effective current

effective current

[ə¦fek·tiv ′kə·rənt]
(electricity)
The value of alternating current that will give the same heating effect as the corresponding value of direct current. Also known as root-mean-square current.
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The UK Government has consulted on how effective current enforcement against unauthorised encampments is.
The most effective current approach for changing Israeli behavior is the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement.
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In this case, the effective current conduction mechanism is called as trapfilled space charge-limited current (see the path 2 in inset of Fig.
The diagram illustrates that both the average and effective current values of M-arc show no obvious change after adding the T-arc, while the voltage of M-arc has a remarkable increase and the voltage of T is also higher than the setting one.
where [I.sub.1] is the effective current at 50 Hz, and [I.sub.n] is the effective current at n x 50 Hz.
Jane Harman and Liz Cheney, a Republican operative who serves on the Emergency Commitee for Israel's board (and is the former vice president's daughter), agreed on the threat Iran posed to Israel but disagreed over how effective current U.S.
Or, better, reversing the effective current sliding scale so that the 1.1 per cent kicks in to the higher bands, so no-one currently pays any more except in the highest bands.
In [18], the author etched a slot on the radiator to increase the effective current route, thus reducing the overall size of the antenna at the same required lower frequency.
The company added the effective current yield of the 8.5% Series A cumulative preferred stock is 9.24%.

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