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By Milton N. Kraus

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The above equation is often referred to as an equation of mixtures, it has many uses particularly in the study of composite materials. 17 What properties must dielectric materials have? Name a typical dielectric material. A small engineering company, Thames Magnetic Components, has commissioned you to carry out some research into materials suitable for use in the cores of a new range of large industrial transformers that they intend to manufacture. They have asked you to summarize the essential electromagnetic properties of a suitable core 38 Engineering materials, processes and techniques material and explain how these properties differ from those used in the range of permanent magnets that make up their current product range.

The most generally useful electric property of nonmetals is their high electrical resistance. Probably, the most common applications of ceramics, apart from their structural uses, depend upon their insulating properties. Breakdown of electrical insulators occurs either along the surface or through the body of the insulator. Surface breakdown is promoted by moisture and other surface contaminants. Water absorption can be minimized by applying a glaze to the surface of a ceramic. Volume breakdown occurs at voltages high enough to accelerate individual free electrons to energies that will break the bonds holding the atoms of the material together, this causes a large number of electrons to break free at once and become charge carriers.

The term stress is used for the force per unit area. e. 1 Pa = 1 N/m2. Note that, in materials science, it is perhaps more convenient to measure stress in terms of Newtons per square millimetre (N/mm2). This unit, moreover, produces a value that is easier to appreciate, whereas the force necessary to break (for example) a steel bar one square metre in cross-section is so large as to be difficult to visualize in ordinary measurable terms. The Greek letter (sigma ) is often used to indicate stress.

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