traveling charge

traveling charge

[′trav·əl·iŋ ′chärj]
(ordnance)
A propelling charge which travels along the bore with the projectile as burning takes place. Also known as Langweiler charge.
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By adding the profit of van owner, total traveling charges would be around 600 rupees for each patient.
The new findings indicate that this sluggish rate stems from a ball-and-chain effect: Traveling charges distort the organic materials' malleable crystal lattices and then have to drag around those distortions.