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Exact solutions for temperature distribution and heat flow through a rectangular fin are rederived in more general and simple form than previously given. These are studied numerically and graphically and shown to yield new results not contained in the approximate formulas hitherto used. Except...
Straight analytic determination of the heat exchange by radiation in a device is possible only if the emitting and absorbing surfaces are very simple in shape and configuration. In most practical cases, and particularly if the radiation is partly absorbed on its way by gases, approximative...
Magnetic measurements on ring samples of silicon iron, commercially pure nickel, and low carbon steel, in the thickness range 3.8×10 −3 to 38.1×10 −3 cm, indicate that it is possible to detect surface stray flux contributions to the total magnetization by comparing hysteresis loops obtained...
The generally employed methods of investigating arcback in mercury arc rectifiers are incapable of uncovering some of the important characteristics of the phenomenon. A new method of study has shown that arcback probability varies with time after the appearance of negative voltage, in a...
G EL formation in colloidal systems causes the viscosity of such systems to vary with the stress: these are called non‐Newtonian liquids. Because the physical cause of such behavior is related to the gel structure, the phenomenon is called structural viscosity. Three particular features are...
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