Electric Power Transmission-A Practical Treatise for by Louis Bell

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* eight Henri Cartan, Les travaux de Koszul, II (see 1)
* nine Claude Chevalley, L'hypothèse de Riemann pour les groupes de fonctions algébriques de caractéristique p, II,, d'après Weil (see 3)
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By pneumatic power for fuel purposes. Water-power is by no means always cheaper than fuel, but as a general rule it is, and by such an amount that it can be transformed into electrical energy and transmitted to at least a moderate distance without losing its economic advantage. It therefore is usually the cheapest source from which to derive for general distribution on a large scale. It is very difficult to give a clear idea of the relative cost of steam and water-power, for while the one can be predicted for power any given place with fair accuracy, the other is subject to immense variations.

Miles from the city, and the working pressure is supplied There is an indifferently from this or from the pumps direct. and the total electric light plant pressure water, and Water is $15 per with 600 a large HP in turbines driven number supplied to the electric light of by the smaller consumers. company for as low as HP per year. Both these installations are extensions of the city water Operated in this way service, and have done excellent work. the economic conditions are somewhat different from those to be found in a hydraulic plant established by private enterprise 44 ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION OF POWER.

A typical rope transmission is shown diagramrnatically in Here A and B are two wheels, usually of cast iron, Fig. 10. generally from 5 to 15 feet in diameter and with deeply grooved cient surface of contact. in FIG. 10. connected by a wire rope perhaps from J inch in diameter, which serves to transmit the power as inch to li revolve. The rope speed is usually from 3,000 to wheels the sometimes feet as high as 6,000. The distance 5,000 per minute, of A centres and B between the may be anything required by rims.

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