circular current

circular current

[′sər·kyə·lər ′kər·ənt]
(electricity)
An electric current moving in a circular path.
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In the phenomenon we are considering, the Atlantic is the vase, the Gulf Stream the circular current, and the Sargasso Sea the central point at which the floating bodies unite.
Nevertheless, the horrific figures from Henderson Island put the scale of the world's plastic pollution problem into perspective, when one considers that Henderson is but a minute landmass in a circular current which rotates around an area of ocean about twice the size of Australia.
The generation mechanism and limiting measure of circular current that is occurred in the process of changing tap joint.
This model considers the effects of circular current EMI in paralleled interleaving DC/DC converter which has been neglected by the previous research.
The circular current helps dispose of waste more efficiently at a central drain, and the system requires only about one-eighth the water of a standard hatchery raceway.
The self-inductance of an isolated circular current loop in free space can be found using the fundamental relationship for mutual inductance if the two loops are considered to be overlapping.
The Gulf's strong clockwise circular current, or gyre, means that the nets become stuck in an endless cycle of 'ghost fishing; bringing with it a huge and devastating catch of precious marine life.
This is not easy to do if the eddy has a strong circular current, but it is effective in the calmer center of the eddy.
Funneled into the North Atlantic gyre, a clockwise circular current, they remain at sea for years as they mature.
Consequently, under normal incidence the sole means to excite the SRR pattern is to orientate the gap arm parallel to the E field direction with thus the possibility to induce circular current by the electromotive force across the gap.
Through this work, he and the team in Jones Integrated Ocean Processes (IOP) lab learn more about how the eddies, or circular currents of water, drive the biology of the region.
As they spread out around the globe, much of the rubbish gets accumulated in five large ocean gyres, which are circular currents and churn up plastics in a set area.