By characterizing this membrane actuator, it was found that it has higher WU, PC, uniform Pt coating on both the surface of membrane, low water loss after applying the electric potential
which provides the better performance.
where [eta]' represents the surface energy density, [sigma] the surface charge density, [psi] the electric potential
, A the vector potential, and J' represents the surface electric current density.
The convergence curves and convergence rates of displacements u and w and electric potential
0 using the linear regression are shown in Figure 8 for regular nodes.
x,m] is the difference of electric potential
between two vertices of one of the four edges in the x-direction and [l.
In contrast with the traditional finite element method (FEM), the proposed method solves the electric field in the first step, and then finds the electric potential
in the second step.
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In this method, when an actual test is carried out, the electric potential
corresponding to peak current is assessed and examined against a PDF to determine the probability of membership of that species with all metals stored in the database.
Conversely, the electric potential
can be exchanged to the mechanical deformation.
To compute potential value on the computational grid point O we assume that variation of electric potential
between the points G and R along the symmetry line sl is uniform.
The Seebeck effect describes the proportional electric potential
emergent across a conductor in a uniformly applied thermal gradient.
This theory states that, under the effect of high DC voltage, it is possible to ionize the air (when it acts as a dielectric), whose ions are accelerated as a result of the high electric potential