| American Philosophical Society - 1808
...construct them. 1 Lord Kelvin proposed, in determining the size of conductors tor electricity, that **the most economical area of conductor is that for...which the annual cost of energy wasted is equal to the** interest on that portion of the capital outlay which can be considered to be proportionate to the weight... | |
| Gisbert Kapp - 1886 - 331 стор.
...annual cost of energy wasted. By writing the above equation in the form p(K—Ko) = W, we find that **the most economical area of conductor is that for...interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered to be proportional to the weight of metal used. Professor George Forbes, in his Cantor... | |
| Gisbert Kapp - 1890 - 331 стор.
...above equation in the form p(K-Ko) = W, we find that the most economical area of conductor is that o **for which the annual cost of energy wasted is equal...interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered to be proportional to the weight of metal used. Professor George Forbes, in his Cantor... | |
| Gisbert Kapp - 1890 - 348 стор.
...above equation in the form p (K - Ko) = W, we find that the most economical area of conductor is that o **for which the annual cost of energy wasted is equal...interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered to be proportional to the weight o metal used. Professor George Forbes, in his Cantor... | |
| Francis Beatus Badt - 1891 - 97 стор.
....outlay which does not depend on the area of the .conductor. "Hence uie should state more correctly that **the most economical area of conductor is that for...interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered tj be proportional to the weight of metal used. "Prof. George Korbes, in his Cantor... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1892 - 924 стор.
...outlay which does not depend on the area of the couductor. Hence we should state more correctly that **the most economical area of conductor is that for...interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered to be proportional to the weight of metal used. "Prof. George Forbes, in his Cantor... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1892 - 924 стор.
...correctly that the most economical area of conductor is that for which Vie annual coat of energy witst/d **is equal to the annual interest on that portion of the capital outlay which** can be considered to be proportional to the -wciyJit of metal y sed. "Prof. George Forbes, in his Cantor... | |
| 1897
...to this subject in his Cantor Lectures of 1885,* in which • London Electrician, Vols. XV. and XVI. **he showed that the portion of the investment which...Limitations in the Applicability of Kelvin's Law,"*** demonstrates that in some cases Kelvin's Law gives absurd results, and may, for example, require that... | |
| 1897
...conclusion reached by him, and now known as " Kelvin's Law," may be stated in the following language : **The most economical area of conductor is that for which the annual** interest on capital outlay equals the annual cost of energy wasted. In other words, the total annual... | |
| Horatio Alvah Foster - 1901 - 987 стор.
...conductor, a condition seldom obtaining in practice, and states the correct rule as follows : — " **The most economical area of conductor is that for...cost of energy wasted is equal to the annual interest** 011 that portion of the capital outlay which can be considered to be proportional to the weight of... | |
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