impressed voltage

impressed voltage

[im′prest ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
Voltage applied to a circuit or device.
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At the end of the 12 V impressed voltage test, the embedded steel specimens were broken and the sections were open, cleaned in pickling solution (concentrated HCl containing 20 g/L of stannous chloride and 15 g/L of antimony trioxide), then cleaned in distilled water, dried, and weighed as per ASTM G1-03 [31].
(iii) Better corrosion resistant properties were observed for PSC concrete types by showing a minimum current flow, lowest free chloride contents, and lesser corrosion rate, and thereby the time taken for initiation of crack period was extended in accelerated impressed voltage technique.
Caption: Figure 6: Comparison of corrosion rate of rebar in OPC, PPC, and PSC concrete types obtained by impressed voltage test (28-day cured specimens).
Caption: Figure 7: Comparison of corrosion rate of rebar in OPC, PPC, and PSC concrete types obtained by impressed voltage test (90-day cured specimens).
The polarized light in Y axis direction will change with the impressed voltage [21, 22].
Figure 4 shows the curve of effective index varies with impressed voltage.
The oxide synthesis is carried out at a fixed impressed voltage (50-250 V) and continued until the initial current fall down to a minimum current of 2 mA.
Careful design of the magnetics and core formulation are essential to address the greater flux exertions due to the higher impressed voltages.