ground plate


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ground plate

[′grau̇nd ‚plāt]
(electricity)
A plate of conducting material embedded in the ground to act as a ground electrode.

groundsill, ground beam, ground plate, mudsill, sole plate

In a framed structure, the sill which is nearest the ground or on the ground; used to distribute concentrated loads.
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where Vis the applied voltage to the system, and u' gives the distance from the membrane to the ground plate for (r', [theta]').
A uniform flow of U=30 m/s in the +x direction was given at the inlet boundary and the moving wall was given at the lateral face of the semi-cylinder, and non-slip conditions were prescribed at the ground plate and the car surface.
The dual-band Feeding antenna is located at the center of the ground plate and designed for operating at 2.
Because sand is easy to move, ground plates are well-suited for use in the desert.
With a ground plate and a pile the slip-trailed decoration can be made upstanding and stable.
9) had tried to analyze the filling process for a simplest case of just a single microstructure on a ground plate in three ways: full 3D simulation, 2.
The blocks to be used for the loaded LT, LR, and RT were solid-stacked in three layers between an electric charge plate and the top ground plate in the compressive loading part, and the blocks to be used for the load-free control were solidstacked in the load-free part (Fig.
Data was collected on various pieces of equipment in the fab and on each ground plate using an EM Eye[R] Field-Strength Meter.
7) The top conductors of the SS and ML are positioned on the same side of a single dielectric substrate, and share the same top ground plate (cover).
It is common for this ground plate to be connected directly to the mechanism that adjusts the spacing between the plates.
Abrading reinforced concrete about 55 m 3 , Ground plate concrete abbr.
The 42 F chilled-water supply is underneath the ground plate that holds the rails on which the mold blocks travel.