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Magnetic Geometry and the Confinement of Electrically Conducting Plasma
, 2000
"... We develop an effective field theory approach to inspect the electromagnetic interactions in an electrically neutral plasma, with an equal number of negative and positive charge carriers. We argue that the static equilibrium configurations within the plasma are topologically stable solitons, that de ..."
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We develop an effective field theory approach to inspect the electromagnetic interactions in an electrically neutral plasma, with an equal number of negative and positive charge carriers. We argue that the static equilibrium configurations within the plasma are topologically stable solitons
A quantitative description of membrane currents and its application to conduction and excitation in nerve
 Journal of Physiology
, 1952
"... This article concludes a series of papers concerned with the flow of electric current through the surface membrane of a giant nerve fibre (Hodgkin, Huxley & Katz, 1952; Hodgkin & Huxley, 1952 ac). Its general object is to discu the results of the preceding papers (Part I), to put them into ..."
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into mathematical form (Part II) and to show that they will account for conduction and excitation in quantitative terms (Part III). PART I. DISCUSSION OF EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS The results described in the preceding papers suggest that the electrical behaviour of the membrane may be represented by the network shown
Independent component analysis of electroencephalographic data
 Adv. Neural Inform. Process. Syst
, 1996
"... The electroencephalogram (EEG) is a noninvasive measure of brain electrical activity recorded as changes in potential difference between points on the human scalp. Because of volume conduction through cerebrospinal fluid, skull and scalp, EEG data collected from any point on the scalp includes acti ..."
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The electroencephalogram (EEG) is a noninvasive measure of brain electrical activity recorded as changes in potential difference between points on the human scalp. Because of volume conduction through cerebrospinal fluid, skull and scalp, EEG data collected from any point on the scalp includes
Interpolation formula for the electrical conductivity of nonideal plasmas
, 2002
"... On the basis of a quantumstatistical approach to the electrical conductivity of nonideal plasmas we derive analytical results in the classical lowdensity regime, in the degenerate Born limit, and for the contribution of the DebyeOnsager relaxation effect. These explicit results are used to constr ..."
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On the basis of a quantumstatistical approach to the electrical conductivity of nonideal plasmas we derive analytical results in the classical lowdensity regime, in the degenerate Born limit, and for the contribution of the DebyeOnsager relaxation effect. These explicit results are used
Electrical Conductivity of Dense Aluminum Fluids
"... The electrical conductivity has been measured [1, 2, 3] and calculated[4] for aluminum plasmas in a density range of (0.0012.3) g/cm3 and for temperatures between 10000 and 285000 K. The agreement between these data is reasonable for densities % < 0.7 g/cm3, independent of temperature. For highe ..."
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The electrical conductivity has been measured [1, 2, 3] and calculated[4] for aluminum plasmas in a density range of (0.0012.3) g/cm3 and for temperatures between 10000 and 285000 K. The agreement between these data is reasonable for densities % < 0.7 g/cm3, independent of temperature
Electrical conductivity in sprite streamer channels
"... [1] We study the electrical conductivity of a sprite streamer channel at three different altitudes (63 km, 70 km and 80 km). We discuss the hypothesis that the electrical conductivity stays constant along the full length of a streamer channel, contrary to expectations based on scaling laws. We then ..."
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[1] We study the electrical conductivity of a sprite streamer channel at three different altitudes (63 km, 70 km and 80 km). We discuss the hypothesis that the electrical conductivity stays constant along the full length of a streamer channel, contrary to expectations based on scaling laws. We
Abstract Conductivity of a Relativistic Plasma
, 2004
"... The collision operator for a relativistic plasma is reformulated in terms of an expansion in spherical harmonics. In this formulation the collision operator is expressed in terms of five scalar potentials which are given by onedimensional integrals over the distribution function. This formulation i ..."
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is used to calculate the electrical conductivity of a uniform electronion plasma with infinitely massive ions. 1 I.
Optimized piezoelectric energy harvesting circuit using stepdown converter in discontinuous conduction mode
 IEEE Trans. Power Electronics
, 2003
"... Abstract—This paper describes an approach to harvesting electrical energy from a mechanically excited piezoelectric element. A vibrating piezoelectric device differs from a typical electrical power source in that it has a capacitive rather than inductive source impedance, and may be driven by mecha ..."
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Abstract—This paper describes an approach to harvesting electrical energy from a mechanically excited piezoelectric element. A vibrating piezoelectric device differs from a typical electrical power source in that it has a capacitive rather than inductive source impedance, and may be driven
Measurement of Plasma Conductivity for Electric Fields Larger Than the Runaway Field*
"... Abstract The electrical conductivity parallel to a magnetic field of a hot ion hydrogen plasma with n = 10 9 cm~3, T. = 50 eV and T= 5 eV was measured for electric fields larger than the runaway field. The conductivity was found to be proportional to the plasma density with a value much less than S ..."
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Abstract The electrical conductivity parallel to a magnetic field of a hot ion hydrogen plasma with n = 10 9 cm~3, T. = 50 eV and T= 5 eV was measured for electric fields larger than the runaway field. The conductivity was found to be proportional to the plasma density with a value much less than
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