Research and analysis

An investigation of the equivalent resistance, power requirements and field characteristics of electric fishing electrodes

The relationship between the diameter of ring anodes and their equivalent electrical resistance has been measured for a range of anode designs currently in use by workers in the UK.

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An Investigation of the Equivalent Resistance, Power Requirements and Field Characteristics of Electric Fishing Electrodes

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Equivalent resistance values have been measured for two designs of cathode. Measured values did not correspond well with published methods of calculating equivalent electrode resistance by theoretical means.

Published 1 January 2003