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The model of Zhao and Suo can be readily generalized to predict the critical breakdownelectric field of elastomers with arbitrary elastic strain energy function. An explicit expression for is presented for elastomeric thin films under biaxial strain and comparisons are made with experimental data using a two term Ogden rubberelasticity model. Simplified results for uniaxial and for equibiaxial stress provide further insight into the electromechanical stability model.
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