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Column: “An engineer’s diary”
[No. 42] Diameter
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D is for diameter! – surely the most fundamental of all engineering dimensions, at least in electric machine design. It is so important, we might ask ourselves why computer monitors are rectangular instead of circular! When we look at the cross-section of a machine, everything is bounded by the O.D., the outside diameter (except of course the terminal box). What else is there to see?
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