A dynamic electrical stress (an AC voltage) is applied to the system and dielectric constant and loss tangent or loss factor
(product of dielectric constant and loss tangent) are measured as functions of cure time, cure temperature and also as functions of frequency of the applied electric field.
The joint was composed of epoxy adhesive and PP adherends having very low dielectric loss factor
The loss factor
model in particular has a fit of over 98%.
The use of conductive fillers also can raise the dielectric constant of the polymer, however as the composite becomes conductive, the loss factor
increases and the material does not operate efficiently as a high dielectric constant material.
3] (Alfa Aesar, Ward Hill, MA) was selected as the high dielectric filler with an estimated dielectric constant 600 and loss factor
Imposing a 25% full floor Loss Factor
on an inefficient floor plate translates into asking a tenant to pay rent for a lot of inefficient square feet.
versus temperature of POM, modified POM blends and POE.
7 dBm for both of the equations and the extra loss factor
Average damping loss factor
values of all carbon fiber composite panels varies from 0.
Although, they are not authorized to do so, but they are mistreating the patients and making bills which is a loss factor
for the health insurance companies.
They are non-polar and demonstrate low loss factor
, good voltage breakdown strength and high insulation resistance (low leak current) -- and are completely stable over normal temperatures, voltages and frequency ranges.
Key statement: The present invention provides a modified natural rubber that offers higher efficiency of graft polymerization or attachment of a polar group-containing compound and that possesses excellent low loss factor
, wear resistance and fracture resistance when used as a rubber composition, a rubber composition using the modified natural rubber and a tire using the rubber composition.