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### Literary usage of Reactances

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**1.** *Theory and Calculation of Alternating Current Phenomena* by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1900)

"Power Losses in **reactances**. In the preceding equations, the losses of power in
... Approximately, the inductive **reactances** are (a — /) z0 and (a — j) x^ ..."**2.** *Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers* by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1914)

"Mr. Torchio suggests selecting busbar **reactances** with an ampere rating the same
as that of the oil switches in the busbars. ..."**3.** *Theory and Calculations of Electrical Circuits* by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)

"The **reactances** used for the constant-potential constant-current transformation
may be divided between inductive and con- ..."**4.** *Theory and Calculations of Electrical Circuits* by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)

"That is, to produce the constant-current power, P, from a single-phase
constant-potential circuit, the apparent power, 2 P, must be used in **reactances**; or, ..."**5.** *Electrical Engineering: The Theory and Characteristics of Electrical* by Clarence Victor Christie (1917)

"Leakage **reactances**.—The diameter of the circle, in the diagram for the induction
motor, is inversely proportional to the sum of the **reactances**, ..."**6.** *The Electric Circuit* by Vladimir Karapetoff (1912)

"The Secondary Resistances and **reactances** Reduced to the Primary Circuit. ...
Equations (236) and (237) refer to the resistances and **reactances** per phase, ..."**7.** *General Electric Company Review* by General Electric Company (1910)

"POWER LIMITING **reactances** BY DR. CP STEINMETZ In the appreciation of the effect
of reactance in alternating current circuits, three periods can be ..."**8.** *Theory and Calculation of Electric Circuits* by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)

"That is, to produce the constant-current power, P, from a single-phase
constant-potential circuit, the apparent power, 2 P, must be used in **reactances**; or, ..."