Definition of mutual induction in English:

mutual induction

Syllabification: mu·tu·al in·duc·tion

noun

Physics
The production of an electromotive force in a circuit by a change in the current in an adjacent circuit that is linked to the first by the flux lines of a magnetic field.
More example sentences
  • If we start from the point of mutual induction instead of energy level of electrons, can we arrive at the same conclusion?
  • In eddy current inspection, the eddy currents are generated in the test material due to mutual induction.
  • An example of mutual induction is pictured in figure 112.

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