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- Elektro Rules Paper
- Slide Rule Wristwatches
- Hermans SlideRuleCatalogue a-Z
- Logarithm Rules
- OS-ISRM_SlideRuleSeminar
- AllAboutSlideRules_OughtredSocietyPublication_rev120913a.pdf
- The Robinson Calculator
- On the history of Gunter scale and the slide rule
- The Easy Slide Rule
- Chemistry Slide
- Slide Rules
- AllAboutSlideRules_OughtredSocietyPublication_rev121001
- Long Questions 2015
- Instruction for Using a Slide Rule
- The Ln Scale
- TIA Grubic2011 Libre
- RLC Circuits and Resonance
- tda2003-2
- ULTRAIII_300
- Baker Surge Testing Electric Motors Wp

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Ahrend 15 Electro (Dennert & Pape 15) • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V #

Ahrend 654 Electro • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # =ST=

Alro 200R • • • S T S&T N2 N = N N2 R N3

Alro 600E • • • n2 C = D n2 LL Dyn-Mot V ? L

Antica Fabbrica Vittorio Martini Elettro Cosfi 401 • • • • V A = B CI C = D U = S ST T =

Antica Fabbrica Vittorio Martini Elettro Cosfi 416 • • • • V A = B CI C = D P K LL || L = S ST T =

Archimedes 18 C Electro • • A = B CI BI C = D L LL1 LL2 LL3 P =ST=

Aristo 814 Elektro • • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 #V D/M(=) ( opt G/M3~))# =SLT=

Aristo 815 Elektro • • • K A = B BI CI C = D D/M(=) V = S ST L T =

Aristo 914 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 #V D/M(=) ( opt G/M3~))# =SLT=

Aristo 915 Elektro • • • K A = B BI CI C = D LL3 LL2 D/M(=) V = S ST L T =

Aristo 949 ? ? • ? ?

Aristo 1014 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 #V D/M(=) ( opt G/M3~))# =SLT=

Aristo 1015 Elektro • • • K A = B BI CI C = D LL3 LL2 D/M(=) V = S ST L T =

Aristo 10175 • • • LC 2phi A = B CI C = D S T L Special Scales

Blundell 305 C Electro Academy • • • V Dyn-Mot G/M3~ A = B CI C = D K LL2 LL3 =SLT=

Blundell 404 Electro Omega • • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Blundell 604 Electro Omega • • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V G/M3~ # =SLT=

Blundell 805 Electrical Academy • • • V Dyn/Mot A = B CI C = D K LL2 LL3

Blundell E 3 Electrical • • • Volt A = B Cos C øF = D Dyn-Mot

Blundell E 13 Electricians • • • K LL1 LL2 DF = CF 1) CRF CR C = D P LL3 A # Dyn-Mot V #

Blundell E 18 Electricians • • • V D A = B C = D øF øC cos # Dyn-Mot V #

Blundell E 25 Electricians • • • LL3 A = B R C = D LL3 K # Dyn-Mot V #

Blundell P 16 Electricians • • • Volt Dyn-Mot A = B cos C = D LL1 LL2 Res Cos

Calamari • • • LungM A = B Volt | kW Rho mm3 | LungM watts/cm2 = kW B

Colgate ? ? Mentioned in Ref 6

Concise 200 EE Data Center • • • D = C CI L A S T K M Data Tables for Resistance and Reactance

Concise 380 Radio Computer • • • Special Scales Special Scales

Concise EE - 112 • • • D = C CI L A S T1 T2 ST

Davis Electrical • • ?

Dennert & Pape 15 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V #

Dennert & Pape 141 • • ? Mentioned in ref 5

Dennert & Pape 143 • • ? Mentioned in ref 5

Dennert & Pape 145 • • ? Mentioned in ref 5

Dennert & Pape 49/20 • • ? Mentioned in ref 5

Dimier Electric • • • kW A = B(cv) C = D(cv) # Dyn-Mot V # = mm2 mm =

Diwa 111 Electro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V #

Diwa 211 Electro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V #

Diwa 311 Electro • • • K A = B CI C = D Volt tg. cin. = LL1 LL2 LL3 =

Diwa 511 Electro • • • Dyn-Mot K A = B CI C = D V tg. sin. = LL1 LL2 LL3 =

Diwa 611 Electro • • • cosj A = B CI C = D cosj # Dyn-Mot V # = LL1 LL2 LL3 =

Duval Regle Electro • • • L K A = B CI C = D LL1 LL2 LL3 #30-20# #0.5+10Volts# =cossin Tg C =

Faber Castell 319 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 368 • • • LL3 LL2 / A = B C = D / 27cm # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 378 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 379 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 388 • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V #

Faber Castell 388 N • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V #

Faber Castell 398 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 1/78 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 1/78/378 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 1/98 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 1/98/398 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 111/98 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 Dyn-Mot V ] K = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 167/98 Elektro • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 Dyn-Mot V ] K = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 379 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 4/98 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 61/78 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 61/78/379 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 61/98/319 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 ] K # Dyn-Mot V #

Faber Castell 67/98 Elektro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 Dyn-Mot V = sin lg tg =

Faber Castell 67/98 Rb Elektro Addiator • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 Dyn-Mot V = sin lg tg =

Flying Fish 1018 • • • LL01 LL0 LL1 K A = Q QI L I = D DI LL02 LL2 R P’ P =B T S C = J J’ T G

Flying Fish 6006 • • • dB Neper V Dyn-Mot A = B T S C = D K P L Sh1 Sh2 Th Ch DF = CF CIF CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1

Fuji 208 Electro • • • K E A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 L = S ST T =

Graphoplex 643 Electro Log Log • • • L cos B3 B2 = b2 a b = B LL3 LL2 LL1 = S&T S T b =

Graphoplex 650 Electro • • • L B3 cos? B2 = b2 a b = B cos? Dyn-Mot V = S&T S T b =

Graphoplex 697 Electro • • • L 1) Dyn-Mot V A = B Cap./Ind. CI C = D f l DI ST T S DF = CF CIF K CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1

Graphoplex 698 Electronicien • • • f XC f XL A = B L Cap CI C = D f' f Log x-d‚cibels ST T S DF = CF CIF K CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1

IWA 0272 Electronic • • • Lamda, Cw f = C L Rc = LC Rl K S T A = B CI C = D Ln cm

IWA PIA Electronic • • • A = B Cap,Ind C = D f l2/l1 db p/p =SLT=

Jakar 66 • • • K Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 L = S S&T T =

Johan Faber 9206 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # = sin lg tg =

Kesel • • • • K C R Special, Cu price, Cu wght, V, Eff, PS, Belt, Rev, PS, Cu dia

Keuffel & Esser 4133 Roylance Electrical • • • A = B (F C) CI C = D ] B & S Wire Gauge # Wire Amp # =SLT=

Keuffel & Esser 4139 Cooke Radio • • LC A = B T ST S = D DI L DF = CF CIF CI C = D 2phi

Keuffel & Esser National Radio Union • • • Xr,Xc = F Ind = Cap

Lawrence 8-L Voltage Drop • 8" • Cable Distance = Current VD = Wire Size

Loga 30sE • • C=D Cos

Loga 30sT • • • Sqrt1 Sqrt2 D = C CI K L Cos

Loga 300 Tt.-El • • ? ?

Lyra - Orlow 41E • • • ? ?

Marcantoni 12.5 RE • • • cos? A = B CI C = D cos? # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Marcantoni 25 • • • ?

Nelson - Jones Circuit Designers Slide Rule • • • db A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 XL = L&C F = XC

Nestler 11ZE • • • cos A = B CI C = D cos # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Nestler 32 Elektro (Presser) • • C=DA=V

Nestler 36 Elektro • • • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 = Dyn-Mot V =

Nestler 37 Elektro • • • • • V A = B C = D U // LL3 K #30-56cm# = S S&T T =

Nestler 39 Elektro (Besser system) • • • Special Scales

Nestler 0137 Elektro • • • Dyn-Mot Volt A =B CI C= D,P1 P2 =S L T =

Nestler 0297 Electronic I • • • Special Scales Special Scales

Nestler 0370 Elektro • • • V A = B C = D U ] LL3 K #30-56cm# = S S&T T =

Nestler 0374 System Moisson • • • 2πf Ind = Cap D/l D-n = Lambda f ?

Nestler 375 Elektro • • • V A = B C = D U ] LL3 K #30-56cm# = S S&T T =

Ohico Electro 15 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

PIC Electro • • • S A = B Dyn-Mot Volt C = D T = LL L K =

PIC 130 • • • LL2 LL3 A = B CI (Isd ITd Td Sd) C = D K # Dyn-Mot V #

PIC 131 / 132 / 134 • • • • • LL2 LL3 A = B CI ISb Tb C = D P # Dyn-Mot V #

PIC 144 AC Electrical (model F) • • • S C A = B CI ( Z c f )C = D T // S T = LL1 LL2 LL3 C =

PIC 141 AC Electrical (Model E) • • • S C A = B CI ( Z c f )C = D T // S T

PIC Electrical • • • • • LL1 A = B CI C = D LL2 D&ILL # V Dyn-Mot # =STL=

Pickett N16ES • • • SH1 SH2 TH DF = CF L S ST T CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 Ln 21 special scales

Pickett N515T Electronic • • • (Lr)H (fx)2phi A = (Cr)B S T (Lx or Cx)CI xL or fr-C = D L Ln Special Scales

Pickett N531 CREI Electronic • • • L Ln A = B CI C = D 2Phi K LL2 LL1 = S ST T C = D LL3

Pickett N535 Electronic • • • L Ln A = B CI C = D 2Phi K Special Scales

Pickett N931 Electronic • • • L Ln A = B CI C = D 2Phi K LL2 LL1 = S ST T C = D LL3

Pickett N1020 NRI • • • K A = B ST T S C = D DI 2Phi DF = CF L CI C = D DI

Reed Service Electronic Engineers • • • • K A = B CI C = D L #D/L# = S S&T T =

Reiss Elektro • • • K A = B CI C = D L LL2 Dyn-Mot = sin sin/tg tg = V LL3

Relay 157 • • • Sh2, Sh1, A = B, K, Th, C = D, Tr1, Tr2, dB Sr, Stheta, P', P = Q, CF, CI, C = D, DF, LL2, LL1

Relay 158 • • • Sh2 Sh1 Th A = BI S T CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 X1 X2 P2 P1 = Q Y L Lx I =

Relay 159 • • • LL01 LL02 LL03 A = B BI K CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 Sh1 Sh2 P2 P1 = Q Sr Se Th C = D T2 T1 L

Relay 605 • • • Dyn-Mot L1 A = B CI C = D L2 Volts = S L T = Eq. Tbl

Ricoh 107 • • • Dyn-Mot V A = B K CI C = D S T = LL3 LL2 LL1 L =

Ricoh 156 • • • db DF =CF CIF CI C= D A Xc XL K =KI S T= F2 F1 DI

Rista 2 Electro • • • Motor K A = B CI C = D Volt T S = LL1 LL2 LL3 =

Rista 22 Electro • • • Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D COS COS L = S S&T T =

S.R.E ELEKTRON 25 • • • S T F A = B CI C = D P R I/I0 dB P/P0

Seehase Elektro Praktikus • • • Special Scales

Sydney Service Rule • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 =SLT=

Tianjin Gong Nong Bing 6504 • • • T1 T2 K A = B F CI C = D L S LL01 LL02 LL03 SG1 = SG2 SG2' C R1 = R2 LL3 LL2 LL1

Simplon Electro Log-Log • • • LU A = B CI C = D LL # Dyn-Mot V # =ASTD=LD

Skala • • • Pradnica Silk Volt L P K A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 S T s-t

Staedtler 54106 Electro • • • V A = B CI C = D U ] LL3 K = S S&T T =

Stanley "Electrical or Mechanical engineers Rule" • • • LU A = B C = D LL # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

J. Hemmi 4 • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 80 • • LL2 A = B C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 80/1 • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 80/3 • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 81/1 • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 81/3 • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 82 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 83 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 84 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 85 • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 86/3 • 15cm • Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 ] K =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 86 • 15cm • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 87/3 • 15cm • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL2 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 80K • • • Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 ] K =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 86K • • • Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D LL3 LL2 ] K =SLT=

Sun Hemmi 152 • • • K A = B CI C = D T Θ Rθ =

P Q Q' C = LL3 LL2 LL1

Sun Hemmi 153 • • • L K A = B CI C = D T Ge L Re P = Q Q' C = LL3 LL2 LL1

Sun Hemmi 154 • • • DF P' = P Q CF CI S' = A D K S T = T' Th Sh C = D L X

Sun Hemmi 255 Electrical Engineering • • • Sh1 Sh2 Th A = B TI2 TI1 SI C = D Θ L K DF = CF CIF CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1

Sun Hemmi 255D Electrical Engineering • • • Sh1 Sh2 Th A = B TI2 TI1 SI C = D DI Θ L K DF = CF CIF CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL2

Sun Hemmi 256 Electronics • • • L db Neper DF = CF CIF CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 A L = C SI TI = D lambda F

Sun Hemmi 266 Electronics • • • LL3 LL1 LL2 LL2 A = B BI CI C = D dB L S T XL XC F r1 P = r2 Q L Cf Cz = L Z f0 l

Sun Hemmi 275D • • • L K DF = CF CIF CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 Sh1 Sh2 Th A = B TI2 TI1 SI C = D DI x Theta

Tavernier Gravert 2184 Electro • • • LL2 A = B CI C = D LL3 = Dyn-Mot V =

Tecnostyl 41/E Electro • • • cosa A = B CI C = D cosa = S lg T =

Thornton Electrical • • • LL2 A = B C = D LL3 # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Thornton 3650 LL2 LL3 A = B CI C = D K # Dyn-Mot V # =SLT=

Timisoara Politehnica • • • P K A = B BF,IC CI C = D LL3 LL2 LL1 \ L R # Dyn-Mot V# = S ST T =

Unique Electrical • • • LL2 FAHR. CF = DF V CI C = D CENT. LL3

Unis Electricien No.5 • • • kW A = B C = D Dyn-Mot

UTO 551 - U Darmstadt Electro 1A • • • Motor K A = B CI C = D Volt T S = LL1 LL2 LL3 =

UTO 611 Richter Electro 22 • • • Dyn-Mot V A = B CI C = D cos cos L = S S&T T =

VEB Mantissa Electric • • • LL1 LL2 LL3 A = B L CI C = D P S T Special Scales

White & Gillespie 432 • • • LL L A = B Reciprocal C = D Cu LL Sine Kw = H.P. F Tangent = V Dyn-Mot

Westec Electronics Slide Rule • • • Lr K 2phi A = B S T CI C = D L Ln ST Special Scales

Woodworth (Electrical Wireman) ? ? (Lewis Institute, USA) mentioned in Ref 6

Woodworth (Volt, amps, ohms and watts) ? ? (Lewis Institute, USA) mentioned in Ref 6

Unknown Maker (Czech origin) No 11 • 10cm • L A = B CI C = D K = S ST T =

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CF This was a "folded" C scale, which was simply shifted so that the numbers marked on it were pi times the number on the C scale.

CIF This scale showed the reciprocals of the numbers on the CF scale.

Instead of A and B scales, or in addition to them, some slide rules had a scale twice as long as the C scale, split into two halves to fit on the slide rule. This allowed

R1, R2 (or W1, W2) calculations of square roots to be done with greater accuracy.

T1, T2 Some slide rules included a second T scale so that tangents of angles over 45 degrees could be directly represented.

ST or SRT As sin(x) and tan(x) are very nearly x in radians for very small x, the primary use of this scale was to provide a backwards extension to the S and T scales.

The "Pythagorean" scale. A number x on this scale corresponded to sqrt( 1 - x^2 ) on the C scale (and vice versa) and could be used in calculating one side of a right

P triangle from the two others. This scale rapidly becomes very compressed near the right-hand side of the slide rule.

Ln A linear scale that gives the natural logarithm of numbers from 1 to 10.

This scale was to the B scale as the CI scale was to the C scale. It allowed one to more quickly multiply by the reciprocal of a square root, by bringing the index of the slide

BI: against a number on the D scale instead of using the cursor.

Electronic slide rules sometimes had a folded C scale which was folded at 1/(2*pi) instead of at pi. This was useful for calculations of the reactance of a capacitor or an

F or 2 pi inductor

This scale was folded at 1/((2*pi)^2), which is approximately 0.02533. The resonant frequency of a tuned circuit with inductance L and capacitance C is 1/(2*pi*sqrt(L*C)),

LC: one could divide either L or C on this scale by the other one on the B scale to read the resonant frequency on the D scale.

: These scales show the ratio of the sine, tangent, inverse sine, and inverse tangent to their arguments (in degrees). One maker of slide rules (P.I.C.) ( Maybe two see the

Romanian Politehnica) used these scales as a replacement for conventional trigonometric scales on some models of slide rule, despite the fact that this means that

Sd, Td, ISd, ITd multiplying a quantity by the sine of an angle would take two steps instead of one.

Scales for the hyperbolic functions, hyperbolic tangent and hyperbolic sine. The hyperbolic sine is nusually a split double-length scale. Hyperbolic cosine, although rare,

Th, Sh 1, Sh 2, Ch: was provided on a few slide rules most particularly the Chinese Flying Fish Rules.

SR, TR1, TR2: Additional sine and tangent scales that took radian arguments.

This was a folded scale consisting of part of one decade of an A scale followed by one decade of an AI scale. The end index of both represented 100%, and was located

over 7.46 on the A scale, as that represented a constant for converting kilowatts to horsepower. Since the efficiency of both a dynamo and a motor must be less than unity,

and that of a dynamo is expressed in terms of kilowatts per horsepower, while that of a motor is expressed in terms of horsepower per kilowatt, this arrangement served to

convert both to percents. When this scale was located on the body of the rule, the A scale represented kilowatts of electrical power, and the B scale represented

Dynamo/Motor: mechanical horsepower.

This scale served to indicate the voltage drop across a certain length of copper wire with a certain cross-sectional area, and again corresponded to the A and B scales. It

Volts: could have different locations depending on whether English or metric units were used where the rule was to be used.

On some other slide rules designed for electrical work, the V scale, used for calculating the voltage drop along a copper wire, was matched to the C and D scales, and the

U and V: U scale, folded at pi/6, was also provided.

F represented the frequency of an alternating currentand usually ran from .1 to 1 to 10. Lambda represented wavelength usually running from from 3000 down to 30, and

was the wavelength, in metres, of a wave whose frequency, in mHz, was given on the F scale, thus, it was a folded scale with the speed of light as the multiplying factor.

The omega scale represents radians per second, and thus the number on that scale was 2*pi times the number on the F scale. The dimension on the tau scale was time,

F, lambda, omega, tau: and its value was the reciprocal of that on the omega scale.

This scale was used to determine either capacitative impedance, which is 1/(omega*C), or inductive impedance, which is omega*L. Since this scale was on the slider of

the rule, along with the omega scale and its associated folded scales, it ran in the opposite direction to the omega scale to allow multiplication, and thus it was like a BI

C or L scale, except that, like the F scale, it ran from 10 to 1 to .1 explicitly.

These represent inductive and capacitative reactance. (Impedance, usually noted by Z, is composed of both resistance and reactance, and X is the conventional symbol

for reactance, the component of impedance due solely to the non-resistive quantities of inductance and capacitance, when it is noted as such.) The X sub L scale was a BI

scale multiplied by 2*pi, and the X sub C scale was a B scale divided by 2*pi. Since the X sub L scale ran in the same direction as the C or L scale, one moved the desired

number on the F, lambda, omega, or tau scale to the index point in the middle of the rule, and then read the impedance on the point on the X sub L or X sub C scale

X sub L, X sub C corresponding to the value on the C or L scale.

This pair of scales was used to calculate the resonant frequency of an LC circuit. The formula involved is omega=sqrt(L*C). The C sub r scale was on the slider, and ran

from 100 to 10 to 1 to .1 to .01. The L sub r scale, on the fixed part of the rule, ran in the opposite direction, so one placed the capacitance on the C sub r scale over the

inductance on the L sub r scale, reading the square root of their product on the omega scale. Thus, the L sub r scale was folded by being divided by 4*(pi^2), compared to

C sub r, L sub r: a scale running from 1 to 10,000, so the resonant frequency would normally appear on the left index of the rule.

This scale represents, in a different way the P scale, the ratio between a resistance and a reactive impedance. Usually indexed to the A scale and from which theta and

Cos theta derive the ratio between reactance and resistance. Thus, Cos theta equal to 45 degrees (.707) was found above the center index of 1 on the A scale. With the

Cos theta, theta, (upper) db, D or Q Nestler 0137 the Cos theta scale was a two piece scale indexed to the D scale. Thus 0.707 was found below the left hand index of the D scale.

On the lower part of the rule, a second db scale was present which was not linear. This scale indicated the losses caused by impedance mismatch, the degree to which

(lower) db power effectively applied to the resistance was less than that fed to the total complex impedance

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