Does somebody know what are the units of the parameters used in brinkmans equation?
> Does somebody know what are the units of the parameters used in
> brinkmans equation?
If, by Brinkman's equation, you mean something like:
0 = -@P/@z + mu*Del^2(U) - k*U, meaning Poiseuille flow with an extra
friction term, then the parameter 'k' is a coefficient of friction,
with units of viscosity/area. 'mu' is the dynamic viscosity.
Andrew Resnick, Ph.D.
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Case Western Reserve University
thanks for the reply Andy.. But the tunneling equation that i'm concerned about is the tunneling one..
The equations are:
G(V)/G(0)=1-(Aodelta phi)/(16 phi bar^(3/2))*eV+(9Ao^2/128 phi bar)(eV)^2
Ao=4(2m)^1/2 * d/3h
The equations are the equations 7 and 8 of this paper
"Tunneling Conductance of Asymmetrical Barrieers", W.F. Brinkman, R.C. Dynes and J.M Rowell
i want to know the units of these parameters used in this equation
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