## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The power delivered to the

resistance and it is seen to be vanishingly small for either very large or very small

values of 2?j. The value of Ri which makes Pi a maximum is found by setting ...

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 or very small

values of 2?j. The value of Ri which makes Pi a maximum is found by setting ...

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When there is no

small. As the Locus of 'V with varying

When there is no

**load**, V„ and Vm are antiparallel and the net voltage V is verysmall. As the Locus of 'V with varying

**load**1 1X7^5 -'vg I V Locus of L with varying**load**Locus of V with varying excitation Fio. 12.16. — Vectors for synchronous ...Page 494

to make the Q of the coil very large since it must carry the direct-current

component of the plate current which reduces the effective n of the core; however

, a Q of 10 will increase the effective

...

to make the Q of the coil very large since it must carry the direct-current

component of the plate current which reduces the effective n of the core; however

, a Q of 10 will increase the effective

**load**resistance by approximately 10 without...

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