Absolute Measurements In Electricity And Magnetism

Autore: Andrew Gray
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The Theory And Practice Of Absolute Measurements In Electricity And Magnetism

Autore: Andrew Gray
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A New Method For The Absolute Measurement Of Electric Quantity

Autore: Burton McCollum
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The Mathematics Of Measurement

Autore: John James Roche
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387915814
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The Mathematics of Measurement is a historical survey of the introduction of mathematics to physics and of the branches of mathematics that were developed specifically for handling measurements, including dimensional analysis, error analysis, and the calculus of quantities.

Electric Illumination

Autore: James Dredge
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108070647
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Published in 1882-5, this two-volume work, illustrated throughout, appeared when electric lighting was a fresh and propitious technological development.

Annual Report National Bureau Of Standards

Autore: United States. National Bureau of Standards
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Transformers And Inductors For Power Electronics

Autore: W.G. Hurley
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118544676
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Based on the fundamentals of electromagnetics, this clear and concise text explains basic and applied principles of transformer and inductor design for power electronic applications. It details both the theory and practice of inductors and transformers employed to filter currents, store electromagnetic energy, provide physical isolation between circuits, and perform stepping up and down of DC and AC voltages. The authors present a broad range of applications from modern power conversion systems. They provide rigorous design guidelines based on a robust methodology for inductor and transformer design. They offer real design examples, informed by proven and working field examples. Key features include: emphasis on high frequency design, including optimisation of the winding layout and treatment of non-sinusoidal waveforms a chapter on planar magnetic with analytical models and descriptions of the processing technologies analysis of the role of variable inductors, and their applications for power factor correction and solar power unique coverage on the measurements of inductance and transformer capacitance, as well as tests for core losses at high frequency worked examples in MATLAB, end-of-chapter problems, and an accompanying website containing solutions, a full set of instructors’ presentations, and copies of all the figures. Covering the basics of the magnetic components of power electronic converters, this book is a comprehensive reference for students and professional engineers dealing with specialised inductor and transformer design. It is especially useful for senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering and electrical energy systems, and engineers working with power supplies and energy conversion systems who want to update their knowledge on a field that has progressed considerably in recent years.

Systems Of Electrical Units

Autore: Francis Briggs Silsbee
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A Labratory Manual Of Electricity And Magnetism

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Editore: Stanford University Press
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Journal Of Research Of The National Bureau Of Standards

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A History Of The Ideas Of Theoretical Physics

Autore: S. D'Agostino
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401090343
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This book presents a perspective on the history of theoretical physics over the past two hundreds years. It comprises essays on the history of pre-Maxwellian electrodynamics, of Maxwell's and Hertz's field theories, and of the present century's relativity and quantum physics. A common thread across the essays is the search for and the exploration of themes that influenced significant con ceptual changes in the great movement of ideas and experiments which heralded the emergence of theoretical physics (hereafter: TP). The fun. damental change involved the recognition of the scien tific validity of theoretical physics. In the second half of the nine teenth century, it was not easy for many physicists to understand the nature and scope of theoretical physics and of its adept, the theoreti cal physicist. A physicist like Ludwig Boltzmann, one of the eminent contributors to the new discipline, confessed in 1895 that, "even the formulation of this concept [of a theoretical physicist] is not entirely without difficulty". 1 Although science had always been divided into theory and experiment, it was only in physics that theoretical work developed into a major research and teaching specialty in its own right. 2 It is true that theoretical physics was mainly a creation of tum of-the century German physics, where it received full institutional recognition, but it is also undeniable that outstanding physicists in other European countries, namely, Ampere, Fourier, and Maxwell, also had an important part in its creation.

The Principles Of Electronic And Electromechanic Power Conversion

Autore: Braham Ferreira
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118798856
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A top-down approach that enables readers to master and apply core principles Using an innovative top-down approach, this text makes it possible for readers to master and apply the principles of contemporary power electronics and electromechanic power conversion, exploring both systems and individual components. First, the text introduces the role and system context of power conversion functions. Then the authors examine the building blocks of power conversion systems, describing how the components exchange power. Lastly, readers learn the principles of static and electromechanic power conversion. The Principles of Electronic and Electromechanic Power Conversion opens with a chapter that introduces core concepts in electrical systems and power conversion, followed by a chapter dedicated to electrical power sources and energy storage. Next, the book covers: Power, reactive power, and power factor Magnetically coupled networks Dynamics of rotational systems Power electronic converters DC machines AC machines The text offers readers a concise treatise on the basic concepts of magnetic circuits. Its simple approach to machines makes the principles of field-oriented control and space vector theory highly accessible. In order to help readers fully grasp power electronics, the authors focus on topologies that use a series transistor and diode combination connected to a DC source, a standard building block of today’s power conversion systems. Problem sets at the end of each chapter enable readers to fully master each topic as they progress through the text. In summary, The Principles of Electronic and Electromechanic Power Conversion provides the most up-to-date, relevant tools needed by today’s power engineers, making it an ideal undergraduate textbook as well as a self-study guide for practicing engineers.

Reprint Of Papers On Electrostatics And Magnetism

Autore: William Thomson
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108029817
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A collection of Lord Kelvin's articles on electromagnetism, in its second edition of 1884.

The Earth S Magnetism

Autore: Roberto Lanza
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540279792
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Initially, this book reviews the general characteristics of the Earth’s magnetic field and the magnetic properties of minerals, and then proceeds to introduce the multifold applications of geomagnetism in earth sciences. The authors analyze the contribution of geomagnetism both in more general geological fields, such as tectonics and geodynamics, and in applied ones, such as prospecting and pollution. Primarily, the book is aimed at undergraduate geology or geophysics students. It is geared to provide them with a general overview of geomagnetism, allowing them to understand what contributions this branch of science can offer in the more special sectors of earth sciences. Graduate students and geology researchers will also benefit from it, as it enables them to gain a clear and concise image of the techniques which can be applied in their areas of specialization.

Extension And Dissemination Of The Electrical And Magnetic Units

Autore: Francis Briggs Silsbee
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Memoir Of James Prescott Joule

Autore: Osborne Reynolds
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108028802
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The first study of the life and work of Sir James Prescott Joule (1818-1889), written by a friend and colleague.

Royal Society Of London Catalogue Of Scientific Papers 1800 1900 Subject Index Volume Iii Physics Part Ii Electricity And Magnetism

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A Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism

Autore: James Clerk Maxwell
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108014038
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Volume 1 of Maxwell's 1873 influential contribution to physics covers the first elements of his electromagnetic theory: electrostatics and electrokinematics.

Classified List

Autore: Princeton University. Library
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Black Holes Time Warps Einstein S Outrageous Legacy Commonwealth Fund Book Program

Autore: Kip Thorne
Editore: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393247473
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Winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics Ever since Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity burst upon the world in 1915 some of the most brilliant minds of our century have sought to decipher the mysteries bequeathed by that theory, a legacy so unthinkable in some respects that even Einstein himself rejected them. Which of these bizarre phenomena, if any, can really exist in our universe? Black holes, down which anything can fall but from which nothing can return; wormholes, short spacewarps connecting regions of the cosmos; singularities, where space and time are so violently warped that time ceases to exist and space becomes a kind of foam; gravitational waves, which carry symphonic accounts of collisions of black holes billions of years ago; and time machines, for traveling backward and forward in time. Kip Thorne, along with fellow theorists Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose, a cadre of Russians, and earlier scientists such as Oppenheimer, Wheeler and Chandrasekhar, has been in the thick of the quest to secure answers. In this masterfully written and brilliantly informed work of scientific history and explanation, Dr. Thorne, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and the Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics Emeritus at Caltech, leads his readers through an elegant, always human, tapestry of interlocking themes, coming finally to a uniquely informed answer to the great question: what principles control our universe and why do physicists think they know the things they think they know? Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time has been one of the greatest best-sellers in publishing history. Anyone who struggled with that book will find here a more slowly paced but equally mind-stretching experience, with the added fascination of a rich historical and human component. Winner of the Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science.