2 edition of radio frequency technique for measuring arc boundaries found in the catalog.
radio frequency technique for measuring arc boundaries
P. K. Dhar
by Universityof Liverpool. Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics in Liverpool
Written in English
|Statement||P.K. Dhar, M. Irie, M.R. Barrault.|
|Series||Arc Discharge Research Project report -- ULAP-T58|
|Contributions||Irie, M., Barrault, M. R., University of Liverpool. Department of Electrical Engineeringand Electronics.|
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