## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The lines of force corresponding to the charges in

in the lower and upper portions, respectively, of

perpendicular to those of the previous figures. The spacing between the

equipotentials ...

The lines of force corresponding to the charges in

**Figs**. 1.22 and 1.23 are**shown**in the lower and upper portions, respectively, of

**Fig**. 1.25. These lines areperpendicular to those of the previous figures. The spacing between the

equipotentials ...

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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. On

considering ... The current wave through RL of the thyrite bridge

, when a ...

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. On

considering ... The current wave through RL of the thyrite bridge

**shown in Fig**. 5.5, when a ...

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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 steel ...

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 steel ...

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