Talk:Unipolar induction

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This page is a stub that does not say anything more than Homopolar generator, and nothing links to it except that article, so I have redirected there. The literature list is a poor translation from, I suspect, German. The list of links is too long, unordered, and has several pages that are not obviously related to the topic. I have preserved them here, in case anyone wants to salvage something. Art Carlson 11:37, 2005 Jun 19 (UTC)

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  • To the short theory of the unipolar machine, L Kneissler Kneissler-Maixdorf, Elektrotechnik and Maschinentechnik, 61. Class, 1 October 1943, number 39/40, page 479-486
  • unipolar machine with contacts for acceptance of the river, patent specification No. 704671, inventors: Paul Gebhart, patents to 24.03.1938
  • unipolar machine for small tensions and high rivers, M. Zorn, electrotechnical magazine, 61. Jg. number 16, 18,04,1940, page 358-360
  • unipolar Machines, Association OF the Magnetic Field, A. K. Gupta, American journal OF Physics 31 (1963), p. 428
  • unipolar machines, petrol Schulz, 1908, publishing house of Hachmaisler & Thal, Leipzig * unipolar machine with a tiefstgekuehlten energizing wind, OS 2534511, inventors: Professor Dr. Peter Klaudy, Anmelder: Siemens AG Anmmeldetag: 01,08,75 Int. Cl. H 02 K 31/00
  • electrical unipolar machine, OS 2537548, inventors: Dieter Wetzig, applicant: Siemens AG
  • over unipolar induction, F. Ollendorf, Archiv for electro-technology, XLIV volume, number 2, 1959
  • High volume days Homopolar generator, general Atomics described in A GA marketing brochure 2-28-91
  • Closed Path Homopolar Machine, Adam Trombly, internationally patent (PCT) HO2K 31/00, 39/00, June 24.1982
  • Homopole type AC generator, Enakichi Hayasaka, U.S. patent No. 4.831.299, May 16.1989


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