Discussion on “the use of reactance in transformers,” (Moody) and “the effect of temperature upon the hysteresis loss in sheet steel.” (Maclaren) New York, October 11, 1912. (see proceedings for October, 1912)

@article{DiscussionO,
  title={Discussion on “the use of reactance in transformers,” (Moody) and “the effect of temperature upon the hysteresis loss in sheet steel.” (Maclaren) New York, October 11, 1912. (see proceedings for October, 1912)},
  author={},
  journal={Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers},
  volume={31},
  pages={2255-2268}
}
  • Published in
    Proceedings of the American Institute of…
Philip Torchio: Mr. Moody states that outside reactances arc equally effective and in practice superior to reactance within the transformer. Different attempts have been made to obtain a design of such reactances that would give the best results as to economy and safety, and also meet with the operation and installation requirements in stations. Mr. Moody… CONTINUE READING