sinusoidal current


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sinusoidal current

Alternating induced electric current, the two strokes of which are equal.
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9 (b), the A phase current has changed sinusoidal current into non-sinusoidal current due to the injection of harmonic current.
Only an open loop control is enough to synthesize a sinusoidal current with good THD.
The sinusoidal current of the excitation coil results in an alternating magnetic field, which in turn, causes magnetic flux B in the test part.
As stated by the manufacturer, this unit ensures sinusoidal current consumption, which means that it does not load the network with harmonic currents.
The modular NPArm Series operates with any motion controller supporting a [+ or -] 10V sinusoidal current commutation command interface.
Lagging and lagging power factor are metrics of the displacement of the sinusoidal current waveform from the voltage waveform.
with more power) radial blowers with an electric motorsynchronous, bipolar, with a rotor with permanent magnets, sinusoidal current (called.
The resulting clean sinusoidal current will therefore cause little or no distortion on the network voltage waveform.
The ACS 2000 design provides near sinusoidal current and voltage waveforms making the drive compatible for use with standard NEMA rated motors.
The DEA instrumentation applies a sinusoidal voltage across electrodes placed in intimate contact with the material being tested at a chosen frequency or multiple frequencies and measures the resulting sinusoidal current.
The voltage on charge is forming by PWM impulses and sinusoidal current depends by number of PWM impulses and modulation.
When a resistive load is driven by a sinusoidal voltage waveform or a sinusoidal current waveform, the average power dissipated by the load is calculated from an RMS voltage measurement.