the ratio of the electromotive force in one of two circuits to the rate of change of current in the other circuit.
a measure of the mutual induction between two magnetically linked circuits, given as the ratio of the induced electromotive force to the rate of change of current producing it. It is usually measured in henries M, L12 Also called coefficient of mutual induction
A measure of the relation between the change of current flow in one circuit to the electric potential generated in another by mutual induction. Like inductance, mutual inductance is measured in henries.
noun, Electricity. 1. the production of an electromotive force in one circuit by a change in current in another circuit. noun 1. the production of an electromotive force in a circuit by a current change in a second circuit magnetically linked to the first See also mutual inductance Compare self-induction mutual induction The production of […]
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A type of insurance company in which policyholders share in the profits.
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