## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Page 407

The length of the magnetic circuit is, of course, kept as short as possible

consistent with adequate space for winding and insulation. V« then determines

np and n. is given by the desired

losses in the ...

The length of the magnetic circuit is, of course, kept as short as possible

consistent with adequate space for winding and insulation. V« then determines

np and n. is given by the desired

**output**potential. In order to avoid excessivelosses in the ...

Page 418

Taking the rated current as that which gives a product of the current times the

number of conductors per centimeter of armature periphery of 125, show that the

rated current

a ...

Taking the rated current as that which gives a product of the current times the

number of conductors per centimeter of armature periphery of 125, show that the

rated current

**output**is 8.2 amp. and that the rated power**output**is 1 kw. Assuminga ...

Page 448

Use of the balanced circuit to prevent interaction of

amplifiers, (a) Neutrodyne circuit; (6) equivalent bridge circuit, (c) Capacitance

neutralization; (d) equivalent bridge circuit. of the monocyclic square.

Applications of ...

Use of the balanced circuit to prevent interaction of

**output**and input for triodeamplifiers, (a) Neutrodyne circuit; (6) equivalent bridge circuit, (c) Capacitance

neutralization; (d) equivalent bridge circuit. of the monocyclic square.

Applications of ...

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