metadyne


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metadyne

[′med·ə‚dīn]
(electronics)
A type of rotating magnetic amplifier having more than one brush per pole, used for voltage regulation or transformation.
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Among the experiments, are a load test of a direct-current series motor, a back-to-back test on two identical transformers (the Sumpnor Test), to measure the iron loss at different flux densities with a Lloyd Fisher magnetic square, to plot magnetization characteristics and load characteristics of metadyne generators, and calibrating a wattmeter and ammeter by Crompton's potentiometer.