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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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The more grounded devices we interconnect, the greater the possibility of producing electrical noise currents in the bus ground system.
What's more, he notes, in situations where a community water system links pipes from one home to another, the return current running through grounded water pipes at one residence can enter an adjacent home, driving up magnetic fields there -- even if all power to the second home is shut off.
For safety, the molten bath is electrically grounded with rods which extend through the bottom of the refractory lining.
WHEN USING MULTIPLE RODS ALWAYS CONNECT ALL THE RODS TOGETHER, THE FINAL ROD BEING CONNECTED TO THE EQUIPMENT TO BE GROUNDED.
Unless you check it regularly, you won't know if you're still grounded.
C & E shops need to make sure the source of DC voltage in their shop is correctly grounded.