resistive load

resistive load

[ri′zis·tiv ′lōd]
(electricity)
A load whose total reactance is zero, so that the alternating current is in phase with the terminal voltage. Also known as nonreactive load.
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The equations related to the operation of the circuit are deduced for the purely resistive load and for the inductive load.
This mode when the GPVCP operates on a resistive load in the form of ten TBO-10 resistors with a nominal resistance 560 [ohm] each is illustrated in Fig.
The hardware of the ILBC system is fabricated and tested in the laboratory with a resistive load.
The converter was supplied by 36V DC voltage source and output of converter was loaded by resistive load.
Terminal Iterative Equations for Resistive Load in MRTD Scheme.
A resistive load test will verify that a generator's prime mover is working, but it will not identify how well it will actually perform when exposed to the real reactive load pattern.
The main objective of this study was to compare the dyspnea perception scores in CF patients with those of normal subjects during ventilation in an inspiratory resistive load system and during the 6MWT.
Resistive load testing provides easier and more stable tests, with faster test times.
The parameters such as microstrip-line lengths, characteristic impedances and resistive load have been optimized using Advanced Design System (ADS) [19].
This bow-tie structure receives incoming electromagnetic waves at normal incidence and then dissipates these waves by the resistive load in the operating bandwidth, decreasing the scattered energy from the structure.
When they decelerate, their kinetic energy is converted back into electrical energy, which is dissipated as heat in a resistive load in a process called dynamic braking.
Tendons, all of which attach muscle to bone, can also become overly-stressed and even torn from insertion into the muscle if too great a resistive load is placed on the muscle fibers.