electrical model

electrical model

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′mäd·əl]
(electricity)
A model in the form of a mathematical description or an electrical equivalent circuit that represents the behavior of an electrical device or system.
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Thus, the researchers clearly determine the mechanism of formation of a discharge in a liquid by an electrothermal model (with electric field strength of up to 36 kV/cm) and an electrical model (with a field strength above 180 kV/cm).
Mahdavi Adeli, "An improved thermal and electrical model for a solar photovoltaic thermal (PV/T) air collector," Applied Energy, vol.
The equivalent electrical model for single line coil inductor (Figure 1(a)) and the equivalent electrical model for dual line coil inductors (Figures 1(b) and 1(c)) are shown in Figures 5(a) and 5(b), respectively.
They developed single discharge thermo electrical model of the work piece material removal in electric discharge machining.
In the following, we will propose a new electrical model for the brush to segment sliding contact to improve the model versus the measurements and consider the non-linearity of the electrical contact.
This paper proposes a new electrical model for ultracapacitors that is also based on a fractal interpretation of their structure, but does not make any assumption about the size or shape of the pores.
Figure 6, shows the electrical model proposed for a single electrode of a SD cell that can be used in electrical circuit simulation programs.
That's why; we have tested the tools of electrical model to modelize the left hand antenna.
An electrical model is a mathematical description that represents electrical behavior of an electrical device or system.
Similarly, package designers must have an accurate electrical model of the chip that captures varying switching currents along with parasitics on the chip, when validating the power delivery network (PDN) structure of the package.

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