HEAVISIDE CAMPBELL BRIDGE PDF

Contact us Heaviside-Campbell Equal Ratio Bridge It is a mutual induction bridge and is used for measuring self-inductance over a wide range in terms of mutual inductometer readings. The primary of the mutual inductometer is inserted in the supply circuit and the secondary having self-inductance L2 and resistance R2 is put in arm 2 of the bridge. The unknown inductive impedance having self inductance of L1 and resistance R1 is placed in arm 1. The other two arms have pure resistances of R3 and R4. Balance is obtained by varying mutual inductance M and resistance R3 and R4.

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Contact us Heaviside-Campbell Equal Ratio Bridge It is a mutual induction bridge and is used for measuring self-inductance over a wide range in terms of mutual inductometer readings.

The primary of the mutual inductometer is inserted in the supply circuit and the secondary having self-inductance L2 and resistance R2 is put in arm 2 of the bridge. The unknown inductive impedance having self inductance of L1 and resistance R1 is placed in arm 1. The other two arms have pure resistances of R3 and R4. Balance is obtained by varying mutual inductance M and resistance R3 and R4.

A balancing coil or a test coil of self-inductance equal to the self-inductance L2 of the secondary of the inductometer and of resistance slightly greater then R2 is connected in series with the unknown inductive impedance R1 and L1 in arm 1. A non-inductive resistance box along with a constant-inductance rheostat is also introduced in arm 2 as shown.

Balance is obtained by varying M and r. Two reading are taken; one when Z1 is in circuit and second when Z1 is removed or short-circuited across its terminals. With unknown impedance Z1 still in circuit, suppose for balance the values of mutual inductance and r are M1 and r1. With Z1 short-circuited, let these values be M2 and r2.

By this method, the self — inductance and resistance of the leads are eliminated. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published.

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Measurement of Mutual Inductance By Heaviside Bridge

March 3, This is an AC bridge. This Bridge uses mutual inductance to measure self-inductance over a wide range. Heaviside Campbell Equal Ratio Bridge employees a standard variable mutual inductance for the purpose. We connect the primary of a mutual inductometer in series with the supply. Now let us consider the secondary of the mutual inductometer has a self-inductance L2 and the series resistance R2. In the figure below, the secondary portion of the inductometer forms one arm of the bridge circuit.

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Now one question must arise in our mind that why we are so much interested in mutual inductance, answer to this question is very simple we will use this mutual inductor in Heaviside bridge circuit. We use standard mutual inductor in finding out the the value of unknown mutual inductor in various circuits. Mutual inductor is used in various circuits as main component in determining the value of self inductance, capacitance and frequency etc. But in many industries the use of mutual inductor in finding out the value of known self inductor is not practices because we have various other accurate methods for finding out self inductor and capacitance and these other methods may include the use of standard capacitor which are available at cheaper rate.

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Heaviside Campbell Equal Ratio Bridge

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