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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.

# What is the difference between resistance capacitance and inductance?

Firstly the suffix '-ance' in each of those three words indicate the properties the material exhibits. Therefore resistance is the property by which any material tends to op…pose the flow of current through it. Inductance is the property by which a material opposes the change in current, or opposes an alternating current. An inductor can be appreciated simply using a coil of insulated wire, or a solenoid. Capacitance is the property by which a material opposes the change in voltage across its ends, ie how it opposes alternating voltage. A capacitor comprises of, essentially, two metallic plates separated by a dielectric (a medium which may/may not be non-conducting, but is capable to contain charge). cheers!!

# Differences between bit-oriented and byte-oriented protocols?

In bit oriented Protocol, a flag is used to frame the bits sent. Simply put, you have a fllag (01111110) and the required bits are sent after the flag and you end the transmis…sion again with a flag. Using this method you can send any number of bits of any length. Another important fact is the zero insertion method used. Say for example, you want to send the bit string 01111110. You cannot do this because it will be interpreted as a flag. However, by adding a zero after 5 consecutive 1's as a standard, this bit stream can be send. The transmitter sends the string as 011111010 and the receiver removes the zero after 5 consecutive 1's and stores the data as 01111110 In byte oriented protocol(character oriented protocol) the receiver considers 8 bits at a time and figuers out the relevant character. This system is used when communicating with printers and keyboards which use ASCII characters exclusively. (All the ASCII characters can be covered by 8 bits (256 characters). The main disadvantade of COP is that you cannot send 9 or 10 bits, arbitrary bits. Furthermore, in COP there are special characters - channel control characters, eg- SYN character which is used to synchronize the receiver and the transmitter. These characters cannot be transferred as data. They will be misread as control characters.

# What is the difference between electromagnetism and electromagnet induction?

Electromagnetism is first discovered by Oersted. Electromagnetic induction first found by Michael Faraday. Electromagnetism is the phenomenon in which magnetism is produced wh…en electric current flows in a straight wire. This is the conversion of electrical energy into magnetic energy. But electromagnetic induction is the phenomenon in which electric current is produced in a wire as it cuts the magnetic lines of force. Here in the presence of magnetic energy mechanical energy gets converted into electrical energy. The former is applied in fans, motors etc. The later is utilised in generators. In an electrical bell, electromagnetism plays an important role. In case of choke, electromagnetic induction serves in a nice way. Former has Biot-Savart law, Ampere's circuital law, Lorentz force law, Fleming's left hand rule, Right hand thumb rule. The latter has Faraday's laws, Lenz law, Fleming's right hand rule.

# 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.

# Difference between induction and synchronous motor?

In induction motors no seprate source is required to start the motor,and motor itself induces emf as the word induction clearly reflects it starting principle while in case of… synchronous motors ,motor is synchronised with an external source of emf.

# What is the difference between the inductive and deductive inference?

inductive means from a specific experience to a general principle. deductive means using a general principle to determine the outcome of a specific event.

# What s the difference between induction and deduction?

Inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning are terms used to describe logic processes. In general, the inductive process involves a small amount of input observation or infor…mation to arrive at a larger conclusion. The deductive process, on the other hand, involves a view of the entire picture to arrive at a conclusion. Example: Our farm has a number of chickens and pigs, all kept in the same barn. Each morning we go into the barn and find (among other things), eggs. We are trying to determine where the eggs are coming from, so we separate the chickens and pigs into different barns and voilá! we find eggs only in the chicken barn! From this, having seen the overall picture, we deduce (deductive reasoning) that chickens lay eggs, and pigs do not (at least our chickens and our pigs). We wait a very long time and still the pigs do not lay eggs, so we further deduce that our pigs never lay eggs. The longer we wait, the more accurate our conclusion will be, for our pigs. Now we want to know if all chickens lay eggs, so we separate each chicken into its own cubicle and, after a number of days, we find at least one egg in each cubicle. We now know that all our chickens lay eggs, and with this small bit of information, we use inductive reasoning to conclude that all chickens lay eggs. The more chickens we test, the more likely we are to be correct, but with a such a small sample, we stand a very good chance of being wrong.

# Difference between transformer and induction motor?

1. Induction Motor has an air-gap but transformer has no air gap rather it is mutually link. 2. Induction Motor has high no-load current than transformer. 3. Induction Motor …is a dynamic device. 4. Induction Motor has high power factor.

# What is the difference between charging by conduction and induction?

Charging by Induction:- 1. No physical contact. 2. No exchange of charge. Charging by conduction:- 1. Two objects must be in physical contact. 2.Transfer of charge takes place…. Difference between charging by induction and charging by conduction: Induction | Conduction / 1. In this process there is no physical contact between the objects. | 1. The conducting surface is connected to a charged object to transfer the charge. / 2. The net charge on the object is zero since equal amount of opposite charge is accumulated on the side away from the side where a charge is induced. | 2. The net charge on the object changes after the charging process since there is a transfer of charge.

# 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 sales orientation and marketing orientation?

marketing orinted believe that all partsall deptment and all starf members of the besiness should focus their efforts and hard to setisfy the needs of the consumers and make p…rofit at the same time

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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 capacitive and inductive loading?

A capacitor is a device that resists a change in voltage, proportional to current and inversely proportional to capacitance. dv/dt = i/c An inductor is a devic…e that resists a change in current, proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to inductance. di/dt = v/l In an AC circuit with capacitive loading, the current waveform will lead the voltage waveform; while with inductive loading, the current waveform will lag the voltage waveform.

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# What is the difference between product oriented and market oriented?

Production orientation means producing product according to the goods acts and here is the seller king. and market orientation means producing the product according to the cus…tomer wants needs to satisfy them in order tho achieve the organizational goals

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# Difference between marketing orientation and production orientation with examples?

marketing orientation

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# Difference between inductive and deductive reasoning?

inductive reasoning is self propagation and self established inductive reasoning starts with empirical observations of specific phenomena, then establishes a general rule to …fit the observed facts. deductive reasoning starts with a general rule, then applies that rule to a specific instance.