cold emission

cold emission

[′kōld i′mish·ən]
(electronics)
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For this purpose, original emission factors represented as absolute emissions [g] per cold cycle were transformed to average cold emission factors [g x km-1] within cold distance.
Therefore, cold emissions are playing a very important role and their contribution to the total emissions could not be neglected.
In case of naphthalene, the methodology applied is different and is not presented in Table 1 since the hot and cold emissions are calculated simultaneously and cannot be distinguished.
The contribution of cold emissions to the total emissions estimated in the study area at typical summer and winter days is presented in Fig.
so called cold emission in contrast to thermal emission of vacuum) and uses cathodoluminescent light emission similar to that of a CRT or television.