Closed Circuit

  • (noun): A complete electrical circuit around which current flows or a signal circulates.
    Synonyms: loop

Some articles on closed circuit, closed, circuits, circuit:

Savoia-Marchetti S.64 - Record Flights
... km (4,791 mi) – a new world distance record over a closed circuit – and stayed aloft for 58 hours 34 minutes – a new world endurance record ... designated the S.64bis, set out to reconquer the duration and closed-circuit distance records that been broken since Ferrarin and del Prete's flight. 30 May and 2 June, Umberto Maddalena and Fausto Cecconi flew from Montecelio in a closed circuit and covered 8,188 km (5,088 mi) in 67 hours 14 minutes, establishing new distance and ...
History Of Electromagnetic Theory - 19th Century - Middle 19th Century
... About 1850 Kirchhoff published his laws relating to branched or divided circuits ... retarding effect of self-induction under certain conditions of the circuit ... nature of the electric discharge of a condenser circuit ...
Helicoptor - History - Early Development
... On 4 May, Oehmichen set the first 1 km closed-circuit helicopter flight in 7 minutes 40 seconds with his No ... On 14 December 1935, he set a record for closed-circuit flight with a 500-meter (1,600 ft) diameter ... flight duration record of one hour, two minutes and 5 seconds over a 44 kilometer (27 mi) closed circuit at 44.7 kilometers per hour (27.8 mph) ...
Closed-circuit
... closed-circuit can refer to closed-circuit television closed-circuit radio rebreather breathing sets Closed Circuit (film), a 1978 Italian film In radio/television broadcasting ...
Viper (rebreather)
... Operating mode Viper SC and Viper Plus, Semi-closed or closed circuit Viper E, automatic electronic closed circuit with 3 sensors and 2 independent ... The Viper SC can be upgraded to fully closed circuit electronic gas mixing for 100 meter operations ...

Famous quotes containing the words circuit and/or closed:

    each new victim treads unfalteringly
    The never altered circuit of his fate,
    Bringing twelve peers as witness
    Both to his starry rise and starry fall.
    Robert Graves (1895–1985)

    One man’s observation is another man’s closed book or flight of fancy.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)