What is Parallel plate: Definition and 275 Discussions
A parallel-plate fluid flow chamber is a benchtop (in vitro) model that simulates fluid shear stresses on various cell types exposed to dynamic fluid flow in their natural, physiological environment. The metabolic response of cells in vitro is associated with the wall shear stress.
A typical parallel-plate flow chamber consists of a polycarbonate distributor, a silicon gasket, and a glass coverslip. The distributor, forming one side of the parallel-plate flow chamber, includes inlet port, outlet port, and a vacuum slot. The thickness of the gasket determines the height of the flow path. The glass coverslip forms another side of the parallel-plate flow chamber and can be coated with extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins, vascular cells, or biomaterials of interest. A vacuum forms a seal to hold these three parts and ensures a uniform channel height.Typically, the fluid enters one side of the chamber and leaves from an opposite side. The upper plate is usually transparent while the bottom is a prepared surface on which the cells have been cultured for a predetermined period. Cell behavior is viewed with either transmitted or reflective light microscope.
a) if I take a Gaussian cylindrical surface whose circular area are present in the meat of the two plates of the capacitor, then the electric flux through this Gaussian surface is zero ( as the electric field inside the meatof the capacitor is zero and between the capacitors, electric field is...
Because of the plate P, the capacitor becomes a piece of conductor. It contains zero net charge and has 0 potential difference. Hence, the capacitance is ## \frac 0 0 # # that is undefined.
The capacitance of a capacitor is defined as its capacity to store charge when a potential difference is...
The Imgur Link of the Problem with the figure - Problem Link. I did not paste it here as the post upload quality seemed heavily pixelated for some reason.
For this problem, what I did was to divide the waveguide into 2 sections of distinct permabilities to calculate the cutoff frequency. Since...
Before I can find the force on q I must balance the charges. This problem starts of with -q and q inside the capacitor. I have added image charges on the opposite side of each plate. Would this work?
I use the following equations to understand this question/answer.
First, C = k(ε*Area)/distance = Q/V = Q/ (E*distance)
As a slab of glass is added, k increases and thus E decreases.
F=QE, as E decreases, force decreases as well. How does this relate to the 'force attracts the glass into the...
Does anyone have a reference or solution for a parallel plate capacitor in the Rindler metric? I'm particularly interested in the case where the capacitor plates are in the xz or yz planes, z being the direction of the acceleration.
The motivation is to get an idea how a transmission line...
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Sorry for the wonky mouse sketching. Teacher said that arrows must touch the plate at the other end. Is there actually such a thing or is this just preference? I thought convention was for arrow to be in the middle of the line.
Summary:: Griffiths problem 8.5
Problem 8.5 of Griffiths (in attachment)
I already solved part (a), and found the momentum in the fields to be $$\textbf{p}=Ad\mu_0 \sigma^2 v \hat{\textbf{y}}$$
In part (b), I am asked to find the total impulse imparted on the plates if the top plate starts...
This is the problem I'm working on. So far I know:
1. I am assuming the free charge density is +sigma for the top plate and -sigma for the bottom plate.
2. The electric field from the plates goes from top to bottom plate, in the negative z direction.
3. The electric field of the capacitors...
The question is partially taken from Griffith's book. I am confused about the physical meaning of momentum in fields. I have determined the solution and found that in part d the momentum crossing the x-y plane is some value in the positive z direction. I don't however understand the physical...
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A question came up in my head that I couldn't think of a way to math out.
Say I want to design a parallel plate capacitor. The equation for capacitance is quite simple:
Everything in this equation makes sense, besides for the distance. This is saying that an infinitely small length...
I've been given this question for my TMA2, I've tried looking at the learning material but it gives no information on how to calculate the gap? Does anyone have a formula for this? Or can someone point me in the right direction?
Thanks
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I have a question regarding the capacitor/resistor network as shown.
My question is simple. I realize that the instant the switch is closed, then the top plate of the capacitor must be at a potential (VA) of 5v.
However, I also realize that the instant the switch is closed, literally...
I am trying to come up with a design for a device with which to generate a rapidly pulsed proton beam (on the order of 1 pulse per ms). My thought was to apply a 10 kV potential between two parallel plates (each with a hole in their center) and inject a steady stream of hydrogen gas through the...
Suppose there exists a pair of parallel plates with a voltage between them. These plates have a certain amount of energy stored in the electric field between them (E=1/2*C*V^2). Now we fire a fast (~5,000,000 m/s) beam of protons through the plates (parallel to the electric field) such that the...
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Could you please help me with the queries below? Thanks a lot.
Question 1:
My question is about the field outside the plates of parallel plate capacitor. It is said that the field(s) between positively and negatively charged plates gets added up but the field(s) outside the plates gets...
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I have attached a problem from within the chapter of my book. I have a question regarding my highlighted part.
My question:
Is the reason they are saying E= -Q/(ε0A) because they defined the positive "s" axis to the right? and since E is pointing from right to left we say...
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An oil droplet is suspended between two horizontal parallel plates with a separation of 0.4 cm. If the potential difference of 320V is applied to the plates, determine the number of electrons transferred to/from the droplet.
Given/Known Values
mdroplet = 5.2×10-6 kg
d = 0.4...
Consider the scenario
Two parallel plates
One ion particle (mass 1, charge +1) traveling parallel to the plates through the middle. Voltage of the plates is the same.
As the ion travels between the plates the voltage on the plates ramps up, and the electric field between the plates remains...
I am having a hard time understanding the whole idea behind and the difference between disconnected vs connected parallel plate capacitor in terms of voltage and charge. How does this relate to the formula C(Q/V)=ke0A/d?
Homework Statement
Find the field at A.
Homework Equations
##\oint E\cdot dA = Q_{enclosed}/\epsilon_0##
The Attempt at a Solution
My first intuition was to do a Gaussian cylinder from A to the middle of the bottom plate. My logic is that the field inside the bottom plate is 0, so I'd have...
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The capacitor (of thickness d) is disconnected from a potential source of V and a dielectric of thickness t is inserted and it has relative permitivity Er. Find the new potential between the plates
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This is the answer : Vf = V/d(d - t + t/Er) The...
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A proton is released from rest at the positive plate of a parallel plate capacitor. It crosses the capacitor and reaches the negative plate with a speed of 50,000 m/s. What will be the final speed of an electron released from rest at the negative plate?
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Find the total amount of energy of a charge (q) initially at rest placed at the left plate of a parallel plate capacitor. The left plate is at V = 0, the right plate at V = V0 and the plates are a distance L apart.
Homework Equations
Etot = 1/2 mv2 + qφ(x).
φ(x) = Vx/L
The...
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Each plate in the figure has area a and separation d , end of battery is e find charge supplied by battery
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution . each facing plate will have half the charge supplied by battery, but I am...
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Are ALL parallel plate capacitors linear?
Homework Equations
D = permittivity * E
The Attempt at a Solution
Capacitance is linear if permittivity is constant. Is there a case where a parallel plate capacitor is not linear?
hi, I wonder that inclined plate capacitor formula is the formula in last picture I shared? I am not sure because there are not enough examples about that ?
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Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
The force between the plates is given by (1/2)QE ,where Q is the charge on the plates and E is the electric field between the plates .
Now Q = CV and E = V/d , where C is the capacitance , V is the potential difference and d is...
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Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
Assuming the current is steady,
I = JA, where J is the current density and A is the cross- sectional area
##E = J/\sigma##
Can I take ##\sigma ## uniform here ?
Energy of a parallel plate capacitor with charge Q and potential difference V can be calculated in two ways:
1)Work done in bringing charge dq from infinty to the capacitor when there is potential V= q/C on the positive plate and V= 0 on the negative plate is dW = (q/C)dq
integrrating from 0 to...
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I have an elementary doubt with the calculation of the capacitance of a capacitor of parallel plates that has a dielectric in the middle.
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Homework Equations
∫D⋅ds=Q
D=E+γP
C=Q/V
The Attempt at a Solution
Suppose the top plate has a positive charge...
How to find capacitance of parallel plate capacitor separated by conducting material with two different dielectric between
Two parallel plate of Cu(5*6*0.1)mm and distance between them is (d=2mm)
a thin Cu-plate of thickness 0.1 mm separates Mica layer & Quartz layer.
how to find capacitance?
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A proton is released from rest at the positive plate of a parallel-plate capacitor. It crosses the capacitor and reaches the negative plate with a speed of 51000 m/s .
What will be the final speed of an electron released from rest at the negative plate?
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Hi folks, this is not an actual HW question, but rather one of personal interest. I'm basically trying to understand your classic idealized parallel plate capacitor, but moving face-on through a plasma.
1. Homework Statement
We have a diffuse neutral plasma made of free protons and electrons...
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A parallel-plate capacitor is connected to a 100 V battery until it is fully charged. The distance between the plates is d and the space between the plates is filled with air (k=1.0). Then, the battery is disconnected. If the distance between the plates is increased to 3d...
HiI’ve been reading for a while and decided to ask , suppose we have a parallel plate capacitor with a distance x between the plates , in between the plates are another two plates with a dielectric so in total 4 plates. The outer two are attached to a dc supply of 12volts for example.
Now I...
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A time-varying (sinusoidal) voltage source is applied to a parallel plate capacitor of length d. Then the E field will vary according to E(t) = V(t)/d. However, this suggests that, for any given time, the E field is constant with respect to spatial coordinates. Therefore, the curl of E is...
The other day we were working on a problem which stated :
Q charge is given to the positive plate of an isolated parallel plate capacitor of 10 μF. Calculate the potential difference betweeen the plates.
Our teacher said that as the plate is isolated, Q charge will be divided between the two...
I have a problem that I have encountered during research.
The setup for this scenario is that I am placing two contacts on top of a piece of diamond. What I need to be able to do is calculate the Electric Field at a point within the diamond when I apply a voltage to the contact. The point of...
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An electron is launched at a 45∘ angle and a speed of Vo = 5.0×10^6 m/s from the positive plate of the parallel-plate capacitor towards the negative plate. The electron lands 4.0 cm away.
Homework Equations
F = ma = qE
v = d/t
s = vt -(1/2)at^2
x = 0.04 m
The Attempt...
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During a thunder storm, movement of water molecules within clouds creates friction which causes the bottom of the clouds to become negatively charged. This means that the bottom of the cloud and the ground begin to act like parallel plates. Once the electric field between the...
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A cell membrane consists of an inner and outer wall separated by a distance of approximately 10 nm. Assume that the walls act like a parallel plate capacitor, each with a charge density of 10^−5C/m^2, and the outer wall is positively charged. Although unrealistic, assume that...
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A parallel plate capacitor of area 60cm^2 and separation 3mm is charged initially at 90 micro coulomb. If the medium between the plates get slightly conducting and the plate loses charge initially at the rate of 2.5 *10^-8 C per sec then what is the magnetic field between the...
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A parallel-plate capacitor has a plate area of .3m^2 and a plate separation of .1mm. If the charge on ech plate has a magnitude of 5*10^-6C then the force exerted by one plate on the other has what magnitude
Homework Equations
Q=E Ԑ A
F=qE
The Attempt at a Solution
so to...