Acronyms that contain the term cutting of lines of force
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Emerging Issues Task Force
FASB Emerging Issues Task Force Issue Summaries
FASB Emerging Issues Task Force Minutes of Meetings
Sales Force Effectiveness
Accounting Policy Task Force
South African National Defence Force
Royal Air Force
Air Force Base
Japan Air Lines
Mountain Home Air Force Base, Arkansas USA
Air Force Plant 42, Palmdale/ Lancaster, California USA
Forbes Air Force Base, Topeka, Kansas USA
Mountain Home Air Force Base, Mountain Home, Idaho USA
Yokota Air Force Base, Yokohama, Japan
Pakistan Air Force Base Mushaf, Sargodha, Junjab, Pakistan
Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport, Oscoda, Michigan USA (formerly Paul B. Wurtsmith Air Force Base)
Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California USA
Castle Air Force Base, Merced, California USA (now closed)
Sacramento Mather Airport (formerly Mather Air Force Base), Sacramento, California USA
Southern California Logistics Airport (formerly George Air Force Base), Victorville, California USA
Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland USA
San Bernardino International (formerly Norton Air Force Base), San Bernardino, California USA
Hamilton Air Force Base ( Hamilton Field), San Rafael, California USA
Rhein- Main Air Force Base, Frankfurt, Germany
What does cutting of lines of force mean?
- Cutting of Lines of Force
- A field of force is pictured as made up of lines of force; a conductor swept through the field is pictured as cutting these lines. By so doing it produces potential difference or electro-motive force in itself with a current, if the conductor is part of a closed circuit.
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