Impedance analysis and NO gas sensing performance of zeolit deposited Zn0.75Cu0.25O thin film

Çorlu, Tuğba
Karaduman, Irmak
Galioğlu, Sezin
Akata Kurç, Burcu
Yıldırım, Memet Ali
Ateş, Aytünç
Acar, Selim


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Çandır, Bülent; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1985)
Optimum Nyquist filters with controlled time and frequency characteristics
Tuncer, Temel Engin (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2002-10-10)
A design procedure is presented for pulse shaping filters based on the eigenfilter method. This method presents great flexibility for the control of the tail decay and stopband attenuation of the pulse shaping filters. A variety of optimum filters can be designed which are better than raised cosine filters both in time and frequency.
Optimum carrier coupling for homogeneous and nonhomogeneous multiconductor systems.
Umulu, Erol; Department of Electrical Engineering (1970)
Optimum characteristic properties of isolators with bilinear force-displacement hysteresis for seismic protection of bridges built on various site soils
Dicleli, Murat (Elsevier BV, 2011-07-01)
In this study, closed form equations as functions of the isolator, bridge and ground motion properties are formulated to calculate the optimum characteristic strength, Q(d) and post-elastic stiffness, k(d), of the isolator to minimize the maximum isolator displacement (MID) and force (MIF) for seismic isolated bridges (SIBS). For this purpose, first, sensitivity analyses are conducted to identify the bridge, isolator and ground motion parameters that affect the optimum values of Q(d) and k(d). Next, for the...
Exciton related nonlinear optical properties of a spherical quantum dot
Aksahin, E.; Unal, V. Ustoglu; Tomak, Mehmet (2015-11-01)
The nonlinear optical properties of an exciton in a spherical quantum dot (QD) is studied analytically. The nonlinear optical coefficients are calculated within the density matrix formalism. The electronic problem is solved within the effective mass approximation. The contributions from the competing effects of the confinement, the Coulomb interaction, and the applied electric field are calculated and compared with each other. We have made no assumptions about the strength of the confinement. We concentrate...
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