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electric field

the lines of force exerted on charged ions in the tissues by the electrodes that cause charged particles to move from one pole to another.

electric field

The region in space in which the attractive or repulsive effects of a given electric charge have an effect.
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Results of using various electrodes (point to point, plate, rod and wire), various distances between electrodes (3, 6 and 9cm) in various voltage and currents proved that point to point electrode with distance of 3 cm and higher electrostatic field intensity has most effective reducing the glycerin separation time.
The company produces all kinds of traffic signs and performs the activities of road marking, car service and painting of metallic surfaces in electrostatic field.
The electrostatic field at the tip surface increases at the regions of high curvature.
The majority of these relies on mechanical and electrostatic field effects.
Electrostatic field of a rectilinear wire (cross-section radius a) coaxial with a grounded tubular metallic cylinder (radius R) is described by the formulas:
A sharp point in a strong electrostatic field will leak off electrons by ionizing the adjacent air molecules, providing the point's potential is raised 10,000 volts above that of its surroundings.
Senstar-Stellar's product line includes buried cable sensors, fence sensors, electrostatic field sensors, microwave sensors, video intrusion detection sensors, infrared LED illuminators and system integration tools.
The electrostatic field creates an extremely accurate assessment of the tablet parameters and measures each against pre-set parameters as it falls throughout the field.
Magnetically-charged particles form a spray cloud that is concentrated within an electrostatic field so that, with the assistance of AAIC, the chemicals reach every surface.
The top of the head is then bathed by a mild, pulsing electrostatic field.
For the production of microfiber nonwovens, German roll goods producer Freudenberg, the largest producer of nonwovens in the world and a leading nonwovens supplier to the filtration market, has developed and patented a process called electrostatic spinning, in which polymer fibers are spun in an electrostatic field.
An electrostatic field is created and as the dust-laden gas passes through the field, the particles become negatively charged.

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