Simulation of three-dimensional director structures in twisted nematic liquid crystal displays

Lien, A.
March 1993
Applied Physics Letters;3/8/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p1079
Academic Journal
Examines the simulation of three-dimensional director structures in twisted nematic liquid crystal displays (LCD). Usage of twisted nematic modes in LCD; Distinction between the cell structure sizes of pixel and common electrodes; Calculation of the voltage distribution in analyzing pixel reverse tilt domain.


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