current density


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current density

The amperage divided by the surface area to which it is applied, e.g., in electrosurgery.
See also: density
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FIGURE 12 indicates that current density, HASL reflow, and the interaction effect, laminate cooling method*current density, are significant for maximum crack length for 635pm PTHs.
Depending on high speed mass transfer, IJE systems can achieve high current density and fast plating rates.
4%, 4%) an increase in the current density and the maximum shifts toward lower applied voltage, while as the roughness increases to 10%, the maximum current slightly dropped compared to the normal (smooth) junction, as in fig.
With continuous operation of the stack, at high current density the performance is affected by dehydration and at low current density over a period of time the performance will be affected by flooding.
With the increased current density in the system, the electrochemical solubility rate of aluminum and the potential difference applied to the system increases thus both electrode consumption and energy consumption increased.
The hot wire voltage can be sensitive to the current density at a fixed anode stoichiometric ratio and stack temperature as shown in Figure 5.
The current density increases from the center to the surface of the cable radially.
Combing with the relation between corrosion current density and steel corrosion status, as shown in Table 3, the steel corrosion status can be measured.
They allow for effective monitoring of both AC potentials and AC current density by providing a steel surface exposed to the surrounding soil.
At any point in the plasma where j [not equal to] 0 a force can exist between that current density vector and its local magnetic B-field vector.
Current density is an important factor in the electrocoagulation process, because it affects on the coagulant dosage rate, bubble production rate, size and growth of the flocs.
The comply with the limits set by the directive, lighting equipment manufacturers have to ensure their products pass EMC standards for emissions and also do not produce electromagnetic fields above limits for induced current density over the frequency range 20kHz to 10MHz.