Conduction of the three-dimensional model of a composite with structural anisotropy

Balagurov, B.
August 2016
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Physics;Aug2016, Vol. 123 Issue 2, p348
Academic Journal
The electric conduction of the model of a structurally anisotropic composite that represents an isotropic matrix with disk-shaped inclusions (oblate spheroids) is analytically studied. The disks have the same orientation and their centers are randomly distributed in the composite volume. The cases of dielectric and ideally conducting inclusions are considered. The conduction of the model in a broad concentration range is described by the approximate effective medium method. Conduction in the critical region (in the vicinity of the metal-dielectric phase transition point) is studied using the similarity hypothesis.


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