multiconductor

multiconductor

(ˌmʌltɪkənˈdʌktə)
adj
(General Physics) having or involving several electrical conductors
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"The product line also includes 964i high-voltage switching system for multiconductor applications" (Figure 2).
Benato, "Multiconductor analysis of underground power transmission systems: EHV AC cables", Electric Power Systems Research, vol.
Sarkar, Linpar for Windows: Matrix Parameters for Multiconductor Transmission Lines, Version 2.0, Artech House, Norwood, Massachusetts, 1999.
Our products include miniature, microminiature, single and multiconductor cables, low-noise, high temperature, coaxial and hybrid cables, cables with reinforced jackets, and medical braids.
The multiconductor transmission line (MTL) equations have been thought to be an efficient model for interconnected lines [1].
Therefore, the future studies should further focus on the multiconductor and the whole of high transmission tower-line structures to clarify some phenomena observed from the field measurements or simulated wind tunnel tests.
Harrington, "Time-domain response of multiconductor transmission lines," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.
Parameters analysis of multiconductor cables and interconnects.
The new accessories include project enclosures, cut-to-length multiconductor cable and hook-up wire, circular cable connectors, and waterproof mechanical switches.
Actual researches [6], [8-16] deal with the complex analysis of lightning phenomena by simulation and modeling on high voltage power systems, considering the multiconductor vertical line model including the bracings and cross-arms for the tower model of the overhead power line.