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  • Info An anode is an electrode through which positive electric charge flows into a polarized electrical device. more...
  • Once the mass of material is known, the particular type of anode is chosen.
  • Their number depends on the application, with one anode usually provided per phase.
  • This figure is symmetrically set up so either end can be used as the anode.
  • In general elements just below the anode element in the period system need to be avoided.
  • During the production process of aluminium the largest part of the anodes is used.
  • The anode normally shows a dull to medium red color when operating at full power.
  • The arrangement of the anodes is then planned so as to provide an even distribution of current over the whole structure.
  • The primary calculation is how much anode material will be required to protect the structure for the required time.
  • The anode must be chosen from a material that is lower on the list than the material to be protected.
  • Anodes cast using this process do not require additional preparation after casting.
  • Many ships also use sacrificial anodes or an impressed current for additional protection.
  • The control grid is usually wrapped around the anode, except a small opening on its top.
  • When they strike the anode, they cause it to become negatively charged in that region.
  • The butts remaining are sent back to the anode producer, which re-used them in the process.
  • The factory also has its own production of pre-baked anodes.
  • The process placed anodes and cathodes closer to each other than before.
  • In an IGCT, the gate turn off current is greater than the anode current.
  • In other words, its cathode is positive with respect to its anode.
  • The primary advantage of this process is uniformity of the as-cast anode in terms of size and surface quality.
  • The anode is often treated to make its surface emit more infrared energy.
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Meaning of anode

  • noun A positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device
  • noun The negatively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current