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The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Joints in Belts
Belt-joints for electric plants where the belts drive dynamos should be made with special care. The least inequality affects the electro-motive force. Butt joints are, generally speaking, the best, where the ends of the belt are placed in contact and laced. Lap-joints are made by overlapping the belt, and unless the belt is carefully tapered so as to preserve uniform strength, the speed of the dynamo will vary and also the electromotive force.
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