inductive circuit

inductive circuit

[in′dək·tiv ′sər·kət]
(electricity)
A circuit containing a higher value of inductive reactance than capacitive reactance.
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Neural network controlled optimized switched capacitor connected to the inductive circuit. R = 9.6[OMEGA], L = 0.0055H, C = 10[mu]F, AC source voltage = 26V, [omega] = 314 rad/s are the initial parameters.
The figure 8&9 shows the power factor obtained in an inductive circuit with and without using PSO Algorthim and the system performances are compared in Table 1.
In this thesis the switched capacitor is used control the phase shift in inductive circuits.
As the depth of the small intestine from the human body surface (interface skin-air) is considered generally to be equal to 5 cm [10], we have supposed that the distance between the in-body and the on-body antennas in the z direction is equal 5.2 cm to report the link budget ([S.sub.21]) where 0.2 cm corresponds to the minimum air gap between the RX antenna and the body surface, because the receiver antenna must be enough away from the body phantom to operate correctly as an inductive circuit.
Both SSHI and SSDI use a piezoelectric transducer attached to the structure and connected to an inductive circuit having an on-off switch [6-10].
Current starts flowing in the inductive circuit shown in Figure 1 and stops when the voltage reaches a positive value [V.sub.1], owing to the inductor and diode B in the circuit.
introduced its 2600 series of rocker switches for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits as well as common resistive circuits.
APEM Components recently released the 2600 Series of rocker switches, which are designed for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits, as well as common resistive circuits.
is offering its 2600 Series of rocker switches that are designed for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits as well as common resistive circuits.