Magnetos for automobilists, how made and how used; a handbook of practical instruction in the manufacture and adaptation of the magneto to the needs of the motorist

 
9781130598223: Magnetos for automobilists, how made and how used; a handbook of practical instruction in the manufacture and adaptation of the magneto to the needs of the motorist

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: ...parallel one with the other, separated by 25 sheets of paper from other 25 sheets of tinfoil, likewise in parallel among themselves, each set being furnished with its own separate connection. This arrangement constitutes a "condenser," or "capacity," so that if a charge of any given nature be communicated to the tinfoils of one set, a charge of opposite nature is acquired by the tinfoils of the opposite set, and this charge cannot be dissipated except through some path left open between the two connections. We give (Fig. 28) an illustration of a finished condenser of this type. 40. Position of Condenser.--Whatever be the system adopted for setting up the high tension current in the secondary winding, whether it be an-independent coil or whether it take the form of coils of fine wire insulated from, but superimposed on, the primary, the position of this condenser will always be the same, namely--its two terminals, i.e. the two twisted wires which are individually in contact with the two sets of protruding sheets of tinfoil, must be electrically in contact with the two ends of the primary circuit at which the " break" or " make" of contact takes place, to enable the "extra " or "self-induced" current to pass into and charge the two opposite sets of coatings of the condenser. 50. Simms-Bosch High tension Magneto.--These precautions being premised, we will pass on to the consideration of a typical form of magneto, in which the secondary winding is on the same armature as the primary. The one which we select for the purpose of illustrating the principle is the one known as the "Simms-Bosch high tension" magneto, illustrated in sectional elevation at Fig. 29. In this we have a set of three powe...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 28 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: . . . parallel one with the other, separated by 25 sheets of paper from other 25 sheets of tinfoil, likewise in parallel among themselves, each set being furnished with its own separate connection. This arrangement constitutes a condenser, or capacity, so that if a charge of any given nature be communicated to the tinfoils of one set, a charge of opposite nature is acquired by the tinfoils of the opposite set, and this charge cannot be dissipated except through some path left open between the two connections. We give (Fig. 28) an illustration of a finished condenser of this type. 40. Position of Condenser. --Whatever be the system adopted for setting up the high tension current in the secondary winding, whether it be an-independent coil or whether it take the form of coils of fine wire insulated from, but superimposed on, the primary, the position of this condenser will always be the same, namely--its two terminals, i. e. the two twisted wires which are individually in contact with the two sets of protruding sheets of tinfoil, must be electrically in contact with the two ends of the primary circuit at which the break or make of contact takes place, to enable the extra or self-induced current to pass into and charge the two opposite sets of coatings of the condenser. 50. Simms-Bosch High tension Magneto. --These precautions being premised, we will pass on to the consideration of a typical form of magneto, in which the secondary winding is on the same armature as the primary. The one which we select for the purpose of illustrating the principle is the one known as the Simms-Bosch high tension magneto, illustrated in sectional elevation at Fig. 29. In this we have a set of three powe. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130598223

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