In battery working process, the battery internal ohmic resistance
is changing, and the changing resistance can be expressed as 
The variations of oxygen sink term with respect to the PEM fuel cell ohmic resistance
is depicted in Fig.
A zero ohmic resistance
on the inner CSRR is used to perform a switch, which on/off states complete tunability between two predicted frequencies.
For example, a connector may post super high insertion ratings based on how many times two pins from the connector can be rubbed together before ohmic resistance
from fretting reaches some set parametric level, such as 100,000 insertions to reach a 0.
Similarly, the ITO/CIS structure shows ohmic resistance
after annealing in hydrogen.
At the highest frequencies, the ohmic resistance
dominates the impedance and log RW can be read from the high frequency horizontal plateau.
As a result of increasing (H/d), the ohmic resistance
of electroplated nickel surface was increased and the current value passing through cathode surface was decreased.
s]), which corresponds to the ohmic resistance
of the system.
If the voltage pulse width is very short, the erosion takes place very close to the tool (red part in Figure 1), since the ohmic resistance
of the electrolyte prevents ablation at areas further away of the tool (blue part) due to the double layer capacitor cannot be sufficiently recharged.
n] represents the ohmic resistance
of the cable length (between two consecutive junctions), [C.
Studies indicated that ohmic resistance
tended to dominate the plating process with the higher aspect ratio through holes.
Based on the conductive mechanism (15), (18), the electrical conduction in CNF/UPR nanocomposites is mainly composed of two parts: one is Ohmic resistance
of CNFs owing to direct contacts between fibers, and another is tunneling resistance determined by the width of the insulating resin layer around CNFs.