Definition of Starting handle
1. Noun. Crank used to start an engine.
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Literary usage of Starting handle
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1. Electrical Engineering: The Theory and Characteristics of Electrical by Clarence Victor Christie (1917)
"The auxiliary contact A is connected to t contact C but is placed in such a position that, when the motor is to be disconnected the starting handle ..."
2. Principles and Practice of Electrical Engineering by Alexander Gray (1917)
"ET 110 if / The starting handle must not be moved over too rapidly, or the starting resistance will be cut out before the speed and therefore the back emf ..."
3. Principles and Practice of Electrical Engineering by Alexander Gray (1917)
"If £ The starting handle must not be moved over too rapidly, or the starting resistance will be cut out before the speed and therefore the back emf have ..."
4. A Short Course in the Testing of Electrical Machinery for Non-electrical by John Harold Morecroft, Frederick William Hehre (1921)
"starting handle is shown in a position cutting out part of the resistance. Current enters let us say at the terminal L and flows around a solenoid B, ..."
5. The Horseless Age (1909)
"The "Keystone" Safety starting handle. A safety starting crank, which, it is claimed, cannot rotate backward more than a few degrees if the engine backfires ..."
6. Lockwood's Dictionary of Terms Used in the Practice of Mechanical by Joseph Gregory Horner (1892)
"The transmitter ia largely used on gas engines. The exterior appearance is simply that of a cylindrical box, with starting handle. Prime Number. ..."
7. Winston's Cumulative Loose-leaf Encyclopedia: A Comprehensive Reference Workedited by Thomas Edward Finegan edited by Thomas Edward Finegan (1922)
"... soon as the shaft of the engine is made to revolve by means of the starting handle, sparks are generated for igniting the charge at the correct moment. ..."
8. Engineering Electricty by Ralph Gorton Hudson (1920)
"Current also flows through the starting handle to X and then through a small ... When the starting handle makes contact with F (the motor is then running at ..."