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The electromotive force was 6.1 mV, 2.4 mV, and 1.9 mV for WC--Co, TiC--FeCr, and TiC--NiMo, respectively, at 440 [degrees]C, which is close to the maximum FSW temperature of aluminium alloy AW6082-T6.
where B is effective value of the magnetic field, E is effective value of the electromotive force induced in the coil, and [K.sub.T] is teslametric constant.
Open-circuit voltage was not impacted as the electromotive force of the electrode materials remained the same (around 1.2 V), but more current was produced with the higher anode and cathode volumes as more chemical reactions were facilitated.
According to Faraday's law, when active module was brought closer to the passive antenna in NFC, the changing magnetic field induced an electromotive force (emf) in the passive antenna as represented by the equation below:
In addition the system has a source of electromotive force applied so that a current I is flowing through the wires; in one of the wires I flows in the positive x direction and in the other wire I flows in the negative x direction.
In pursuit of its vision for a zero-carbon future, the company is advancing electromotive technologies in many forms, and will introduce an advanced new fuel cell car in 2015.
- By setting temperature value, the 2553A generates thermocouple electromotive power and can therefore be used to calibrate temperature controllers.
But, despite synchronous motors which have sinusoidal counter electromotive force brushless ones generate rectangular or trapezoidal counter electromotive force.
Rehabilitation of 27 held up locomotives (HGMU-30) of 3000 HP is being arranged through PSDP at a cost of Rs 5108 million for which an agreement has been signed with M/s Electromotive Division USA.
For example, I, and presumably many others, have been led by commentaries on the Treatise to believe that Maxwell did not write down Faraday's law of induction (induced electromotive force) explicitly in his Treatise and that it was Heaviside and Hertz who first expressed "Maxwell's equations" in their more familiar contemporary form.
The company is the distributor for Electromotive in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming.