General Investigation of Conductivity Processes in Dielectric Liquids
The basic concepts of Electrohydrodynamics have been considered by many authors. In the first four chapters of this book there is a comprehensive review on EHD foundations. Numerous new results have been obtained recently concerning the Electrohydrodynamics on the basis of the dissociation-injection model of conductivity, and in this section we shall discuss the major conclusions of these investigations.
KeywordsCathode Surface Dielectric Liquid Isothermal Case Electric Intensity Conduction Phenomenon
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