Conductivity of a Heterogeneous Medium under Impulse and Alternating Current
Even a preliminary theoretical study allows to assume, with a considerable likelihood, that the use of impulse electric current has certain advantages in applications over other types of electric action. This is due to both the diminishing of the role of dissipative processes (in particular, heat conducting losses) and to the fact that the concentration of energy release in an impulse can bring about the realization of a more effective mechanism for the conductivity change in a medium at the micro level.
KeywordsElectric Treatment Specific Electric Conductivity Impulse Current Heat Conducting Loss Average Electric Conductivity
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