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The use of secondary electrons to obtain trigger action similar to that of a thyratron is described. An experimental tube and the necessary circuits by which this action is achieved are discussed. This combination gives the features of a triode with a relay or on and off feature, resulting in an...
A practical method is developed for calculating the distribution of scalar fields in axially symmetric systems. To obtain a complete solution a knowledge of the potential distribution along a cylinder of constant radius is required; in many cases the distribution along the cylinder can be...
The differential equations governing the longitudinal displacement and velocity of a uniform rod are identical to those governing the propagation of charge and current along a uniform electrical transmission line. By making use of this analogy between the rod and the transmission line, it is...
A new method for deriving the usual Poynting vector is given. This method also yields other equally valid energy flow vectors with the same or other equally valid postulated electromagnetic energy densities. Examples of such alternative Poynting vectors with their associated energy densities are...
The present theory of the suspension of vehicles is established on the assumption of perfect symmetry and of a linear dependence between elastic forces and the displacements of the wheels and deflections of the tires. The path of the vehicle rolling on uneven ground is supposed nearly straight,...
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