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# What is the difference between orientation and induction?

# What is the difference between inductive and non inductive resistor?

INDUCTIVE RESISTOR:Any circuit in which change in current is accompained by change in flux and therefore by inuced emf is said to be inductive. NON-INDUCTIVE:if a doubl…e wire is wound arround an insulating rod,the emf can not be induced because the wire is doubled back on itself at its centre and the doubled wire is wound arround an insulator.thus every turn of the coil has adjascnt turn which is carring current in opposite direction.the magnetic field generated by each other cancel out each other effect.hence no emf is induced in coil and coil has zero inductance.

# The differences between inductive reactance and resistance?

resistance is real, the other purely imaginary. Answer Resistance is the opposition to the flow of current (AC or DC) which is proportional to a conductor's cross-secti…onal area and resistivity, and inversely proportional to its length. Reactance is the opposition to AC current due to either the circuit's inductance or its capacitance, and are termed inductive reactance and capacitive reactance. Resistance and reactance are both measured in ohms. Inductive reactance is proportional to the circuit's inductance and the frequency of the supply; capacitive reactance is inversely proportional to the circuit's capacitance and the frequency of its supply. In other words, inductive reactance increases with frequency, whereas capacitive reactance decreases with frequency. All AC circuits contain resistance, and most contain some degree of inductance and/or capacitance. So the opposition offered by a circuit to AC current includes resistance together with some combination of inductive and/or capacitive reactance. It's incorrect to suggest that reactance is 'imaginary' in the every day sense of the word -it exists, so it must be 'real'. In this context, 'imaginary' is a mathematical term that indicates that if resistance and reactance were represented in a vector diagram (called an 'impedence diagram'), then reactance quantity would lie at right-angles to the resistance quantity. For this reason, the overall opposition to current flow, which is called impedance, is not the algebraic sum of resistance and reactance, but the vector sum of the two. So, for example, if a circuit had a resistance of, say, 4 ohms, and its inductive reactance was 3 ohms, then its impedance would be 5 ohms -not 7 ohms. Although we can represent resistance and reactance using a vector diagram (impedance diagram), strictly-speaking the quantities themselves are not vector quantities. The impedance diagram is created as a result of a phasor (vector) diagram representing the current and voltage relationships in the AC circuit.

# What is the difference between inductance and capacitance?

both are AC sensitive phenomena.. and opposite of one another..

# Difference between induction motor and induction generator?

in case of induction motor the rotor speed is less than synchronous speed giving positive slip but in case of generator the rptor speed is greater than synchronous speed givin…g negative slip.......

# What is the difference between inductive and deductive logic?

Answer In general, deductive logic takes a lot of information and tries to draw a conclusion from it. Inductive logic takes one piece of information and tries t…o generalize from there. That doesn't necessarily make one better than another... they are each important in different circumstances. In general science for instance, deductive logic is used most often. If you have a lot of observations, you might be able to figure out more about the subject of study. In interpersonal relationships, on the other hand, inductive logic is used most often. If one person reacts a certain way, then they figure that some other people will too. Both contribute to understanding, but are usually used very differently. I would also suggest looking up the terms in an online dictionary or encyclopedia, especially if you are asking about formal definitions.

# What is the difference between descriptive statistic and inductive?

The descriptive statistics deals with prediction. The inductive and the deductive statistics basically deals with presumption. The inductive statistics is used in making p…redictions.

# The difference between induction and conduction?

conduction is when the electricity is flowing because something is touching it, induction is when elctricity is flowing , but there is nothing touching it In cas of conductio…n the transfer of electrons between the conductor and charged body takes place whereas in case of induction no such transfer takes place, only the realignment of electrons in the induced body occurs.

# What is the difference between an inductive and a capacitive load?

Inductive loads involve devices which establish magnetic fields. Capacitive loads involve devices which establish electric fields. Another way of looking at it is that inducti…ve loads have a lagging power factor, whereas capacitive loads have a leading power factor.

# Difference between resistive and inductive load?

when a resistive load is applied there is no phase angle difference between voltage and current. when a inductive load is applied there is phase difference between voltage and… current. current lags voltage by an angle of 90 degrees for pure inductive load

# What is the difference between Oriental and Occidental?

Occidental (as an adjective) is a literary or formal word for western. It is usually capitalized if you are using it to refer to people in its noun form like an inhabitant, es…pecially a native, of the Occident. Henry David Thoreau uses the word in a famous quote: "There is a struggle between the Oriental and the Occidental in every nation; some who would be forever contemplating the sun, and some who are hastening toward the sunset. The former class says to the latter, "when you have reached the sunset, you will be no nearer to the sun." To which the latter replies, "but we so prolong the day."" Oriental is pertaining to, or characteristic of the Orient, or East; Eastern.

# What is the difference between conduction and induction?

Conduction is a process of static electricity when energy is able to flow from one object to another when they are touching. Induction is a process of static electricity when …energy is able to flow from one object to another without touching.

# What is the difference between induction and deduction?

Generally this is how the concept of Induction and Deduction will move * Induction - particular to general. * Deduction - general to particular. However this is …actually untrue. Either arguments starting with or ending with a Partcular or generalisation. An argument that is Deductively invalid can be Inductively valid. Eg; Inductivley valid, but Deductively invalid. (Particular) My apple is red Your apple is red (General) All apples are red (General) If something is red, it is a Tomato. Your car is red (Particular) Your car is also a Tomato Obviously untrue statements, however to constitute as Inductively valid one must only display a logical correlation of concepts. Eg; Deductively valid. (General) If you don't have a ticket you can't ride the bus. You don't have a ticket. (Particular)so, you can't ride the bus. ...maybe read the Wikipedia page too! Its hard to define but easy to understand.

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# Difference between inductance and inductive reactance?

The opposition to AC current flow in a circuit due to induction is called inductive reactance. The process of generating electrical current in a conductor by placing the con…ductor in a changing magnetic field is induction or just induction.

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# What is the difference between resistive and inductance load?

Resistance load it means there is passive load to impede current flow. Inductive load means there is a coil as a load while still a passive it has its own characteristics whic…h differs from a resistive load which is linear while inductive is not linear load

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# What is the difference between deductive and inductive argument?

In a deductive argument, the conclusion is guaranteed to be true if the premises are true (assuming no logical fallacies are made). The general form of a deductive argument is…: If A, then B. A Therefore B. An example of this would be: If you live in Dallas, Texas, you live in the United States. You live in Dallas, Texas. Therefore you live in the United States. Oftentimes, deductive arguments are said to apply general rules to specific cases. An inductive argument is just the opposite. Through the observation of many cases, a general rule is formed. An example of an inductive argument is: The last 500 babies born from this hospital have been over 4 pounds (1.8kg). Therefore next baby born from this hospital will be over 4 pounds (1.8kg). Note that an inductive argument forms a general rule applicable to cases which have not been observed. The scientific method is based mostly on inductive reasoning.

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# What is the difference between inductive an deductive method?

there are two main theoretical approaches for the presentation of new English grammar structures or functions to ESL/EFL students: inductive approach and deductive appro…ach. The more traditional of the two theories, is the deductive approach, while the emerging and more modern theory is the inductive approach.

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# What is the difference between deductive and inductive reasoning?

Deductive arguments necessarily follow from their premises. E.G: All men are mortal. Socrates is a man. Therefore Socrates is mortal. MEN-> MORTAL SOCRATES-> MAN SOCRATES->MA…N->MORTAL or SOCRATES->MORTAL Inductive arguments are nothing more than probabilities. For all intents and purposes, it is drawing from a narrow instance to support a broader, more general conclusion. P1 The Yankees won the 2009 World Series. P2 Most teams that win the World Series pop champagne. c The Yankees popped champagne when they won the 2009 World Series. Cogent yet unsealed logic.