Definition of Gausses
1. gauss [n] - See also: gauss
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Literary usage of Gausses
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1. The Deserts of Southern France: An Introduction to the Limestone and Chalk by Sabine Baring-Gould (1894)
"... Extent of the gausses—Their Character—A Recent Discovery--Geologic Structure—Subterranean Rivers—The gausses not seen by Travellers—The gausses of ..."
2. Ready Reference Tables: Volume I. Conversion Factors of Every Unit Or by Carl Hering (1904)
"gausses in iron = gausses in air X permeability. " in air = gausses in iron -r- permeability. Inch gausses in iron = inch gausses in air X permeability. ..."
3. Europe by George Goudie Chisholm (1899)
"The gausses and the Segalas South of the volcanic region of central France the characteristic surfaces are isolated plateaux of different character. ..."
4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"(S>max maximum cyclic flux density in steel (gausses). (Bi (Bm (B0 flux densities in inner, middle, and outer belts of a lamina (gausses) and in ..."
5. Electrical and Magnetic Calculations, for the Use of Electrical Engineers by Albert Algernon Atkinson (1902)
"However, it is not often advisable to go beyond 12000 gausses. For arc machines the density often reaches 18000 gausses. Perhaps 16000 gausses will ..."
6. Ready Reference Tables: Based on the Accurate Legal Standard Values of the by Carl Hering (1904)
"The relations to other measures are as follows: Permeability: — gausses in ... gausses x 2.021 27-ь ampere-turns per inch. = inch gausses X 0.393 700-=- ..."