## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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If P. is variable, the power supplied increases as P, decreases, being a

for R, = 0. The power delivered to the load may also be considered as a function

of the load resistance and it is seen to be vanishingly small for either very large ...

If P. is variable, the power 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 and it is seen to be vanishingly small for either very large ...

Page 124

The deflection will be a

a

...

The deflection will be a

**maximum**when the power dissipated in the instrument isa

**maximum**and the general power theorem shows that the deflection will be a**maximum**subject to a constant emf. and bridge resistance when the resistance of...

Page 462

The condition for

resistance in the secondary can be derived from Eq. (14.6). From this equation

the magnitude of the secondary current is t, = V 7 wM (14.8) The determination of

the ...

The condition for

**maximum**secondary current or**maximum**power transfer to aresistance in the secondary can be derived from Eq. (14.6). From this equation

the magnitude of the secondary current is t, = V 7 wM (14.8) The determination of

the ...

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