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Some practical experience with embedded temperature detectors
Journal of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers
June 1920 NEWBURY AND FECHHEIMER: TEMPERATURE DETECTORS 549 The above is followed by a discussion of the problems of heat flow in connection with the copper, iron and insulating parts, indicating, in a general way, where the principal temperature drops occur. This is followed by a general discussion of copper, iron and air friction losses and a rough indication is given as to the enormous volumes of cooling air required by such machinery. Temperature determination is next taken up, with a shortdoi:10.1109/joaiee.1920.6592727 fatcat:jtho6tihbjftpp666dk4m2374q