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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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To find the effective value of electric field strength we calculated total moment value of electric field E (t) = [square root of ([E.
The average diameter of the electrospun fibers as a function of the electric field strength for the four samples investigated is shown in Fig.
Experimental results of the electric field strength within a cross-arm of a real 400 kV straight-line tower (shown in Figure 10(a)) have been published in [19].
The carrier bridge space was characterized by walking around with a transmitter/receiver combination, and as in similar surveys of ordnance storage areas, the electric field strength was found to follow a [X.
From the viewpoint of the cooling capacity control, it is quite desirable that the flow rate can be controlled linearly by modifying the applied electric field strength.
Researchers evaluated dryer performance in each mode by varying factors including microwave power, electric field strength, air temperature to the drum, and load size, while measuring key parameters such as drying time, humidity, and exit air temperature.
LightHouse sensors, including the new cellular sensors, sit in the medium voltage distribution grid and provide critical metrics including load current, fault current, electric field strength, power factor, phase angle, sags, surges, wire temperature and harmonics.
This effect provides a reduction in the electric field strength above the top of the object, as a result of which the counter leader appears at high values of the electric field strength formed by the lightning channel, which leads to a decrease in the probability of the object being struck by lightning.
It is widely known in experiments for a jet emanating from a nozzle that the jet forms a conical surface near the nozzle which is now referred to as the Taylor cone [4], and a series of fine liquid drops or a thin thread is produced from a tip of the cone when the electric field strength is sufficiently large [5].
The experiment was carried out at high electric field strength values, and a relatively high wind speed was achieved.
The lower electric displacement observed in some composite films could be attributed to the lower film quality, which makes the applied electric field strength on the films to its breakdown strength.