induced voltage

induced voltage

[in′düst ′vōl·tij]
(electromagnetism)
A voltage produced by electromagnetic or electrostatic induction. Also known as induced potential.
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Request for quotations : development of instructions for the preparation of jobs and access to work under induced voltage on a 330 kv overhead line
Neutral plane shift is defined as the plane within the machine where the velocity of rotor wire is exactly parallel to magnetic flux lines so, that induced voltage is zero.
Bevir, "The theory of induced voltage electromagnetic flowmeters," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol.
Kamsani et al., (2017) the response to the electromagnetic signals generated from the outside anomaly of the borehole is different: for the loops directly facing anomaly, the signal of reply value is positive; for the loops reversely facing anomaly, the induced voltage is negative.
This law states that the induced voltage inside the coils is caused by the alternation of the magnetic flux flowing through them.
From Figure 9, it is evident that the primary-to-pick-up mutual inductances are approximately equal; therefore, the induced voltage, [u.sub.OC], will become zero if the pick-up coils are placed in the center of three-phase primary coils.
All low-level signals are subject to thermally induced voltage offsets based on the Seebeck effect.
When switch 'S' is on, the primary winding of the transformer gets connected to the input At this time the diode 'D' connected in series with the secondary winding gets reverse biased due to the induced voltage in the secondary.
The capacitance coupling the body to the HV lines combined with its capacitance to ground dictates the induced voltage levels.
This leads to a situation where using only the maximum induced voltage is not sufficient to obtain the X factor.
The discharge MF has been large enough, and the induced voltage signal accordingly has been strong.