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Electrical Papers
     

Electrical Papers

by Oliver Heaviside
 

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ISBN-10: 110802856X

ISBN-13: 9781108028561

Pub. Date: 06/16/2011

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

The publication of Electrical Papers in 1892 established Heaviside (1850–1925) as an authority on electromagnetic theory, telegraphy and telephony.

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The publication of Electrical Papers in 1892 established Heaviside (1850–1925) as an authority on electromagnetic theory, telegraphy and telephony.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781108028561
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
06/16/2011
Series:
Cambridge Library Collection - Technology Series
Pages:
586
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

31. On the electromagnetic wave-surface; 32. Notes on nomenclature; 33. Notes on the self-induction of wires; 34. On the use of the bridge as an induction balance; 35. Electromagnetic induction and its propagation (part 2); 36. Some notes on the theory of the telephone, and on hysteresis; 37. Electrostatic capacity of overground wires; 38. On the self-induction of wires W. H. Preece; 39. Notes on nomenclature; 40. On the self-induction of wires; 41. On telegraph and telephone circuits; 42. On resistance and conductance operators, and their derivatives, inductance and permittance, especially in connection with electric and magnetic energy; 43. On electromagnetic waves, especially in relation to the vorticity of the impressed forces; and the forced vibrations of electromagnetic systems; 44. The general solution of Maxwell's electromagnetic equations in a homogeneous isotropic medium, especially in regard to the derivation of special solutions, and the formulae for plane waves; 45. Lightning discharges, etc.; 46. Practice versus theory. Electromagnetic waves; 47. Electromagnetic waves, the propagation of potential, and the electromagnetic effects of a moving charge; 48. The mutual action of a pair of rational current-elements; 49. The inductance of unclosed conductive circuits; 50. On the electromagnetic effects due to the motion of electrification through a dielectric; 51. Deflection of an electromagnetic wave by motion of the medium; 52. On the forces, stresses, and fluxes of energy in the electromagnetic field; 53. The position of 4Π in electromagnetic units; Index.

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