## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**Constant**Cooling - Means Temperature The heat losses per unit of core length are the same , therefore the insulation stresses will be , too , with**constant**cooling - medium tempera- A sizeable decrease in cooling surface needed or in ...Page 211

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**constant**of integration in the second equation which must be determined by the initial conditions , the independent variable being now t . The simplest way of introducing the initial condition is to assume that for t = 0 , 0 ( 0 ) ...Page 330

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**constant**must = ( A / T ) ° / sec . seconds . Consequently , when tracking a**constant**- rate target which appears at fixed time intervals , the aided - tracking time**constant**should equal the time interval in seconds . Theoretically ...### Contents

EDITOR HENRY BUTLER ALLEN MET E D Sc Sc D | 104 |

History of Power Transmission | 192 |

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