Computer Simulations of Electric Properties of Organic and Non-organic Compounds
In this contribution, we analyse the dielectric response of a simple RC model composed of single RC circuits (relaxors) with the exponential response. The relaxation time of a single relaxor is defined by the product of resistance and capacitance: τ = RC . We present two hypothetical algorithms of generating gaussian input function, one with fluctuation of a density decay, and the other one with normalized density. Both of them enable to obtain a different impedance response of the system. An algorithm of input function creation is crucial to generating the response of the presented model.
KeywordsRelaxation Time Electrical Impedance Tomography Impedance Tomography Impedance Response Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy
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