conductive coupling


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conductive coupling

[kən′dək·tiv ′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Electric connection of two electric circuits by their sharing the same resistor.
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At high frequency, the main coupling of the parallel lines becomes the conductive coupling.
Similarly, if the motor is coupled via a conductive coupling to driven equipment such as a gearbox, pump, or jackshaft, then such a discharge could also take place in the driven equipment bearings.
If the motor is coupled to the load via a conductive coupling, then protection should be considered not only for the motor bearings but also for the coupled equipment bearings.