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Plauson Book 25

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the stator, and on the rotor discs. These must be made of well isolating material, best from particularly for this worked on art wood and or paper without structure, since usual Holzund paper pulps does not exhibit usually di~ necessary firmness and Isolierrahigkeit.

After the execution described above one receives with good electrical insulating capacity a mechanical firmness, which to all requirements of the art of building of engines correspond, to t. All individual connecting wires 4 (Fig. 16) can also by a strong metallic ring 4 (Fig. 15}, which is fastened on the stator and serves as document for eJnzelne metallic staffs, replace will. Of course must be isolated for special cases of the leaders 4 by isolation disks from the ring. ,

Having such three pole oscillation circles with the same capacity a very high induction to exhibit, then instead of smooth metal cylinders spirals are rolled up in cylinder form, whereby the further execution of the individual induction condenser vouchers has to happen completely exactly according to pattern 16. In the last case one obtains the mechanical firmness thereby that one manufactures the insulating layer from ebonite, fiber or similar material with high firmness and rolls the turns up on such tubes, these however in metallic rings into the stator surface embeds firmly.

In Fig. 17 is the connections of the particulars oscillation circles shown if no third electrode is necessary, and the oscillation circle only for the purpose of the phase shift is used. In the same way two-pole oscillation circles are embedded also in the rotor disc, in the same amount of more ocler also only half as much as in the stator surface. They must possess however the the same capacity and self induction coefficient as the stator oscillation circles.

The individual oscillation circles in the rotor can either. from each other to be isolated, or, as in the description of stator. by a metal ring (4, Fig. 15) to be short circuit with one another. On Fig. 18 and 19 is perspectively represented, like individual S {: hwingungskreise onto the rotor disc to be installed and by rings short circuited. The individual oscillation circles exist (as from Fig. 17 evidently) from two into one another pushed, but from each other isolated metal cylinders (on Fig. 18 with 1 and 2 designation), those, by V erbindungsleitung3 short circuit, an oscillation circle closed in itself form.

The cylinders become with their two ends on the rotor basis (not drawn overview for the sake of) in