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    the resistivity/conductivity dependency on temperature and electric field [1, 44]. It is also clear that the formation of space charge within the insulation material is depended on both temperature and external applied field [15]. Therefore, the dependent conductivity has a great role on space charge and then on field distribution in DC system. Under steady state DC condition the electric…

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    easy to understand how to use AFM and Four Probe by studying the experiment. The electrical resistivity…

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    Polystyrene Heat Lab

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    What do your results tell you? Are there any relationships, patterns or trends in your results? From our [processed] results, we can conclude that the polystyrene cup served as the least effective conductor of heat, the tin mug coming in at a close second. The most effective material for heat conduction was the plastic mug. At the beginning of the tests, all of the water in the cup declined in temperature at a steady, even rate, but once one minute had passed, they had all started to cool down…

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    Heat Transfer Rate Essay

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    sink with through holes It is to be noted that because of provision of through holes, passage of air takes place via these holes and the overall effect may result in more heat transfer rate. IV. GEOMETRY The rectangular heatsinks used for electronic devices are arranged up in inline positions as shown in all the figures. According to length and number of fins, the dimensions of base on which the fins rest, is decided. However, the dimensions decided in this study is as follows: - Fig .5…

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    Introduction: Alcohols are used in everyday life and as a result they are of great interest to chemists, specifically in regards to energy output. Energy output is extremely important when it comes to classifying a compound’s uses. For example, a compound with an explosive energy output can be implemented as a fuel for cars or other vehicles. This is the very reason that accurate information about the heat and/or energy output of alcohols are in high demand in many industries. Fuels release…

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    Electrical Properties AC Conductivity, Ac Resistivity, Dielectric loss, and Dielectric constant are electrical properties and measured as a function of frequency. AC Conductivity and Resistivity AC resistance (ρac) was recorded by LCR meter model 4275 in the frequency range 1MHz to 3GHz. AC conductivity was determined by using the value of Ac resistance. As we know, Ac Conductivity is reciprocal of Ac resistance can be calculated by the relation; ac =1/ρac (6) The variation of AC…

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    Terminology and units Current Current is a flow of electrical charge carriers, usually electrons or electron-deficient atoms. The common symbol for current is the uppercase letter I. Potential difference The potential difference between two points.The units for potential difference are Joules per coulomb, or volts. (1 volt = 1 Joule/coulomb). Electrical charge Electric charge is carried by the electrons ( negative charge) and protons (positive charge) within an atom. The…

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    Introduction: In the following experiment, I am going to test whether the copper wire will have less Resistivity (ρ) than the iron wire, and/or the two copper wires connected together. Resistivity is defined as how strongly a particular material resists current, and is measured in Ohm-meters (Ω-m). Electrical resistance (R) is the opposite of the flow of electrons, or the passage of an electrical current. Electrical conductivity (σ) is the opposite of resistivity and is measured in Siemens…

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    GFCI Devices

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    Are you familiar with that little button on the outlets in your bathroom or kitchen? Has it ever popped out on you when you had a blow dryer plugged in along it a curling iron and maybe one of two more electrical items plugged in? Did you know what to do? Have you ever dropped something into water while it was plugged into an outlet in your kitchen and it again popped the little button out? If so, then the GFCI was doing what it is supposed to do. A GFCI or ground fault circuit interrupt is…

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    In this era of technology, I feel a sense of pride in being so closely associated with the field of Electrical and Electronics. Right from my school days I was inevitably enthralled by the functions of electrical and electronics equipment. By the time I was preparing for my 12th board practical examination I had quite figured out what I wanted to be or which one I would choose for something that would make me quite curious and also amaze me to a great extent that I wanted to learn more.…

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