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Magnetic amplifiers

United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Ships.

Magnetic amplifiers

a rising star in naval electronics

by United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Ships.

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Published in Washinton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnetic amplifiers.

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    Statementprepared by Electronics Design and Development Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7872.M3 U5 1951
    The Physical Object
    Pagination83 p.
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6127383M
    LC Control Number52060367
    OCLC/WorldCa4870005

    Format Book Published New York, Wiley, Language English Series General Electric Series Description p. illus. 24 cm. Local Notes HathiTrust shared print program Magnetic amplifiers The characteristics of a material being magnetized, shown in the drawing of Figure , can be used as the basis of an amplifier. Normally, for transformer action, we try to use a core material where the characteristic resembles as closely as possible a straight line, with minimum change of slope and smallest possible area.

    Magnetic amplifiers are devices somewhat similar to a transformer where one winding is used to control the saturation of a magnetic core and hence alter the impedance of the other winding. [24] They have largely fallen out of use due to development in semiconductor amplifiers but are still useful in HVDC control, and in nuclear power control. "Magnetic Amplifiers. Vacuum tubes aren't the only way to make an amplifier. This book is about magnetic amplifiers, which use the nonlinear saturation characteristics of a .

    APPLIED ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES MANUAL NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND NAVY DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON, D.C. NAVSEA Training Manual APPLIED ENGINEERING Self-Saturation Magnetic Amplifiers Classification Of Magnetic Amplifiers Rev. 1, ACN-1, May v. APPLIED ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES MANUAL. Magnetic Amplifiers: Theory and Application (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, ), by Sidney Platt (page images at HathiTrust) Magnetic-Amplifier Circuits: Basic Principles, Characteristics, and Applications (New York et al.: McGraw-Hill Book Co., ), by William A. Geyger (page images at HathiTrust).


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Magnetic amplifiers by United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Ships. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THIS Book is a waste of time if you are a engineer who believes that this author has had a lot of experience with magnetic amplifiers but he had looked up ok references and published them in this book and it shows as he refers to zero work he was involved in. And so you are left with a sense of,was he ever involved in this technology/5(3).

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Addeddate Identifier MagneticAmplifiers Identifier-ark ark://t9cp80 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages Ppi There are different types of amplifiers, including Voltage amplifiers, Operational amplifiers, Current amplifiers, Power amplifiers, RC coupled amplifiers, Vacuum tube amplifiers, Magnetic amplifiers and so on.

Magnetic Amplifier. Magnetic amplifiers book electromagnetic device used for the amplification of electrical signals which utilizes the magnetic saturation. The Theory and Design of Magnetic Amplifiers by Frost-Smith, magnetic amplifier design. Edit Your Search. Results (1 - 10) Fair. This is Magnetic amplifiers book ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. About this Item: New York: McGraw-Hill,Hardcover.

Condition: Very Good. illus. 24 cm. ; LCCN: ; Series: McGraw-Hill electrical and electronic engineering series; OCLC: ; LC: TKV3; Dewey: ; Contents: Motion of charge particles in electric and magnetic fields -- Applications of the motion of particles in applied fields -- Metals.

21 rows  Line magnetic Audio LMIA A B integrated Amplifier Class A single. Magnetic Amplifiers. Herbert F. Storm. Wiley, - Magnetic amplifiers - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents. Magnetic Materials. 1: CenterTap Amplistat 15 13 Comparison of the Control Character. This book was written because of a need to make available fundamental concepts of magnetic amplifiers. It is intended primarily for technical aides, electronic technicians, electrical draftsmen, electricians, and students, interested in a fundamental knowledge of the operation and applications of magnetic Rating: % positive.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Storm, Herbert F. Magnetic amplifiers. New York, Wiley, (OCoLC) Online version: Storm, Herbert F.

Paul Mali August, Groton, Conn. CONTENTS Introduction 1 Magnetism 3 Electromagnetism 11 Magnetic Circuits 23 The Saturable Reactor 26 Self-Saturating Types 34 Three-Legged Core Magnetic Amplifiers 39 Compensating Magnetic Amplifiers 42 Polarized Magnetic Amplifiers 46 Amplifier Gain 50 Feedback 53 General Uses and Construction D.

GRAYM.I.E.E., E., M.A.I.E.E.E., in Centralized and Automatic Controls in Ships, (d) Transistor Amplifiers. While magnetic amplifiers can be designed for ratings from a fraction of a watt up to kW or more they are now facing increasing competition from the transistor and the silicon-controlled rectifier (or thyristor).

The former rivals the magnetic. This book was written because of a need to make available fundamental concepts of magnetic amplifiers.

It is intended primarily for technical aides, electronic technicians, electrical draftsmen, electricians, and stu­ dents, interested in a fundamental knowledge of the operation and appli­ cations of magnetic amplifiers.

The magnetic amplifier (colloquially known as a "mag amp") is an electromagnetic device for amplifying electrical signals. The magnetic amplifier was invented early in the 20th century, and was used as an alternative to vacuum tube amplifiers where robustness and high current capacity were required.

World War II Germany perfected this type of amplifier, and it was used in the V. Two of the best are: The Transformer Book by Lee Reuben and Magnetic Amplifiers by Mali.

They can be found on google. Most of these articles however, describe mag amps in theoretical terms.

They can easily lead one to think that special cores and transformers would be necessary in order to to actually build a magnetic amplifier. Magnetic amplifiers provide a way of accurately controlling large amounts of power. They are used in servosystems (which are covered later in this training series), temperature or pressure indicators, and power supplies.

This chapter has presented only the basic operating theory of saturable-core reactors and magnetic amplifiers. Amplifiers are among major special audio components.

Tube amplifiers are the most commonly used amplifiers for professionals and sound experts. The cost of a tube amplifier mostly consists of the cost of an output transformer and tubes that is usually a factor limiting the sound Size: KB.

For a thorough understanding of magnetic amplifiers, I would suggest to start with a book which was written by Paul Mali and published in - 'Magnetic Amplifiers - Principles And Applications. Magnetic Amplifiers, Paul Mali,pages - Thanks to Keith Carlsen.

Vacuum tubes aren't the only way to make an amplifier. This book is about magnetic amplifiers, which use the nonlinear saturation characteristics of a core to create.

Magnetic Amplifiers. George M. Ettinger 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. a.c. output a.c. permeability a.c. power a.c. winding amplitude applications applied voltage audio frequency audio frequency magnetic balanced saturable reactor bridge circuit capacitance Chapter characteristic of Fig.

Magnetic tape and high resolution digital sources outperforms vinyl in my ears. anyway – the power amplifiers and speakers do not care if we play mono, stereo or even surround.

I will not here go deeper into the merits of the Pick Up amplifiers/step up or RIAA sections.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ettinger, George M. Magnetic amplifiers. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley [] (OCoLC) Document Type.MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS. You have now been shown various ways that electron tubes (NEETS, module 6) and transistors (NEETS, module 7) can be used to amplify signals.

You have also been shown the way in which this is done. There is another type of amplifier in use - the MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER, sometimes called the MAG AMP.

The magnetic amplifier has certain advantages .