In an induction type energy meter, the steady speed attained by the rotating disc is 

1. Proportional to the deflecting torque. 2. Proportional to the resistance of the path of eddy currents. 3. Inversely proportional to the effective readings of disc from its axis. 4. Inversely proportional to the square of brake magnet flux. 

Which of the above are correct ?
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In an induction type energy meter, the steady speed attained by the rotating disc is 1. Proportional to the deflecting torque. 2. Proportional to the resistance of the path of eddy currents. 3. Inversely proportional to the effective readings of disc from its axis. 4. Inversely proportional to the square of brake magnet flux. Which of the above are correct ?


1, 2, 3 and 4 

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