balanced bridge

balanced bridge

[′bal·ənst ′brij]
(electricity)
Wheatstone bridge circuit which, when in a quiescent state, has an output voltage of zero.
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In the course, participants learn about the importance of a balanced bridge maintenance program; the organizational structure, roles, and responsibilities of a bridge maintenance unit; and basic information about bridge inspections.
Each strain gauge is then wired into a balanced bridge, consisting of two portions of an equal resistive value, formed into a Wheatstone bridge circuit.
Based on proven balanced bridge, inductive eddy current technology, the instrument makes high-precision static and dynamic measurements, and supports ambient, moderate temperature, and cryogenic-rated sensors.
The integrated detector TDA module consists of three detectors, including a light scattering detector, a differential refractometer detector and a four-capillary balanced bridge viscometer.
Some installations have found that they get better performance if their traveling bridge filters use a positive cell sealing mechanism and a balanced bridge support system.
A singular feature of the design is the use of two matched coils arranged in a balanced bridge.
3DAC] change in previous circuit (2), and equation of the balanced bridge would be
The Triple Detector Array consists of a light scattering detector, a differential refractometer detector and a 4-capillary balanced bridge viscometer.
The remarkably well balanced Bridges could give some young actors lessons on how to keep your head screwed on in showbusiness.