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filling factor

[′fil·iŋ ‚fak·tər]
(cryogenics)
The ratio of the electron density of a quantum Hall liquid to the density of magnetic flux quanta.
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HFSS simulations show that both the bandwidth and the center frequency of the BSF can be tuned by modifying the ground plane EBG pattern filling factor and period, respectively.
Therefore, a linear and exponential filling factor functions f(x) are considered as follows:
In parallel, we will explore cavity-magneto-polariton excitations out of fractional quantum Hall ground states: the objective in this part is to use the strong filling factor dependence of polariton splitting to realize nonlinear optical devices which derive their photon-photon interaction from light-absorption induced transition between compressible and incompressible ground states.
Poor drilling and blasting operations cause substandard digging operation resulting in reduced filling factor. The filling factor for the shovel under consideration was observed to be 90%.
However, diffraction characteristics of the TIR-based grating structures are highly sensitive to those geometric properties, pitch, filling factor, and depth, that the proper design methods to be able to solve global numerical optimization problems with continuous variables have been becoming issues for many optical applications [5-8].
As shown in Table 1, the short-circuit current (Jsc), open-circuit voltage, conversion efficiency, and filling factor of DSSCs with Ti[Cl.sub.4] pretreatment are greatly improved.
It was shown that a phase transition in an inhomogeneous state may occur in 1D system of particles of two kinds with the increase of filling factor. Such a phase transition occurs due to an effective particle attraction and is characterised by the formation of clusters of a finite size 33].
The effect of filling factor, permittivity profile index of the graded dielectric layer and incident angles on the band gaps and reflectivity are analyzed by using Equations (8) and (12).
Let us denote this number as the filling factor of a cluster (student group).
where [[epsilon].sub.i] and [[epsilon].sup.e] are the dielectric functions of the inclusion and host material respectively (here, a metal and a dielectric), [PSI] is a constant relating the fields inside and outside the inclusions (typically [PSI] = 3 for spherical inclusions), f is the filling factor or ratio of the volume of the inclusion to the total size of the unit cell [13].
The SM2315DT SmartMotor has an eight-pole compact rotor design with more copper filling factor than in conventional designs.