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Who was involved in naming Washington DC?

George Washington and christopher Columbus

Who helped lay out plans for the city of Washington dc?

Washington was involved in the planning.

Does DC amplifier exist?

Yes, it's called a Transformer. Definitely the wrong answer. DC on a transformer is certainly going to blow it up. The answer is yes unless capacitor coupling is involved

What is the operating voltage of a brushless DC motor?

the voltage on the name platethere is no dc involved unless the motor is stoppedits a magnet on a shaft with electro magnets around itthis is called a synchronous motor when run with acor a stepper motor with pulsed dcor a brake with dcComment.Look at the motor's Name Plate.

Why did the US get involved with Cuba?

The are directly below us. One reason we were feared with Cuba during the Cuba Missle Crisis, is that Cuba is closer to Washington DC than Texas is to Washington DC. That feared many politicians in the 60's.

Advantage of dynamic braking in dc machines?

This helps the machine to stop easier. It is a much easier process to use and safer for everyone involved in the process.

What are the types of dc motors?

Types of DC Motors•DC motor • Permanent Magnet DC Motor• Separately Excited DC Motor• Self Excited DC Motor• Shunt Wound DC Motor• Series Wound DC Motor• Compound Wound DC Motor• Cumulative compound DC motor• Short shunt DC Motor• Long shunt DC Motor• Differential Compound DC Motor• Short Shunt DC Motor• Long Shunt DC Motor

What is a dc to dc converter?

converting dc current to dc in different voltage rating

Can you use a DC-AC power inverter to run a battery charger to charge the same battery that is running the inverter?

No. There are losses involved with each stage of the conversion, from DC to AC, and from AC back to DC. The battery running this would gradually discharge. Any other result would constitute a perpetual motion machine which, in this imperfect world, is impossible.

How did dc get its name?

Dc stands for the district of Columbia (dc)

What is the DC for in Washington DC?

DC stands for Disctrict of Columbia.

What are DC Choppers?

Dc chopper is a static device which converts constant dc source to variable dc.

How do you convert 12 volt DC to 100 volt DC?

With an appropriately rated DC to DC converter.

What is chopper in electronics?

chopper is a circuitry to convert DC-DC for eg: 116v dc to 150v dc.

What does the STATE DC mean?

DC refers to the District of Columbia, which is not a state.

What are the notes on the recorder to you are not alone?

E dc dc e dc dc eee cf eee fd edc dc thants the chorus

Can DC series motor work on ac and DC and why?

A dc series motor can work on dc and ac because dc motors are totally reversible.

Why smps convert ac to dc and again to dc to dc?

first it converts ac to dc as rectifier But the required dc voltage is obtained by taking average of on & off DC input voltage.

Who is ac-dc?

Ac/Dc is an Australian rock band.

What is fulform DC in Washington DC?

DC stands for District of Columbia!

What do you mean by DC generator?

A DC generator is a generator that generates DC.

What does dc-in stand for?

DC can stand for "direct current" which is what you get from a battery. dc-in would be a connection for DC input.

Which of the following is not a state kansas Iowa Washington dc and Oregon?

Washington dc is not a state.

What does a DC to DC converter do?

A DC to DC converter is a power converter that converts a current from one voltage unit to another. Popular uses of a DC to DC converter are cellular phones and laptop computers.

What is the difference between alpha DC and beta DC?

alpha dc = beta dc/(beta dc +1) alpha dc is typically 0.95 to 0.99 but is always less than 1 beta dc is typically 20 to 200 but can vary