coupled modes

coupled modes

[′kəp·əld ′mōdz]
(acoustics)
Modes of acoustic transmission along a duct having a discontinuity, so that the reflected and transmitted waves contain modes other than the incident ones.
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Yang, "Dynamic modeling based on coupled modes for wireless power transfer systems," IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol.
[7] Hongchang Li, Kangping Wang, Lang Huang, et al "Dynamic modeling based on coupled modes for wireless power transfer systems", IEEE Trans on P.E, vol.
In the modelling (including the coupled mode theory and the circuit theory [6], [7]) and design of CMRU, the coupled winding parameters, such as AC resistance [R.sub.ac], inductance, or mutual inductance M should be required.
An extensive literature has been published on coupled modes approximation [9-13], and a simplified one-dimensional model of two counter-running and synchronous modes was introduced by Kogelnik and Shank [14, 15].
The solution of these equations provides the transmission spectra of the grating, which relates the resonance wavelength, the grating's period, and the order of the coupled modes, expressed in the form [LP.sub.lm] (acronym for "linearly polarized").
Sipe, "Coupled modes and the nonlinear Schrodinger equation," Phys.
Effect of the ground heat exchanger dimensions on the heliosystem operation with coupled modes. Odes'kyi Politechnichnyi Universytet.
Generally, coupled modes are either unilateral type (having master-slave configuration) [8] or bilateral type (i.e., the output of one is applied to the input of the other) [9].
This "Slow Sweep" capability helps to initially identify modes, distinguish between coupled modes, accurately measure amplification factors that take time to build, and determine damping (Q factors) thus allowing for very effective damping analysis and validation.
In paper [9], the method of coupled modes accompanied by the spectral domain solutions of uniform line is adopted for analyzing a broad class of nonuniform transmission lines, and the reflection coefficients are derived:
The coupled modes are generally called antisymmetric and symmetric plasmon modes in the symmetric structure [26].

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