The Application of Hyperbolic Functions to Electrical Engineering Problems
by A. E. Kennelly
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1916
Number of pages: 324
Hyperbolic functions have numerous, well recognized uses in applied science. Wherever a line, or series of lines, of uniform linear constants is met with, an immediate field of usefulness for hyperbolic functions presents itself, particularly in high-frequency alternating-current lines.
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