By Niels Jonassen (auth.)
Preface to first version 1997 This booklet has constructed from extra that forty years of labor with static electrical difficulties and nearly as lengthy a interval of educating classes on electrostatics, essentially on the Technical college of Denmark. a number of chapters of the publication are hardly ever greater than a brush-up of the final wisdom of such a lot physicists. yet with the ever expanding specialization, in state-of-the-art educating and study, little cognizance seems paid to basic and uncomplicated family. For this regrettable truth i'm thankful. it really is my desire that the publication may perhaps take the newcomer by way of the hand and in addition remind the expert of a few easy proof she can have forgotten or maybe by no means discovered. Preface to moment variation This booklet differs from the 1st variation via a number of themes being absolutely rewritten. this is often the case so far as chapters four, five, 6 and eight are involved. The history for the recent models is to a wide volume my contributions to the ESDA (ElectroStatic Discharge organization) symposia and tutorials and particularly my articles (Mr. Static) in Compliance Engineering. lots of the figures were redrawn. an enormous half has been borrowed from Compliance Engineering, and the permission to take action is gratefully acknowledged.
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The fields Ea and Ed are therefore the same in the two situations and consequently the neutralization processes will also be identical. 43) will therefore still express the rate of neutralization of the charge. y can one not use the same concepts, especiallY the concept of capacitance in the two cases? The short version of the answer is 58 Chapter 4: DECAY OF CHARGE the following. If a conductor with the capacitance C and a charge q is grounded, an energy We 2 =L will be released in a discharge, most 2C likely a spark.
And this theoretical prediction is backed by experiments where filtered air is blown against a solid surface. No charging occurs. The charging observed with ordinary compressed air is caused by liquid or solid impurities of the gas impinging on the target and is thus rather a case of dust charging. The polarity of the target charge may thus be positive or negative, depending on the nature of the target as well as of the impurities. Placing air at the top of a triboelectric list, as it is sometimes seen, makes thus no sense.
E. e. ad . 16) we find d PHPE o - X Eg. 18) where Er is the relative permittivity of the charged material. Eg. 18) expresses, for a special case, that the decay of a charge located on a semi-insulative mayerial is not only determined by the properties of the material but also by the geometry and dielectric properties of the surroundings. The course of the decay can only be predicted in very special cases like the one described above. 01 m is resting on a grounded plane) Fig. 2. The distance to other conductors is much larger than the thickness of the sample.