electric coupling

electric coupling

[i¦lek·trik ′kəp·liŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Magnetic-field coupling between the shafts of a driver and a driven machine.
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Aperture coupled SIW resonators implement magnetic coupling easily, but have difficulty implementing electric coupling [27].
i,j]/C denote the magnetic coupling and electric coupling coefficient, respectively.
In [7,8], two-layered bandpass filter was designed using open-loop resonators and capacitively loaded square open-loop resonator with different coupling apertures for electric coupling and magnetic coupling between the resonators to achieve coupling among the resonators.
The electric coupling between adjacent SRRs metasurfaces can thus not be ignored.
Studying the electric coupling - tiny electric signals - between myocytes and fibroblast cells, he was able to paint a more accurate picture of a heart's health than could be deduced from even an MRI or CT scan.
Based on this assumption, the magnetic and electric coupling between [W.
The apparent lack of a generic tunable parameter that allows to solve the theory perturbatively (like the electric coupling constant in electrodynamics, or the rank of the gauge group in large-N Yang-Mills theory) is arguably the single most important obstacle for generic efficient approaches to the physics of strong gravity and black holes.
m] denote the coupling inductance and capacitance, and they will produce mixed magnetic and electric coupling, respectively.
The coupling methods can be classified as electric coupling and magnetic coupling.
From point of view of wave matrixes, input or output connection in series or parallel describes electric coupling for parallel structure E and magnetic coupling for series structure H.