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2 edition of Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits found in the catalog.

Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits

Nesbit, William

Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits

by Nesbit, William

Published by Westinghouse Technical Night School Press in East Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

Subjects:
• Electric lines,
• Electric power distribution

• Edition Notes

Classifications The Physical Object Statement by Westinghouse engineers, compiled by William Nesbit ... Contributions Westinghouse Electric Corporation. LC Classifications TK3001 .N35 1926 Pagination vii, 317 p. incl. tables, diagrs. Number of Pages 317 Open Library OL6691137M LC Control Number 26013068 OCLC/WorldCa 2428217

4 Chapter 1 • Electrical Characteristics of Wire the body and produces heat. The resistance of a material limits the number of electrons that flow in the material and the amount of energy that is transferred and causes heat in the circuit. Resis-tance occurs in all electrical circuits—even the best of conductors have some resistance. The following items are all characteristics of the circuit that need to be considered when selecting equipment ratings according to NEC Length of wire. A longer run of wire will result in less AFC at the end of the run of wire than the same type and size of .

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Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits by Nesbit, William Download PDF EPUB FB2

Electrical Characteristics of Transmission Circuits Paperback – Aug by William B Nesbit (Creator), Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co (Creator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Paperback.

Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits. Nesbit, William, b. ; Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Publication date. :   Excellent introduction to the characteristics of some of the lesser known transmission line structures, especially ones associated with transmission lines for power.

Also contains useful analytical derivations of the equations for the line parameters. An excellent companion to the text by Waddell - "Transmission Line Design Handbook".5/5(1). Electrical characteristics of transmission circuits. Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Nesbit; Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company.

"This edition constitutes a slight revision plus a large addition to the original articles, ʻElectrical characteristics of transmission circuits' published serially in the Electric journal and later in book form by the Westinghouse electric and manufacturing co." Description: vii, pages including tables, diagrams 31 cm: Responsibility.

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This section presents a simple technique for measuring the characteristic impedance $$Z_0$$, electrical length $$\beta l$$, and phase velocity $$v_p$$ of a lossless transmission line.

This technique requires two measurements: the input impedance $$Z_{in}$$ when the transmission line is short-circuited and $$Z_{in}$$ when the transmission line.

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