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critical region in dielectric liquids under high electric stresses.

Christopher C. W. Chiu

critical region in dielectric liquids under high electric stresses.

by Christopher C. W. Chiu

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Electrical Engineering.

SeriesD51828/84
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Open LibraryOL20905422M

  This is a molecular analogue of the ‘dielectric rise’ effect, in which a dielectric liquid is pulled towards a region of high electric field by a dielectrophoretic force 1,12,Cited by: tangential electric stresses [9,10], instabilities of planar interfaces driven by normal electric stresses [11,12], and electrojetting, which typically combines both the influence of normal and tangential electric stresses [13,14]. In the absence of a separate pumping mechanism, electric fields can be used to manipulate liquids in confined.

Energy Stored in a Dielectric. The amount of energy that can be stored in a dielectric is theoretically limited by the electric field intensity that the material can withstand. For example air under standard conditions of temperature and barometric pressure has a dielectric strength of approximately 3 million v per m. If the electric field. • Dielectric constant can be expressed for these nearly non-polar polymers by an expression of the form: e = A + B(d - da) Where, B is a constant, d is the density and da is the density at which the dielectric constant is equal to A. Dielectric constants for this equation fit a large number of data for polyethylene: e = + (d - ).

Ultrasonic speeds and thermodynamics of (benzene+an isomeric xylene) under high pressures. The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics , 13 (3), DOI: /(81) T. Hilczer. Effect of hydrostatic pressure on the electric permittivity and the density of liquid Cited by:   Fig. 1 Device schematic, mechanical, and electrical characterization. (A) Schematic of a traditional isotropic DE actuator in off and on states.(B) Schematic of a uniaxial aligned dielectric LCE actuator (DLCEA) in off and on crystal molecular alignment; the director, n, is indicated by a double-headed arrow and defines the stiffer direction of the by: 2.


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Critical region in dielectric liquids under high electric stresses by Christopher C. W. Chiu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Associated with dielectric breakdown of liquids subjected to electric field stresses of microsecond duration, and that ‘electronic’ processes are associated with breakdown for pulses of shorter duration.

It is also thought that ‘electronic’ processes are operative in those liquids for which the electron mobility is high, as in the liquid noble by: To reduce the size and weight of high voltage components, an increase in the energy density in dielectrics at high electric stress is required.

It is also unlikely that molecules of dielectric liquids, such as hydrocarbons, can be dissociated under a high field of the same order. The presence of impurities in the liquid definitely affects electronic processes, but for pure liquids, impurities alone should not be the major cause of all high-field phenomena.

86, From this, a critical energy criterion for breakdown is obtained. Comparison is made with experimental results for water, salt solutions, and the liquid noble gases and for pulse durations in the microsecond and sub-microsecond time scales.

This model serves to elucidate the dynamics of pulsed breakdown of by: Dielectric: A dielectric is a medium that can withstand high electric stress without appreciable conduction. When such stress is applied, energy in the form of an electric charge is held by the dielectric.

Most of this stored energy is recovered when the stress is removed. Castor oil is a good dielectric for high voltage energy storage capacitors. Liquids are normally used at voltage stresses at about when the equipment is continuously operated.

In the applications like high voltage bushing where the liquid only fills up the voids in the solid dielectric it can be used at stresses as high as Problem In a dielectric medium with εr =4, the electric field is given by E =xˆ(x2 +2z)+yˆx2 −zˆ(y+z) (V/m) Calculate the electrostatic energy stored in the region −1 m ≤x ≤1 m, 0 File Size: 17KB.

Analysis of Electric Stress in High Voltage Cables Containing Voids. Prashant S. Patel. M.E. Electrical (Power System), maximum stress in dielectric material occurs at the minimum value of the radius (here, x=r) [6]. So, This method divides the whole region into smallCited by: 1.

Effects of High Frequency Voltage Stress on Air Insulation and Solid Insulation page 6 All of this suggests that clearances are the leading cause of the phenomenon observed.

Since charged ions travel along the electric field lines, any change in field direction could cause the ions to collide with, or be reflected away from, the dielectric surface.

The maximum voltage applied to the insulation at the moment of breakdown is called the breakdown voltage. In order to understand the breakdown phenomenon in gases, the electrical properties of gases should be studied.

The processes by which high currents are produced in gases is essential. In region 2 (T critical us now introduce the scaling relation along the time axis, as follows from elementary Cited by: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING – Vol.

II- Dielectric Materials and Devices - Steven A. Boggs ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) In addition, dielectrics are used for electrical insulation to provide for transfer of electrical energy through electric power systems. Vacuum, gases, liquids, and solids are all used in this context.

It cannot be said with certainty which dielectric fluid has higher gas generation under electrical stress. For thermal faults many common diagnostic methods failed, but the Duval method worked.

dielectric failure (under test), n—an event that is evidenced by an increase in conductance in the dielectric under test limiting the electric field that can be sustained.

dielectric strength, n—the voltage gradient at which dielectric failure of the insulating material occurs under File Size: KB. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIT UNIVERSITY critical electric field cause liberation of electrons from the lattice atoms by collisions. If the material is subjected to high stresses the theory of elasticity does not hold good and plastic deformation is also to be considered.

This theory has been recently modified on the basis of the. Effect of Interfaces • In a composite dielectric, it is essential to maintain low dielectric losses because they normally operate at high electric stresses.

• However, even in an initially pure dielectric liquid, when used under industrial conditions for impregnating solid dielectrics, impurities arise, resulting in increased dielectric losses.

This book, Dielectric Phenomena in Solids, would appeal to the interests of many of our readers, especially those who work with piezoelectric, ferroelectric, pyroelectric, electrets, and electro-optic solid materials. Many of the materials described would be used in sensors, microphones, pulse generators, capacitors, and electro-optical devices/5(5).

A good dielectric should have low dielectric loss, high mechanical strength, should be free from gaseous inclusion, and moisture, and be resistant to thermal and chemical deterioration. Solid dielectrics have higher breakdown strength compared to liquids and Size: KB. Examples of Dielectric Problems and the Electric Susceptability Lecture 10 1 A Dielectric Filled Parallel Plate Capacitor Suppose an infinite, parallel plate capacitor filled with a dielectric of dielectric constant ǫ.

The field will be perpendicular to the plates and to the dielectric surfaces. We use Gauss’File Size: 79KB. High-voltage breakdown occurs when the electric field in a system becomes high enough to cause electron avalanches (see section ). Electric field is the potential gradient, or the rate at which the voltage changes per unit length.

It has many names: electric field strength, electric field intensity, stress, or just. ECited by: 5. partial discharge (PD) is a localized discharge within a solid or fluid dielectric system, restricted to only a part of dielectric material thus only partially bridging the electrodes, and is typically observed.

Dielectric elastomer actuators are electrically powered muscle mimetics that offer high actuation strain and high efficiency but are limited by failure caused by high electric fields and aging. Acome et al. used a liquid dielectric, rather than an elastomeric polymer, to solve a problem of catastrophic failure in dielectric elastomer actuators.

The dielectric's liquid nature allowed it to self Cited by: Polypropylene is characterized for airborne high-power applications under high-voltage, high-frequency conditions. The properties that are measured include the dielectric constant and dielectric loss (at electrical stresses of up to 40 V/ mu m) and the breakdown voltages at frequencies of up to Hz.