## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus the power delivered to the

power supplied increases as R. decreases, being a maximum for R. = 0. The

power delivered to the

resistance ...

Thus the power delivered to the

**load**is proportional to 8°. If R. is variable, thepower supplied increases as R. decreases, being a maximum for R. = 0. The

power delivered to the

**load**may also be considered as a function of the**load**resistance ...

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When there is no

net voltage V is very small. As the a synchronous motor and

the electrical phase difference generator (maximum power output shown).

When there is no

**load**, V, and V, are antiparallel - - Fig. 12.16.-Vectors for and thenet voltage V is very small. As the a synchronous motor and

**load**is increased,the electrical phase difference generator (maximum power output shown).

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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 u 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 u of the core; however

, a Q of 10 will increase the effective

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

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