Gauge

Gauge ( /ˈɡeɪdʒ/) may refer to:

Read more about Gauge:  In Measurement, In Mathematics and Physics, In Railway Practice, In Other Contexts

Other articles related to "gauge, gauges":

Loading Gauge
... A loading gauge defines the maximum height and width for railway vehicles and their loads to ensure safe passage through bridges, tunnels and other ... systems vary between different countries and gauges may vary across a network, even if the track gauge remains constant ...
Gauge Anomaly - Calculation of The Anomaly
... In vector gauge anomalies (in gauge symmetries whose gauge boson is a vector), the anomaly is a chiral anomaly, and can be calculated exactly at one loop level, via a Feynman diagram with a chiral ... If there is a gauge anomaly, the resulting action will not be gauge invariant ... by the operator corresponding to an infinitesimal gauge transformation by ε, then the Frobenius consistency condition requires that for any functional, including the (semi)effective action S where is the Lie ...
Gauge Anomaly
... In theoretical physics, a gauge anomaly is an example of an anomaly it is an effect of quantum mechanics—usually a one-loop diagram—that invalidates the gauge symmetry of a quantum field theory i.e ... of a gauge theory ... Anomalies in gauge symmetries lead to an inconsistency, since a gauge symmetry is required in order to cancel unphysical degrees of freedom with a negative norm (such as a photon polarized in the time ...
Wolseley, South Australia
... A broad (1600 mm) gauge railway was opened to Adelaide and Melbourne in 1886 ... the Millicent - Mount Gambier narrow (1067 mm) gauge railway was extended to Wolseley, creating a break-of-gauge rail junction ... In the 1950s the break-of-gauge was abolished by the conversion of the Mount Gambier line to broad gauge ...
Gauge - In Other Contexts
... Gauge, Inc ... a manufacturer of microphones and audio accessories Gauge (knitting), the number of stitches in a given length Change of gauge (aviation), when an aircraft type changes at a stopping point of a ...