The Theory, Design and Construction of Induction Coils

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McGraw, 1908 - Induction coils - 216 pages
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Page 3 - ... impressed") voltage to secondary voltage is equal to the ratio of the number of turns in the respective windings.
Page 204 - The luminous path is produced by the incandescence of the air broken down by the discharge. The space is afterwards filled with metallic vapors; given off by the electrode* in such a manner that the spectrum of oscillations is simply that of metals.
Page 59 - ... being constant. This duration explains the relative slowness of the demagnetization of the iron core and explains certain irregularities in high-speed mechanical interrupters.
Page 38 - ... lag varies with the coefficient of self-induction, the capacity and the current value.
Page 32 - As long as the primary is closed, the energy is furnished by the source and the current is limited only by the resistance of the circuit.
Page 179 - ... because the spark does not take place at the moment when the cam produces the rupture; there is a retard which varies according to the circumstances.
Page 186 - Rontgen tubes, care should be taken to fasten the wires which connect the electrodes to the coil, and they should be removed as far as possible from the rest of the...
Page 7 - B followed by a number refers to the bibliography at the end of the book.

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