## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus the

by the

The relation between the relative rotation of the ends of the fiber and the

Thus the

**torque**produced by the electric force between the charges is balancedby the

**torque**of the fibel which is induced by the relative rotation of the two ends.The relation between the relative rotation of the ends of the fiber and the

**torque**...Page 415

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The

and carrying a current is d6 is p, cos 6 is d6. Thus from Eqs. (12.19) and (12.20)

the

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The

**torque**on a frame at an angle 6 with the fluxand carrying a current is d6 is p, cos 6 is d6. Thus from Eqs. (12.19) and (12.20)

the

**torque**on the entire rotor is given by ; - T = q), cos 0 in d6 T2 r ...Page 415

The

cos 6 is d6. Thus from Eqs. (12.19) and (12.20) the

given by T = J'o- cos 0 is d6 2 Tr *-i-s'. cos 6 cos (0 + 3) d6 T2 - *-i- cos 3 - Top}a,

...

The

**torque**on a frame at an angle 0 with the flux and carrying a current is d6 is p,cos 6 is d6. Thus from Eqs. (12.19) and (12.20) the

**torque**on the entire rotor isgiven by T = J'o- cos 0 is d6 2 Tr *-i-s'. cos 6 cos (0 + 3) d6 T2 - *-i- cos 3 - Top}a,

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