equivalent circuit


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equivalent circuit

[i′kwiv·ə·lənt ′sər·kət]
(electricity)
A circuit whose behavior is identical to that of a more complex circuit or device over a stated range of operating conditions.
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Equivalent circuit representation of transformer HV winding for analysis of surge behavior with surge absorber block provided across 25% of winding portion is shown in Fig.
For determining the equivalent circuit and its parameters, a representative equation of circle was evaluated from the available Nyquist plot by the combination of curve fitting and mathematical solution through logical means.
The same equivalent circuit can also be applied to a bare, corroding metal in an electrolyte solution.
This proposed degradation route is a useful platform to describe the equivalent circuit diagrams and the EIS results expected at each stage.
i]) of the equivalent circuit transfer function by the corresponding constant phase element (CPE), for which the impedance may be expressed as (44-46):
The diode in the equivalent circuit will be reverse biased in this case.
Figure 2 shows the equivalent circuit of each cell in the network.
Equivalent circuit methods are advantageous when tests on in-service motors are not feasible.
FIGURE 1A illustrates the three-dimensional cross-section of an IC with a Serlles channel, showing the die, its associated package and pins (or balls), the PCB, and the mechanical mounting of the package on the PCB; FIGURE 1B shows the electrical equivalent circuit.
Among their topics are construction aspects and operation principles, steady-state equivalent circuit and performance, starting and speed control methods, losses in induction machines, motor specification and design principles, optimizing design, three-phase and single-phase induction motors, and super-high frequency models and their behavior.

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