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### Definition of Permeances

**1.** permeance [n] - See also: permeance

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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, ..."