## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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At the right in

equipotentials due to two charges is indicated by the light circles of

1.22 and 1.23 are

1.25.

At the right in

**Fig**. 1.24 is ... The method for the graphical construction ofequipotentials due to two charges is indicated by the light circles of

**Fig**. 1.23. ...1.22 and 1.23 are

**shown**in the lower and upper portions, respectively, of**Fig**.1.25.

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The actual characteristic traversed is therefore a closed curve in the form of an

elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general direction of the direct-

current operating line of

The actual characteristic traversed is therefore a closed curve in the form of an

elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general direction of the direct-

current operating line of

**Fig**. 5.11. The loop is**described**in a counterclockwise ...Page 401

COS or (12.8) 2V2 This may be considered vectorially by the aid of

is the vector representing the generator voltage that is applied to the motor. Wm.,

which is

COS or (12.8) 2V2 This may be considered vectorially by the aid of

**Fig**. 12.16. V,is the vector representing the generator voltage that is applied to the motor. Wm.,

which is

**shown**at the angle tr – 3, Locus of V is the back emf. generated by the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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