direct voltage


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direct voltage

[də¦rekt ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
A voltage that forces electrons to move through a circuit in the same direction continuously, thereby producing a direct current. Also known as direct-current voltage.
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The HVDC submarine cable link, also known as the Neptune project, transmits as much as 660 MW of electrical energy at a direct voltage of 500 kV.
The rectifier is composed from four semiconductors diodes by a bridge connection, which able rectifying of alternating voltage and than being filtrated by L-C filer to get a signal of direct voltage.
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