normalized current

normalized current

[′nȯr·mə‚līzd ′kə·rənt]
(electromagnetism)
The current divided by the square root of the characteristic admittance of a waveguide or transmission line.
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The normalized intrinsic current waveform is approximated by normalized current waveform of type (6) for k - 2, [A.sub.2] = 0.415, and [[tau].sub.p] - 100[degrees] (conduction angle 2[[tau].sub.p] - 200[degrees]), which reads
(a) Time course showing the stimulatory effect of 30 [micro]M CORM-2 and the sequential increase of [[Ca.sup.2+]] in the concentration range 10 nM-1 mM on [BK.sub.Ca][alpha] subunit channel normalized current and [Va.sub.50] in the control (black line), in the ANXA5 knockdown model achieved by transfection with siRNA (dark grey line), and in the ANXA5 overexpression model achieved by transfection with the DNA plasmid (light grey line).
Table 2: Normalized current (I/[I.sub.max]) at 60 mV and [Va.sub.50] values for BKCaa channel of the control, ANXA5 siRNA knockdown, and ANXA5 overexpression models.
The normalized current ripple results from equations (4) and (7)
The normalized current response is given by the following expression:
The normalized current I is compared with simulation result in Table 3 for various values of parameters [[empty set].sup.2.sub.O].
Normalized current distributions along the half-wave HDA determined for different values of the normalized conductivity of the ground are given in Fig.3.
Normalized current distribution of four radiation elements at typical frequency.
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