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What Does Swept Mean In Following Sentence. Voltage Must Be Swept.

The question was - What does "swept in" mean?The simplest meaning is related to a broom - you weep the floor. dust and dirt moves and flies. That was applied to thing s like the wind or the rain sweeping in with a strong effect. (Or as tonight, on the US East coast, snow will sweep in.) In the Lord of the rings, the cavalry of Rohan sweeps all before them when they charge crying “DEATH!”In the sentence above, I assume it refers to her cultural impact, as well as, quite possibly, the way she would affect a group or a room. Think of a dynamic personality or force that just gathers everyone together and then moves them along.The sentence above also has some gaps. I assume it meant to say: “She really swept in like the fairy godmother that she always was to many of us.”Thanks for the A2A.

It means he is expressing, in guttural tones, disapproval of your feet. He is probably a dog or some other animal given to guttural utterances, but that’s not a given.Did you mean to say, “He groveled at my feet”? This would mean he (more likely a human) is abasing himself before you.A literal interpretation would be that he is crouching before you in subservient posture, his face at a level with your feet and abdicating all dignity — traditionally (in many cultures, and borrowed by many other cultures to the point of being near-global) an expression of acknowledging fundamental inferiority to you.More metaphorically, it’s abjectness and/or contriteness, with or without the physical posturing, but the effect is the same.

What does "hard-swept" mean?

Spotlessly clean, almost painfully so.

What does it mean to get swept?

In the big leagues, there are series of games usually 3 or 4 against the same team. Being swept is losing all of the games in the series. For instance, the Chicago Showdown, the Cubs and White Sox played 4 games and the first showdown, the cubs won all 4 games so the Cubs swept the sox

Please Help Me ^_^ change the active sentence into the passive form..... *5 :)?

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Current is the rate at which electric charge flows past a point in a circuit. In other words, current is the rate of flow of electric charge.Current is the effect (voltage being the cause). Current cannot flow without Voltage.Current is the same through all components connected in series.Current gets distributed over components connected in parallel.Voltage, also called electromotive force, is the potential difference in charge between two points in an electrical field. In other words, voltage is the "energy per unit charge”.Voltage is the cause and current is its effect. Voltage can exist without current.Voltages are the same across all components connected in parallel.Voltage gets distributed over components connected in series.

In my experience, the phrase “swept volume” is used in terms of defining the specific geometry of an object or structure that is directly contacted or otherwise affected by a system design and configuration. I realize that this is not really a definition, but to add some clarity, the term I have most often seen is “swept area”. Perhaps your question would consider these terms as similar?Beyond one reference being three (3) dimensional and the second being two (2) dimensional, the terms are each probably used to define a portion of some mechanical system - such as brakes - that requires a metric for comparing performance capability. In the case of brakes (disc brakes to be more specific), the “swept area” is that portion of the round brake rotor that makes contact - or that could make physical contact - with the brake stator or caliper. Basically you measure that portion (area of a circle formula here) of the rotor which is capable of being in contact with the stator (aircraft) or caliper (automobile or truck) when it is activated. This number equals the “swept area”.I know that during aerodynamic flap design considerations, the behavior of the “flap” is influenced by its position and angle (relative to the dominant airfoil - wing). This behavior evaluation uses a parameter called “swept volume” for comparison purposes, but this is not a sanctioned or officially recognized term as far as I know.

From Urban Dictionary:sweep me off my feetIt's an English expression referring to the feeling that one gets when completely taken by someone, carried away, and swept away (all emotionally).  It's basically like making someone fall in love with you in a short amount of time.

Total volume = Swept Volume + Clearance Volume.(Image source : google )Swept Volume is volume between top dead centre and bottom dead centre. As piston moves from one dead centre to another it sweeps this volume, so it is called swept volume. It is also called displacement volume. Which is mentioned in unit cc (cubic centimeter). Swept Volume tells how much fuel and/or air is sucked in and swept out of the engine.Clearance volume is volume left above top dead centre. This is the volume left when piston reaches it's topmost point. It tells how much original volume has been compressed.

The term CC represents the unit “Cubic Centimeter” of Volume. And in case of Engines it is used to represent the Volume of the Internal Combustion Engine Cylinders.The CC can also be represented in Liters, as shown below1000cc = 1000 cm³ = 1 Liter = 1.0L.The above section is the answer in case you are technically aware of what is an Engine Cylinder. If not, please read on.There are many types of Engines used for myriad applications in today’s world. The most common are the Automotive & Marine Internal Combustion Engines which operate on Fossil Fuels (mostly).In these Engines the fuel is burnt in a controlled explosion to generate Mechanical Energy. The controlled explosion happens inside a cavity within the Engine called an “Engine Cylinder.” Based on the type of the Engine & the application the number of Cylinders in the Engine may be just 1 or even as high as 12.Within, these “Engine Cylinders” are the “Engine pistons” that move up and down to create the & maintain the optimum pressure & other conditions needed for the controlled explosion of the fuel in the Engine.For easier understanding of the piston movement just imagine the movement of the plunger (piston) inside a Medical Syringe for an Injection.Every up & down stroke of an “Engine piston” within a cylinder covers a volume lesser that the size of the Cylinder’s Total Volume and is called the “Swept Volume.” Swept Volume simply represents the total Fuel i.e “Air+Fossil Fuel Mixture”Hence, the CC i.e Cubic Centimeters is the quantity of the Total Swept Volume of any Engine.Total Swept Volume, CC = No of Cylinders X Swept Volume of One Cylinder, cc.Now, the importance of this CC is that it represents the Capacity of the Engine. As “CC” is nothing but the amount of Fuel i.e “Air+Fossil Fuel” that can be compressed in one stroke of the piston. More the amount of Fuel that can be compressed, more the power that the Engine can generate.P.S : Sorry for the long post. I believe that “If I can’t explain it to a 6 yr old, I don’t know it myself”. Hence, the detailed post.