ohmic loss

ohmic loss

[′ō·mik ′lȯs]
(electronics)
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New developments are also being hotly pursued in the burgeoning fields of nanoantenna and metasurface plasmonics, where the race is on to fully overcome challenging obstacles of ohmic loss and melting.
4) we could see a decrease in the slope of the curves along the ohmic loss region at backpressures of 70 kPa, behavior which indicates an improvement in ion transport across the PEM at the increasing backpressure [18].
The ohmic loss of the electromagnetic field of the two micro valves under the same current is shown in Figure 10.
Solar cell partitions connected in series reduces the ohmic loss in respect to a whole solar cell.
Imaginary permittivity is composed of two components; namely Ohmic loss and polarization loss.
The optical loss of proposed LRSPP waveguide with symmetrical polymer claddings is induced by different issues, including ohmic loss of metal, scattering loss coming from the imperfect configuration of metal stripe, and intrinsic absorption loss of cladding material.
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. The loss will also increase with frequency (skin effect) and with the vicinity of other metal (proximity effect).
(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.
The additional loss in the measurement is attributed to the ohmic loss of the chip inductors.
Although SPPs waveguides are of the inherent virtue of the subwavelength scale confinement, the propagation length is not long due to the ohmic loss in metals.
The AMC ground plane becomes more reflective as [[micro].sub.c] increases, which is caused by the mushroomed carrier concentration and ensuing ohmic loss in graphene patches.