Thanks. Wow. Turns out close. The way i done it was very dodgy though
\frac{\pi k \epsilon '' (\omega) V^2}{d^2}
Puttin in Ed for V:
\pi k \epsilon '' (\omega) E^2
Broke down quite nicely as the end
Oh, rite! I was thinking it was an uncharacteristically simple question.
I done that and got this:
Z_c = \frac{d(\epsilon ''(\omega) - j\epsilon '(\omega))}{\omega kA(\epsilon ''(\omega)^2 + \epsilon '(\omega)^2)}
Would the I use the absolute value of the imaginary part of that to get the...
Thanks for replying. Those websites r hard 2 make sense of but i didnt give it too long yet. Spent ages googling before i posted here and got nowhere though.
It says dielectric permittivity becomes complex when an alternating signal is applied across it. I just assumed that they're talkin...
Complex Dielectric Permittivity!!!
Homework Statement
Calculate the power dissipated per unit cycle in a dielectric medium per unit volume in terms of the dielectric loss and the strength of the electric field
The previous question was:
Why does the dielectric permittivity of a material in...