3). Load applied to generator exceeds capacity, typically would cause machine to slow down, drop frequency and voltage typically cause exhaust black stacking and depending on the overload and protection settings could cause machine to stall. This establishes a voltage drop across R gain equal to the voltage difference between V 1 and V 2. Likewise, the voltage at point 2 (bottom of R gain) is held to a value equal to V 2. The 4-1000A is an especially low gain grounded grid tube for a given anode voltage, because it has low µ and that causes a high cathode drive impedance. 1). Note that since power loss is proportional to the square of the current being transmitted, that is: I 2 R, increasing the voltage, let’s say doubling ( ×2 ) the voltage would decrease the current by the same amount, ( ÷2 ) while delivering the same amount of power to the load and therefore reducing losses by factor of 4. That’s a relatively complex issue. Doubling Output A common misunderstanding when it comes to audio is that doubling power (watts) will make it sound “twice as loud.” Doubling the power (or cutting it in half) actually provides very subtle changes to SPL levels. For example, if the proportional gain is 1.2 volts per encoder count, and the motor is 10 encoder counts from the commanded position, the command voltage will be 12.0 volts. The Load Resistor causes a voltage drop on the tube's plate when current is flowing. +10 dB is the level of twice the perceived volume or twice as loud (loudness) in psychoacoustics − mostly sensed . Electric fields are just being produced by some … The negative feedback of the upper-left op-amp causes the voltage at point 1 (top of R gain) to be equal to V 1. 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