ground ring

ground ring

A bare copper wire, laid underground in the shape of a loop around the exterior of a building; at the corners of the building and other appropriate locations, ground rods are installed and connected to the loop.
References in classic literature ?
And how delightful is a walk when the frozen ground rings beneath our swinging tread--when our blood tingles in the rare keen air, and the sheep-dogs' distant bark and children's laughter peals faintly clear like Alpine bells across the open hills
Approximately 860 m ground ring earth stainless steel;
The ground ring provides plenty of stiffness--the flex equatorial platform merely holds the bearings in the right place.
In this section, the wide-band defected ground ring antenna is studied in detail.
A radial electrodes connected to a ground ring bonded together is one sure way of dividing the lightning current [9].
In the gear bearing reducer version, the load goes from output ring to upper planet to lower planet to ground ring, a much stronger path, according to Vranish.
The VSPA version consists of an integrated stainless steel ESD (electrostatic discharge) ground ring to provide exceptional tolerance to ESD events, and ultra-stiff package pins that result in a rugged sensor package suitable for heavy-use outdoor access or automotive applications.
The occupied area of the designed glass IPD dual-band bandpass filter, excluding the outer ground ring and test pads, is 1 mm x 0.
The design also allows for the ability to have both a power and ground ring to provide enhanced electrical performance for today's high performance devices.
Tower ground ring to be bonded to the building ground ring at 2 locations.