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Abbreviation : TLM
Long Form : transmission line model
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2019 A Two Dimensional Tunneling Resistance Transmission Line Model for Nanoscale Parallel Electrical Contacts. FEM
2018 Influence of Humidity on Contact Resistance in Graphene Devices. CVD, DFT, RH
2017 PWPSim: A new simulation tool of pulse wave propagation in the human arterial tree. ---
2016 A novel method of artery stenosis diagnosis using transfer function and support vector machine based on transmission line model: A numerical simulation and validation study. SVM, TF
2015 Aging-related viscoelasticity variation of tendon stem cells (TSCs) characterized by quartz thickness shear mode (TSM) resonators. TSCs, TSM
2014 Conformational and mechanical changes of DNA upon transcription factor binding detected by a QCM and transmission line model. QCM, TFs
2014 Transmission line model analysis of transcription factors binding to oligoduplexes - differentiation of the effect of single nucleotide modifications. TFs
2014 Vertical distribution of overpotentials and irreversible charge losses in lithium ion battery electrodes. MWE
2012 Evaluation of metal-nanowire electrical contacts by measuring contact end resistance. NW
10  2012 Planar InAs photodiodes fabricated using He ion implantation. He
11  2008 Low-resistance ohmic contacts to SiC nanowires and their applications to field-effect transistors. FETs, SCRs, SiCNWs
12  2007 Sound propagation in liquid-filled arterial segments: measurements and model predictions. ---
13  2006 A contribution to solve the problem of coating properties extraction in quartz crystal microbalance applications. QCR
14  2005 Non-gravimetric contributions to QCR sensor response. QCM, QCR
15  2001 An extended Butterworth-Van Dyke model for quartz crystal microbalance applications in viscoelastic fluid media. EBVD