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gal·van·ic

(gal-van'ik),
Pertaining to galvanism.
Synonym(s): voltaic

galvanic

adjective Referring to galvanism, see there.

galvanic

Pertaining to direct current electricity, or to the shock produced by a direct current. See also FARADIC. (Luigi Galvani, 1737–98, Italian scientist).

gal·van·ic

(gal-van'ik)
Pertaining to galvanism.
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In the galvanic cell, voltage and current generated values by anode and cathode electrodes are an important parameter affecting corrosion.
Researchers [22, 23] discovered that the corrosion resistance of steels comprising various ferrite fractions was primarily determined by the galvanic corrosion resistance between the constituents of the ferrite phase and of other phases.
In the work of Hochez [18], simulation of galvanic corrosion between Mg and Al on a geometry like a self-pierce punch rivet joint has been performed.
In order to validate the results of the proposed model, a galvanic coupling IBC measurement on a human forearm is carried out.
Figure 7(b) plots the isolation between the two feeding ports with galvanic contact in soldering port shown in Figure 6(b).
The relationship between electricity and muscle contraction was first observed by the Italian physician Luigi Galvanic in the mid-1780s.
But with our new coating, as well as significantly enhancing the galvanic effect, we also found that our new activated zinc primer had a lower water permeability.
The work reported here was undertaken to explore the viability of several candidate electrochemical techniques in characterizing the efficacy of selected coating to steel SPRs and their impact on the subsequent behavior of the rivet as the cathode of a galvanic cell including adjacent magnesium alloy.
Galvanic corrosion, also known as dissimilar metal corrosion, can occur when two dissimilar conductive materials can come into contact in the presence of an electrolyte (such as water) and a pathway for electron transfer is created.
It features reliable galvanic three-port isolation of input, output, and auxiliary power supply, which prevents measurement errors or distortion.
More specifically, it has been hypothesised that white noise levels have an impact upon physiological measures of heart rate and galvanic skin response.