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Static electricity


As per available reports about 2 National symposiums 3 Open access articles are presently dedicated exclusively to Static electricity.

Static electricity is an electric charge built up on persons or objects through friction. It is most familiar as an occasional annoyance in seasons of low humidity, but can be destructive and harmful in some situations. When working in direct contact with integrated circuit electronics, or in the presence of flammable gas, care must be taken to avoid accumulating and discharging static electricity. Static electricity is electricity that does not flow in a current. Static electricity generated by rubbing two nonmagnetic objects together. The friction between the two objects generates attraction because the substance with an excess of electrons transfers them to the positively-charged substance. Usually, substances that don't conduct current electricity (insulators) are good at holding a charge. These substances may include rubber, plastic, glass or pitch. The electrons that are transferred are stored on the surface of an object.

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Importance and Scope

Materials Causing Charges are created by putting certain materials together and then pulling them apart causes excess electrical charges to be created on their surfaces. This can be done by pushing them together and pulling them apart or by rubbing the materials together, which is the main way it is created. Excess Of Charges
Most matter is electrically neutral. That means its atoms and molecules have the same number of electrons as protons. If a material somehow obtains extra electrons and attaches them to the atom's outer orbits or shells, that material has a negative ( - ) charge. Likewise, if a material loses electrons, it has an excess of positive (+) charges. The electric field from the excess of charges then causes the electric effects of attraction, repulsion or a spark (lightning). Stealing Electrons
According to Solar System Model (or Bohr Model) of the atom, electrons are in orbits or shells around the nucleus. A maximum number of electrons are allowed in each orbit. Forces in each atom seek to reach that maximum number, such that if an element is just one electron short of the maximum amount in its outer orbit, it would try to "steal" an electron from another element that may be just starting its outer orbit. This is the basis of chemical reactions. Adhesive Molecular Force
An electric charge will also tend to hold two different materials together. In that situation, the force is called the adhesive molecular force. When different materials are pressed together and then pulled apart, the adhesive molecular force pulls electrons from material unto the other. This creates the phenomenon known as "static electricity".

List of Best International Conferences

1. Lightning and Static Electricity, September 9-11, 2016, Sousse, Tunisia
2. Electric Field Assisted Sintering and Related Phenomena Far From Equilibrium Conference, March 6-11, 2016, Tomar, Portugal
3. Power Electronics and Power Engineering Conference, January 28-29, 2016, Dubai, UAE
4. International Microwave Conference, May 22-24, 2016, Yokohama, Japan

Relevant Society and Associations

1. IEEE
2. EUREL
3. The power engineering society
4. IAENG Society of Electrical Engineering
5. Electric Energy Society of Australia
6. IEEE Power & Energy Society
7. Society of Power Engineers in Romania (SIER)
8. IEA – Electricity

Companies

1. Amerada
2. Atlantic Electric and Gas
3. Basic Power
4. Cambridge Gas and Electricity
5. Countrywide Energy
6. E.ON Energy
7. Ecotricity
8. EDF Energy
9. Equipower (EBICo)
10. Good Energy
11. Green Energy UK
12. Lloyds TSB
13. London Energy
14. Npower
15. Sainsburys Energy
16. Scottish Hydro Electric
17. ScottishPower
18. Seeboard Energy
19. Southern Electric
20. Swalec
21. SWEB Energy
22. uSwitch
23. Utilita
24. Utility Warehouse
25. Virgin Energy
26. ZEST4

 

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