## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 251Elsevier, 1951 Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-1859. cf. Index to v. 1-120 of the Journal, p. [415] |

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**zero**unless the sum of the lower indices is**zero**, we have = m ' M - μ ' , m " = M ' — μ ' , - - μ ' , m ' m " = M- -- M ' . As the M and M ' take on values from -J to J , the , maximum value of m ' - m " is 2J , which is , as a ...Page 349

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**zero**and 0.5 X 104 radians per second . The magnitude of the driving point admittance can be expected to be a maximum at**zero**frequency and to decrease rapidly with increase of frequency near**zero**. Furthermore , the vector that ...Page 533

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**ZERO**( ALL**ZERO**( ALL IMPE- MULTIPLIED IMPEDANCES BY 2 ) 3F , DANCES MULTI- PLIED BY 2 ) 4F2 6F2 Va 2 ALPHA ALPHA iB // 3 √3VB 3F MULTIPLIED BY 3. ALL BETA ( ALL IMPEDANCES GENERATED VOLTAGES MULTIPLIED BY √3 ) FIG . 11 . BETA FIG ...### Other editions - View all

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