precharge


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precharge

[prē′chärj]
(metallurgy)
The pressure introduced into the cavity of a mold before forming a part.

precharge

(storage)
The phase in the access cycle of DRAM during which the storage capacitors are charged to the appropriate value.
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In the precharge phase, both outputs are precharged and the NMOS cross-coupled transistors M5 and M6 are ON but have no effect on output as M8 is OFF.
We have further investigated high speed dynamic PFD by using precharge principles.
The precharge process should be adopted to avoid the high voltage impulse when the ignition key is turned on.
Furthermore, the precharge pressure is a key variable to impact the fuel consumption.
Equation (1) must be verified after the circuit implementation but do usually not represent a problem as the evaluation pull-down, performed sequentially, is normally slower than the pull-up precharge, performed in parallel [16].
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where [p.sub.pr] is precharge pressure of accumulator, [V.sub.0] is accumulator capacity.