AC Wheatstone Bridge

AC Wheatstone Bridge: Impedances at AF or RF are commonly determined by means of an ac Wheatstone bridge. The diagram of an ac bridge is given in Fig. 11.17. This…

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Wheatstone Bridge Diagram

Wheatstone Bridge Diagram: A Wheatstone Bridge diagram in its simplest form consists of a network of four resistance arms forming a closed circuit, with a dc source of current applied…

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Schering Bridge Theory

Schering Bridge Theory for Three Terminal Measurement: For two terminal measurements the bridge is grounded at its junction points. The supply transformer, detector, and all the components of the bridge…

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Bridge Controlled Error Detection

Bridge Controlled Error Detection: Bridge Controlled Error Detection - Whenever a bridge is unbalanced, a potential difference exists at its output terminal. The potential difference causes current to flow through…

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Kelvins Bridge and Kelvins Double Bridge

Kelvins Bridge and Kelvins Double Bridge: When the resistance to be measured is of the order of magnitude of bridge contact and lead resistance, a modified form of Wheatstone's bridge,…

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LCR Bridge

LCR Bridge: Basic LCR Bridge (Skeleton Type) : A simple bridge for the measurement of resistance, capacitance and inductance may be constructed with four resistance decades in one arm, and…

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Stator Overheating Protection

Stator Overheating Protection: Stator Overheating Protection - Generally stator overheating is caused by sustained overloads or by cooling system failure. Overheating because of short-circuited laminations is very localized, and it…

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