parallel wires

parallel wires

[′par·ə‚lel ′wīrz]
(electricity)
Two conductors which are parallel to each other; often used in transmission lines.
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As with the equations for parallel wires, the coaxial cable equations clearly show the same inverse relationship: reducing inductance by lowering the b/a ratio increases capacitance.
Soon after setting off alongside his sister on the parallel wires, Bailey fell.
This electric field is orthogonal to the two parallel wires and moves towards the load; thus there are positive charges on the top conductor and negative charges on the bottom conductor in the region of the transverse electric field.
Of the section, there are two parallel wires (2 x 315 mm.
The outdoor equipment includes a dish antenna, a dual LNB and two parallel wires connecting the dish to the set top box.
17] used two parallel wires embedded inside the specimen for double cantilevered beam (DCB) measurements ((Figure 3(a)).
Numerous ingenious mechanical fixtures have been developed to lock in the pretensioning in parallel wires.
To this aim, an array of parallel wires has been used to realize an appropriate host medium in the simulations.
One of the simplest layouts of three-phase transmission line has three parallel wires that are located at the same height from the ground and are equidistantly spaced (see Fig.
Comparisons of Amplitude Attenuations have been done between twisted and parallel wires topologies when:
The power lines consisted of two parallel wires suspended on unmarked wooden poles about 80 feet agl.
We found that grids of 20 [micro]m diameter parallel wires on a 2 mm grid introduce a false asymmetry of (1.

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