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Literary usage of Inphase
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Alternating Currents by Charles George Lamb (1921)
"current on inphase load to be naturally fulfilled, we can greatly improve ... 68 let OE be the EMF, and let the inphase current that will account for the ..."
2. Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers by Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (1907)
"The armature current of a synchronous motor has therefore an inphase and a ... The inphase component depends on the true load on the machine; ..."
3. Alternating Current Design by Julius Frith (1912)
"The vertical heights of these points can be read off on the same scale and give the inphase component of the stator current; the power factor is obtained by ..."
4. Transactions by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1911)
"In any event the amount of this loss is small compared with that produced by the inphase current carried by the ions formed in a fully developed and ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1911)
"may use this instrument for measuring high-tension line losses due to inphase current through the atmosphere—ie, corona formation. ..."
6. An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology by Nist, Board on Assessment of NIST Programs, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"... Inc. Michael J. Cima, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kenneth L. Davis, Arizona State University Lisa Dhar, InPhase Technologies FW Gordon Fearon, ..."
7. A Text Book of the Principles of Physics by Alfred Daniell (1884)
"... necessarily not in amplitude, and opposed inphase. A maximum compression arriving at P causes that particle to yield to the greatest extent, ..."
8. EMF Electrical Year Book by Electrical Trade Publishing Company (1921)
"The active or inphase component of an alternating current Is that component which Is in phase with the voltage: it equals the product of the current by the ..."