injection efficiency

injection efficiency

[in′jek·shən ə‚fish·ən·sē]
(electronics)
A measure of the efficiency of a semiconductor junction when a forward bias is applied, equal to the current of injected minority carriers divided by the total current across the junction.
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Water injection efficiency increased by 3% in 2016 from 2015, delivering reduced losses and improving production.
This is in addition to providing more advanced analytical solutions, such as water breakthrough detection, injection efficiency, decline curve analysis, and stimulation candidate identification.
Later amplifier structures, such as Buffered-Direct-Injection (BDI),Capacitive Feedback Transimpedance Amplifier (CTIA), Buffered Gate Modulation Input (BGMI), and Switched Current Integration (SCI), provide a better performance in terms of injection efficiency and detector bias stability with the help of an inpixel opamp (Liang, X.
The feedback structure also provides very low input impedance, increasing the injection efficiency, i.
Injection efficiency is a term referring to this difference in performance.
62 L/s*m), a heat exchanger head loss of 10 psi (70 kPa), 800 ft (240 m) total equivalent length of pipe and fittings between the production and injection well heads, and an injection efficiency of 80%.
The emitter is formed from ion implanted arsenic for maximum injection efficiency while minimizing lattice induced damage for superior low noise performance.
Though the treatment may kill up to three-quarters of the embryos in any batch, he says, "essentially all that survive will be injected," for a 1,000-fold increase in injection efficiency and a far lower cost.
Section "Drilling": the second place was awarded to Milyausha Khaybrahmanova (student of the Almetyevsk State Petroleum Institute) for the paper: "Improving the injection efficiency when using saline water in the conditions of TSPPD-1 of NGDU "Elkhovneft"; third place was awarded to Sergei Borozdin (Russian State Oil and Gas University named after I.
squaraines) and in hybrid plasmon-exciton architectures, where the photon capture and charge injection efficiency can be enhanced by the interaction with plasmonic fields.
A distinguishing feature of the ATPL250A and SAM4CP16C is an integrated Class-D line driver, which provides outstanding signal injection efficiency and improved thermal characteristics compared to competing technologies.