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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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From a theoretical perspective, this winding should couple well, so the leakage inductance should be relatively low.
Both the (high) drain-source current and (low) gate-charging current flow through the common-source inductance.
When these meander section interconnects conductor patches a capacitive element comes in parallel with the effective inductance.
5,b shows that by increasing the inductance of the phase of the reactor there is a shift of the fundamental harmonic line current with respect to the supply voltage on the light angle [phi] thereby deteriorating the quality of the PAF compensation.
Next, we will analyze how the gap distance influences cable inductance.
The time dependent resistance and inductance for a different resistive phase period of spark gap for nitrogen molecules have been observed at atmospheric pressure as plotted in Figure (e) and Figure (f).
pij] (j [not equal to] i) is the partial mutual inductance between any two parallelograms i and j of the spiral inductor, and [M.
MM causes a pulsating magnetizing inductance, whereas, SM and DM cause a symmetrical magnetizing inductance with a larger magnitude compared to the healthy condition.
beta]] are the [alpha], [beta] axis inductances and [theta] is electrical rotor position.
It is necessary to determine the minimum inductance necessary to support the output current of the Buck converter so that the load is supported under worst-case conditions of output voltage and input current.