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  • When high-current circuits, such as camera flashes, draw their power, as the battery voltage gets lower, you need more current to deliver the same power to the circuit (voltage x current = power ≈ constant; as voltage decreases, current must increase).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Some Decent Rechargeable Batteries?

  • The capability of high-current, high-energy accelerators to produce neutrons by spallation from heavy elements has been used in the structural research of such materials.

    Accelerator-driven nuclear energy

  • Time to Fully Recharge at 110V/15A, very few people will be hooking up high-current chargers in the garage

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A 230 mpg Hybrid — and It’s a Chevrolet:

  • It's high-voltage, high-current D.C., which is not too far off of automotive electronics from a technology standpoint.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2009

  • It's high-voltage, high-current D.C., which is not too far off of automotive electronics from a technology standpoint.

    CNN Transcript Jun 18, 2009

  • Time to Fully Recharge at 110V/15A, very few people will be hooking up high-current chargers in the garage

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A 230 mpg Hybrid — and It’s a Chevrolet:

  • It's high-voltage, high-current D.C., which is not too far off of automotive electronics from a technology standpoint.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2009

  • In 1979, epidemiologists found that children living near high-current power lines in Denver got leukemia at 1.5 times the expected rate.

    The Force Is With You

  • Similar arguments can be made for “accelerator driven” reactor technology, where a high-current, high-energy proton beam is used to spallate fast neutrons from lead or bismuth, also serving as a controlled neutron source.

    The Neutron Dance

  • Similar arguments can be made for “accelerator driven” reactor technology, where a high-current, high-energy proton beam is used to spallate fast neutrons from lead or bismuth, also serving as a controlled neutron source.

    Archive 2007-06-01

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