## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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changes the armature and field currents in opposite senses , is

equations to yield approximately the same speed control with a smaller change

in torque . For starting a motor of this type a series resistance should be included

in ...

changes the armature and field currents in opposite senses , is

**seen**from theequations to yield approximately the same speed control with a smaller change

in torque . For starting a motor of this type a series resistance should be included

in ...

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energy is dissipated and the sum of the electrical energy in the condenser and

the magnetic energy in the inductance is constant , i . e . , 18 + Li * = 28 24 This

may also be

q ...

energy is dissipated and the sum of the electrical energy in the condenser and

the magnetic energy in the inductance is constant , i . e . , 18 + Li * = 28 24 This

may also be

**seen**by forming the equation from the previous expressions for i andq ...

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5 ) . curl v = vxor ( + + keine ) ( ivs + jou + kv . ) curl v = a ne sme + ( n - serie ) +

kalho e orie ) ( D . 14 ) This is also

determinant : i j k a ô ô ox dy Oz curl v = ( D . 14 ) The vector curl v is always

solenoidal ...

5 ) . curl v = vxor ( + + keine ) ( ivs + jou + kv . ) curl v = a ne sme + ( n - serie ) +

kalho e orie ) ( D . 14 ) This is also

**seen**to be the expansion of the followingdeterminant : i j k a ô ô ox dy Oz curl v = ( D . 14 ) The vector curl v is always

solenoidal ...

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