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Value of constant. K

Discussion in 'CAD' started by Kshitiz, Feb 4, 2004.

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  1. Kshitiz

    Kshitiz Guest

    Hi,

    I am stuck at a point where I have to calculate the current generated
    because of the ion strike in space.

    I have found a formula which is

    I = K x (Q/T) x sqrt(t/T)x exp(-(t/T))

    where Q = Deposited Charge
    T = Pulse time constant ( taken to be 0.1,0.3,0.5)
    t = time on x axis.
    K = Constant

    I am not sure how to find out the value of const K. It will be great
    if someone knows the value of constant K or can guide me about how to
    calculate the value of K. I will really appreciate anykind of help in
    this matter.

    Thanks you,

    Kshitiz
     
  2. I am stuck at a point where I have to calculate the current generated
    This looks more like a homework problem than a CAD problem to me. You need
    to remember the general differential equation relating charge and current,
    and then see what value of K is needed for it to be satified.

    Charles
     
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