; in elliptic (oval) core and insulation; change in relative dielectric constant and thickness of insulation on cable length force the formation of low molecular weight products (including water) in the flow at the manufacturing stage crosslinked polyethylene insulation and moisture during operation.
The company's CSM 02 system also analyses other important oil parameters, such as water saturation, temperature, viscosity and relative dielectric constant in stationary or mobile applications.
Dielectric constant and relative dielectric constant of EVA/Pani composites with respect to variation in pressure have been shown in Figs.
Sensor layer with a thickness of [g.sub.i] = 0.76 mm is filled with calcium chloride material of which relative dielectric constant [[epsilon].sub.i] depends on density.
The antenna is designed and fabricated on an h = 1.6 mm thick fiberglass polymer resin substrate with relative dielectric constant [[epsilon].sub.r] = 4.6 and loss tangent tan [delta] = 0.02.
The grain boundary will build a grain boundary potential energy barrier (Ob) which is inversely proportional to the relative dielectric constant of the dielectric material.
The relative dielectric constant of pure water is approximately 80, whilst that of the solid phase in soils ranges between 3 and 5.

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