Bleak Seasons (Chronicles of the Black Company, Book 6) by Glen Cook

By Glen Cook

"Let me inform you who i'm, at the likelihood that those scribblings do survive....I am Murgen, regular bearer of the Black corporation, notwithstanding I endure the disgrace of getting misplaced that ordinary in conflict. i'm retaining those Annals simply because Croaker is useless. One-Eye won't, and not often somebody else can learn or write. i'll be your consultant for despite the fact that lengthy it takes the Shadowlanders to strength our current challenge to its inevitable end..."

So writes Murgen, professional veteran of the Black corporation. the corporate has taken the citadel of Stormgard from the evil Shadowlanders, lords of darkness from the a ways reaches of the earth. Now the ready begins.

Exhausted from the siege, beset by way of sorcery, and enormously outnumbered, the corporate have risked their souls in addition to their lives to carry their prize. yet this is often the top of an age, and nice forces are at paintings. the traditional race often called the Nyueng Bao swear that historical gods are stirring. the Company's commander has long past mad and flirts with the forces of darkness. simply Murgen, touched by way of a spell that has set his soul adrift in time, starts off eventually to realize the darkish layout that has made pawns of fellows and god alike.

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The cup structure Fig. 11. Induction-cup structure. employs a hollow cylindrical rotor, whereas the double-loop structure employs two loops at right angles to one another. The cup structure may have additional poles between those shown in Fig. 11. Functionally, both structures are practically identical. These structures are more efficient torque producers than either the shaded-pole or the watthour-meter structures, and they are the type used in high-speed relays. Single-Induction-Loop Structure.

Such relays may be polarized either by a permanent magnet or by a field coil connected to be energized by the voltage of the circuit. A field coil would be used if the relay were calibrated to operate in terms of the magnitude of power (watts) in the circuit. With adjustable calibration, the relay would also have overcurrent (or overpower) or undercurrent (or underpower) characteristics, or both, in addition to being directional. VOLTAGE-DIRECTIONAL RELAYS Voltage-directional relays are the same as current-directional relays except for the number of turns and the resistance of the armature coil, and possibly except for the polarizing source.

3. Inverse-time curves. The time curves of Fig. 3 can be used to estimate not only how long it will take the relay to close its contacts at a given multiple of pickup and for any time adjustment but also how far the relay disc will travel toward the contact-closed position within any time interval. For example, assume that the No. 5 time-dial adjustment is used, and that the multiple of pickup is 3. 45 seconds to close its contacts. 45 seconds, the relay would close its contacts if the No. 3 time-dial adjustment were used.

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