A Universal Stress Sag Chart: For Power Line Computation

A Universal Stress Sag Chart: For Power Line Computation

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Author: J.T. Hattingh

Format: Hardback

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This book, A Universal Stress Sag Chart: For Power Line Computation, was written by J.T. Hattingh and published by Blackie & Son in 1936. A time- and labour-saving device which obviates lengthy and difficult computations will, I feel sure, be welcomed by engineers. It is for this reason that the Electricity Supply Commission has decided to publish the Universal Stress Sag Chart developed by Dr. Hattingh and used by the Commission's engineers since 1926. The extremely elegant utility of the chart is most striking; problems which appear to be most involved are solved in a few moments, while the risks of error are reduced to a minimum. The value of this will be appreciated by men who have had to evaluate involved parameters and the roots of cubic equations in computations relating to transmission lines. - Foreworded by H.J. Van Der Bijl. First Edition. Condition: Good with some tanning and foxing. Includes equations, charts and graphs. Dust jacket: Fair with age tanning and general shelf wear. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
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NB: This is a secondhand book in very good condition. See our FAQs for more information. Photo is of the actual book - please note wear and tear. A description of our secondhand books is not always available. Please contact us if you have a question about this title.

Author: J.T. Hattingh

Format: Hardback

Number of Pages:


This book, A Universal Stress Sag Chart: For Power Line Computation, was written by J.T. Hattingh and published by Blackie & Son in 1936. A time- and labour-saving device which obviates lengthy and difficult computations will, I feel sure, be welcomed by engineers. It is for this reason that the Electricity Supply Commission has decided to publish the Universal Stress Sag Chart developed by Dr. Hattingh and used by the Commission's engineers since 1926. The extremely elegant utility of the chart is most striking; problems which appear to be most involved are solved in a few moments, while the risks of error are reduced to a minimum. The value of this will be appreciated by men who have had to evaluate involved parameters and the roots of cubic equations in computations relating to transmission lines. - Foreworded by H.J. Van Der Bijl. First Edition. Condition: Good with some tanning and foxing. Includes equations, charts and graphs. Dust jacket: Fair with age tanning and general shelf wear. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
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