## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus the

galvanometer deflection , is evidently ReRs = RiRo or R = ( 4 . 24 ) < ig R2 This is

known as the balance

Thus the

**condition**that i , shall be equal to zero , i . e . , that there shall be nogalvanometer deflection , is evidently ReRs = RiRo or R = ( 4 . 24 ) < ig R2 This is

known as the balance

**condition**of the bridge and as it is determined by a null ...Page 462

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The

maximum power transfer to a resistance in the secondary can be derived from Eq

. ( 14 . 6 ) . From this equation the magnitude of the secondary current is wM in =

1 ...

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The

**condition**for maximum secondary current ormaximum power transfer to a resistance in the secondary can be derived from Eq

. ( 14 . 6 ) . From this equation the magnitude of the secondary current is wM in =

1 ...

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When M has been increased so that RiR , < w M ? , both

11 ) apply , but further analysis shows that the first yields a minimum , given of

course by Eq . ( 14 . 12 ) . The substitution of the second

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When M has been increased so that RiR , < w M ? , both

**conditions**of Eq . ( 14 .11 ) apply , but further analysis shows that the first yields a minimum , given of

course by Eq . ( 14 . 12 ) . The substitution of the second

**condition**in the equation...

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