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Charging current

Wire and Cable Glossary
    The current produced when a dc voltage is first applied to conductors of an unterminated cable. it is caused by the capacitive reactance of the cable, and decreases exponentially with time.




Chargé des méthodes, французский

Charge, английский
  1. In criminal law, each thing the defendant is accused of. (see count)

  2. The amount of refrigerant in a system.

  3. Заряд; заправка; загрузка

  4. Заряд

  5. To run into an opponent; legal if done from the front or side of the ball carrier; illegal against a player without the ball or from behind.

  6. The quantity of refrigerant in a refrigeration system.

  7. The proportional quantity of powder and ball wherewith a gun is loaded for execution. the rules for loading large ordnance are: that the piece be first cleaned or scoured inside; that the proper quantity of powder be next driven in and rammed down, care however being taken that the powder in ramming be not bruised, because that weakens its effect; that a little quantity of paper, lint, or the like, be rammed over it, and then the ball be intruded. if the ball be red hot, a tompion, or trencher of green wood, is to be driven in before it. also, in martial law, an indictment or specification of the crime of which a prisoner stands accused. also, in evolutions, the brisk advance of a body to attack an enemy, with bayonets fixed at the charge, or firmly held at the hip. also, the command on duty, every man`s office.—a ship of charge, is one so deeply immersed as to steer badly.—to charge a piece, is to put in the proper quantity of ammunition.

  8. [1] the explosive or propellant with which a gun or shell is loaded. [2] to load a gun or a vessel. [3] a formal accusation of infraction of discipline or crime. [4] to store electrical energy in a battery. [5] to pressurize a pneumatic or hydraulic system. [6] a figure, badge, or heraldic symbol on the field of a flag.


Charge, английский

Charge (a), английский
    Charge (une)


Charge (a), английский

Charge (cost), английский
    Стоимость


Charge (la);enfournement;lit de, французский

Charge (of capacitors or batteries), английский

Charge (une), французский

Charge admissible, французский

Charge axiale / sur essieu, французский

Charge corotron, английский

Charge coupled device, английский
    Прибор с зарядовой связью, пзс


Charge coverage coefficient, английский

Charge de calcul, французский

Charge de la preuve, французский

Charge de rupture, французский

Charge feedback, английский

Charge indicator, английский

Charge information message, английский

Charge information message (crg), английский

Unterminated, английский
    Video input of apiece of equipment, wired so as to allow the video signal to be fed to further equipment. does not necessarily include extra sockets for the extra cables.


Capacitive, английский

Exponentially, английский

Exponential, английский
    A надстроенный sound


Chlorinated polyethylene (cpe), английский
    A synthetic rubber jacketing compound.


Capillary action, английский
    The phenomenon of liquid rising in a small interstice due to surface tension.