Variable internal impedance
is a new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive test and battery-driven applications as well as solar-panel evaluation.
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a measurement technique to obtain the internal impedance
of a Li-Ion cell, which strongly depends on the internal cell temperature.
In the steady state, and at frequencies of up to 100 Hz, the internal impedance
of the human body may, in essence, be regarded as resistance [R.
Specifically, the mechanical impedance interacting with the user is comprised of the internal impedance
of the leg (i.
Self-discharge can be accelerated by high levels of impurities in the electrolyte, as well as through internal impedance
, which can be controlled by blending special additives into the electrolyte.
In - the shunt branch of UPFC, which could be considered as STATCOM, is modeled as a voltage source with internal impedance
Without loss of generalization, the source at port 1 has internal impedance
The topic is usually connected with transmission-line problems, where both the real and imaginary parts of the per unit length internal impedance
of line conductors depend on the frequency, leading to signal attenuation and distortion.
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2) RF Transistor: An adapted transistor made up of semiconductors and internal impedance
matching circuits that amplifies power for radio frequency.
This driver consists of a low internal impedance
sinusoidal voltage source and a series coil which resonates the equivalent input capacitance of the active device.
Four-frequency AC impedance measurement for measuring the stack's and cells' internal impedance