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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Of the section, there are two parallel wires (2 x 315 mm.
Comparisons of Amplitude Attenuations have been done between twisted and parallel wires topologies when:
We found that grids of 20 [micro]m diameter parallel wires on a 2 mm grid introduce a false asymmetry of (1.
It creates an invisible electromagnetic detection zone between parallel wires that can be freestanding, fence-associated, roof-mounted, or in other configurations.
of Carp, Ontario, Repels offers a "detection zone along the path of two parallel wires that are supported by poles driven into the ground," said a company official.
Small lamps in designer shades are suspended from parallel wires.
His acrobatic feats in a skimpy tiger skin costume are very funny and honestly, it's difficult to see at first that he is supported from above by two parallel wires.
For Roy's method, capacitance is decreased using circuits that make electrical current in parallel wires transmit in the same direction.
Located at the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, the Z machine sends an enormous blast of electricity through an array of parallel wires a few centimeters across, vaporizing the strands and generating a powerful magnetic field that dramatically compresses the resulting plasma.
One company makes fixtures in the forms of angel wings and of little men who stand astride the parallel wires.
The simple device consists of several parallel wires stretched over an inclined frame, which reach down into even the deepest roller grooves to release stubborn resin, the company says.
Molex Incorporated introduces its MediSpec[TM] High-Density Micro-Ribbon Cables which replace individual primary wires and flexible circuits with ribbonized parallel wires bonded together using fluoropolymer technology into an organized, dense package for ease-of-routing and electrical length matching.

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