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neutral point

[′nü·trəl ‚pȯint]
(electricity)
Point which has the same potential as the point of junction of a group of equal nonreactive resistances connected at their free ends to the appropriate main terminals or lines of the system.
(fluid mechanics)
(metallurgy)
In rolling mills, the point at which the speed of the work is equal to the peripheral speed of the rolls.
(meteorology)
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(optics)
In atmospheric optics, one of several points in the sky for which the degree of polarization of diffuse sky radiation is zero.
(physics)
A point where two fields are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction so that the net field is zero.
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Cables and cable assemblies must be usable on networks with alternating voltage / current (50 Hz) with effectively grounded neutral point.
Contract notice: Supply of 2 transformers 110kv / 36kv 21 mva transformers and 2 neutral point for the substation ronet.
Contract notice: Hiring the spotlight users of services provided by the general council of the judiciary through the judicial neutral point.
The use of a secure software element combined with our TSM architecture will provide a neutral point of contact between the users and the service provider, provide a cost-efficient solution for over-the air provisioning of mobile phones and reduce user lock-in imposed by mobile operators or mobile phone manufacturers.
construction of the primary technology: - delivery, Set-up and commissioning (ibn) of control cabinets of the 110 kv cubicles 1-7 to be set up, - primary and secondary connection of the new 110 / 10kv transformers and neutral point generators provided by the client, - delivery, Installation and commissioning of the 10 kv switchgear, Including secondary equipment, - supply and construction of raised floors, - construction of a system for earthing and equipotential bonding.
So, I have cordially tried to write the book from neutral point of view, so that young people can know the right history of our liberation war.
The index briefly hit its neutral point of 0 in July, before an August rally once again sent economic confidence northward, with the index hitting +11 in the middle portion of that month, likely because of a strong stock market and reports of strong job growth.
It found 8 percent of Filipinos in the middle or neutral point of the scale, 87 percent above neutral or generally happy, and 5 percent below neutral, or generally unhappy.
Abstract: A thermal cycling test program was developed to evaluate the effect of die size and distance from neutral point (DNP) on the thermal fatigue reliability chip array ball grid array (CABGA) fabricated and assembled with SAC 305 solder balls and paste.
Coach Jukes said: "From a neutral point of view, people probably wanted somebody to throw themselves into the mix and we've done that.
From a neutral point of view, looking on from down south, it was fantastic to see Aberdeen pushing and Hearts pushing so close, especially when people think Celtic or Rangers are going to win the league year in, year out.
A harsh decision it may have been from a neutral point of view, but that referee Steven Rushton failed to award a much more clear cut penalty 15 minutes later when Jennings was crudely upended by Clovis Kamdjo perhaps evened proceedings out.