Electrically Induced Stresses in Dielectric Fluids
The macroscopic theory of electrically induced stresses can fairly be said to be complete [1–4]. Some work has been done on the microscopic theory of such phenomena . Despite the well established nature of the basic theory of electrostrictive phenomena one still finds disagreement in the literature , as to how the basic theory should be applied. Furthermore it is not unusual to find considerable confusion as to precisely what is predicted by theory in any particular case.
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