inverse current

inverse current

[′in‚vərs ′kə·rənt]
(electronics)
The current resulting from an inverse voltage in a contact rectifier.
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If they want to lie by a little, or to refresh the crew, they come to Pirial along the coast; from Pirial they find another inverse current, which carries them to the Isle-Dumal, two leagues and a half."
Secondly, one calculates the homopolar, direct, and inverse current sequences [I.sub.0,29], [I.sub.1,29], and [I.sub.2,29] from equations (20) to (25),
Ranasinghe explained on his online portfolio that the system is capable of manipulating the properties of electric currents (magnitude, frequency, and polarity: inverse current) to formulate different stimuli.
Networks NN1 and NN3 represent an inverse speed controller and network NN2 is developed as an inverse current controller.

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