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current density

The amperage divided by the surface area to which it is applied, e.g., in electrosurgery.
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At higher current densities, the heat generated is higher than at the lower current densities.
In this work the real-time water balance of an air cooled stack is measured at different current densities, different anode stoichiometric ratios, and different stack temperatures using constant temperature anemometry (CTA) hot wire.
When concrete cover is 15 mm and the corrosion time reaches 200 days, corrosion current densities after different freeze-thaw cycles all range from 0.
Weiland, "Efficient calculation of current densities in the human body induced by arbitrarily shaped, low-frequency magnetic field sources," J.
Isaka, "Analysis of current densities induced inside a human model by the two-step process method combining the surface-charge integral equation and the finite-element method," Electronics and Communications in Japan, Part 2, Electronics, Vol.
sn], the minority carrier hole and electron current densities of the junction at the edges of the depletion region [J.
Figure 6a shows the potential-time dependence for the deposition of zinc-nickel-iron alloys on steel rod at a low current densities range (0.
Common problems associated with inadequately designed PDNs include voltage drop, excessive current in vial, and excessive current densities in some area of the hoard.
With higher electron and current densities there is a chance of step-wise ionization.
The product is designed to obtain IR-free pipe-to-soil potential measurements along with AC and DC corrosion current densities by integrating with either traditional buried reference cells, single, or dual coupon cathodic protection (CP) test stations.
5-6), the Fe content is reduced and the Ni content increases respectively with increase current densities, while at the temperature of 35[degrees]C for both pH ranges (for instance, no.