electromagnetic coupling

electromagnetic coupling

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′kəp·liŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Coupling that exists between circuits when they are mutually affected by the same electromagnetic field.
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In the present paper, we introduce a drivetrain system using an electromagnetic coupling for hybrid electric vehicles, and propose a new control concept of vibration torque interception.
The use of electromagnetic coupling to measure the core placement inside a valve.
Finally, in the "Effect of electromagnetic coupling on macroscopic parameters" section we used the N-Flux model to compare the prediction of the opacity of simple paint films containing HPP, when using independent and dependent light scattering models at a local scale.
w] (1, -1) can be obtained to achieve electromagnetic coupling with the fundamental component of the magnetic field produced by the PMs.
r] are relative permittivity and permeability of the material, while [kappa] is the chirality parameter which describes electromagnetic coupling and c is speed of light in vacuum.
0 also introduces two-way electromagnetic coupling with stress analysis and the ability to re-simulate the electromagnetic field distribution on the deformed geometry.
The remainder of the models is populated by crosstalk terms that are typically undesirable but are produced by electromagnetic coupling.
10:30 to 11:00: A Study on Electromagnetic Coupling Between Transmission Line on Model Chip
Some areas that need attention are electromagnetic simulations, signal integrity verification (SIV), power ground network simulation and optimization, system-level power distribution and noise analysis, electromagnetic coupling (emc)/electromagnetic interference (EMI) verification, embedded passive design and modeling, chip/package co-design, mixed signal design and analysis for system-in-package/system-on-package (SIP/SOP), and the ability to model entire systems.
e]) and [alpha] (q / M) (where [alpha] = 1/137, is an electromagnetic coupling constant, M the nucleon mass and q the transferred momentum), Eq.
An entire LTCC module layout can be simulated using HFSS to model all electromagnetic coupling, thus ensuring proper device operation prior to fabrication.

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