Definitions for magnetic induction, dynamic
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Magnetic Induction, Dynamic
The induction produced by a magnetic field which moves with respect to a body, or where the body if moving moves at a different rate, or where the body moves and the field is stationary. In the case where both move, part of the induction may be dynamic and part static. (See Magnetic Induction, Static.)
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