electromotive force

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the rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit


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In the equation, was the electromotive force produced in the coil of the passive antenna, N was the number of turns of the coil and was the magnetic flux passing through the coil.
13 and 14, it appears that the transfer function between flux density and electromotive force, decreases the factional harmonics.
The upper and lower limits of the electromotive force are obtained for [theta] = 0 and [theta] = [pi]/2, respectively.
This magnetic field induces electromotive force in the metal which in turn induces eddy currents.
Therefore, higher temperature can increase electromotive force (E) which has an effect on the reaction rate.
With electromagnetic induction, a magnetic flux is induced between the power-transmitting and power-receiving coils, and operates based on electromotive force.
A single cell has an electromotive force of less than one volt and an output of only a few watts, so cells are connected sequentially in a stack to increase voltage and power output.
The magnetic flux created by currents passing in stator winding induces an electromotive force (emf) and currents in the rotor bars with frequency [sf.
Electromotive force tables for pure-element thermo couple combinations.
The secret behind this technology is the use of nano-magnets to induce an electromotive force.
Some specific areas investigated include nonlinear stress and deformation behavior of composite sandwich beams, a neural network approach for locating multiple defects, first-order size effects in the mechanics of miniaturized components, and deformation evaluation of solder ball joints by electromotive force.
As chlorine compounds exert an electromotive force on the platinum, changing its electrical potential, the controller compares this reading to that of the reference electrode.
Most connectors and test probes are made of beryllium-copper or phosphor-bronze materials that closely match the electromotive force (EMF) of copper.
I learned that the electromotive force is measured in volts, the current in amperes, the resistance in ohms, and the power in watts, and that these units always behaved in accordance with two rules, called "Ohm's law" and "the power law.