electrostatic field


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electrostatic field

n
(General Physics) an electric field associated with static electric charges
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Noun1.electrostatic field - electric field associated with static electric charges
electric field - a field of force surrounding a charged particle
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Metallic and non-metallic parts for making and repairing, Making and repairing parts of glass fiber and composite materials, Compressed air painting and in the electrostatic field of metallic and non-metallic materials.
The oxide layer is used to coat the touch screen to help it hold a charge, creating an electrostatic field over the screen.
In each model considered the presence of the magnetic field acts as a stabilizer for the membrane in terms of the pull-in due to the electrostatic field.
1, 2016), "Method of Producing an Electrostatic Field Generator," Michael Paul Clements and Craig Miller (San Clemente, Calif).
One screen in each pair is supplied with a high voltage while the other is grounded, thus producing an electrostatic field across the screens.
The research will enable scientists and engineers to guantify how transparent a 2D material is to an electrostatic field.
Electrodes on the ends of the hydrogel panel apply similar voltages, which creates a uniform electrostatic field across the system.
During electrospinning, the energy of the electrostatic field causes the solution to leave the equilibrium state (if we disregard the constantly active evaporation of the solvent), i.
A common measurement method of this charge buildup is to use a static field meter to measure the electrostatic field potential at a fixed distance from the charged surface.
He hinted that the researchers are looking for industrial input and collaboration for commercialising the method as the project aims to come up with a field proven technology incorporating the novel effective electrode geometry, optimum electrostatic field configuration and separation concept for deployment as a compact inline dewatering method.
In typical tissue engineering approaches that use fibers as scaffolds, nonwoven materials are often bonded together using an electrostatic field.

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