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We show that suitably shaped objects made of a dielectric material can function as electrical resonators for high frequency oscillations. We develop the theory of such resonators very briefly and compute their resonant frequencies and losses in some very simple cases. The paper concludes with an...
The successive approximation theory for the thick film lubrication of flooded journal bearings and bearings with circumferential grooves is developed through the fourth approximation, that is, including the fifth power of the journal eccentricity. The analysis applies to bearings of arbitrary...
An investigation has been made of the reignition of short a.c. arcs in air at pressures from one to eight atmospheres, for currents less than 3.25 amperes (and with a resistance circuit). Pure graphite electrodes were used and were separated by a distance of 1 mm. The reignition voltage under...
At low contents of the manganese activator, the decay of phosphorescence takes place in two stages. The initial stage is exponential. It is complete in less than 0.1 second and is not affected by temperature. The second stage is at a much lower intensity level. It becomes noticeable after 0.03...
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