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Dielectric constant, power factor and resistivity of rubber and gutta-percha

Curtis, Harvey Lincoln

Dielectric constant, power factor and resistivity of rubber and gutta-percha

by Curtis, Harvey Lincoln

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rubber,
  • Gutta-percha

  • Edition Notes

    Running title: Electrical properties of rubber

    Other titlesElectrical properties of rubber
    Statementby H.L. Curtis, Senior Physicist [and] A.T. McPherson, Associate Chemist, Bureau of Standards. October 23, 1925 ..
    Series[United States] Bureau of Standards. Technologic papers -- no. 299
    ContributionsMcPherson, Archibald Turner, 1895- joint author
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., p. 669-722 incl. illus., tables, diagrs.
    Number of Pages722
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15471360M
    LC Control Number25027486

    The dielectric constant epsilon and the conductivity are two independent parameters of an electrical material. The dielectric constant is due to polarization of immobile charges in materials which. Such cables require protective covering like lead sheath because this insulating material is hygroscopic. Its dielectric strength is 4 kV/mm and its dielectric constant is to Such cables do not require sealing. Material # 8. Gutta-Percha: It is similar to rubber but it becomes soft at about 65°C.

    values of the dielectric constant (approximately less than 20), there is a lot of change of the reflection coefficient for a small change of the dielectric constant. In this range dielectric constant measurement using the reflection coefficient will be more sensitive and hence precise. Conversely, for high. D Test Method for Dissipation Factor (or Power Factor) and Relative Permittivity (Dielectric Constant) of Electrical Insulating Liquids. D Test Method for Acid and Base Number by Color-Indicator Titration. D Test Method for Specific Resistance (Resistivity) of .

    The Dielectric Constant, or permittivity - ε - is a dimensionless constant that indicates how easy a material can be polarized by imposition of an electric field on an insulating material. The constant is. the ratio between the actual material ability to carry an alternating . dielectric constants of less than 3. Power Factor (alternating current) The power factor is a measure of the energy absorbed by the material as the alternating current constantly changes direction and the dipoles try to align themselves with the field. As the dipoles.


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Dielectric constant, power factor and resistivity of rubber and gutta-percha by Curtis, Harvey Lincoln Download PDF EPUB FB2

Suitabilityofrubber,rubbercompounds,andgutta-perchaforsub- marine-cable hasconsisted in the measurement of the dielectric constant, power factor, and resistivity on specimens which. Dielectric Constant, Power Factor, and Resistivity of Rubber and Gutta-Percha: Technological Papers of the Bureau of Standards, No.

[Curtis, H. L., McPherson, A. T., Department of Commerce, National Bureau] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dielectric Constant, Power Factor, and Resistivity of Rubber and Gutta-Percha: Technological Papers of Author: H. Curtis, A. McPherson.

The dielectric constant of dried gutta-percha ranges from to Resistivity of dried gutta-percha ranges from 25 x 10 14 to x 10 14 ohm-cm. Since aboutpolyethylene has supplanted gutta-percha as an electrical insulator. [citation needed] Other. Dielectric constant, power factor and resistivity of rubber and gutta-percha / By Harvey Lincoln Curtis, joint author.

Archibald Turner McPherson and United States. National Bureau of Standards. Technologic Papers. Abstract. Issued as part of Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, Vol Thedielectricconstant,powerfactor,andresistivityofanumber of samples of rubber and gutta-percha whichwere stored under water have beenobservedover a period of aboutseven years.

Dissipation Factor (or Power Factor)— This is a measure of the dielectric losses in an electrical insulating liquid when used in an alternating electric field and of the energy dissipated as heat. A low dissipation factor or power factor indicates low ac dielectric losses.

Dissipation factor or power factor may be useful as a means of quality control, and as an indication of changes in. Values presented here are relative dielectric constants (relative permittivities). As indicated by e r = for a vacuum, all values are relative to a vacuum. Multiply by ε 0 = x F/m (permittivity of free space) to obtain absolute power factor and resistivity of rubber and gutta-percha book.

Dielectric constant is a measure of the charge retention capacity of a medium. Dielectric Constant and Power Factor The dielectric constant, or specific inductive capacity (SIC), is a measure of an insulator’s ability to store electrical energy.

The dielectric constant is the ratio of the electrical capacity of a condenser using the elastomer under test as the dielectric, to the capacity of a similar condenser using air. Poly Olefin Structure and Dielectric Behavior • 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. Material Formula Dielectric constant @1kHz Dielectric constant @1MHz Dielectric strength kV mm-1 Dissipation factor @ 1kHz Dissipation factor @ 1MHz Surface resistivity Ohm/sq Volume resistivity Ohm/cm Cellulose Acetate CA - ~5 11 - - 5 x Cellulose Acetate Butyrate CAB - 10.

The dielectric constant is related to the resistivity by the equation log R 10 K = 23 − 2 ε 1 K i.e. the electrical resistance of polymers decreases exponentially with increasing dielectric constant.

As suggested earlier, with the incorporation of chitosan, the polarity of the system increases. A number of samples of rubber and gutta-percha were stored under water for about seven years and electrical measurements made on them periodically to determine the effect of aging on the resistivity, dielectric constant, and power factor.

The dielectric constant was measured under three different conditions, namely, 60 cycles alternating. We measured the relative dielectric constant and dielectric loss of three coal samples under conditions of 0–80 °C and – MHz using the ultra-wideband dielectric spectrum. The behavior of resistivity and dielectric constant described in the preceding sections seems to be intimately associated with the presence of water in the cores.

As a further check on this, measurements of dielectric constant and resistivity were made on the same group of cores after their fluid contents ^had been removed. Insulating Oil Resistivity Meter,Dielectric Constant Test,Tan-Delta Dissipation Factor Oil Test Set: code is ; box with foam inside, fumigation,not influence the delivery; rd of CE ISO IEC.

be delivered by air,ship and express. PCS/1*20'ft Port. James G. Speight PhD, DSc, in Handbook of Industrial Hydrocarbon Processes, Electrical properties. Resistivity of a material is the resistance that a material presents to the flow of electrical charge.

Dielectric strength is the voltage that an insulating material can withstand before breakdown occurs. It usually depends on the thickness of the material and on the method and.

Undersimilarcircumstances,thepowerfactorincreasedfromXforthe rubberalone to a maximum of X10 -3for the compound containing percentsulphur; it thendecreased to about X 10~ 3 at 20percent sulphur, and.

Various factors such as dielectric strength plus volume and surface resistivity are crucial to gauge the nature of the polymer material, specifically regarding its efficiency and conductivity. Electrical Properties Testing Capabilities for Polymers include: Dielectric Constant/Dissipation Factor.

↑ Curtis, H.L. Dielectric Constant, Power Factor and Resistivity of Rubber and Gutta_Percha (PDF) (Report). United States N.I.S.T. ↑ Green, Michael S. Politics and America in Crisis: The Coming of the Civil War. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

ISBN – via Google Books. Dielectric Constant (DC) and Dissipation Factor (DF) ASTM D, IEC Dielectric Constant is used to determine the ability of an insulator to store electrical energy. The dielectric constant is the ratio of the capacitance induced by two metallic plates with an insulator between them to the capacitance of the same plates with air or a.

Power factor indicates the dielectric loss of oil and, thus, its dielectric heating. The power factor test is widely used as an acceptance and preventive maintenance test for insulating oil.

Oil power factor testing in the field is usually done with the Doble type MH or M2H test set in conjunction with power factor .Resistivity or conductivity may be used to predict, indirectly, the low-frequency dielectric breakdown and dissi-pation factor properties of some materials.

Resistivity or conductivity is often used as an indirect measure of: moisture content, degree of cure, mechanical continuity, or deterioration of.

The Relationship Between Loss, Conductivity, and Dielectric Constant General Expressions The question has been asked how loss, conductivity, and dielectric constant are interrelated. Answering this question requires a fairly extensive review of basic electromagnetics.

First, assume that one has a piece of arbitrary material. This material is.