induced voltage

induced voltage

[in′düst ′vōl·tij]
(electromagnetism)
A voltage produced by electromagnetic or electrostatic induction. Also known as induced potential.
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Tenders are invited for Development of standards for determining the value of the induced voltage on the wires (cables) overhead line passing near the HV 6 kV and above or near the contact network of electrified railway AC, with different schemes and their grounding in the absence of grounding" for the needs of "IDGC of the South" Expiration date:03/20/2015 10:00
When switch 'S' is on, the primary winding of the transformer gets connected to the input At this time the diode 'D' connected in series with the secondary winding gets reverse biased due to the induced voltage in the secondary.
This leads to a situation where using only the maximum induced voltage is not sufficient to obtain the X factor.
Subsequent coverage includes ground resistance, general hazards, induced voltage due to electric and magnetic fields, de-energized and live-line work, arc flash, and atmospheric discharge, among other topics.
The output of the detection coil is dominated by the direct induced voltage from the excitation coil, and the voltage variation caused by the defect-induced eddy current change is buried in the large baseline signal at the same frequency.
To raise the electromotive force to a measurable value, 10 turns of winding was added to the given contour and the dimensions of the contour were chosen so that the induced voltage could be measured with a millivoltmeter.
The peak value of the induced voltage is proportional to the speed of the piston, the flux density of the pole and the air gap.
The survey wire should be reconnected to the pipe wherever possible to minimize the length of wire along the ROW and reduce the induced voltage levels.
F] is the excitation flux (referred to the induced), ud, uq, id, iq are the induced voltage and currents components on the two axis, i'F is the excitation current, Mel is the electromagnetic torque and J is the axial inertia moment referred to the brake's axis.
He then looks at various protection methods, shunt capacitor bank maintenance, system impact issues such as harmonics and induced voltage on the control cables, and economic analysis applicable to the power factor compensation.
120-degree rectangular wave motor control is realized by an input signal line that measures the induced voltage 4 of the motors and three-phase motor output.