## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus the power delivered to the

power supplied increases as P, decreases, being a maximum for R, = 0. The

power delivered to the

resistance ...

Thus the power delivered to the

**load**is proportional to 6J. If P. is variable, thepower supplied increases as P, decreases, being a maximum for R, = 0. The

power delivered to the

**load**may also be considered as a function of the**load**resistance ...

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In this case the peak potential applied to the

between the alternating-current lines but the potential applied to the rectifier in

the reverse direction is equal to the peak potential. At b four rectifier elements are

...

In this case the peak potential applied to the

**load**is only half the peak potentialbetween the alternating-current lines but the potential applied to the rectifier in

the reverse direction is equal to the peak potential. At b four rectifier elements are

...

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hence the torque developed is T = -=xe cos a 2\/2 (12.8) Locus of ' V with varying

representing the generator voltage that is applied to the motor. Vm, which is ...

hence the torque developed is T = -=xe cos a 2\/2 (12.8) Locus of ' V with varying

**load**i This may be considered vectorially by the aid of Fig. 12.16. V„ is the vectorrepresenting the generator voltage that is applied to the motor. Vm, which is ...

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