circulating current

circulating current

[′sər·kyə‚lād·iŋ ′kər·ənt]
(astronomy)
A current that circulated in an abnormal direction in the atmosphere of the southern hemisphere of Jupiter between 1919 and 1934; its presence was indicated by the behavior of dark spots in the region.
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When the machine is loaded then neutral plane shifts and brush shorted out with commentator segments the result in circulating current flow between the shorted segments and large spark produced at brushes, due to spark it reduce the life of brushes and increase the cost.
In general, the circulating current between modules could be initiated by a small mismatch in the output voltage which leads to unequal load current sharing between modules.
These interconnected transformers increase the output voltage and suppress the circulating current inside the converter.
The output voltage is short circuit to the input to easily analyze the circulating current in the L-tank The block diagram acts as a series LC converter.
Otherwise, the circulating current will be high, leading to an increase in switching loss due to high peak switching current and high turn-off overvoltage across the semiconductor switches.
There is no circulating current between substations, and there is no master-slave relationship between substations, and any substation fault can be supplied by two adjacent substations, and the system reliability is high.
In inductive boost mode the circulating current in the TCSC is greater than the line current.
The range of services includes: cleaning public areas, cleaning in warehousesdocumentation of the circulating current and the company archives, cleaning the premises ina restricted access and require special protection and cleaning outdoor areas andcare of green areas.
Comparative to the tidal current and the surge current, the direction of the tidal currents is the unidirectional flow at the Bohai Strait, but the direction of the surge currents is in an anticlockwise circulating current and the surge current values are bigger than the tidal currents.
The first resonance around 5 GHz is the quasi-static resonance that arises from the circulating current along the SRR induced by the external electric field.
This type of weir is common throughout England and Wales but it created a dangerous circulating current which could trap anyone that was swept into it.
At the centre of the glass, the bubbles were free to rise rapidly, pulling the surrounding liquid with them and setting up a circulating current.