mutual induction definition

  • noun:
    • producing an electromotive power in a circuit resulting from a big change of present in a neighboring circuit.
    • the production of an electrical up-to-date in a circuit by a changing current in a nearby one
    • generation of electromotive causes in each other by two adjacent circuits

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