Electric ignition for combustion motors

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J. Wiley, 1912 - 438 pagina's
 

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Abutted magnets
11
Electric arc from a shuttlewound armature
14
Effect of speed of armature on rasition for maximum arc
16
Laminated armature core
18
Magnetic flux in a rotating Ishaped armature core
19
Electromotive force and current induced in an armature
24
Alternating current generated
25
Graphical representation of current in a shuttlewound armature
28
Cycle of current
29
Position of armature for maximum arc
30
Lowtension alternatingcurrent magneto with shuttlewound armature
31
Stationary armature and rotary magnetic sleeve
35
Action of the magnetic sleeve
37
DIRECTCURRENT MAGNETOS 31 General
38
Elementary form of drum armature
39
Commutation of current in a directcurrent generator
41
Continuouscurrent electric generator
43
ART PAGE 37 Complete drum armature
44
Armature connections
45
Complete directcurrent magneto
48
CHAPTER IV
50
Color test
51
Magnetic compass test
52
Extemporized compass needle 33
53
CHAPTER V
54
Voltmeters
56
Voltammeters
57
Deadbeat indicating needle
59
CHAPTER VI
60
Plungercore electromagnet
61
Ushaped electromagnet
62
Ringshaped electromagnet with consequent poles
64
CHAPTER VII
65
Bipolar directcurrent generator with ringshaped shuntwound electro magnets
67
Fourpole directcurrent generator with shuntwound electromagnets
71
Seriesandshunt field winding
74
Field rheostat for regulating voltage
75
Reversing the rotation of the armature
76
CHAPTER VIII
78
Polarization of primary electric cell
80
AT PACE 68 Deterioration of dry batteries while idle
82
Exhaustion of dry batteries in service
83
Lalande and Chaperon wet cell
84
Edison primary battery
86
CHAPTER IX
88
Reversed cell in a series battery
89
Parallelconnected battery of four cells
90
Reversed cell in a parallelconnected battery
91
Parallelseries batteries
92
Wrong arrangement of a battery
93
Connection to external circuit
94
Screwtop battery cells
95
CHAPTER X
97
Electrodes or plates of a lead storage cell
98
Complete storage cell
99
Voltage of a storage cell having lead plates
101
Maximum rate of discharge of storage cell
102
Exide storage battery
104
Charging the storage battery
107
Chemical action in a lead storage battery
108
Capacity of a storage cell
109
CHAPTER XI
110
Method of floating the battery on the line no 95 Automatic cutout
113
Twovoltage system with two storage batteries floated on the line
117
Twovoltage system with lamps and ignition apparatus
118
Switchboard for twovoltage system with battery floated on the line
119
CHAPTER XII
123
Duration of contact between the electrodes
126
Truscott Boat Manufacturing Companys igniter
128
ART PAGE
131
Fourunit lowtension mechanism
137
CHAPTER XIII
144
Alternatingcurrent magneto primary battery and four makeand
150
Storage battery and novolt generator mechanical makeandbreak
159
Multiple system using novolt to 125volt direct current from general
165
Dual ignition system with plungercore electromagnets in the igniter
171
ART PAGE 132 AllisChalmcrs fourring timer for large engine
181
Details of AUisChalmers electromagnetic igniter for a large engine
184
Wiring diagram for a fourring timer and igniters actuated by a rotary magnet armature
191
Details of onering timer for large engine with four combustion cham
194
CHAPTER XV
200
Operation of elementary transformer sparkcoil without trembler
202
Trembler transformer sparkcoil
204
Safety sparkgap
213
Lag of sparkcoils
214
Sparkplugs with two or more sparkgaps
234
Separable sparkplugs
236
Width of sparkgap
239
CHAPTER XVII
240
Auxiliary condenser in an ignition system
242
Grounded sparkcoil condenser
243
Individual tremblercoil systems
244
Synchronized system with master tremblercoil
245
Synchronized system with master tremblercoil and auxiliary condensers
247
Ammeter and voltmeter permanently in the circuit of a hightension ignition system
249
Speed of the timer
251
CHAPTER XVIII
252
Mechanically operated contactmaker and hightension distributor sys tem with battery current
254
Unisparker
255
Combined contactmaker sparkcoil and distributor
258
Comparison of unisparker and ordinary timer
260
CHAPTER XIX
261
Seriesshunt connection of sparkplugs
262
Constructive form of seriesshunt sparkplug ignition system
265
CHAPTER XX
268
Interrupted shuntcurrent magneto ignition system
271
Shuntedcurrent magneto ignition system
272
Doublewound hightension magneto
273
Bosch hightension magneto with doublewound rotary armature
275
U H magneto with rotary doublewound shuttle armature
291
Remy magneto with stationary armature and rotary inductor
295
Effect of advance and retard on the strength of the ignition spark
301
Chargedanddischarged condenser ignition system
302
Shaft couplings for advancing and retarding the ignition
303
Eisemann hightension magneto with automatic sparkadvance mechanism
305
Interrupted shortcircuit magneto
307
Movable extensions of magnet poles for constant strength of spark
309
Pittsfield magneto with stationary armature and rocking poleextensions
311
Mea magneto with rocking magnets
316
CHAPTER XXI
326
Remy ignition system with separate transformer
327
Splitdorf ignition system with separate transformer
330
Eisemann ignition system with separate transformer
334
EisemannCarpentier ignition system
337
Bosch dual ignition system
340
Duplex hightension ignition system having a battery in series with the primary of the magneto
345
Magneto with two hightension windings for dual ignition
352
CHAPTER XXII
353
KW highfrequency magneto
356
Ford highfrequency magneto
358
CHAPTER XXIII
361
Varying the time of ignition relative to the rate of combustion of the charge in the motor
362
Varying the time of ignition with variable speed
364
Reduction of the variation of ignition by the use of two simultaneous ignition sparks
365
Advancing and retarding the spark in a variablespeed motor
366
CHAPTER XXIV
368
Cleaning the sparkplug
369
Repairing the sparkpoints of contact igniters
370
Lubricating and cleaning the timer
371
Care of the magneto or dynamo
372
Filing or dressing the contactpoints
374
Keeping electric connections tight
375
Testing a primary battery
376
CHAPTER XXV
378
Ammeter in scries with resistance 37a 221 Lamp for testing
381
Lowest safe voltages of storage batteries while discharging
382
Curve of voltage drop while a storage battery is discharging
383
Testing the density of the electrolyte
384
CHAPTER XXVI
387
Connections for charging two batteries at the same time
389
Rate of charging a storage battery
390
Removing the sediment from leadplate cells
393
Taking a leadplate cell out of commission 304
394
Taking a nickeliron battery out of commission
396
CHAPTER XXVII
397
Timing or setting the timer
398
Timing a rotary magneto of the interrupter type
400
Relative positions of the crankshaft and piston of a motor
402
CHAPTER XXVIII
405
In the sparkcoil
407
In the reactance coil or kickcoil
408
In the magneto
409
In the dynamo
413
In the connections
415
CHAPTER XXIX
416
Backfiring into the intake of the motor
417
Overheating of the motor
418
Knocking or pounding
419
Spark control must be advanced more than usual and motor behaves erratically
420
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