Among the operating characteristics of incandescent lamps, there are certain features which are often overlooked by the man using or dealing with lamps. The voltage is one of the chief factors upon which the behavior of a lamp depends. It is well known that under an excessive voltage, a lamp will not last long, but will last much longer than its normal life if the voltage is below normal. Mathematical formulae have been deduced from experimental results to cover this relation.
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"The Relation between Voltage and Candle-Power in Modern Incandescent Lamps,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 26(1), 517-519.
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