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On-the-fly and Ultra-fast V T are popular characterization techniques for analyzing NBTI degradation. We show that these techniques do not probe the intrinsic NBTI degradation directly and hence require suitable correction. The 'corrected' data allows us to explore the subtlety of relaxation dynamics by various measurements and suggest a theoretical basis(More)
To develop a novel ablation therapy for human solid cancer, the heating properties of a ferromagnetic carbon steel rod and a prototype Ti-coated needle using this carbon steel rod, were investigated in several high-frequency outputs at 300 kHz. In the former, the heating property was drastically different among the three inclination angles (θ = 0°, 45° and(More)
For the purpose of developing a novel ablation therapy for oral cancer, the heat generation and transfer properties of a Ti-coated carbon steel rod with 20-mm length and 1.8-mm outer diameter were investigated by means of a high-frequency induction technique at 300 kHz. The heat generation measurement performed using water (15 mL) revealed that the(More)
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