## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Hence the

they are zero. As an example consider the three conductors shown in Fig. 1.15.

Assume first that q3 = 0. In this case the discussion of the preceding section ...

Hence the

**coefficients**of induction are in general negative, though in some casesthey are zero. As an example consider the three conductors shown in Fig. 1.15.

Assume first that q3 = 0. In this case the discussion of the preceding section ...

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The

circuits and is generally written This is known as Newman's formula. It is evident

from the symmetry of this expression that Ln = L2i and in terms of this

The

**coefficient**of iiii is known as the**coefficient**of mutual inductance between thecircuits and is generally written This is known as Newman's formula. It is evident

from the symmetry of this expression that Ln = L2i and in terms of this

**coefficient**...Page 489

If the

are the same, to what frequency must the secondary be tuned for maximum

current at a signal frequency of 1 megacycle? 4. If the secondary circuit of the

preceding ...

If the

**coefficient**of coupling is 0.2 and the primary and secondary inductancesare the same, to what frequency must the secondary be tuned for maximum

current at a signal frequency of 1 megacycle? 4. If the secondary circuit of the

preceding ...

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