How does resistance change when comparing a flat sheet to a folded one


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Feb22-13, 09:22 PM
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How does sheet resistance change when comparing a flat sheet to a folded sheet?



Is this change predictable? Would the change also depend on the number of folds? Is the capacitance of the fold an important factor in the change?
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If there is an electrical connection on the inside of the fold, then you have just shifted to a different geometry slab - different A and/or d.

I think anything else will depend a lot on the material properties of the sheet.


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