## Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Waves

Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Waves: Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Waves are energy propagated through free space at the velocity of light, which is approximately 300 meters per microsecond. As the object travelled downward,…

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## Magnetic Circuit Problems

Magnetic Circuit Problems: 2.1 A square loop of side 2d is placed with two of its sides parallel to an infinitely long conductor carrying current I. The centre line of…

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## Reversible Drive using Field Reversal

Reversible Drive using Field Reversal: A Reversible Drive using Field Reversal can be realised as shown in Figs. 4.83 and 4.84. In Fig. 4.83, the armature is fed from a…

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## Magnetic Flow Meters

Magnetic Flow Meters: Magnetic Flow Meters are the first type of flowmeters to be considered for high corrosive applications and for applications involving measurement of erosive slurries. These meters work…

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## Magnetic Tape Recorder Working Principle

Magnetic Tape Recorder Working Principle: The major advantage of using a Magnetic Tape Recorder Working Principle is that once the data is recorded, it can be replayed an almost indefinite…

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## Types of Magnetic Leakage Flux in Induction Motor

Types of Magnetic Leakage Flux in Induction Motor: The Magnetic Leakage Flux in Induction Motor is that flux which links only the stator or only the rotor windings. Because of…

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## Electromechanical Energy Conversion via Electric Field Energy

Electromechanical Energy Conversion via Electric Field Energy: Electromechanical energy conversion via the electric field is analogous to the magnetic field case studied earlier. Charge in the Electric Field Energy is…

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## Field Energy and Mechanical Force

Field Energy and Mechanical Force: Field Energy and Mechanical Force - Consider once again the attracted armature relay excited by an electric source as in Fig. 4.4. The field produces…

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