forward direction

forward direction

[¦fȯr·wərd də′rek·shən]
(electronics)
Of a semiconductor diode, the direction of lower resistance to the flow of steady direct current.
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She added that on forward direction, the ERC will need to consult the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) as to how they will handle specific appeal or filing with the Commission relative to the case.
The upcoming budget will be an important one, as it will be expected to provide the booster to this forward direction.
Under the hood, SAA6D170E-7 engine has a net horsepower of 609 hp in the forward direction and 748 hp in the reverse direction.
He said we all should work together to take the democratic process of the country in a forward direction.
TIME plods on, at one hour per hour, in a forward direction.
We went for an early evening disco nap, after a day of walking up steep hills and exploring cobbled back streets without whiney children who have decided they can't move in a forward direction on their legs for a moment longer.
Based on a pre-selected, desired temperature range, the fans automatically run in the forward direction at the ideal speed to create a cooling effect and as the indoor temperature rises.
While you can marvel at the vista around you, travelling is done in forward direction only - essentially reducing the level design to an impressive corridor you travel down.
Joey Barton 6 Sat in front of the back four and kept the ball moving at pace and in a forward direction.
Conveyer belt-A with the help of Motor-A, will operate only in forward direction.
We're all really trying to drive on in a forward direction in greyhound racing.

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