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A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism By JAMES CLERK MAXWELL
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JAMES CLERK MAXWELL A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism James Clerk Maxwell, the first professor of experimental physics at Cambridge, was born at Edinburgh on November 13, 1831, and before he... More > was fifteen was already famous as a writer of scientific papers. In 1854 he graduated at Cambridge as second wrangler. Two years later he became professor of natural philosophy at Marischal College, Aberdeen. Vacating his chair in 1860 for one at King's College, London, Maxwell contributed largely to scientific literature. His great lifework, however, is his famous "Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism," which was published in 1873, and is, in the words of a critic, "one of the most splendid monuments ever raised by the genius of a single individual."< Less
Physics in Daily Life-II (Electricity and Magnetism) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Before electricity generation began slightly over 100 years ago, houses were lit with kerosene lamps, food was cooled in iceboxes, and rooms were warmed by wood-burning or coal-burning stoves.... More > Beginning with Benjamin Franklin's experiment with a kite one stormy night in Philadelphia,the principles of electricity gradually became understood. In the mid-1800s everyone's life changed by the electricity and magnetic induction force. Electricity is also a form of energy. So Electricity is the flow of electrons. All matter is made up of atoms, and an atom has a center, called a nucleus. Before electricity generation began slightly over 100 years ago, houses were lit with kerosene lamps, food was cooled in iceboxes, and rooms were warmed by wood-burning or coal-burning stoves. This book telling this scientific story basicly from ancient Egypt, Greek, Indian and China civilizations to the today’s new great inventions such as Maxwell’s Electromagnetics and Einstein’s Relativity theories with modern applications.."< Less
The Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series: Module 23 Magnetic Recording By United States. Navy
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The Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) was developed for use by personnel in many electrical- and electronic-related Navy ratings. Written by, and with the advice of, senior... More > technicians in these ratings, this series provides beginners with fundamental electrical and electronic concepts through self-study. Module 23, Magnetic Recording, is an introduction to the use and maintenance of magnetic recorders and the concepts of recording on magnetic tape and disks.< Less
The Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series: Module 23 Magnetic Recording By United States Navy
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The Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) was developed for use by personnel in many electrical- and electronic-related Navy ratings. Written by, and with the advice of, senior... More > technicians in these ratings, this series provides beginners with fundamental electrical and electronic concepts through self-study. The presentation of this series is not oriented to any specific rating structure, but is divided into modules containing related information organized into traditional paths of instruction.< Less
The Story of Electricity By John Munro
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The Story of Electricity 5 Preface 5 Publishers’ Note 6 Chapter I-The Electricity of Friction 7 Chapter II-The Electricity of Chemistry 17 Chapter III-The Electricity of Heat 25 Chapter IV-The... More > Electricity of Magnetism 28 Chapter V-Electrolysis 43 Chapter VI-The Telegraph and Telephone 48 Chapter VII-Electric Light and Heat 65 Chapter VIII-Electric Power 72 Chapter IX-Minor Uses of Electricity 83 Chapter X-The Wireless Telegraph 99 Chapter XL-Electro-Chemistry and Electro-Metallurgy 108 Chapter XII-Electric Railways 118 Appendix 126 UNITS OF MEASUREMENT 126 I. FUNDAMENTAL UNITS 126 II. Derived Mechanical Units 126 III. Electrostatic Units 128 IV. Magnetic Units 129 V. Electro-Magnetic Units 130 Practical Units of Electricity 130 Heat Units 132 Light Units 132 .. ISBN: 978-1-257-86210-8< Less
The Story of Electricity By John Munro
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The Story of Electricity 5 Preface 5 Publishers’ Note 6 Chapter I-The Electricity of Friction 7 Chapter II-The Electricity of Chemistry 17 Chapter III-The Electricity of Heat 25 Chapter IV-The... More > Electricity of Magnetism 28 Chapter V-Electrolysis 43 Chapter VI-The Telegraph and Telephone 48 Chapter VII-Electric Light and Heat 65 Chapter VIII-Electric Power 72 Chapter IX-Minor Uses of Electricity 83 Chapter X-The Wireless Telegraph 99 Chapter XL-Electro-Chemistry and Electro-Metallurgy 108 Chapter XII-Electric Railways 118 Appendix 126 UNITS OF MEASUREMENT 126 I. FUNDAMENTAL UNITS 126 II. Derived Mechanical Units 126 III. Electrostatic Units 128 IV. Magnetic Units 129 V. Electro-Magnetic Units 130 Practical Units of Electricity 130 Heat Units 132 Light Units 132 .. ISBN: 978-1-257-86210-8< Less
Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Dwight Nishimura
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This book presents the basic principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), focusing on image formation, image content, and performance considerations. Emphasis is on the signal processing elements... More > of MRI, particularly the Fourier transform relationships. Although developed as a teaching text for an electrical engineering course at Stanford University, the material should be accessible to those from other technical fields. The primary chapters (Chapters 1-7) cover the foundational material while the latter chapters (Chapters 8-11) provide brief overviews of extensions and selected topics. Also available in paperback.< Less
Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging By Dwight Nishimura
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This book presents the basic principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), focusing on image formation, image content, and performance considerations. Emphasis is on the signal processing elements... More > of MRI, particularly the Fourier transform relationships. Although developed as a teaching text for an electrical engineering course at Stanford University, the material should be accessible to those from other technical fields. The primary chapters (Chapters 1-7) cover the foundational material while the latter chapters (Chapters 8-11) provide brief overviews of extensions and selected topics. Also available in hardcover.< Less
'Permanent Magnet Generator' construction manual By Hugh Piggott
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This manual describes how to build a 'permanent magnet generator' (PMG). We can also call it an 'alternator', because it generates alternating current (AC). It will not generate 'mains voltage' or... More > 'utility power' AC. It generates low voltage, 'three phase' AC, and then changes it into 'direct current' (DC) for charging a 12 volt battery.< Less
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MAGNETIC NOZZLE REGION OF HIGH POWERED ELECTRIC PROPULSION THRUSTERS USING NUMERICAL SIMULATION, RF INTERFEROMETRY AND ELECTROSTATIC PROBES By Christopher Deline
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Experimental results are presented from the plume of a 200 kW plasma gun emitting into an applied magnetic nozzle. Density profiles, electron temperature and ion velocity are measured in a region... More > where the ratio of plasma kinetic pressure to magnetic pressure was Beta = 0.2 – 20. Numerical simulation is used to compare experiment results with theory predicting plasma detachment from B-fields. Significant plume deviation from B-fields was found for conditions of Beta > 1 in accordance with magnetic detachment theory. Nozzle efficiency estimates are provided based on simulated and measured conditions. In particular, an optimized magnetic nozzle condition is found theoretically improving nozzle efficiency by 10% over a nozzle-less condition. In addition, a new method is developed utilizing probes and RF interferometers in tandem. The density error was determined to be much lower than the error in probe measurements, and on the order of microwave interferometer uncertainty – as low as 10%.< Less