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Ohm

A Swedish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 150 liters.
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From Figures 1 and 2, it can be seen that the ohmic internal resistance of circuit model can be expressed as
As (H/d) was increased, the ohmic resistance of cathode surface was increased.
A two-dimensional computational proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) model is presented to investigate the effects of operating parameters such as overall ohmic resistance, cathode side charge transfer coefficient, operating pressure, and fuel cell temperature on PEMFCs.
The ohmic conductivity (Table 2) is increased as would be expected if the filler were able to introduce mobile ions into the system.
In order to develop an estimate of the ohmic losses, we need to consider all conductors at the same time.
Ohmic microswitches make direct electrical contact between metal conductors, and wear ultimately limits lifetime.
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.
Contacts established with Al were observed to be ohmic in nature, whereas Au, Cr, Ti and Pt exhibit rectifying contacts.
He is a pioneer in Ohmic heating research for liquid-particle mixtures and liquid egg.
While much of the speculation about ultimate commercial application of aseptic processing witch low-acid particulates has centered on newer sterilization technology, such as ohmic or high-pressure, Tetra Pak's application uses heat, albeit with higher temperatures and shorter treatment times than is used in conventional canning processes.
Among them is ohmic heating, in which a food is heated rapidly and uniformly by passing an electric current through it, so that it literally cooks in its own juice.
gamma] is a system of Ohmic observations iff there exist D, r, c, such that: (1) [gamma] = <D,r,c>: (2) is a non-empty set; (3) r and c are functions from D into the real numbers; (4) for all x [element of] D, r(x) > 0 and c(x) > 0.