Results for: Impedance

What does impeding mean?

Impede means to interfere with, block or slow something. For example, when you are impeding traffic, you are interfering with traffic, blocking or slowing it to less than ande (MORE)

What is the unit of impedence?

Impedance "Z" is measured in Ohms, same as resistance. The only difference is that this form of resistance is frequency dependent where induction or capacitances are involved. (MORE)

What is an impedance relay?

Impedance relays are used whenever over-current relays do not provide adequate protection. They function even if the short circuit current is relatively low. The speed of oper (MORE)

Lower Extremity Weakness

Muscle weakness has a very broad etiology. Since appropriate muscular functioning is a product of multiple systems working in concert, any impedance along the sequence can res (MORE)

Application Forms for Employment

Filling out application forms is one of the most common ways for people to gain employment. As such, completing application after application may be tedious and start to feel (MORE)

What is impedance?

If you pretend that the signals in electric circuits are of the form A*exp(s*t), where A and s are constants, and t is time, then derivatives of the signal and integrations of (MORE)

What is impedence?

Impedance is the measurement of resistance that a circuit gives to  current, which flows due to applied voltage. Impedance refers to  the ratio of voltage to current and app (MORE)

What is percentage impedance?

In electrical engineering, the percentage impedance of a  transformer is the voltage drop on a full load, which is expressed  as a percentage of the specified rated voltage. (MORE)