microdisk

microdisk

[′mī·krō‚disk]
(computer science)
A small floppy disk with a diameter between 3 and 4 inches (7 and 10 centimeters). Also known as microfloppy disk.
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Thin round silicon plates with prefabricated microcircuits before cutting them with a diamond microdisk into individual crystals of a given semiconductor [28]
Specific topics covered include the simulation of plans photonics resonators, (Al,Ga)N microdisk cavities and gallium arsenide disk optomechanical resonators, among others.
Regular Arrays of Microdisk Electrodes: Numerical Simulation as an Optimizing Tool to Maximize the Current Response and Minimize the Electrode Area Used.
Folman, "Single-atom detection using whispering gallery modes of microdisk resonators," Phys.
Topics addressed include photonic crystal-based resonators, pillar microcavities, crystalline WGM resonators in filtering and laser stabilization, polygonal-shaped microdisk resonators, electro-optic polymer ring resonators for millimeter-wave modulation and optical signal processing, organic micro-lasers, optical microfiber loop and coil resonators, optofluidic ring resonator biological and chemical sensors, crystalline microresonators for fabrication of a non-electronic wireless receiver with immunity to damage by electromagnetic pulses, cavity opto-mechanics, optical frquency comb generation in monolithic microresonators, bit rate limitations in single and coupled microresonators, and linear and nonlinear localization of light in optical slow-wave structures.
However, those clever people at Trekstor have solved the problem with their new Microdisk storage.
Simulation on the melt flow injected into a microdisk cavity was performed and experimental investigations were conducted to verify the simulation results.
The new MicroDisk silencers are the smallest in the company's line of disk-type exhaust silencers and target a range of equipment applications, including skid-steer loaders, asphalt payers, directional drills, light towers, aerial lifts and smaller generator sets.
The basic Lisa 2 has 512K bytes of random access memory and one microdisk drive.
Deformed wavelength-scale microdisk lasers with quantum dot emitters.
These microdisk lasers operate in what researchers call a "whispering gallery" mode, named for the way words whispered at one location near the interior wall of a circular, domed chamber can be readily overheard anywhere else along the wall.