Issue 4 • Dec 1960
Summary--Step-calibration methods are used in many physical laboratories for the extension of measurements to quantities far removed from the magnitude of greatest accuracy at which absolute determinations are made. The excellent precision of repetitive substitution procedures is exploited by step-up or step-down methods to extend measurements to higher or lower magnitudes without serious degradat... View full abstract»
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Summary--This paper discusses the performance of a toroidal square-loop ferromagnetic core as a circuit element. The analysis takes account of two different physical processes in the core: a reversible one which contributes to the fast initial rise of the output signal, and an irreversible one, tentatively described as domain rotation, which is mainly responsible for switching the core. A differen... View full abstract»
Summary--The properties and operating characteristics of nonvented, rechargeable, nickel-cadmium cells are determined and illustrated. The chacacteristics shown can be used to predict the performance of available sizes for circuit applications where a permanent, rechargeable dc power source is desired. View full abstract»
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This Transaction ceased production in 1962. The current publication is titled IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology.