angle of current

angle of current

[′aŋ·gəl əv ′kər·ənt]
(hydrology)
In stream gaging, the angular difference between 90° and the angle made by the current with a measuring section.
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Essentially, advance commutation changes the amplitude and phase angle of current and then the torque.
[delta](t) is the included angle of current location to path endpoint ligature and the path of the UUV,[ .sub.plos] ([x.sub.los], [y.sub.los]) is the current foresight point, is the expecting angle, [alpha](t) is the included angle of foresight vector quantity and the expected path, and [R.sub.accept] is the switching condition of the two expected straight line segments.
here U and I is the voltage and current of primary circuit in per units; [[delta].sub.U] and [[delta].sub.I] is the determined relative errors of voltage and current measuring transformers; [phi] is the lagging angle of current over voltage of primary circuit current; [[delta].sub.[phi]U] and [[delta].sub.[phi]I] is the determined phase angle errors of voltage and current measuring transformers.