Definitions for back induction
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A demagnetizing force produced in a dynamo armature when a lead is given the brushes. The windings by such setting of the brushes are virtually divided into two sets, one a direct magnetizing set, the other a cross magnetizing set. The latter have a component due to the obliqueness of the neutral line, which component is demagnetizing in its action.
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