## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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+ ir W = Bił + Rio Rir - Bił + R Lil Eliminating ir, the following parametric equations

are

rite W = Bio + Rir — Rio, (5.5) bridge. On assigning a series of values to ir the ...

+ ir W = Bił + Rio Rir - Bił + R Lil Eliminating ir, the following parametric equations

are

**obtained**relating it and V: Rir – Bio. - -------------- - - - * - THE E. Fig. 5:5, Thyrite W = Bio + Rir — Rio, (5.5) bridge. On assigning a series of values to ir the ...

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Kirchhoff's laws yield the W = Bio + Rir — Rio (5.5) . On assigning a series of

values to ir the curve of Fig. 5.6, giving the following equations: it = i + in W = Bił +

Rio Rix = BiH + Roi, Eliminating in, the following parametric equations are

Kirchhoff's laws yield the W = Bio + Rir — Rio (5.5) . On assigning a series of

values to ir the curve of Fig. 5.6, giving the following equations: it = i + in W = Bił +

Rio Rix = BiH + Roi, Eliminating in, the following parametric equations are

**obtained**...Page 368

Special switches are available which automatically perform this sequence of

operations. The normal magnetization curve can be

Ra and S3 by putting the specimen in a series of cyclic states

R1 ...

Special switches are available which automatically perform this sequence of

operations. The normal magnetization curve can be

**obtained**without the use ofRa and S3 by putting the specimen in a series of cyclic states

**obtained**by varyingR1 ...

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