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" SELECTION OF A MACHINE. The voltage, capacity, and type of machine are dependent upon the system to which it is to be connected, and the purpose for which it is to be utilized, but there are certain general features which should be considered in every... "
Cyclopedia of applied electricity: a general reference work on direct ... - Page 125
by American Technical Society - 1916
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The generating plant

Francis Bacon Crocker - Electric lighting - 1896
...which apply to almost all cases. Construction. This should be of the most solid character, and first-class in every respect, including materials...workmanship. Finish. A good finish is desirable, first, because it indicates good construction ; second, it stimulates the interest and pride of...
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Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: Lighting; Railways; Power stations

American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Electric engineering - 1905
...but there are certain general features which should be considered in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed...The machine should be as simple as possible in all ita parts; peculiar or complicated features should be avoided, unless absolutely essential for the...
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Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice: A Manual of Shop Practice ..., Volume 3

Howard Monroe Raymond - Machine-shop practice - 1906
...but there are certain general features which should be considered in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed...Simplicity. The machine should be as simple as possible in its parts; peculiar or complicated features should be avoided, unless absolutely essential for the...
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Cyclopedia of Engineering: A Manual of Steam Boilers, Steam Pumps ..., Volume 5

Louis Derr - Electric engineering - 1906
...in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed iirst-class in every respect, including materials and workmanship....its parts; peculiar or complicated features should bo avoided, unless absolutely essential for the operation of the system. Attention. The amount of attention...
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Management of dynamo-electric machinery: Instruction paper

American School (Chicago, Ill.), Francis Bacon Crocker - Technology & Engineering - 1906
...but there are certain general features which should be considered in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed...care of the equipment. Simplicity. The machine should he as simple as possible in all its parts; peculiar or complicated features should be avoided, unless...
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The Management of Electrical Machinery

Francis Bacon Crocker, Schuyler Skaats Wheeler - Electric machinery - 1906 - 223 pages
...are, however, certain general features to be considered in almost every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed first-class in every respect, including material and workmanship. All parts should be of adequate size and strength to insure durability. Finish....
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Cyclopedia of applied electricity, Volume 4

American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Technology & Engineering - 1908
...but there are certain general features which should be considered in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed...system. Attention. The amount of attention required by the machine should be. small. The number of screws or nuts should be reduced to a minimum, and they...
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Cyclopedia of Engineering: A General Reference Work on Steam ..., Volume 7

Louis Derr - Mechanical engineering - 1910
...but there are certain general features which should be considered in every case. Construction. This should be of the most solid character and guaranteed...system. Attention. The amount of attention required by the machine should be small. The number of screws or nuts should be reduced to a minimum, and they...
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