Dielectric in Electric Fields

Dielectrics in Electric Fields is a well-organized and comprehensive view of both the
theory behind and application of dielectric materials in power equipment, industrial
equipment, and commercial appliances. At both the introductory and advanced levels, it
provides both a solid foundation of theory, fact, nomenclature, and formula, and sound
insight into the philosophies of dielectric engineering techniques and their use. Its
unifying approach, based on both physics and engineering, makes it useful as a day-today
reference as well as an excellent tutorial: the book begins with a thorough review of
the basics of dielectric and polymer science and builds upon it a comprehensive and very
broad presentation of all aspects of modern dielectric theory and engineering, including
the lastest analysis and modeling techniques.

Product Details

Hardcover: 592 pages
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (January 1, 2003)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0824708644
ISBN-13: 978-0824708641
Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.3 x 9.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Comprehensive and clear-cut, this introductory volume examines the influence of electric fields on dielectric materials - exploring their distinctive behavior through well-established principles of physics and engineering and recent literature on dielectrics.

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Series Introduction & Preface                                                 << Click Here >>                                
Ch. 1 Introductory Concepts 1                                                 << Click Here >>
Ch. 2 Polarization and Static Dielectric Constant 35               << Click Here >>
Ch. 3 Dielectric Loss and Relaxation-I 97                               << Click Here >>
Ch. 4 Dielectric Loss and Relaxation-II 161                            << Click Here >>
Ch. 5 Experimental Data (Frequency Domain) 197                 << Click Here >>
Ch. 6 Absorption and Desorption Currents 281                       << Click Here >>
Ch. 7 Field Enhanced Conduction 329                                     << Click Here >>
Ch. 8 Fundamental Aspects of Gaseous Breakdown-I 383      << Click Here >>
Ch. 9 Fundamental Aspects of Electrical Breakdown-II 439   << Click Here >>
Ch. 10 Thermally Stimulated Processes 475                            << Click Here >>
Ch. 11 Space Charge in Solids Dielectrics 515                        << Click Here >>

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