1997: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the ESA, 1997
J. M. Crowley, S. E. Law, S. Banerjee, J. Doshi, eds.
This year's meeting of the Electrostatics Society of America is being held at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. With the venue in the southeast portion of the U. S., it is appropriate that a special session be held on electrostatics as applied in the textile industry.
The Association celebrates its 25th meeting with presentations highlighting a broad spectrum of topics, both basic and applied. They establish further scientific understanding and document additional beneficial applications of electrostatic technology in biological systems, devices and processes, charging and electrical field effects, and electrokinetics.
Electrostatics in Biological Systems
- Human Body Capacitance: A Review
Electrostatic Devices and Processes
- Capacitive Position Sensor for Double-Cantilevered Micromachined Actuators
- Contactless Electrostatic Manipulation: Potentials and Problems
Electrostatics in Textiles and Polymers
- A TSC Investigation of Polymer-Polymer Contact Charging
- Method for Assessing the Electrostatic Propensity of Textile Materials and the Influence of Textile Finishes on Their Triboelectrification
- Computer Modeling and Experiment on the Electrostatic Potential Decay of Textiles
Charging and Electric Fields
- On Charging in a Blizzard
- Interactions of Multiple Electrohydrodynamic Sprays
- Experiments of Ion-Implanted Technique to Reduce the Surface Resistivity of Polyvinylchloride.
- The Near Future Potential of Charge Cluster Technology
Electrokinetics in Bulk Media
- Electrokinetic Effects Applied to Decontamination of Oil-Polluted Clay Soils
- Streaming Potential in Porous Media: Experimental Study and Image Analysis