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equipotential

 [e″kwĭ-po-ten´shal]
having similar and equal power or capability.

equipotential

/equi·po·ten·tial/ (e″kwĭ-pah-ten´shil) having similar and equal power or capability.

equipotential

1 (in physics) indicating bodies that have the same electrical potential.
2 pertaining to lines of force that have the same electrical potential.

equipotential

having similar and equal power or capability.
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Where the gravity field is stronger, the distance between the equipotential surfaces is shorter (for example in point A compared to point B on Fig.
A subsequent electrical survey, using a drill hole equipotential method, tested all the accessible diamond-drill holes in the immediate area to establish a drilling target.
The gravity measured on the Earth's physical surface is not directly comparable with normal gravity, which is generated by some equipotential mean Earth ellipsoid.
As the operating table was manually operated it had no in-built earthing and was not connected to an equipotential earthing point.
Conducted Current Density, I, is the vector quantity of current passing through a unit area of an equipotential surface; it is the product of the electrical conductivity and the electric field intensity.
Because the distribution of waters with very high concentrations of arsenic bears no apparent relation to the direction of groundwater flow, a map of underground hydrodynamic behavior, or isohypse chart (meters above sea level [MASL]), was drawn with equipotential lines showing the morphology of the phreatic surface (Figure 2).
The geoid is defined as an equipotential surface of the Earth's actual gravity field, (generally) inside the topographical masses on land and more or less coinciding with mean sea level at sea.
In this simple version of viscoplastic law, the equipotential surfaces of the stress space are power functions of the viscous part of the stress (24).
SPREADSHEET PLOTTING OF ELECTRIC FIELD LINES, ELECTRIC FIELD VECTORS, AND EQUIPOTENTIAL LINES.
The DHL position also depends on instrumental factors (such as grounded stage geometry and position of biased detector) modifying the geometrical distribution of the equipotential lines in the specimen chamber and, the position of the DHL is thus not an intrinsic property of the specimen.
Furthermore, they appear in the analysis of sequences of polynomials orthogonal with respect to scalar measure supported on equipotential curves in the complex plane [13].
In Article 547, Agricultural Buildings, there are major changes in providing services to buildings and the entire premises, installation of equipotential planes, and new requirements for GFCI protection.