Definition of Ground cable
1. Noun. A mooring cable; runs from a buoy to a mooring anchor.
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Literary usage of Ground cable
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1. Transactions by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1914)
"... on either side of tower, and of 8000 Ib. at each ground cable support, and (3) A vertical load of 500 Ib. at each of the three conductor supports and of ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1915)
"Footings set complete 76 Towers erected complete 486 Power Cable erected (wire miles) 350 ground cable erected (wire miles) 116 Section M. Chatham to ..."
3. Electrical Review (1891)
"... as the handling of them includes practically every step of the work on any other kind of under ground cable. In insulating dry core paper cables a paper ..."