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Søren Absalon Larsen (April 5, 1871 – January 2, 1957) was a Danish physicist who worked in the field of electroacoustics and is best known for giving his name to the Larsen effect. Absalon Larsen was originally MSc. Philosophy and taught theology, then he began to study physics. He subsequently joined to assist Professor Prytz in the organization of a new exercise course in electronics for mechanical engineers. He was employed at the Polytechnic college, first as a lecturer, later as a professor of electrical engineering. From 1937 he was chairman of the electrical engineering group under the .

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  • Søren Absalon Larsen ( (en) (Danemark), 5 avril 1871 - Gentofte (Danemark), 2 janvier 1957) est un physicien danois plus particulièrement connu pour avoir expliquĂ© le phĂ©nomène acoustique appelĂ© effet Larsen.
  • Søren Absalon Larsen (April 5, 1871 – January 2, 1957) was a Danish physicist who worked in the field of electroacoustics and is best known for giving his name to the Larsen effect. Absalon Larsen was originally MSc. Philosophy and taught theology, then he began to study physics. He subsequently joined to assist Professor Prytz in the organization of a new exercise course in electronics for mechanical engineers. He was employed at the Polytechnic college, first as a lecturer, later as a professor of electrical engineering. From 1937 he was chairman of the electrical engineering group under the .
  • Søren Absalon Larsen, född 5 april 1871 i Ă…bylund, Nørre Ă…by, död 2 januari 1957 i Gentofte, var en dansk elektrofysiker. Larsen blev student 1890, blev cand.phil. 1891 och undervisade i teologi, men övergick därefter till naturvetenskapen. Han tog skolämbetsexamen i fysik 1896, blev samma ĂĄr assistent hos Kristian Prytz vid Polyteknisk læreanstalt och tilldelades 1898 Köpenhamns universitets guldmedalj för en avhandling om amalgamers elektriska ledningsförmĂĄga. Ă…r 1903 blev han docent i elektroteknik vid Polyteknisk læreanstalt och var 1906–41 professor där. FrĂĄn 1937 var han ordförande för den elektrotekniska gruppen under .
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  • Søren Absalon Larsen ( (en) (Danemark), 5 avril 1871 - Gentofte (Danemark), 2 janvier 1957) est un physicien danois plus particulièrement connu pour avoir expliquĂ© le phĂ©nomène acoustique appelĂ© effet Larsen.
  • Søren Absalon Larsen (April 5, 1871 – January 2, 1957) was a Danish physicist who worked in the field of electroacoustics and is best known for giving his name to the Larsen effect. Absalon Larsen was originally MSc. Philosophy and taught theology, then he began to study physics. He subsequently joined to assist Professor Prytz in the organization of a new exercise course in electronics for mechanical engineers. He was employed at the Polytechnic college, first as a lecturer, later as a professor of electrical engineering. From 1937 he was chairman of the electrical engineering group under the . More biographical detail exists in the Dansk Biografisk Leksikon and the Nordisk Familjebok, in Danish.
  • Søren Absalon Larsen, född 5 april 1871 i Ă…bylund, Nørre Ă…by, död 2 januari 1957 i Gentofte, var en dansk elektrofysiker. Larsen blev student 1890, blev cand.phil. 1891 och undervisade i teologi, men övergick därefter till naturvetenskapen. Han tog skolämbetsexamen i fysik 1896, blev samma ĂĄr assistent hos Kristian Prytz vid Polyteknisk læreanstalt och tilldelades 1898 Köpenhamns universitets guldmedalj för en avhandling om amalgamers elektriska ledningsförmĂĄga. Ă…r 1903 blev han docent i elektroteknik vid Polyteknisk læreanstalt och var 1906–41 professor där. FrĂĄn 1937 var han ordförande för den elektrotekniska gruppen under . Larsen nyorganiserade Polyteknisk læreanstalts elektrotekniska avdelning och gjorde betydelsefulla nya konstruktioner pĂĄ elektroteknikens omrĂĄde (bland annat mätapparater och utrustning för utnyttjande av vindkraften). Han upptäckte även principerna för rundgĂĄngen, vilken även kallas Larseneffekten. Av hans skrifter kan nämnas artikeln Messungen von vagabondierenden Strömen in Gas- und Wasserrohren (1901) och boken Vekselstrøm (tvĂĄ delar, 1923).
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