## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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on the current

time scale. Following this procedure, the complete current

on the horizontal time axis. Since the characteristic is straight, the current

on the current

**curve**has this ordinate and the same abscissa t on the horizontaltime scale. Following this procedure, the complete current

**curve**may be drawn inon the horizontal time axis. Since the characteristic is straight, the current

**curve**...Page 156

The actual characteristic traversed is therefore a closed

elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general direction of the direct-

current operating line of Fig. 5.11. The loop is described in a counterclockwise ...

The actual characteristic traversed is therefore a closed

**curve**in the form of anelongated loop extending out from the origin in the general direction of the direct-

current operating line of Fig. 5.11. The loop is described in a counterclockwise ...

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The screen potential is an additional parameter controlling breakdown. The

breakdown characteristics for typical values of this parameter are shown by the

dashed

resistance ...

The screen potential is an additional parameter controlling breakdown. The

breakdown characteristics for typical values of this parameter are shown by the

dashed

**curves**of Fig. 8.12. It is obvious that in all thyratron circuits the loadresistance ...

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