2 edition of Free-space electric field mapping of microwave diathermy applicators found in the catalog.
Free-space electric field mapping of microwave diathermy applicators
Donald M Witters
by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Services, Food and Drug Administration, Bureau of Radiological Health in Rockville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald M. Witters, Jr., Gideon Kantor, Division of Electronic Products|
|Series||DHEW publication ; no. (FDA) 78-8074, DHEW publication -- no. (FDA) 79-8074|
|Contributions||Kantor, Gideon, joint author, United States. Bureau of Radiological Health. Division of Electronic Products|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
measurement technique over a wide microwave frequency range and at room temperature. The moisture levels are those of interest to the grain industry. 2. Free-space measurements At microwave frequencies, different measurement techniques can be used. These include transmission line techniques (waveguide, coaxial and free-space), impedance and cavity. Absolute value of the measured electric field distribution at GHz, normalized to the maximum field value measured in front of the reference object/network (in the region x = mm x = mm): (a) reference object inside the waveguide, (b) reference object and Cited by:
The object is assumed to have cylindrical geometry, with the cylindrical axis directed along a direction parallel to the electric field vectors of the incident electric field (i.e., the z axis). Moreover, the dielectric properties are assumed to be independent from the z coordinate, i.e., ϵ Author: Sandra Costanzo, Giuseppe Di Massa, Matteo Pastorino, Andrea Randazzo, Antonio Borgia. Free-Space Electromagnetic Characterization of Materials for Microwave and Radar Applications Habiba Hafdallah Ouslimani, Redha Abdeddaim, and Alain Priou University Paris X, Ville d’Avray, France Abstract Characterizationof the electrical material properties εr, µrand tanδis of prime importance for all microwave and antenna design.
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Witters DM, Kantor G. An electric field mapping study is described which was designed and executed to study the performance characteristics of various prototype and currently used microwave diathermy applicators operating at by: 5. Free-space electric field mapping of microwave diathermy applicators / (Rockville, Md.: Dept.
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Bureau of Radiological Health. Donald M. Witters has written: 'Free-space electric field mapping of microwave diathermy applicators' -- subject(s): Microwave measurements, Diathermy Asked in Consumer Electronics, Verbs, Nouns.
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Title(s): Free-space electric field mapping of microwave diathermy applicators/ by Donald M. Witters, Jr., Gideon Kantor, Division of Electronic Products. Simply stated, microwave applicators are devices that are designed to heat a material by exposing it to a microwave field in a controlled environment.
The objective is to cause a controlled interaction between the microwave energy and the material to occur under safe, reliable, repeatable, and economical operating conditions. Applicators may be. DOCUMENT RESUME. SE Goldman, Lee W. Radiographic Film Processing Quality Assurance: A FDA Free-Space Electric Field Mapping of Microwave Diathermy Applicators (PB /AS, $).
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Yang, Linda P. Katehi, Fellow, IEEE, and J. Whitaker Abstract— A microwave electric-field mapping system based on electrooptic sampling has been developed using micromachined. We present a free-space microwave experimental measurement system for the non-destructive testing of composite materials.
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ε0 and μ0 are permittivity and permeability of free space, respectively. Values of ε0 and μ0 are: ε0= 10−12 [F m] and μ0=4 π 10−7 [Vs Am]. Dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability of the free space are related to each other in the File Size: 1MB. PRODYN’s AD Model electric field (D-DOT) sensors are small to medium, free-space, high frequency sensors that measure time rate of change of electric displacement.
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changing electric field. This results in less energy storage and higher rotational losses. At these frequencies the mass of the ions prevents them from responding the the changing electric field.
At even higher frequencies the water molecules no longer respond to the electric field. Permittivity usually is measured at frequencies below Hz File Size: 1MB.
Free-space measurement of dielectric properties of cereal grain and oilseed at microwave frequencies Article (PDF Available) in Measurement Science and Technology 14(5) May with Reads.
Free Space Microwave Focusing by a Negative Index Gradient Lens Article (PDF Available) in Applied Physics Letters 88(8) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.xii pv Power density Wm¡3 t Time ∆t Time step size T Temperature K wi Edge shape function assocuiated with edge i Z0 Impedance of free space Ω Zw Waveguide impedance Greek Symbols ﬂ Phase constant Γ Surface † Permitivity, †0†0 †0 Relative dielectric constant †00 Relative dipolar loss factor †⁄ Absolute permitivity † 0(†0 ¡|¾e=!†0) †0 Permittivity of free.The incident electric field generally is not uniform along the axis of the dipole antenna (z axis).
To provide spatial resolution of the field, the antenna is often made physically short and elec- trically short, Poh = 2nh/ho File Size: 1MB.