complex impedance

complex impedance

[′käm‚pleks im′pēd·əns]
(electricity)
(electricity)
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The Nyquist plots for SBR-20CCB composite with varying thickness of 0.65, 1.3, and 7 cm were plotted from the complex impedance spectra obtained in the measured frequency range.
At present, the systems for diagnosing the state of induction channel furnaces, offered by their manufacturers, generally based on a measuring the complex impedance (impedance) of the inductor melt channel and measuring the temperature rise of water as it passes through the cooling system pipes [10].
Both the excitation signal and response signal are sampled by ADC and Fourier transformed by an on-board DSP engine in order to obtain complex impedance spectrum.
Single frequency data (the equivalent resistance corresponding to the real part of the complex impedance at 10 kHz) were normalized using the formula Re[Z 10 kHz, t)] - Re[Z*(10 kHz, 0)])/ Re[Z*(10 kHz, 0] using the software package OriginPro 8.5 (OriginLab).
In this paper, we will describe the synthesis method and the characterization of [Na.sub.2][K.sub.2]Cu[(Mo[O.sub.4]).sub.3] by Infrared, Raman, and complex impedance spectroscopies.
Qian, "Design and analysis of the droop control method for parallel inverters considering the impact of the complex impedance on the power sharing," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol.
Usually the complex impedance [[Z.bar].sub.c] is set; it depends on the cable length which is put into e.g.
APx v3.4 adds Thiele/Small parameters, complex impedance, and loudspeaker production test to the APx platform.
The frequency generator allows excitation of external complex impedance at a known frequency.
In the three types of DSSC, the F1' electronic complex impedance [R.sub.3] is maximum, demonstrating the F1' light electrons on the anode composite probability minimum.

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