electrical angle

electrical angle

[ə′lek·trə·kəl ′aŋ·gəl]
(electricity)
An angle that specifies a particular instant in an alternating-current cycle or expresses the phase difference between two alternating quantities; usually expressed in electrical degrees.
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The accident happened when he was using an electrical angle cutter while working in a Cardiff house earlier this month.
The accident happened as he was using an electrical angle cutter while working in a Cardiff house earlier this month.
The trapezoidal-type PMBLDC motor drive in each p /3 electrical angle two phases are conducting and last phase is floating.
This time the interval is later converted into the equivalent electrical angle which differs from the load angle for a constant value.
Since the pole-pair number of inner windings is designed as 5, the electrical angle between the adjacent two slot equals 120 Degrees.
The angle [alpha] is an electrical angle measured along the air gap in the frame of one pole-pair.
Housed in a dust-proof enclosure, the PS15 comes standard with a 240[degrees] electrical angle, 10k life cycle, and linear, log, and anti-log electrical tapers.
Spectrum's flange mount rotary potentiometer has an electrical angle of 50 [degrees] [+ or -] 2[degrees], independent linearity of [+ or -] 0.
In the conventional HVDC converter, the extinction angle y is defined as the electrical angle corresponding to the time at which the valve turns off to the positive zero-crossing of the line-to-line voltage at the ac converter bus, is given by:
Specifications of the potentiometer include an electrical angle of 340[degrees], an output smoothness of 0.
Mechanical travel is +/- 90(degree) with typical active electrical angle of +/- 45(degree), including both clockwise and counterclockwise rotations.
Tenders are invited For Supply Of Angle Grinder 125Mm And Electrical Angle Grinder 180Mm At Beml, Kgf Complex

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