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ohmic

[′ō·mik]
(electricity)
Pertaining to a substance or circuit component that obeys Ohm's law.
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From Figures 10 and 11, it can be seen that although the initial states are different, the estimations of the internal ohmic resistance converge to the real value, which improves the accuracy of battery model.
Since the value of the ohmic resistance of cathode surface, which restricts electroplating reaction, was decreased, the grain size of the nickel coatings was increased with increasing jet velocity up to 4m/s.
Increasing both the free area ratio and total perimeter opening length could significantly reduce the impedance at 0.4 V, that is, ohmic impedance, and also reduce the impedance at 0.5 V (activation impedance), although this effect is expected to be smaller than at 0.4 V.
A quality ZnO-based Schottky diode was achieved using the transparent cosputtered ITO-ZnO ohmic electrode and Ni/Au Schottky metal.
Tzanetis, "Blow-up of radially symmetric solutions of a non-local problem modelling Ohmic heating," Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, vol.
As in the case of the loading at 5% w/w the ohmic conductivity masks the dipolar loss peak.
Bhale has co-authored a book chapter "Ohmic and Inductive Heating" and has presented several peer reviewed poster presentations at Institute of Food Technologists, a world renowned Food Science and Technology related conference held every year in USA.
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Ohmic heat dissipation in a conductor carrying a DC current is well understood, however when alternating current flows, the changing magnetic field created by the alternating current induces voltages in the conducting material that cause other currents to also flow in the conductor.
TCR Control is independent of ohmic value and enables the MBT-303-A to not only provide 1 to 2 orders of magnitude performance improvement for analog designs, but also maintain consistency of resistance over an extended temperature range for circuits that require set-on-test calibration and compensation.
He was one of the leaders of the world fusion research effort during the 1950s and illuminated many aspects of the pinch effect, especially the limitations on ohmic heating and current in pinch discharges.