## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. For the general circuit calculations that can be

carried out with the aid of the alternating-current theory of later chapters it is

necessary to know the

of such a ...

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. For the general circuit calculations that can be

carried out with the aid of the alternating-current theory of later chapters it is

necessary to know the

**amplitudes**of the various harmonics. The Fourier analysisof such a ...

Page 166

Calculate the

components. 10. Using the cubic approximation for the characteristic of a filament

[Eq. (5.2)] calculate the

potential ...

Calculate the

**amplitudes**of the constant term and the various harmoniccomponents. 10. Using the cubic approximation for the characteristic of a filament

[Eq. (5.2)] calculate the

**amplitudes**of the current harmonics for a sinusoidalpotential ...

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A variation in either the

average anode current. Both these methods are used in Vblts /Breakdown grid '

potential corresponding to the existing plate potential Conducting period

Conducting ...

A variation in either the

**amplitude**or phase of the grid wave will affect theaverage anode current. Both these methods are used in Vblts /Breakdown grid '

potential corresponding to the existing plate potential Conducting period

Conducting ...

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