avalanche process


avalanche process
griūtinis vyksmas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. avalanche process vok. lawinenartiger Vorgang, m rus. лавинообразный процесс, m pranc. processus d’avalanche, m

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  • Avalanche breakdown — is a phenomenon that can occur in both insulating and semiconducting materials. It is a form of electric current multiplication that can allow very large currents to flow within materials which are otherwise good insulators. Explanation Avalanche …   Wikipedia

  • Avalanche transistor — An Avalanche Transistor is a bipolar junction transistor designed for operation in the region of its collector current/collector to emitter voltage characteristics beyond the collector to emitter breakdown voltage, called avalanche breakdown… …   Wikipedia

  • avalanche — [ avəlα:nʃ] noun 1》 a mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside. 2》 an occurrence of something in overwhelming quantities. 3》 Physics a cumulative process in which an ion or electron generates further ions or electrons by… …   English new terms dictionary

  • Avalanche photodiode — Avalanche photodiodes (APDs) are photodetectors that can be regarded as the semiconductor analog to photomultipliers. By applying a high reverse bias voltage (typically 100 200 V in silicon), APDs show an internal current gain effect (around 100) …   Wikipedia

  • Avalanche — This article refers to the natural event. For other uses, see Avalanche (disambiguation) An avalanche is an abrupt and rapid flow of snow, often mixed with air and water, down a mountainside. Avalanches are among the biggest dangers in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Avalanche (disambiguation) — An avalanche is a cascade of snow down a slope.Groups and things that have been named after the avalanche include:Phenomena: *Rock avalanche *Avalanche breakdown, an electrical process *Avalanche effect, aka bit avalanche , a desirable property… …   Wikipedia

  • avalanche — /av euh lanch , lahnch /, n., v., avalanched, avalanching. n. 1. a large mass of snow, ice, etc., detached from a mountain slope and sliding or falling suddenly downward. 2. anything like an avalanche in suddenness and overwhelming quantity: an… …   Universalium

  • avalanche effect — ▪ physics       in physics, a sudden increase in the flow of an electrical current (electric current) through a nonconducting or semiconducting solid when a sufficiently strong electrical force is applied. The ability of most nonmetallic solids… …   Universalium

  • avalanche — av•a•lanche [[t]ˈæv əˌlæntʃ, ˌlɑntʃ[/t]] n. v. lanched, lanch•ing 1) gel a mass of snow, ice, etc., detached from a mountain slope and sliding or falling suddenly downward 2) anything like an avalanche in suddenness and overwhelming quantity: an… …   From formal English to slang

  • avalanche — I. noun Etymology: French, from French dialect (Franco Provençal) lavantse, avalantse Date: 1771 1. a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, or other material in swift motion down a mountainside or over a precipice 2. a sudden great or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary