charge conservation


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charge conservation

[′chärj ‚kän·sər′vā·shən]
(electricity)
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For example, in analog to the local charge conservation, the local baryonic-charge conservation could play a similar role as LCC when coupled to [v.sub.2].
Pratt, "Charge conservation at energies available at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and contributions to local parity violation observables," Physical Review C, vol.
In addition, charge conservation must be satisfied for the consistent extraction of large- and small-signal models.[1,2] The charge expressions (QV) that adequately describe capacitance behavior as a function of port voltages (CV) are difficult to obtain.
Figure 2 shows the nonlinear capacitance equivalent circuit consistent with the charge conservation condition.
The first stage comprises of the numerical solution of the Poisson and charge conservation equations describing the direct-current corona discharge.