By André Moliton
This publication provides functional and suitable technological information regarding electromagnetic homes of fabrics and their functions. it really is geared toward senior undergraduate and graduate scholars in fabrics technology and is the manufactured from decades of training simple and utilized electromagnetism. subject matters variety from the spectroscopy and characterization of dielectrics, to non-linear results, to ion-beam purposes in fabrics.
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NA and NB denote the populations of electrons per unit volume at A and B. G a. Write the condition for equilibrium for the system subject to E . G b. Determine NA and NB at the equilibrium in the presence of E ; the results will be expressed as a function of N. G 3. From which, determine the expression for the polarization ( P ) in the potential well model studied above. Give an equation for the dielectric susceptibility under a weak field. Answers to problem 1 1. a. 19, the electron observes a potential barrier denoted as UA or UB depending on if it is at A or B, respectively.
ZW , we have: 1 j tan ) D . 1 tan ²) D 1 cos ² ) , we directly obtain: § cos ) jsin ) · ¨ ¸ cos ) © ¹ 1/ 2 D >1 tan ²)@ D 1 tan ²) exp( jD) ) D/2 1 tan ²) By identification of the real and imaginary parts, we obtain: H ' Hf Hs H f cosD ) cos D) and H '' Hs H f cosD ) sin D) . D/2 exp( jD) ) cosD ). 32 Applied electromagnetism and materials dH '' 2. We have dH '' dH '' d) dH ' d) dH ' d) . D cosD 1 ) sin ) º , ¬« ¼» E from which : dH '' ED ª cosD 1 ) º ª¬ cos D 1 ) º¼ . D cosD 1 ) sin ) º «¬ »¼ from which : dH ' d) ED ª cosD 1 ) º ª¬sin D 1 ) º¼ .
3. In the representation given by H’’ = f(H’), to which limit does the preceding dH '' ) tend toward at high frequencies ( Z o f )? equation ( dH ' 4. Under these conditions, what does D represent with respect to the plot of H’’ = f(H’)? Give a schematic representation. Answers to problem 3 D 1. By multiplying the top and bottom by 1 jZW , the analytical form proposed can be written as: By making tan ) H Hf Hs H f With 1 tan ²) H Hf Hs H f 1 jZW D 1 Z² W² D H Hf Hs H f . ZW , we have: 1 j tan ) D .
Applied Electromagnetism and Materials by André Moliton