Interim rept. no. 3,
UNIVERSITY COLL OF NORTH WALES BANGOR SCHOOL OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING SCIENC E
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The first and second reports combined showed that the composite films of PZTPVDF, prepared in our laboratories, may have a permittivity in excess of 100 for a 75 volume fraction of PZT powder introduced in the matrix of PVDF host polymer. The relative permittivity of the ceramic polymer composites were measured in the frequency range of 10Hz-65kHz and compared with the respective permittivity values of PZT and PVDF. It was also observed that the dielectric relaxation of this PZTPVDF composite conforms with that of the polymer PVDF. Present work extends above work to investigate the dielectric loss behaviour of the composite.
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Laminates and Composite Materials