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Elsewhere, white arc threshold current was found to be independent of icing regions and equal to about 18 mA rms. Hard rime icing was the most dangerous icing type for HV insulators due to the high probability of white arc occurrence.]]>3315222598<![CDATA[Real-time interpolation with cubic splines and polyphase networks]]>11264721619<![CDATA[Impulse voltage distribution and transfer in barrel-type distribution transformers]]>1041301361188<![CDATA[Radiation characteristics of shaped conical horns]]>E-plane sidelobe levels over a broad frequency bandwidth. It consists of incorporating a step in the E-plane of a conical horn with plane conducting walls and adjusting the step height for controlling the sidelobe levels. The principal plane radiation patterns of the shaped conical horn are analyzed by the GTD method and show satisfactory agreement when compared with the experimental patterns.]]>931051111687<![CDATA[Long-term optimal operation of series-parallel reservoirs for critical period with specified monthly generation]]>1231161225618<![CDATA[Beneficial effects of positive current feedback control of DC motors]]>1231311362185<![CDATA[A linear-time divider array]]>n) time is described in detail. It is compared with earlier 0(n^{2}) and 0(n log n) arrays. For the practical operand range of 16 through 64 bits, the 0(n) array is faster and less expensive than the 0(n log n) array. The new array also has the advantage that its logic arrangement has a more regular structure than the 0(n log n) array, and is therefore potentially more amenable to LSI implementation.]]>6414201235<![CDATA[Optimum distribution feeder balancing using the ampere-mile vector theory]]>642126930<![CDATA[Physical modelling of the electromagnetic heating of oil sand and other earth-type and biological materials]]>4419282078<![CDATA[An assessment of superconductive energy storage for Canadian freight railways]]>733121762<![CDATA[Silicone oil as replacement fluid for PCBs in transformers]]>1131101131317<![CDATA[A procedure for determining the optimal sampling interval for system identification using a digital computer]]>104152157804<![CDATA[A stochastic hydro-thermal power system model: A sensitivity study case]]>719171378<![CDATA[Stratégie de commande pour un système de conversion de l'énergie éolienne à vitesse variable]]>511620757<![CDATA[A comparison of the maximum entropy method and the periodogram method applied to the spectral analysis of computer-simulated radar clutter]]>3111161027<![CDATA[A proposed hardware structure for automatic threshold selection in digital images]]>13123261396<![CDATA[Effect of control circuits on power system optimization]]>2137431104<![CDATA[Array factor considerations of space-fed planar phased arrays]]>12261663333<![CDATA[Impedance matrix formulation of stripline circulators]]>k/μ where k and μ are parameters of the tensor permeability of the ferrite.]]>53911371<![CDATA[Performance of offset paraboloid reflectors with offset matched feeds]]>531215801<![CDATA[Review of optimization and economic evaluation of potential tidal power developments in the Bay of Fundy]]>4117251252<![CDATA[Static and small signal analysis of a series-resonant converter operating above its resonant frequency]]>1241581642676<![CDATA[Performance analysis of thyristor-controlled static phase-shifters in power systems]]>1214549944<![CDATA[Processing of real ELT signals for SARSAT]]>12133444556<![CDATA[A theoretical bound for the processing of SARSAT signals]]>1112327684<![CDATA[SCR controlled induction machines: Transients and regeneration]]>10115211074<![CDATA[Calculation of the suppression of signals and intermodulation noise when multiple unequal carriers are amplified by a TWT]]>2 and which is simpler to use than other methods in current use^{4,5,6,7}. This paper describes the calculations and includes a comparison of the results with experimental observations. The results are useful in the design of a satellite communications system in which a TV signal and multiple radio or two-way voice signals are present in one satellite transponder. The calculations show that for each 1 dB signal suppression of the small carriers due to the presence of a large carrier at saturation, the suppression of intermodulation noise is by more than 2 dB. Based on these results, it would be advantageous to operate with a single carrier saturating the transponder when multiple unequal carriers are present.]]>242932694<![CDATA[Voiced-unvoiced discrimination for efficient compression in multichannel telephony]]>232833925<![CDATA[Optimal excitation control of non-linear power systems]]>422125976