the formulas are for 2nd order system , will they apply for the 4th order system too?!!!!

Hi everybody, I finally did it, quite simple after all: I added another (internal) PSU, that now powers some drives. And that's it: no crashes...

...make sure the mating surfaces are dry and squeaky clean. Second, apply a thin layer which completely covers both surfaces. Don't let them touch yet....

...get to semiconductor devices, a transistor for example, you cannot apply Ohm's Law. That is because the device is non-linear, i.e. the current does...

...mathematical terms: I = V/R In each of your examples above, simply apply Ohm's Law. For a fixed voltage V, calculate the current I in a series...

...the compression, can you confirms this.? Use a frequency counter and apply tension and compression to the sensor, let me know what you measure. I...

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...title I want. I know that probably that sounds strange; usually you apply for a job that already has a defined title and you either do or don't meet...

...view, so doing this will eliminate the semantics because we can then apply our own. The way to do this is to simply add up the power from all the...

It does apply ..... For a source, the power delivered is the negative of the VI product with V & I marked according to the passive sign convention....

Yes, I know about PSC. But this is about the power supplied by the current source, not delivered to it. So PSC doesn't apply here, no?

...that will take temperature data, then choose how much resistance to apply to the voltage for 3 minutes by closing a switch Then Open the circuit for...

...to 33pF For use with ICSP, you don't need Oscillator (Quartz+condo) Apply power supply to both pins 11, and 32 Vdd +5V 12, and 31 Vss 0V...

...+ R2) = 18.8V/7.8K = 2.41mA (I ignore the base current). Now let as apply the input signal (2Vpp= peak to peak) to the circuit. The input signal...

...The secondary is shorted for this test. Then a variac is used to apply a voltage much less than rated voltage to the primary, slowly raising the...

...the 10A mode and place the leads in series with the bulb. Don't apply the leads in parallel like you might normally. That will immediately blow the...

...low and very high frequencies these parts behave totally different so if i apply a test signal i could maybe measure one of them. Any ideas? Thanks

...do a job. The shop owner can figure out their shop hourly rate and apply a fair price for repairs. The rookie mechanic might take a little longer...

...can deliver 0-12V @3-6A, disconnect the TEC from the controller and apply power to it while gradually increasing the voltage from 0V. At about 6VDC...

...definition is personal electronic device but that doesn't see to apply here. :confused: Your result may support my theory that it is a ground loop...

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