electromotive


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electromotive

/elec·tro·mo·tive/ (-mo´tiv) causing electric activity to be propagated along a conductor.

electromotive

(ē-lĕk″trō-mō′tĭv) [″ + L. motor, mover]
Pert. to the passage of electricity in a current or motion produced by it.
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op] the operation mode of an electromotive railway rolling stock (ERRS), [F.
y] Azimuth component of the magnetic flux density, Wb, emf Electromotive force, V, FFT Fast Fourier Transform, 0BC No broken rotor bar, 1BC Motor with one broken rotor bar, Ecc Motor with rotor eccentricity,
The vector S models the effect of the source term (the small loop) which generates an electromotive force on the cells.
From theoretical calculations it can be concluded that induced electromotive force in the contour is very small.
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The secret behind this technology is the use of nano-magnets to induce an electromotive force.
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The switch in owership meant that Electromotive Canada (EMC) was left without CMM capabilities.