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I am working on multilayer hybrid plasmonic waveguide which involves silver, silica and silicon. I have to calculate surface roughness and scattering losses at 1550nm wavelength. There is one macro defined in CST for surface roughness but that is useful for lossy metal at GHz range. While defining the material also, there comes one option such as:
Wire has a certain amount of resistance depending on its metal, its diameter and its length. Ohm's Law is used to calculate the voltage dropped by the wire according to its resistance times its current. The battery voltage has nothing to do with how much voltage is dropped by the resistance of the wire. If the wire measures 1 ohm and the current i
K. Steinberg, M. Scheffler, and M. Dressel, ?Microwave inductance of thin metal strips?, IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 47, No. 8, 1999.
Hi, I am confused that the drilled via has capacitance. As i know, the via is also a piece of metal, how could it have capacitance? If it does, what is the other plate of the capacitor?
I want to design a nano antenna in CST MWS at center frequency of 191 THz or 1500nm. I read that at optical frequencies metal behave like plasmons and the material properties are calculated via Drude Model. I wanted to ask following; 1) What is this Drude model? 2) How can I calculate the material (Au/Ag) properties with Drude model? (...)
Hi, I need the exact formula of calculating the capacitor value of metal1 - metal1, for example 90nm or 60 nm. Thank you
Hi ALL, I had a metal layer of bus signal which i wish to calculate the effective resistance of this layer. Please see the attachment file for the layout. Can i just calculate the whole rectangle and minus the the empty space to get the effective resistance? will it be accurate? Thanks. Rdgs YY p/s : {[(X * Y) - (area of (...)
As you don't specify what lamps you are using its a guess, but I would think that as the power increases, its primarily the current that increases, not the voltage. 80W = two 40W inside the same envelope, just combine the metal work. . . So how does you electronic ballast know what to set the current to? Frank
Can someone tell me how can i simulate the quantum tunneling effect in metal oxide metal (MOM or MIM) diodes? I am thinking about using a microwave based software like CST microwave or ADS to get the electrical fields and subsequently importing them into Matlab to calculate the current density and plot the IV- curve. Don't know if it will (...)
hello, The ID60TVP-H 60W Class AB guitar amplifier product weighs 10.8Kg. (i assume its Class AB) The heatsink is the only large metal product that could be inside it(?)...but heatsinks are made of aluminium which weighs little. So what kind of metal are they using for the heatsinks in this product? Considering that the product weighs 1
Hello! My task is to simulate trihedral corner reflector using Feko, to build backscattered field and to calculate RCS of that one. But I am not experienced user, so I have started with simulation of one metal plane. As a source I have chosen a plane wave. I have made this model in both CADFeko and EDITFeko, BUT(!) when I ran POSTFeko, I have seen
first thing let you know that these are not three phase as you have written --"phase + nuetral + earth."-- there is only one phase. and for current rating say 16amp or so it is the metal bead or pin capacity to handle maximum 16amp for example for low current you can use thin wire and for large current you will have to use thick wire. therefor if
If you want to know power dissipation , you can see the current density specification and width of the metal.. from that you can calculate the power dissipation and i think we cannot simulate in layout you have to simulate in the schematic itself.. In the layout tool you can run DRC(design rule check} and LVS(layout vs schematic} only... che
Hi, I suppose that your port is a waveguide port... and then the CST meshing need to have 3 meshcells free (no PEC!) to calculate mode, impedance... that means that you have metal or other PEC in this area of the port. Then check your port excitation, background properties and boundary conditions ! Other solution, if that is not coax
Assume a pad and a block is placed 1mm apart from each other. If they are connected together by metal M1 carrying a current of 100mA, What will be the width of M1. I need the total solution. Can any one help me to solve this out?
Do any design how the formula to calculate the fringe capacitance between the metal?
hi every one i calculate the interconnect resistance by unit length for 45 nm technology by the equation Rinterconnect = Resistivity/(Thickness * Width) i am using metal Resistivity value 1.688e-2 ohm.micro meter Thickness = 0.280 micro meter Width =140 micrometer i got R interconnect 0.0004 ohm/micro meter, while i found it in litreature
thanks for your help i have another questions i calculate the interconnect resistance by unit length for 45 nm technology by the equation Rinterconnect = Resistivity/(Thickness * Width) i am using metal Resistivity value 1.688e-2 ohm.micro meter Thickness = 0.280 micro meter Width =140 micrometer i got R interconnect 0.0004 ohm/micro met
can any one say how to calculate the sensing distance of a proximity sensor or a metal detector is any formula to calculate the sensing distance?
I have a Fluke PM 6306 RLC meter and I was wondewring how can I measure inductance of a magnetic sheet? Do I need an extra fixture to place my sample around it? I have calculated permitivity by placing my sample between 2 metal plates and measuring capacitance. I need to measure inductance in order to calculate permeability.