Siemens's law

noun Sie·mens's law \ ˈsēmənz(ə̇z)- , ˈzē- \

Definition of Siemens's law

:a statement in electricity: the greater the ratio of counter electromotive force to impressed electromotive force in a motor, the greater is its efficiency

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Origin and Etymology of siemens's law

after Werner von Siemens †1892 German electrical engineer and inventor, its formulator


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