Definition of Arcing
1. Verb. (present participle of arc) ¹
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Definition of Arcing
1. arc [v] - See also: arc
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Literary usage of Arcing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"Besides this an electrolytic separation usually takes place after a time and the conductivity of the mixture is destroyed by arcing. A very great variety of ..."
2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1906)
"These results showed that the non- arcing power is very much reduced in circuits ... I think the most feasible way to get at the non-arcing power of a given ..."
3. American Hydroelectric Practice: A Compilation of Useful Data and by William Thomas Taylor, Daniel Harvey Braymer (1917)
"It must be understood that arcing horns and rings are not a makeshift 15 20 25 Q»p ... Standard Gap Adjustments for arcing Horn Combinations to use poor ..."
4. American Hydroelectric Practice: A Compilation of Useful Data and by William Thomas Taylor, Daniel Harvey Braymer (1917)
"It must be understood that arcing horns and rings are not a makeshift m 900 M 250 3 ... Standard Gap Adjustments for arcing Horn Combinations to use poor ..."
5. Switchboards for Power, Light and Railway Service, Direct and Alternating by William Baxter (1910)
"It consists of a number of short cylinders made of non-arcing metal which arc held close to each other in a porcelain casing. ..."
6. Electricity Control: A Treatise on Electric Switchgear and Systems of by Leonard Andrews (1904)
"... current without heating—Circuit-breakers further required to break full load current without excessive arcing—Respective advantages and disadvantages of ..."
7. Elementary Lectures on Electric Discharges, Waves and Impulses, and Other by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1911)
"Semi-continuous Recurrent Oscillation of arcing Ground in Transmission Line. Fig. 63. — Semi-continuous Recurrent Oscillation of arcing Ground in ..."