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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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3] for 10 mm at 30 [degrees] C and different current densities Parameter CD(mA [cm.
Adding additional sources of heat to these areas areas of high current densities caused by perforated planes leads to higher temperatures on the IC and ultimately reduced component lifespan.
Once the cell current densities are developed, the conductor ohmic heat losses can be evaluated.
Current densities were chosen to be greater than the reference value estimated (5 mA [cm.
EOS power supplies feature the highest package and current densities in the industry, literally three to four times greater than any leading competitor.
EOS power supplies feature the highest package density and current densities in the industry, literally three to four times greater than any leading competitor.
PowerPAK addresses these challenges by handling higher current densities without increasing the board space occupied by power semiconductors and without generating additional heat.
EOS power supplies, which range from 20 watts to 130 watts of output power, feature the highest package density and current densities in the industry, literally three to four times greater than any leading competitor.
These technical issues that prevented the Institute from reproducing and sustaining the highest current densities as were recorded in Alberta, have been identified.
These characteristics of silicon carbide result in low leakage currents, low on-resistance and high current densities.