Dynamo-Electricity Machinery: A Manual for Students of Electrotechnics

Forsideomslag
Cambridge University Press, 19. maj 2011 - 690 sider
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Silvanus P. Thompson (1851-1916) was a physicist and electrical engineer. A professor by the age of 27, he taught at University College, Bristol, and the City and Guilds Finsbury Technical College in London, and was a leading expert on the newly emerging subject of electrical lighting. This work, first published in 1884, is considered a classic in the field. In this third edition (1888), Thompson explains that he has updated much of the work, and made an important amendment in Chapter XIV about the introduction of magnetic circuits into theoretical arguments about energy production. The book begins with an explanation of how dynamos turn mechanical power into electricity, and moves on to discuss some historical background and theoretical aspects before giving detailed descriptions and illustrations of the many types of dynamo. It is an important source document for the field of electrical engineering at the end of the nineteenth century.
 

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CHAPTER
2
Physical Theory op Dynamoelectric Machines
25
CHAPTER III
36
CHAPTER IV
64
CHAPTER V
85
On the Measurement of the Coefficients
90
CHAPTER VI
110
CHAPTER VIII
188
CHAPTER XVIII
385
CHAPTER XIX
401
CHAPTER XX
417
CHAPTER XXI
438
CHAPTER XXII
447
CHAPTER XXIII
456
CHAPTER XXIV
465
CHAPTER XXV
483

CHAPTER IX
214
CHAPTER X
221
Unipolar Dynamos
250
CHAPTER XII
256
CHAPTER XIII
279
CHAPTER XIV
288
CHAPTER XV
333
The Magnetomachine and the Separatelyexcited
352
CHAPTER XVII
367
Elementary Theory of Electric Motive Power
517
CHAPTER XXVIII
545
CHAPTER XXIX
553
CHAPTER XXX
566
CHAPTER XXXI
576
CHAPTER XXXII
593
Index
644
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