By G. H. Olsen B.Sc., C.Eng., A.M.I.E.R.E., A. Inst. P. (auth.)
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F. e. f. is equal to the rate of change of the magnetic flux. f. is such as to oppose the change producing it (Lenz's law). 27. Lines of force representing magnetic fields around current-carrying wires in which the current is steady. Steady magnetic fields associated with conductors do not however induce currents in the wires. To induce a current the field must be varying opposite in sense to the magnetic field inducing the current. Instead of plungihg a magnet into the coillet us apply a valtage to the ends of the coil.
21. The charging of a capacitor from a source of steady voltage. e. when C is uncharged. The current falls to zero when the voltage dses to a maximum. v and i are the instantaneous values of voltage and current respectively. 21. Let the switch be closed at timet = 0. At this instant there is no charge on either plate. Electrons from the upper plate, A, are attracted to the positive side of the battery and flow into that terminal. Since the current in a series circuit is the same everywhere, the number of electrons flowing out of the upper plate equals the number of electrons repelled by the negative terminal on to the lower plate, B.
Any analysis that is satisfactory for sine waves is usually satisfactory for other periodic waveforms. lf, for example, an ampli:fier does not perform well when square waves are applied to the input terminals, it will be found that the performance of the ampli:fier is inadequate in some respects. This is not surprising when it is realized that a true square wave contains the fundamental and all the odd harmonies up to infinite frequency. It is, therefore, more than academic 60 THE RESPONSE OF CIRCUITS CONTAINING PASSIVE COMPONENTS Resultant waveform when odd harmonics up to the 15th are present 3 rd} 5th .
Electronics: A General Introduction for the Non-Specialist by G. H. Olsen B.Sc., C.Eng., A.M.I.E.R.E., A. Inst. P. (auth.)