coefficient of resistance

coefficient of resistance

[¦kō·ə′fish·ənt əv ri′zis·təns]
(fluid mechanics)
The ratio of the loss of head of fluid, issuing from an orifice or passing over a weir, to the remaining head.
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Thermal coefficient of resistance may significantly reduce throughput performance and final process tolerances.
During selection of heater material, the resistivity, temperature coefficient of resistance, melting point, density, heat capacity, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance were mainly considered, and their respective effect on the heater could be evaluated through temperature distribution.
This includes a demand for high accuracy resistors with superior temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) for stable operation in extreme temperature environments and that feature ultra-low resistance values in order to minimize power consumption.
0005 per cent (5 ppm) at +25 degrees C for one year, temperature coefficient of resistance (tcr) to 0.
Tantalum nitride, tantalum silicide and ruthenium oxide are common resistor materials, although the materials may be changed to suit the resistivity and power handling requirements, temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR), and processing capabilities.
The temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) of the polysilicon filament of microheating elements fabricated using this approach has been previously investigated and characterized to be 0.
VFR's ultra-precision Bulk Metal([R]) Foil resistor products provide extremely low temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) of 0.
These SMT resistors have a temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) of 20 PPM for resistance values greater than 10 ohms, 50 PPM for resistance values less than 10 ohms and 90 PPM for resistance values less than 0.
Operation is stipulated between-40oC and +80oC temperature with a dielectric strength of 750VDC and a temperature coefficient of resistance of A15ppm/oC.
The MBT-303-A rejustor enables automated, independent adjustment of both resistance and the Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR), which determines how resistance changes as the temperature changes.
Rejustors and eTC Rejustors were first announced in 2007 and enable automated, independent adjustment of both resistance and the Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR), providing one to two orders of magnitude performance improvement for many analog designs.

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