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- adj. Happening so slowly as to appear to be static
- adj. In a state of dynamic equilibrium
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Such a process of gradual change could be thought of as akin to a quasistatic process, a thermodynamic process in which equilibrium is maintained by performing the process very slowly.
To reach the equality for a cycle generally requires quasistatic reversible processes.
It should be noted that a quasistatic reversible path is an idealisation that is reachable only in the limit of infinitely slow processes.
The Clausius inequality ensures that this value is the same for all quasistatic reversible paths from A to B.
• How to implement extended C-V applications, such as high voltage and quasistatic C-V
- How to implement extended C-V applications, such as high voltage and quasistatic C-V
Topics to be discussed include system setup and results from some extended C-V applications, such as high voltage C-V and quasistatic C-V.
Fedkiw’s analytical process involves math and physics concepts like topology, fluid dynamics, and “robust invertible quasistatic simulations.”
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