Electromagnetic pumps for liquid metals
Gutierrez, Alejandro U.
Heckathorn, Clair E.
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This thesis is the result of a literary research on the subject of electromagnetic pumps for liquid metals. The research was conducted at the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School to educate the authors in the field of electromagnetic pumps and to fulfill requirements for a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. This thesis which is a synopsis of information obtained from various technical publications is designed to give the reader information on the theory and design of electromagnetic pumps in general. Included are: (l) Description of operation of all types of conduction and induction pumps (2) The development of the DC conduction pump from the equivalent circuit. (3)Dcvelopnent of electrical efficiency (4) Analysis of armature reaction. (5) A comprehensive bibliography. The important results of work performed in the laboratory by various individuals has been included.
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