Development of Software for Dielectric Analysis

Lim, Long Hsiang (2002) Development of Software for Dielectric Analysis. Masters thesis, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

A software was developed using Visual Basic 6.0 for the study and analyzing of the experimental data for the dielectric laboratory. For this purpose, a numerical computation of Kramers-Kronig relations, fitting various dielectric functions and plotting dielectric graphical representations were created and was found to achieve high level of accuracy when compared with the simple non-interacting Debye model. The software was used to analyze the experimental data of rose extract diluted in water. The experimental data of rose extract diluted in water shows that the polarisation consists of two different mechanisms, represented by a characteristic loss peak and a strong low frequency dispersion. The mechanisms were in consistent with the Kramers-Kronig relations and equivalent circuits were proposed for the material under study.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subject:Dielectrics
Subject:Computer software - Development
Chairman Supervisor:Zainul Abidin Hassan, PhD
Call Number:FSAS 2002 30
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
ID Code:9490
Deposited By: Muizzudin Kaspol
Deposited On:10 Feb 2011 04:49
Last Modified:01 Oct 2013 01:26

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