As a unit of electromotive force, the international volt, which is the electromotive force that, steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is one international ohm, will produce a current of one international ampere, and which is represented sufficiently... Wire in Electrical Construction - Page 15by John A. Roebling's Sons Company - 1897 - 73 pagesFull view - About this book
| Harold Pender - Electric engineering - 1911 - 438 pages
...follows : " As a unit of electromotive force (shall be taken) the International Volt, which is the EMF **that steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance...represented sufficiently well for practical use by** J5§3 of the EMF between the poles or electrodes of the voltaic cell known as Clark's cell, at a temperature... | |
| George William Clarkson Kaye, Thomas Howell Laby - Chemistry - 1911 - 153 pages
...1800 gramme per second. 5. The International Volt is defined as the electrical pressure which, when **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...will produce a current of one International Ampere.** 6. The International Watt is defined as the energy expended per second by an unvarying electric current... | |
| John Oren Reed, Karl Eugen Guther - Physics - 1911
...volts (355) 299. Definition of the Volt. " The international volt is the electric pressure which, when **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...will produce a current of one international ampere"** (Art. 264). The volt is thus defined in terms of the oFim and the ampere in accordance with Ohm's law.... | |
| John Oren Reed, Karl Eugen Guthe - Physics - 1911 - 622 pages
...volts (355) 299. Definition of the Volt. " The international volt is the electric pressure which, when, **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...will produce a current of one international ampere"** (Art. 264). The volt is thus denned in terms of the ohm and the ampere in accordance with Ohm's law.... | |
| George William Clarkson Kaye, Thomas Howell Laby - Chemistry - 1911 - 153 pages
...1800 gramme per second. 5. The International Volt is defined as the elect1ical pressure which, when **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...will produce a current of one International Ampere.** 6. The International Watt is defined as the energy expended per second by an unvarying electric current... | |
| John Oren Reed, Karl Eugen Guthe - Physics - 1911 - 622 pages
...volts (355) 299. Definition of the Volt. " The international volt is the electric pressure which, when **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...will produce a current of one international ampere** " (Art. 264). The volt is thus denned in terms of the ohm and the ampere in accordance with Ohm's law.... | |
| National Electric Light Association - Electric meters - 1912 - 1070 pages
...International volt, as defined by the International Electrical Congress, which met in Chicago in 189,3, " **is the electromotive force that, steadily applied...represented sufficiently well for practical use by** — - — 1,434 of the electromotive force between the poles of the voltaic cell, known as Clark's... | |
| John Conrad Hemmeter - Physiology - 1912 - 223 pages
...the volt. It is about the amount of electricity produced by one Daniell cell. It equals the EMF which **steadily applied to a conductor whose resistance is...one international ohm will produce a current of one** ampere. Voltage is that which tends to move a current over a conductor. Amperage is that which is moved.... | |
| Anthony Zeleny, Henry Anton Erikson - Physics - 1912 - 248 pages
...Volt is the electrical pressure which, when steadily applied to a conductor the resistance of which **is one international ohm will produce a current of one international ampere.** 4. The International Watt is the energy expended per second by an unvarying electric current of one... | |
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