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" CGS units of capacity. Henry (the unit of inductance) — the inductance produced in a circuit when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second and is producing in the circuit a difference of pressure amounting to one volt. A henry is... "
The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge - Page 168
1918
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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Volume 8

Electric engineering - 1891
...number of lines that will thread the coil, when a current c ^ flo ws through it, will be 4- AV j- and if the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second, the number of lines threading 4 TT A the coil will be changed by an amount equal to — - & p -j \.\J...
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Naval electricians' text book

William Hannum Grubb Bullard, United States Naval Academy. Dept. of Electrical Engineering - Electrical engineering - 1908 - 976 pages
...ampere per second, and if E = EMF of self-induction L = coefficient of self-induction we may write, when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second E = L. If the ordinates of curve II are multiplied by n, it would be a curve of 2,mC, and if the current...
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A Manual of Physical Measurements

Anthony Zeleny, Henry Anton Erikson - Physics - 1912 - 248 pages
...all the lines that pass through the central section of a solenoid passed out of the ends, then when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second K lines of force would cut each loop of the coil, so that the induced electromotive force where ni...
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Text Book on Wireless Telegraphy

Rupert Stanley - Telegraph, Wireless - 1914 - 344 pages
...changing since the number of magnetic lines depends directly on the strength of the current. Thus, if the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second in any wire, coil, or circuit, there will be a certain amount of self-induction effect, or, as it is...
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Text book on wireless telegraphy

Rupert Stanley - Telegraph, Wireless - 1914 - 344 pages
...changing since the number of magnetic lines depends directly on the strength of the current. Thus, if the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second in any wire, coil, or circuit, there will be a certain amount of self-induction effect, or, as it is...
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A Treatise on Electricity

Frederick Bernard Pidduck - Electricity - 1916 - 646 pages
...electromagnetic units. A circuit of inductance one henry is such that an EMF of one volt is caused when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second : for in this case di/dt = 1/10 absolute EMr, and if L = 10s the EMF is 108 EMU = 1 volt. The henry...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 10

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1918
...CGS units of capacity. Henry (the unit of inductance) — the inductance produced in a circuit when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere...which has a resistance of one ohm. The joule is seldom employed, the watt hour being the more common unit, equivalent to 3,600 joules. (See WATT). The joule...
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A Manual of Physical Measurements

Anthony Zeleny, Henry Anton Erikson - Physics - 1919 - 261 pages
...all the lines that pass through the central section of a solenoid passed out of the ends, then when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second K lines of force would cut each loop of the coil. The induced electromotive force then would be El'...
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The how and why of Radio Apparatus: A Treatise on the Principles Underlying ...

Harry Winfield Secor - Telegraph, Wireless - 1920 - 160 pages
...concentrated. The Henry is the unit of inductance. A circuit is said to have an inductance of one henry, when the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second and inducing a pressure of one volt in the circuit. One henry is equal to 109 or 1,000,000,000 (centimeters)...
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Principles of Electrical Engineering

William Henry Timbie, Vannevar Bush - Electric engineering - 1922 - 513 pages
...definition of the henry. A coil has an inductance of one henry if there is induced in it one volt where the current is changing at the rate of one ampere per second. This definition may be extended and expressed as follows. The voltage induced in a coil by self-induction...
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