... therefore, we exchange the imaginary and real components, changing the sign of the latter in so doing. We then proceed as though the angle were hyperbolic. The model permits of the projection of cos (=*= 0i =*= t0j) between the limits of + <» and... Circuit Analysis of A-C Power Systems - Page 195by Edith Clarke - 1943Full view - About this book
| American Academy of Arts and Sciences - Humanities - 1919
...(=*= 0i =*= tflj) between the limits of +00 and — no in 0b and the limits of +1.4 and -1.4 in 02. 4 **Chart Atlas of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions, by AE Kennelly, Harvard University Press,** 1914. Procedure for Projecting sin (=*= 0i =*= t'0j). Since sin 0 = cos (0 - ^) (8) we have by substituting... | |
| Arthur Edwin Kennelly - Electric lines - 1917 - 348 pages
..."Tables of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions," by AE KENNELI.Y, Harvard University Press, 1913. **"Chart Atlas of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions," by AE KENNELLY, Harvard University Press,** 1913. interval for tabulation. A much more convenient expedient is to express the imaginary component... | |
| Arthur Edwin Kennelly - Electric lines - 1917 - 348 pages
...1889. t "Application of Hyperbolic Functions to Electrical Engineering Problems," Chapter V. ** "Tables **of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions," by AE KENNELLY, Harvard University Press,** 1913. "Chart Atlas of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions," by AE KENNELLY, Harvard University... | |
| Humanities - 1919
...=*= t0j) between the limits of + <» and — oo in 0!, and the limits of +1.4 and — 1.4 in 02. 4 **Chart Atlas of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions, by AE Kennelly, Harvard University Press,** 1914. Procedure for Projecting sin (* 0i =*= t'02). Since sin /3 = cos (/3 — -) (8) we have by substituting... | |
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