| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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'... | |
| 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)... | |
| 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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