Definition of Exciters
1. Noun. (plural of exciter) ¹
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Definition of Exciters
1. exciter [n] - See also: exciter
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Literary usage of Exciters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Electric Ship Propulsion by Samuel Murray Robinson (1922)
"CHAPTER IX exciters and Other Auxiliaries IT will practically always be necessary to ... exciters which are direct connected to the main generators are not ..."
2. Hydro-electric Power Stations by David Barker Rushmore, Eric A. Lof (1917)
"exciters One of the problems in connection with large generating stations which has been given comparatively little attention until lately, ..."
3. Steam-electric Power Plants: A Practical Treatise on the Design of Central by Frank Koester (1908)
"exciters and Air Compressor. — To secure a continuous operation of the ... As practically all the auxiliary machinery is steam driven, the exciters are ..."
4. Hydroelectric Developments and Engineering: A Practical and Theoretical by Frank Koester (1909)
"The exciters are 400 KW capacity, 250 volts. The guarantee of the main generators is as ... The guaranteed efficiencies of the exciters are as follows: ..."
5. American Hydroelectric Practice: A Compilation of Useful Data and by William Thomas Taylor, Daniel Harvey Braymer (1917)
"exciters.—The exciter equipment is divided into three units, one of which is a 125 kw. ... All of the exciters are wired so that they may be switched to a 8 ..."
6. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1912)
"In some of the recent developments, however, individual exciters are provided ... exciters driven by independent prime movers, either waterwheels or steam ..."
7. Dynamo-electric Machinery: A Manual for Students of Electrotechniques by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1904)
"Very low speed machines (exciters) ; d. Double-current generators ; e. Three-wire generators, and multi-voltage generators ; /. ..."
8. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal (1829)
"The bands in which the trigeminal nerves are inserted are the exciters of the apparatus ... Its hemispheres are the exciters of the movements of the limbs, ..."