ohmic loss

ohmic loss

[′ō·mik ′lȯs]
(electronics)
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Imaginary permittivity is composed of two components; namely Ohmic loss and polarization loss.
The model of bus bar heating losses to be presented accounts for each of the three ohmic loss mechanisms just described.
All metal that has excited or induced current impressed upon it will be susceptible to ohmic loss.
2) However, for RF devices such as the micromachined tunable capacitor, ohmic loss must be minimized and a high quality (Q-value) must be achieved.
Finally, the author summarizes possible ways to bypass, mitigate, or overcome dissipative losses inherent to nanoplasmonic networks, with the main focus on the Ohmic loss compensation by gain in photonic-plasmonic metamaterials.
c] increases, which is caused by the mushroomed carrier concentration and ensuing ohmic loss in graphene patches.
The Ohm's law [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] holds and the ohmic loss is
In bulk semiconductors, there are two types of losses, ohmic loss and polarization loss.
However we are going to see in the last part of this article that when the ohmic loss are small compared to the radiative losses, it is not sufficient to only take into account the near field and the closest neighborhoods to estimate the radiated power, i.
Insertion loss typically is specified as the ohmic loss of the coupler and does not include signal loss due to coupling.
Ohmic loss due to surface resistance would be on the order of 0.
The thickness of the copper cladding is based on ohmic loss, ease of etching and power requirements.