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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The electromotive force was 6.1 mV, 2.4 mV, and 1.9 mV for WC--Co, TiC--FeCr, and TiC--NiMo, respectively, at 440 [degrees]C, which is close to the maximum FSW temperature of aluminium alloy AW6082-T6.
For example, the quantity 0.563 in Table 1 is calculated from the electromotive force constant indicated by the boxed equation.
Thus, we deduced the relation between the effective value of the magnetic field and the one of the electromotive force given by
Open-circuit voltage was not impacted as the electromotive force of the electrode materials remained the same (around 1.2 V), but more current was produced with the higher anode and cathode volumes as more chemical reactions were facilitated.
where [omega] denotes the angular velocity of motor and [C.sub.e] is the back electromotive force constant.
For oxidation purpose they used Pd metal to encouraged electromotive force of 900 mV in the cell.
While an electric motor is rotating, whether powered or not, it generates an electromotive force (EMF).
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.
Temperature variations and exposure to high temperatures play an important role in long-term stability; relevant parameters include temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR), self-heating characteristics, and thermal electromotive force (EMF).
Electrophoretic separation was allowed to operate for 45 to 60 minutes at an electromotive force of 160 volts (150-200 volts).
We will use neutral wires and apply an electromotive force so that currents will flow in the wires.
But, despite synchronous motors which have sinusoidal counter electromotive force brushless ones generate rectangular or trapezoidal counter electromotive force.
This equivalent circuit includes an electromotive force, [E.sub.r], which represents the resting membrane potential, the electrical
For example, I, and presumably many others, have been led by commentaries on the Treatise to believe that Maxwell did not write down Faraday's law of induction (induced electromotive force) explicitly in his Treatise and that it was Heaviside and Hertz who first expressed "Maxwell's equations" in their more familiar contemporary form.
Case 1 (when no electromotive force is applied (no source term), i.e., E(t) = 0).