electromotive


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electromotive

of, concerned with, producing, or tending to produce an electric current
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Intravesical electromotive mitomycin C versus passive transport mitomycin C for high risk superficial bladder cancer: a prospective randomized study.
Taking into account (3), the value of the resulting electromotive force in the stator back and in the elements of its fastening to the case:
For sinusoidal waveform motor configurations, the three electromotive forces [e.sub.1], [e.sub.2] and [e.sub.3] are approximated by the following three equations [14-21]:
The expression of the amplitude of the electromotive force is given by
The system's parameter values of PMLM are given as that in [22], i.e., the mass m = 5.4 kg, the resistance R = 16.8 ohms, the force constant [k.sub.f] = 130 N/A, and the back electromotive force [k.sub.e] = 123 V/m/s.
The amount of voltage (electromotive force) generated by any battery is specific to the particular chemical reaction for that cell type.
Temperature dependence of Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) (electromotive force (emf)) is reported for Li-Sn system in the literature to measure free energy components (entropy and enthalpy) associated with the alloy [12].
Field-weakening mode manages the phase advance between the current and the back electromotive force (BEMF) of the motor in accordance with the power requirement.
While an electric motor is rotating, whether powered or not, it generates an electromotive force (EMF), monitored by the Castell BEMF unit.
A BLDC motor uses a simplified structure with trapezoidal stator windings.There are two types of stator windings: trapezoidal and sinusoidal, which refers to the shape of the back electromotive force (BEMF) signal.
The experimental circuit diagram shows those two sources as an equivalent electromotive force (EMF) source E.