proximity effect


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proximity effect

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proximity effect

[präk′sim·əd·ē i‚fekt]
(electricity)
Redistribution of current in a conductor brought about by the presence of another conductor.
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This is done by measuring the valley splitting induced by exchange proximity effect on a transition metal dichalcogenide (tmd) semiconductor monolayer deposited, Or grown, On top of the 2d ferromagnet.
The proximity effect, exploring the relationship of physical distance between the student and teacher as it relates to grades, has been a matter of inquiry in various studies and forms.
Since the complex environment includes so many objects interacting with the antenna, we reduce the research in the present work to a set of the most probable scenarios and study the radiating structure proximity effect in two situations: the so-called "data" and "talk" modes.
This is due to three reasons: skin effect, proximity effect, and external electromagnetic environment [8].
Additionally, Dehring, Depken, and Ward (2008) found a proximity effect to voting outcomes on the new NFL Cowboy stadium in Arlington, Texas.
They've just released their new EP Proximity Effect and will be playing Kelly's in Galway tonight, and the Mercantile in Dublin on Wednesday with a few more coming up around the country.
* When two conductors carrying HF current are placed close to one another and the current concentrates on the two adjacent surfaces of the conductors, it is called "proximity effect."
The inductances and the effective resistances, in other words the impedances, of a shielded system of busbars at a certain frequency are closely related to the current distribution over the cross-section of each busbar generally known as "skin effect" and "proximity effect" of the nearby busbars and conductive shield.
Still, there exist some problems to be resolved in induction heating such as proximity effect. Proximity appears as two nearby coils with inverse current directions to cause significant decrease of heating efficiency.
(25) Use of multiple regression modeling in the analytical phase controlled for any differences between treatment and control groups to isolate and measure the HVTL proximity effect on price.
Since the nanotubes after the synthesis initially are not doped (or unintentionally slightly p-type doped, e.g., by oxygen of atmosphere), those are only metallic tubes, which may have superconducting transition, while semiconducting tubes will be "diluting" superconductivity in the bundle by the inverse proximity effect [8].
Comprehensively covering the research achievements in inductor models such as the skin and proximity effect and substrate coupling effect, the model for gradually changed spiral inductor is presented in Figure 2.