induced current


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induced current

[in′düst ′kə·rənt]
(electromagnetism)
A current produced in a conductor by a time-varying magnetic field, as in induction heating.
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The shape of the curve of geomagnetically induced current in HV winding of the substation power transformer repeats the shape of geoelectric field impulse curve, the maximum value of GIC is defined by the maximum value of the strength of geoelectric field E and varies from 15.4 A for E = 6 V/km to 82.6 A for E = 20 V/km (Fig.
This experiment aims to examine how the induced current levels of a test object change according to its distance from an energized overhead line and a relatively large grounded object such as a 3 m tall tower placed inside the laboratory.
In addition, it will evaluate the shear modulus variations of the MREs due to continuously variable induced current and validate the performance of the carbonyl iron powder (CIP) orientation in each MRE specimen via SEM images.
In contrast to the numerical method, the induced current Js on the rough surface are not based on the solution of a system of linear equations, they are determined by the tapered wave and the scattering field contributed by the [J.sub.o] and [K.sub.o] on the target as
Zhang et al., "Simulation of laser beam induced current for HgCdTe photodiodes with leakage current," Optical and Quantum Electronics, vol.
The induced current on the inactive element 2 has two parts, which are from radiation-emission (RE) coupling and from conduction-emission (CE) coupling.
The measurement of the distribution of induced currents using an induction sensor located and moved along the radius of the conductor surface and the direct measurement of the induced current density by the voltage drop at a given gap in the conductor.
Figure 22 compares the peak amplitude of the induced current in the PEC rod calculated by using the DM approach and closed form expressions, with those obtained from a commercial MoM package for different frequencies of the incident plane wave, ranging from 1 MHz to 10 GHz.
The induced current in the secondary coil is computed using an AC (frequency-domain) analysis.
Only in very special cases, for example, if a simple poloidal flow is exposed to an axial magnetic field so that the induced current flows only in azimuthal direction, the second term is zero.