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Optimization Phenomenological Quasielastic Isotropic Medium Simulation For Phenomenal Liquid Crystal

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Abstract:

The problems of these two technologies have caused more and more product designers to turn to liquid crystal (LC) displays, which have consequently experienced phenomenal growth. The success of liquid crystal displays has fostered continued development, to the point where full-color video displays have been realized which can rival. Details of the lens structure and of the devices fabrication and performance are described, simulation using the Jones matrix method. Director n can change from point to point and is, in general, a function of space. The transition can be approached by changing the impurity concentration or, indirectly, by tuning the temperature since the pinning strengths of the random and crystal potential have in general a different temperature dependence. Light from conventional light source or laser is passed through a polarizer and then incident on the spec imen. The resist profile simulation is carried out using the combined data thus obtained. The nematic liquid crystal is clear only when a long range order exists, in the whole medium. At the nematic-isotropic, transition temperature the medium becomes isotropic and looks clear and transparent.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2006-01-01

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