weak coupling

weak coupling

[′wēk ′kəp·liŋ]
(particle physics)
The coupling of four fermion fields in the weak interaction, having a strength many orders of magntiude weaker than that of the strong or electromagnetic interactions.
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The resonator characteristics of the proposed MMR are realized under weak coupling.
This paper uses a proper patch shape in an effort to realize weak coupling between the array components and the feeding CML, simultaneously providing linear polarization of the radiation field (low-level cross polarization).
Weak coupling can gain higher Q value, meanwhile, weak coupling also reduce the incident power.
Origin of "strong coupling constant" and "Fermi's weak coupling constant" can be understood.
Weak coupling at 10 MHz, which requires a long synthesis chain to arrive at the RF domain.
The validity of separating a trisection from the remainder of the overall filter is given for narrowband filters with relatively weak coupling between resonators.
The temperature gradient term in the Richards equation provides a weak coupling between water and heat flow processes.
In order to understand thermalization at intermediate couplings we will carry out a comparison between strong and weak coupling approaches.
21]-magnitude of a weak coupling resonator circuit according to different [Y.
Here, it is assumed that the characteristic impedance of each line section is approximated as that of the isolated line because the line arrangement, except for the purpose of coupling, is for weak coupling in many cases.
2312 [5]), where "g" is the other force that couples to produce the weak coupling constant.