making current

making current

[′māk·iŋ ‚kə·rənt]
(electricity)
The peak value attained by the current during the first cycle after a switch, circuit breaker, or similar apparatus is closed.
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Held under the theme "Technology and Partnerships for a Sustainable Energy Future", the event addresses the need for partnerships involving business, government, and civil society, and explore collaborative strategies for making current energy sources cleaner and more efficient, and producing and distributing energy in potentially new ways.
Held under the theme Technology and Partnerships for a Sustainable Energy Future the event addresses the need for partnerships involving business, government, and civil society, and explore collaborative strategies for making current energy sources cleaner and more efficient, and producing and distributing energy in potentially new ways.
The only losers would be those who gain by making current or prospective political opponents look bad.
By making current, real-time chemical safety and inventory data available on demand, the ChemSW system meets the vital and evolving business need to manage EH&S requirements as a synergistic whole along the entire lab-to-plant value chain.
In his key note address the Vice Chancellor said making current changes in curriculum, in line with the global requirements is imperative.
As far as the future is concerned, Barnes is full of energy and enthusiasm: "A year from now, it'd be nice to see Leftfield back in there making current music.
It has been reported that Apple will drop the familiar 30-pin dock connector from this new model, potentially making current accessories obsolete.
We believe the new pricing could raise Apatit EBITDA roughly by 50%, thus making current asset valuation potentially underpriced (state stake was earlier valued at $330m by BNP Paribas).
Specifically, it entails the constant introduction of new variables into and upon those systems, making current, possibly successful, processes obsolete or inefficient.
Called 'Immersive Telepresence', this technology provides an experience that's the next best thing to meeting face-to-face, making current international conferencing communications look primitive in comparison as it works its way into the high-end conference rooms of the world.
Nevertheless, there may be potential drawbacks of making current gifts.