degaussing control

degaussing control

[dē′gau̇s·iŋ kən‚trōl]
(electromagnetism)
A control that automatically varies the current in the degaussing cable as a ship changes heading or rolls and pitches.
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Ships Protective Systems is a new contract combining the in-service support requirements for Cathodic Protection (CP), Degaussing Control (DGC), and Shaft Grounding (SG) systems (both active and passive) currently fitted to a number of in service MOD platforms, with scope to include future platforms including the Queen Elizabeth Class.