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One of the natural directions of a system. When oriented in the principal directions, cross-coupling terms disappear, tensor impedances decouple, nondiagonal terms of matrices vanish, or other simplifications occur. The normal curvature has its maximum and minimum values in the principal directions.
 
One of the natural directions of a system. When oriented in the principal directions, cross-coupling terms disappear, tensor impedances decouple, nondiagonal terms of matrices vanish, or other simplifications occur. The normal curvature has its maximum and minimum values in the principal directions.
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One of the natural directions of a system. When oriented in the principal directions, cross-coupling terms disappear, tensor impedances decouple, nondiagonal terms of matrices vanish, or other simplifications occur. The normal curvature has its maximum and minimum values in the principal directions.