Definition of Electrical line of force
1. Noun. A line of force in an electrical field.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Electrical Line Of Force
Literary usage of Electrical line of force
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Laboratory Manual of Physics and Applied Electricity by Edward Leamington Nichols (1894)
"... electrical potential at a point; equipotential surfaces; electrical line of force ; unit line of force, or unit tube of force; electrical capacity; ..."
2. A Treatise on the Theory of Alternating Currents by Alexander Russell (1904)
"The equipotential line in electrostatics corresponds to the magnetic line of force, and the electrical line of force corresponds to the line of equal ..."
3. Elements of Electricity: A Practical Discussion of the Fundamental Laws and by Robert Andrews Millikan, American Technical Society, Edwin Sherwood Bishop (1917)
"... along which a plus charge would move in going from A to B is called an electrical line of force. The electrical field is the whole region about A and B ..."