Analysis of Theoretical and Experimental Studies of the Huber Effect
The history of theoretical and experimental researches of a physical phenomenon that emerges in moving wheel or bearing pairs, when an electric current flows through the contacts between the wheels or balls and their guides (the Huber effect) has been reviewed.
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