alternating voltage

alternating voltage

[′ȯl·tər·nād·iŋ ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
Periodic voltage, the average value of which over a period is zero.
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Cables and cable assemblies must be usable on networks with alternating voltage / current (50 Hz) with effectively grounded neutral point.
There, they can record data on the mains frequency, on active, reactive and apparent power, on the reactive and active power factor, on phase angles, the harmonics of alternating voltage and alternating current up to the 40th order, and on the distortion of alternating voltages and alternating current.
In a Saw sensor, the surface waves are produced by passing an alternating voltage across the terminals of two interleaved comb-shaped arrays, laid onto one end of a piezoelectric substrate.
In doing so a small alternating voltage is generated which then trickle-charges the car battery.
The 5502A sources direct voltage and current; alternating voltage and current with multiple waveforms and harmonics; two simultaneous outputs to simulate dc and ac power with phase control, resistance, capacitance, thermocouples and RTDs.
Unlike Aoyagi's previous attempts to mimic a mosquito's bite, each of these parts is driven by tiny motors based on lead zirconium titanate (PZT) - a piezoelectric crystal that expands very slightly when you apply an alternating voltage.
Transrectifier is a device, ordinarily a vacuum tube, in which rectification occurs in one electrode circuit when an alternating voltage is applied to another electrode.
The Simulink diagram of rectifier circuit for an alternating voltage of 100V is presenting in Fig.
The DC input is given to high frequency bridge inverter circuit in series with a resonant circuit which produces alternating voltage.
time graph shows the alternating voltage produced by this type of generator and the voltage amplitude increases with time as predicted by Faraday's law of induction.
What is really meant is that this simple circuit, which can be built from parts available in an electronics shop, and the electrochemical system, built from electrodes and electrolytes, both behave in the same manner when an alternating voltage is applied.
When the alternating voltage is applied between the rubber compound, the dielectric loss will happen.

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