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What is hysteresis?

[A]. lead between cause and effect
[B]. lag between cause and effect
[C]. lead between voltage and current
[D]. lag between voltage and current

Answer: Option B


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Manteshkumar said: (Apr 1, 2012)  
Hysteresis is the apposition by any causes are defects to the flow of current.

Simpi said: (Apr 15, 2012)  
Is hysteresis produced by change in frequency?

Prasanna said: (Aug 20, 2012)  
Hysteresis is the lag between input and output.. It depends on both input and previous output..

Rakesh Mahadev said: (Oct 1, 2012)  

Opposition is to the cause created and not by itself.

For example, lets take an inductor to which current is an input, the change in current (cause-di/dt) is eliminated by reducing it (effect).

Hope its correct.

Sadaf said: (Mar 14, 2013)  
Hysteresis is graph b/w magnetizing current (x-axis) and magnetism (on y-axis) whenever current changes it produces magnetic field. In transformer for example current changes in primary coil (which is cause) and as a result magnetic field is induced in iron core and in secondary coil (which is effect) so magnetism lags behind magnetizing current.

Arun Kumar M said: (Sep 22, 2016)  
The phenomenon in which the value of a physical property lags behind changes in the effect causing it, as for instance when magnetic induction lags behind the magnetizing force.

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