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self-excitation

Definitions

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  • n. The feedback of the output of a generator

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In electricity, the excitation of the field of a dynamo-electric machine by currents taken from the armature of the same machine.

Etymologies

self- +‎ excitation (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • One differentiates between the following self-excitation categories:

    6. Direct current machines

  • And manifestly this has not been a. mechanical self-excitation: men have been moved; hearts have been oppressed with feelings that words could not utter; and the shouts of living, sympathetic masses have been called for, and Te Deums with full orchestra,

    Memorial Sermons

  • From such workmanship, every thing specially stimulant of any one part of the mind, every thing that ministers to the process of self-excitation, every thing that fosters an unhealthy consciousness by untuning the inward harmonies of our being, every thing that appeals to the springs of vanity and self-applause, or invites us to any sort of glass-gazing pleasure, -- every such thing is, by an innate law of the work, excluded.

    Shakespeare: His Life, Art, And Characters, Volume I. With An Historical Sketch Of The Origin And Growth Of The Drama In England

  • The filter of lower frequencies is intended for changing harmonic compound of signals of audible frequency in self-excitation condition.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Thus Zacchia discusses whether a man ought to continue with his wife until she has the orgasm and feels satisfied, and he decides that that is the husband's duty; otherwise the wife falls into danger either of experiencing the orgasm during sleep, or, more probably, by self-excitation, "for many women, when their desires have not been satisfied by coitus, place one thigh on the other, pressing and rubbing them together until the orgasm occurs, in the belief that if they abstain from using the hands they have committed no sin."

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6 Sex in Relation to Society

  • From such workmanship, every thing specially stimulant of any one part of the mind, every thing that ministers to the process of self-excitation, every thing that fosters an unhealthy consciousness by untuning the inward harmonies of our being, every thing that appeals to the springs of vanity and self-applause, or invites us to any sort of glass-gazing pleasure, ” every such thing is, by an innate law of the work, excluded.

    Shakespeare His Life Art And Characters

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