ground bed

ground bed

[′grau̇nd ‚bed]
(metallurgy)
In cathodic protection, a device that consists of an interconnected group of impressed-current anodes which absorbs the damage caused by generated electric current.
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Replacement of anode ground bed, anode ring mains and positive cable for the cp system on the heater conduits of tank t2 3.
In a filing with FERC last April, 1NGAA argued that conventional ground bed installations for cathodic protection commonly involve construction outside of the right-of-way and should not require approval.
In a filing with FERC last April, INGAA argued that conventional ground bed installations for cathodic protection commonly involve construction outside of the right-of-way, and should not require Commission approval.
Top driven rollers feed the lumber through on precision ground bed plates, holding it squarely against the bed plates during the cutting process.
APB machines are said to be the only press brakes that use ground bed surfaces; planed surfaces are more common.
Each consists of a rectifier unit rated at 230 VAC, 30 V, 24 A DC and a remote surface ground bed consisting of 20 high-silicon, cast-iron anodes.
For close distributed anode beds installed under the tank-bottom plate, the tank-bottom plate is located within the voltage gradient of the anode ground bed.
These discrete ground bed systems can either be deep anode ground beds or shallow ground beds located some distance off the pipeline.
These readings provide information on stack efficiency and ground bed resistance.
They have built new ground beds, raised beds, put up rabbit-proof fencing around the allotment, assembled a greenhouse, repaired the outbuilding, created a compost bin, set-up water butts and sown and harvested crops.
Replacement of deep well anode ground beds at tank farm, Mesaieed.
Over the last two years raised beds and ground beds have been created at the Salvation Army, Health Centre, Lawson Road, along the canal, by the bus station, Bradford Road Subway and Wellington Arcade with a mixture of fruit, vegetables and perennial plants.