[Beowulf] on powering off and its character

Peter St. John peter.st.john at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 14:00:36 PDT 2014

There are EE professionals on this list, and I"m certainly not one of them
(little tiny billiard balls in narrow pipes?) but I just want to say that
it can be worthwhile googling even after someone else gives up, because the
second pair of eyes can stumble on a better keyword or other regexp.
So I came up with
which at least is on the topic, but not for the equipment you probably have
in mind.

On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 2:19 PM, H. Vidal, Jr. <hvidal at tesseract-tech.com>

> All,
>  Just curious if anyone here among those well-informed about the nature
> of electrical power might know about documented or canonical analysis
> of AC power as it's being turned off......
>  That is, is there existing and/or standard analysis or characterization of
> typical AC power as power is removed? Does it ring, or spike, or otherwise
> modulate in understood or at least studied ways?
>  Will google it as well, one of our engineers tried GIYF but came up short.
> Thanks.
> H. Vidal, Jr.
> Tesseract Technology
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