Definition of Permeances

1. Noun. (plural of permeance) ¹



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Definition of Permeances

1. permeance [n] - See also: permeance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Permeances

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permeances (current term)
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Literary usage of Permeances

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1. Practical Calculation of Dynamo-electric Machines: a manual for electrical by Alfred Eugene Wiener (1901)
"C. RELATIVE permeances IN DYNAMO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. 63. Principle of Magnetic Potential. In taking the magnetic potential between two polepieces of opposite ..."

2. The Magnetic Circuit by Vladimir Karapetoff (1911)
"The Method of Equivalent permeances for the Calculation of Air-gap Ampere-turns. An inspection of Fig. 24 will show that the total permeance of the air-gap ..."

3. The Dynamo: Its Theory, Design and Manufacture by Charles Caesar Hawkins, F. Wallis (1903)
"On the other hand, the permeances between DJ and D2, or HJ and H2, are almost solely dependent on the diameter, being unaffected by any change in the length ..."

4. The Dynamo: Its Theory, Design, and Manufacture by Charles Caesar Hawkins, F. Wallis (1907)
"Now, considering the various leakage paths of the dynamo above discussed, it will be found that the permeances between A! and A,, BJ and B,a EJ and FI1 G, ..."

5. Dynamo-electric Machinery: A Manual for Students of Electrotechniques by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1905)
"When applying either the special rules or the graphic method to the leakages of field-magnets, it must not be forgotten in using such permeances to deduce ..."

6. Dynamo-electric Machinery: A Manual for Students of Electrotechnics by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1896)
"It follows that along any branched path the joint permeance- (or magnetic conductance) will be the sum of the permeances of the separate paths. ..."

7. Design of Dynamos by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1905)
"Hence, if the permeances of the separate paths of the useful and waste magnetic fluxes of a dynamo are known, the coefficient of dispersion, ..."

8. Design of Dynamos by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1903)
"Hence, if the permeances of the separate paths of the useful and waste magnetic fluxes of a dynamo are known, the coefficient of dispersion, v, ..."

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