ground return


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ground return

The radar reflection from the terrain as displayed and/or recorded as an image.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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BRITT ASSOMBALONGA'S City Ground return was wrecked by the boo-boys - and Mark Warburton could not have been more delighted.
When the fault occurs at any tower of an overhead transmission line in an effectively grounded power network, the fault current returns to the grounded neutral through the towers, ground return path and ground wires.
If Bath beat Wasps again in today's Recreation Ground return they will be undefeated group leaders going into a demanding January schedule which features home and away appointments with Toulon either side of tackling Leinster in Dublin.
For validation of the proposed method, a 14-conductor point-to-point connected cable bundle, 1 m long, set inside a rectangular cavity which is considered as a ground return shown in Fig.
For automotive applications with long wires, two channels are required, one for the power line and one for the ground return. For very high current applications, CISPR 25 specifies a 50-[ohm], 5-[ohm] H configuration.
* CITY GROUND RETURN: Former Nottingham Forest coach Sean O'Drsicoll is now manager
Harewood made his City Ground return as a second-half substitute in the FA Cup against Leicester last weekend after signing a deal until the end of the season following a spell in Chinese football.
Sarto, "A new formulation of lossy ground return parameters for transient analysis of multiconductor dissipative lines," IEEE Trans.
If the number of the measurements assigned to the ground return is overestimated cover will be underestimated, and vice versa.