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What is the term that literally means to connect an electrical current to the earth?

The movement of water is like the flow of the electricity. Electricity must have a complete path for the flow. This movement is called?

Can charge flow through ebonite rod?

No, ebonite is an insulator. Charges can reside on the surface but not flow through

Does turbidity affect stream flow?

No. Stream flow affects turbidity though. It's one of the primary factors affecting stream flow in fact! Fast running water can carry more particles and larger-sized sediment. Heavy rains can pick up sand, silt, clay, and organic particles from the land and carry it to surface water. A change in flow rate also can affect turbidity; if the speed or direction of the water current increases, particulate matter from bottom sediments may be resuspended.

How does a turbine flow meter work?

The turbine flow meter translates the mechanical action of the turbine rotating in the liquid flow around an axis into a user-readable rate of flow. The turbine tends to have all the flow traveling around it. The turbine wheel is set in the path of a fluid stream. The flowing fluid impinges on the turbine blades, imparting a force to the blade surface and setting the rotor in motion. When a steady rotation speed has been reached, the speed is proportional to fluid velocity. Turbine flow meters are used for the measurement of natural gas and liquid flow

Is Bernoulli equation applicable for unsteady flow?

Yes. The Bernoulli equation for unsteady potential flow is used in the theory of ocean surface waves and acoustics.

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What is the natural opening where water can return to the surface?

A spring is where water can flow naturally onto the surface.

When does ground water become surface water?

When the ground water flow out of the earth surface as a form of spring.

When does surface water become ground water?

When the ground water flow out of the earth surface as a form of spring.

What are some ways that water can flow over Earth's surface?


What is a steep fall or flow of water from a high place on the earth's surface to a lower one?

A waterfall is a steep fall or flow of water.

What is a natural flow of water from underground?

a natural flow of water from underground

Where does surface water travel?

Surface water flows downhill or seeps into the ground becoming groundwater. The natural flow of surface water is downhill or seaward. See the related link for more information.

What is surface flow?

Surface flow is when water from the rain runs on the surface into the ocean.

What is a steep fall of flow of water from a high place on the earth's surface to a lower one?


What is the legal definition of a natural spring?

A spring is any natural situation where water flows from an aquifer to the Earth's surface. There is no special 'legal definition'. However, the laws in any particular jurisdiction can affect the owner's rights to divert or change the flow of water from the spring.

The water that moves across earth's surface after a rainfall is called?

This excess water is called surface runoff. Another name is overland flow. Surface runoff is important in the water cycle because it can cause soil erosion.

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