Frequency Conversion by Third Class Conductor and Mechanism of the Arcing Ground and other Cumulative Surges

@article{SteinmetzFrequencyCB,
  title={Frequency Conversion by Third Class Conductor and Mechanism of the Arcing Ground and other Cumulative Surges},
  author={C. Steinmetz},
  journal={Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers},
  volume={XLII},
  pages={470-477}
}
  • C. Steinmetz
  • Physics
  • Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers
In high-voltage power circuits, such as transmission lines and the high-voltage coils of large power transformers, not infrequently disturbances are observed of a frequency differing from, and usually very much higher than that of the power supply, and differing from the typical transient of energy readjustment, in that they do not gradually die out, but increase in intensity until either destruction occurs, or they finally limit themselves. Such cumulative oscillations or arcing grounds derive… Expand
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