
Definition of Hysteretic
1. a. Of or pert. to hysteresis.
Definition of Hysteretic
1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to hysteresis. ¹
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Definition of Hysteretic
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Hysteretic
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1. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1898)
"An apparatus for conveniently estimating or measuring the hysteretic coefficient
of a ... hysteretic Activity.—Activity expended in producing hysteretic ..."
2. Theory and Calculation of Alternating Current Phenomena by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1916)
"From the hysteretic loop the instantaneous value of magnetizing force is found,
... They show the wellknown hysteretic loop, which becomes pointed when ..."
3. Practical Calculation of Dynamoelectric Machines: A Manual for Electrical by Alfred Eugene Wiener (1901)
"hysteretic EXPONENTS FOR VARIOUS MAGNETIZATIONS. Although Ewing thus has shown
that no formula with a constant exponent can represent the hysteretic losses ..."
4. Electricity and Magnetism by Eric Mary Gerard, R. C. Duncan, Louis Duncan (1897)
"hysteretic Losses.—The loss of energy by hysteresis depends upon the maximum
value of the magnetic flux, while the energy transformed in a transformer ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1897)
"A hysteretic characteristic of the form thus determined will obviously satisfy
the conditions. This curve is the quadrant of an ellipse. ..."
6. Alternating Current Motors by Addams Stratton McAllister (1909)
"hysteretic ANGLE OF TIMEPHASE DISPLACEMENT. Mention has frequently been made of
the fact that in the development of the equations for expressing the ..."
7. Electrician's Handy Book: A Modern Book of Reference by Thomas O'Conor Sloane (1919)
"hysteretic Constant.—A very simple formula for the loss has been produced by CP
Steinmetz. Calling h the loss measured in ergs due to hysteresis per cubic ..."