Capacitors: Theory of Operation, Behavior and Safety Regulations

Capacitors: Theory of Operation, Behavior and Safety Regulations

by Kristofer N. Muller
     
 

In this book, the authors discuss the theory of operation, behavior and safety regulations of capacitors. Topics include (CCTO) ceramics as potential candidates for capacitor applications; devices, materials and mechanisms of capacitive sensors for gas and humidity detections; an overview of the leakage current mechanisms of ultra-thin gate dielectrics used in

Overview

In this book, the authors discuss the theory of operation, behavior and safety regulations of capacitors. Topics include (CCTO) ceramics as potential candidates for capacitor applications; devices, materials and mechanisms of capacitive sensors for gas and humidity detections; an overview of the leakage current mechanisms of ultra-thin gate dielectrics used in new-age capacitors and transistors; integration of capacitors into integrated circuits; and the impact of capacitor energization over the power quality of the MV distribution grid.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781624175855
Publisher:
Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/01/2013
Series:
Electrical Engineering Developments Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
Pages:
137

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