Relative permitivity

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I am doing simulation, and i am in need of relative permitivity values of Cus, Fe2O3, silver and cobalt.


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Dave Greve Certified Consultant

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Posted: 2 months ago 4 Apr 2020, 15:21 GMT-4
  1. Coupling matrix, compliance, etc.

Usually this gets asked when users have (incorrectly) designated a linear elastic material as piezoelectric.

  1. Permittivity of metals

This is rarely needed. Maybe needed if you are modeling the penetration depth due to the skin effect on the microscopic level. Usually the right number is er = 1.

  1. Other parameters.

Not all parameters are in Comsol. When they're not, a thorough investigation of the literature is indicated.

1. Coupling matrix, compliance, etc. Usually this gets asked when users have (incorrectly) designated a linear elastic material as piezoelectric. 2. Permittivity of metals This is rarely needed. Maybe needed if you are modeling the penetration depth due to the skin effect on the microscopic level. Usually the right number is er = 1. 3. Other parameters. Not all parameters are in Comsol. When they're not, a thorough investigation of the literature is indicated.

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