Advertisement

Advertisement

two-phase

[ too-feyz ]

adjective

, Electricity.


two-phase

adjective

  1. (of an electrical circuit, device, etc) generating or using two alternating voltages of the same frequency, displaced in phase by 90° Alsoquarter-phase


Discover More

Word History and Origins

Origin of two-phase1

First recorded in 1895–1900
Discover More

Example Sentences

The hoax, entitled "Operation Bikini Bridge" by an anonymous user, featured a fairly simple, two-phase plot.

Each strand was a fine wire of two-phase material—the harder phase being borazon, the softer being tungsten carbide.

Two-phase of three-phase currents would give two or three positive impulses during this time.

The dynamos are alternating current two-phase machines, and are installed in duplicate.

This is also true as to either phase of a two-phase system with independent circuits.

In each compartment is a single bar, and the four bars form two sets for two-phase working.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement


twopennytwo-piece