## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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... Fig . 5 . 11 . The loop is described in a counterclockwise sense in the positive

quadrant shown in that figure and in a clockwise sense in the negative quadrant .

... The current wave through Ry of the thyrite bridge

... Fig . 5 . 11 . The loop is described in a counterclockwise sense in the positive

quadrant shown in that figure and in a clockwise sense in the negative quadrant .

... The current wave through Ry of the thyrite bridge

**shown in Fig**. 5 . 5 , when a ...Page 387

The frame of the machine , which is of iron or steel , provides a low - reluctance

path for the flux , as

armature rotates . The reluctance of this gap is reduced by winding the armature

on a ...

The frame of the machine , which is of iron or steel , provides a low - reluctance

path for the flux , as

**shown in Fig**. 12 . 7 , except for the region in which thearmature rotates . The reluctance of this gap is reduced by winding the armature

on a ...

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8 ) TVO k to This may be considered vectorially by the aid of

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

which is

8 ) TVO k to This may be considered vectorially by the aid of

**Fig**. 12 . 16 . V , isthe vector representing the generator voltage that is applied to the motor . Vm ,

which is

**shown**at the angle a – B , Locus of v is the back emf . generated by the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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