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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

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where [W.sub.m] is total magnetic energy, L is inductance of coil, and [I.sub.0] is DC current.
Appropriate U-type patches and appropriate dimensions of ground plan reduced total inductance of geometry by increasing out-of-phase inductance of geometry and providing impedance matching over broad bandwidth, the range of broad band decided by the length, width of U-type patch, spacing between U Type patches, and dimension of ground plan.
The total inductance of the M-turn planar coil is derived by summing up all the impedance changes using the equation given by
MM causes a pulsating magnetizing inductance, whereas, SM and DM cause a symmetrical magnetizing inductance with a larger magnitude compared to the healthy condition.
Dostal, "Pseudo-differential filter design using novel adjustable floating inductance simulator with electronically controllable current conveyors", Elektronika ir Elektrotechnika, vol.
Throughout time, various methods to calculate the inductance of magnetic loops according to different geometric configurations have been proposed [22-28], such as the Mills' method based on Grover's equations [22].
The leakage inductance test is carried out by shorting the secondary winding and measuring the primary inductance.
From a theoretical perspective, this winding should couple well, so the leakage inductance should be relatively low.
As Figure 4 illustrates, the inductances of both the PCB trace and the FET's internal bond wires contribute to the total inductance between the HS FET source and the gate driver return path.
From this expression, the relative bandwidth is directly proportional to the inductance L and inversely proportional to the capacitance C.
Figure 15 shows that the current of phase 1 varied over time in phase opposition with the variation of the inductance of phase 1, also for the current and the inductance of the phase 2, which causes a symmetrical variation of values of the torque developed by the motor.