The bridge used to measure the dielectric loss of an insulator is
Right Answer is:
The Schering bridge is used for the measurement of the properties of insulators, capacitor bushings insulating oil, Dielectric losses, and other insulating material.
The loss factor is given as
R1 = R3C4/C2
Dissipation factor/Dielectric loss
C1 = C2R4/R3
It is suitable for small capacitances and is usually supplied from a high frequency or a high voltage source.
The Anderson’s bridge gives an accurate measurement of the self-inductance of the circuit.
Wien’s bridge is used for the precision measurement of capacitance in terms of resistance and frequency. It is also used to measure audio frequencies.