ballast (noun) · ballasts (plural noun)
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Definition of ballast (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to steady or equip with or as if with ballast They ballast the canoe with large rocks. 2 : to fill in (something, such as a railroad bed) with ballast (see ballast entry 1 sense 3)
Definition of ballast. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a heavy substance (such as rocks or water) placed in such a way as to improve stability and control (as of the draft of a ship or the buoyancy of a balloon or submarine) tossed several tons of ballast overboard.
Ballasting and de-ballasting is a process by which sea water is taken in and thrown out of the ship's dedicated ballast tanks in order to ensure the stability of the ship. Home News
An electrical ballast is a device that limits the current through an electrical load . These are most often used when a load (such as an arc discharge) has its terminal voltage decline when current through the load increases.